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Harlan Center

Convention and Tourist Information Center
201 South Main Street, Harlan
Begley Wildlife Management Area

Hunting permitted Wildlife watching.

Reclaimed surface mined and forested land. Large population of elk. Active surface mine sites, deep mines and the coal washing facility are off limits to the public.

Cranks Creek & Stone Mountain Wildlife Management Areas

Hunting permitted Hiking permitted (undeveloped trails)

Mountainous, extremely steep terrain with long, deep hollows, heavily forested, primarily in hardwoods. Includes the unique wagon road tunnel at the top of Stone Mountain. Owned by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

Hensley-Pine Wildlife Management Area


Mountainous and steep, with narrow ridges and numerous rock outcroppings, entirely forested in mixed hardwoods. Sightseeing and hiking on Little Shepherd Trail.

Martins Fork Wildlife Management Area

Hunting Hiking Fishing

Martins Fork Wildlife Management Area and State Natural Area protects Martins Fork, a scenic high-quality mountain stream that originates in the higher elevations of Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in Bell County, Kentucky.

Shillalah Creek Wildlife Management Area

Hunting Fishing

Mature forest, extremely rugged, steep terrain and many high cliffs. Fishing opportunities for brook trout.

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Harlan County Outdoor Recreation Board Authority - (606) 837-3205 - info@harlancountytrails.com
Harlan Tourist & Convention Commission- (606) 573-4495 - harlancenter@harlanonline.net
Cumberland Tourist & Convention Commission - (606) 589-5812 - ctourism@windstream.net

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