A small section of the Stumptown WMA is in Calhoun County. The only trail located in the county, on DNR's map is a gravel road. The WMA is large and expands significantly into Gilmer County.
Location: Calhoun and Gilmer counties
Contact: Jeff McCrady
2311 Ohio Avenue
We found no signage to the WMA in Calhoun county.
North of U.S. Route 33 at Stumptown on Lower Run. Access from Route 33 is by county Route 39 at Lockney and county Route 46 at Normantown. From county Route 7 northwest of Stumptown the area is accessible via county Routes 7/9 at Wolf Run and 7/10 at Mikes Run.
Size: 1,675 acres
Terrain: hilly and wooded with oak-hickory and oak-pine forest Hunting Prospects: deer, grouse, raccoon, squirrel, turkey
Fishing Opportunities Lower Run watershed: intermittent streams Middle Run watershed: intermittent streams Game Fish: limited prospects
Accommodations and Facilities On the WMA: Camping is not permitted.
DNR has a great map of the WMA in the Parkersburg office
This information has been verified.