The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Little River Wildlife Management Area
Little River Wildlife Management Area (WMA) (124,483 acres). Access the area from U.S. Route 250 as well as state Route 28 and 92. Northern hardwoods cover the mountainous terrain with oak-hickory and black cherry. White pine and red pine are also present. Good hunting exists for turkey, bear, deer, squirrel, grouse, woodcock and snowshoe hare in higher elevations. Trapping for beaver, fox, raccoon and bobcat is popular and productive. Buffalo Lake, 21 acres, provides good trout fishing. Fishing for warmwater species and trout is possible in 353 miles of streams. Camping is available at Island Creek, Abe Run, Frank Mountain, Little River West, Snorting Lick and West Fork of the Greenbrier River. Owned by U.S. Forest Service.
Locaton: Pocahontas County