Description: The Site is below the Dam on a terrace. The area is planted annually with species that attract Birds and Butterflies. There is a trail through the area and a shelter and parking in this downstream recreation area; all which can be accessed from State Route 7 at the Grayson Dam Crossing.
Wildlife to Watch: Wildlife to Watch include Deer, Turkey, Raptors (Birds of Prey), Open Country Birds, Song Birds and Butterflies, Fish, Shorebirds, Wading Birds and Ducks.
Ownership: US Army Corp of Engineers
Size: Unknown Closest Town: Grayson, KY
Best Seasons for Wildlife Viewing:
Driving Directions: Driving from I-64 take exit 172 and go south on route 7 (appx 8 miles) until you cross the dam. Take the first right on the other side of the dam and the visitor center is the first left and will be in view.