Cut-off Creek Ravines Natural Area

Cut-off Creek Ravines Natural Area, Drew County, located in the Coastal Plain, contains two ravines that flow generally eastward from uplands to the adjacent bottomlands along Cut-off Creek. The ravines are forested with pine-oak forest at their heads and a mixed oak and beech forest near their mouths. The bottomland into which the ravines emerge is forested with willow oak and water oak on higher sites and overcup oak and bald cypress on lower sites. This natural area represents a valuable example of a Coastal Plain forest and of the transition from Coastal Plain to Mississippi Alluvial Plain. The natural area falls within the Cut-off Creek Wildlife Management Area and is co-managed with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

Specific types of hunting are allowed on this natural area. For details, see the current Arkansas Game and Fish Hunting Guidebook. Take all necessary safety precautions when visiting this area.

From Monticello, travel east 14 miles on State Highway 35 to Collins. From Collins travel south on County Road 51 (Collins-Line Road) for 9.3 miles. Turn left onto a gravel road marked by an Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Sign for “Campsite 2.” Travel east 1.2 miles to the boat launch ramp.

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