Tradewater Wildlife Management Area (WMA)

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Hiking and birding trail with unique rock overhangs, bluffs, and small caves. Primitive camping only. 729 acres immediately south of Dawson Springs on Kentucky 109 at the Hopkins-Christian County line.

Tradewater WMA consists of steep, hilly terrain, some steep bluffs, and is almost completely forested. Deer, squirrel, and raccoon are found here. A good place for hiking and bird-watching, the area has several unique rock overhangs, bluffs, and small caves. No camping is allowed.

1 mi. S of Dawson Springs on KY 109; access points on both sides of road mi. mi. S of Tradewater River bridge. Joins Pennyrile Forest. Owned by Ky. Dept. Fish and Wildlife Resources.

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