These Wildlife Management Areas Are an Outdoorsman's Dream with KYAfield and my724outdoors.com!

These Wildlife Management Areas Are an Outdoorsman’s Dream with KYAfield and my724outdoors.com!

We’ll tell you all about the Cedar Creek Lake and Dix River Wildlife Management Areas and the many outdoor opportunities they offer in this episode of “In the Woods and On the Water”!

Cedar Creek Lake

These Wildlife Management Areas Are an Outdoorsman's Dream with KYAfield and my724outdoors.com!

Cedar Creek Lake WMA surrounds the 792 acre
Cedar Creek Lake. West of Crab Orchard on US 150.
Directions from Stanford – travel east on US 150, 8
miles to the dam. Boat launch ramps are located on
Connector RD off of US 150, east of the dam, Old
US 150, and Cowan RD, off of HWY 1770.
The topography consists of gently sloping hills in a
300-ft buffer zone around the lake. Approximately
half of the acreage is forested and half is in an open
condition. Good to moderate populations of squirrel,
rabbits and songbirds exist on the area. Good to
moderate numbers of waterfowl use the lake during
spring and fall migration.
The area is open under statewide regulations for
small game and waterfowl but is not open to modern
gun deer season. See the Fall Hunting and Trapping
Guide for additional information concerning hunting
seasons.
WMA is owned by the Kentucky Department of Fish
and Wildlife.

Dix River

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From Stanford travel approximately 10 miles east on
US 150; turn left on KY 39 and travel 1.75 miles to
WMA on right; or turn right on KY 3246 (Falls Lick
RD) and travel 2/3 mile to parking area on the right.
Directions from Mount Vernon – travel
approximately 14 miles west on KY150; right on KY
39 for travel 1.75 miles to WMA on right; or turn
right on KY 3246 (Falls Lick RD) and travel 2/3 mile
to parking area on the right.
Dix River WMA is located in east central Lincoln
County and consists of the 400 acres. The topography
consists of flat bottomlands and the majority of the
property is bounded by Dix River and Mud Lick
Creek. Approximately 120 acres are forested and 280
acres are in an open condition. Elevations range from
850 to 880 feet above sea level. Good to moderate
populations of squirrel, rabbits and songbirds exist on
the area.
The area is open under statewide regulations for
small game, turkey, and deer seasons with the
exception of modern gun deer season. See the Fall
Hunting and Trapping Guide for additional
information concerning hunting seasons.
Owned by the Kentucky Department of Fish and
Wildlife.

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