6,775 acres, two tracts located near Ohio River and Meade County line, Town Creek tract near Addison, steep & sloping hardwood forest and flat river bottom land, waterfowl refuge on northern portion, access to the Ohio River, ponds stocked with fish, 2 hiking trails totaling 4.8 miles, 25 mile horseback trail, 20 stop archery trail
The Yellowbank Wildlife Management Area is over 6,000 acres and full of recreational opportunities. There are opportunities for hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, archery and great wildlife viewing. The main tract of the WMA is located on the Breckenridge County line & the Ohio River and the Town Creek tract is located farther to the west. Access to the Ohio River is available for hunters and anglers, and there is a good amount of trail mileage for both equestrians and hikers. A wide diversity of wildlife, wild flowers and habitat make it a top destination for nature enthusiasts.