Morris Creek Wildlife Management Area
|Morris Creek Wildlife Management Area|
|West Virginia Wildlife Management Area|
American black bear (Ursus americanus) may be found in the Morris Creek WMA
|Elevation||620 ft (189.0 m) |
|Area||9,874 acres (3,995.9 ha) |
|Management||Wildlife Resources Section, WV Division of Natural Resources|
|Owner||Bruce. B. Cameron Foundation and
B.B. and Louise W. Cameron Charitable Trust
|IUCN category||IV - Habitat/Species government Area|
|Nearest town||Clendenin, West Virginia|
Morris Creek Wildlife Management Area, is located near Clendenin, West Virginia in Clay and Kanawha counties. Located on 9,874 acres (3,996 ha) of steeply forested woodlands, the Morris Creek WMA can be accessed from Morris Creek Road north of Clendenin, or from Leatherwood Creek Road south of Clendenin.
Hunting and fishing
The excellent fishing opportunities are available in the Elk River, including bass, catfish, muskellunge, and walleye. Boat ramps are provided north of Clendenin at Queen Shoals and at the Clendenin Water Plant.
- Acme Mapper 2.0, Morris Creek WMA, retrieved December 20, 2008
- "Morris Creek WMA page". West Virginia DNR website. WV Division of Natural Resources. Retrieved December 20, 2008.