Green River WMA

20,500 acres in Taylor Co. and Adair Co.

The Green River WMA surrounds Green River Lake and has a barrier-free blind at the Wildlife Observation Center. The habitat consists of gently rolling terrain with flat bottoms and ridge tops of mixed hardwoods with cleared areas in agricultural crops and wildlife food plots. Deer, quail, rabbit, squirrel, dove, waterfowl, turkey and a variety of nongame species can be found here.

It is located 10 mi. south of Campbellsville. Camping is allowed in designated areas only. For more information call the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources district office at (502)465-5039. Boating, fishing are available at Green River Lake State Park. Owned by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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