729 acre WMA, hunting and some fishing opportunities, borders Pennyrile State Forest, unique geological formations, some terrain rugged and steep
This western Kentucky Wildlife Management Area lies to the north of Pennyrile State Forest. It totals over 700 acres and hunters travel to it each year in search of a variety of game. There is some challenging terrain as well as a forested bottomland. Caves and cliff overhangs can be found throughout the property as well as other unique geological features. Fishing can be good at times in the Tradewater River.