Martin's Fork Wildlife Management Area and State Natural Area protects Martin's Fork, a scenic high-quality mountain stream that originates in the higher elevations of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in Bell County, Kentucky.
Martin's Fork and its watershed constitute a significant natural resource for Kentucky. Nine plants and three animals listed by the commission as endangered, threatened or special concern are known from the property. The property protects six natural community types and one new state record insect.
Access is by foot traffic only. Hunting is open under statewide regulations for all hunting and trapping seasons. Also open to bear hunting and EHU 6a quota elk hunts.
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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
Kentucky Wild River by the
Kentucky Division of Water
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