Little Indian Creek WMA – Monongalia County

Farmington, WV

1,036 acres. Terrain: gently rolling to moderately steep slopes ranging in elevation from 900 feet to 1,330 feet. Primarily covered with mixed hardwood forests and open fields. Little Indian Creek WMA exhibits diverse habitats, including reclaimed mine areas, oak-hickory ridge tops, ponds and wetlands. These support many types of wildlife associated with recreational opportunities such as wildlife watching, hunting, fishing and trapping. Hunting prospects: deer, grouse, squirrel, and turkey.

Accommodations and facilities: camping is not permitted.
Location: Monongalia County off of state Route 19 near Arnettsville. Access via County Routes 34 and 45/1.

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