In the upper vale of the Meadow River, the 2,385-acre Meadow River Wildlife Management Area (WMA) ranges across wetlands and bottoms along the river and its tributaries and climbs gentle slopes into the surrounding Allegheny foothills. Game traditionally hunted in the management area includes deer, grouse, squirrel, raccoon, turkey, woodcock, and waterfowl. Camping is not prohibited in the management area.
Directions: The Meadow River Wildlife Management area is located in western Greenbrier County five miles south of Rupert and 15 miles northwest of Lewisburg. The area is accessible from exits on expressway I-64 at Dawson, WV, or Sam Black Church, WV. Larger tracts are accessible off highway US-60 on Tommy Hall Road (CR-60/18) near Rupert.
The Meadow River WMA is managed by the W.Va. Division of Natural Resources. It was formerly known as the Meadow River Public Hunting & Fishing Area.
Hotels near the Meadow River WMA
Further information on lodging, dining, and recreation near the Meadow River Wildlife Management Area may be found in our guide to travel in the Greenbrier Valley Region in southeastern West Virginia, in which the management area is located.