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Becky Creek Creek Wildlife Management Area
West Virginia Wildlife Management Area
Wild Turkey, Meleagris gallopavo, is found in the Becky Creek WMA
Country  United States
State  West Virginia
County Randolph
Elevation 2,450 ft (746.8 m)
Coordinates 38°37′24″N 79°57′56″W / 38.62333°N 79.96556°W / 38.62333; -79.96556
Area 1,930 acres (781 ha) [1]
Management West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Section
Owner West Virginia Department of Agriculture
For public Hunting, trapping, camping
IUCN category IV - Habitat/Species government Area
Nearest city Huttonsville, West Virginia
Location of Becky Creek Wildlife Management Area in West Virginia
Website: WVDNR District 3 Wildlife Management Areas

Becky Creek Wildlife Management Area is located on 1,930 acres (780 ha)[1] south of Huttonsville in Randolph County, West Virginia. The terrain at Becky Creek is steep, and is covered with second-growth hardwood forest. Camping is permitted in the designated area. Camping is also available at nearby Kumbrabow State Forest.

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Directions

To reach Becky Creek WMA from Huttonsville, follow US 219 south to Becky Creek Road (County Route 43). Turn left on Becky Road and follow it to the wildlife area. The road fords Becky Creek several times, and will be impassable in high water conditions.

Hunting and Trapping

Hunting opportunities include bear, deer, and turkey. Opportunities to trap for fur can include bobcat, fox and raccoon.[1]

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