Huttonsville State Farm Wildlife Management Area

Huttonsville State Farm Wildlife Management Area is located on 2,720 acres (1,100 ha) southeast of Huttonsville in Randolph County, West Virginia. The wildlife management area is centered around the Huttonsville Correctional Center, a West Virginia state prison.


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