Central Kentucky Wildlife Management Area Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Fields and wooded areas full of birds, small game, and flowering plants are the attractions of this do-it-yourself hiking area.There are no established trails; you compose your own route on mowed paths and horse tracks. Fall is the best time to hike this 1,690-acre state wildlife area. The grasses and stalks that cover the fields are golden brown, and the trees that line them are rich in oranges and yellows.
Bugs are one reason you don’t want to come in the heat of summer, and another is that there are no mowed swaths through the fields, so hiking is difficult. The mowing, which starts in late August, produces a labyrinth that lets you go just about anywhere in the wildlife area you want."