The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Morris Creek Wildlife Management Area
Morris Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) (9,874 acres): Located near Clendenin, primary access is from county Route 67 along Morris Creek, or county route 65 in Leatherwood Creek. The area is steep and predominantly forested with hunting opportunities for deer, squirrel, turkey and bear. In addition, more than one mile of Elk River frontage is a feature of this area. Stream access to Elk River is available in the vicinity. Boat ramps are located at Queen Shoals and the Clendenin Water Plant. Camping is not permitted. Owned by the Bruce B. Cameron Foundation, Inc. and the B.B. and Louise W. Cameron Charitable Trust. Leased and managed by WVDNR. For maps and information, contact Wildlife Resources, Box 38, French Creek, WV 26218 or phone (304) 924-6211.