Drawing the border between Kentucky and Virginia, Stone Mountain is home to Cranks Creek Wildlife Management Area and Stone Mountain Wildlife Management Area and State Natural Area. Mountainous, extremely steep terrain with long, deep hollows, heavily forested, primarily in hardwoods. No camping. Includes the unique wagon road, a hand-built road and tunnel that allowed those living on the Cranks Creek side of Stone Mountain access the railroad line on the Virginia side.
The area is open under statewide regulations for small game, turkey, and deer seasons. Purchased with Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation funds and is jointly owned and managed by the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources and the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission.
Elevation minimum 1683 feet, maximum 2933 feet.
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Cranks Creek and Stone Mountain PDF Map
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Owned by the
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife
Official Web Site
Co-managed by the
Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission
*Information on this page provided by KDFW and KNSPC