KY Fish and Wildlife Game Farm

132 acres in Franklin Co.

A wildlife observation area overlooks this miniature wildlife management area which is frequented by songbirds and waterfowl. There are 2 fishing lakes and live displays of native wildlife which include black bears, buffalos, deer, cougars and various birds. There are picnic tables and 2 pavilions which must be reserved by calling (502) 564-5448. There are scheduled education programs throughout year at the Salato Wildlife Education Center which is open Tuesday-Sunday.

The Game Farm is located 3 mi. W of Frankfort on US 60 and is open year-round, sunrise to sunset.

Owned by and home to central offices of Ky. Dept. Fish and Wildlife Resources, (502) 564-4336. (Office hours M-F, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)

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