Lake Cumberland Wildlife Management Area
The Lake Cumberland Wildlife Management Area consists of the shoreline surrounding Lake Cumberland. Fishing in Poynter, Clifty, and Coldwater creeks, 10 miles west of Somerset on KY 80, then 7 miles on Piney Grove RD. Caney Fork Creek, 8 miles northeast of Jamestown on KY 619. There are many other access points, roads and trails around Lake Cumberland.
The Lake Cumberland Wildlife Management Area offers gently sloping creek bottoms to steep ridges, hardwood forests, old farmlands, wildlife plantings. Fishing and hiking. Opportunities for hunting, fishing, boating, and birding on the lake.
Mobility impaired access to permit holders in designated area. For camping, check with owner. Camping facilities and horseback riding trails available at Lake Cumberland State Resort Park. Lake Cumberland State Resort Park and General Burnside State Park are nearby.