The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Tea Creek Wildlife Management Area
Tea Creek WMA (67,919 acres) Pocahontas, Randolph and Webster counties. Access is primarily by U.S. Route 219. Northern hardwood forests cover the mountainous terrain where hunting for bear, deer, turkey, snowshoe hare in higher elevations, squirrel and grouse can be quite productive. Accommodations are provided for the Class Q hunter. Greenbrier, Williams, Elk and Gauley rivers provide trout and warmwater fishing. The Greenbrier River is well suited for float trip or wade fishing for smallmouth bass or rock bass. Approximately 70 miles of native trout streams are available. Camping areas are located at Day Run and Tea Creek campgrounds. Owned by U.S. Forest Service.