(GREENE CO.) – Earlier this year, the Indiana Department of Transportation transferred a 455-acre property to the Division of Fish & Wildlife.
This new addition to Indiana public lands is known as Morgan Bluff Wildlife Management Area. Located in southwestern Greene County, the unique property borders the West Fork White River with bottomland hardwoods, wooded wetlands, and an oxbow lake.
The area is now open for public use; all standard regulations for Fish & Wildlife properties apply. Access to the area crosses private land; be sure to drive only on the gravel access lane and park in the designated parking lot.
Morgan Bluff Wildlife Management Area is managed by Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area (FWA). A property map can be found here. Questions related to the property can be directed to Goose Pond FWA’s office.