Cliffords Taxidermy is roughly a 30 minute drive (30 miles) from Honey Hill State Forest which located southwest of the Cherry Valley State Forest. Honey Hill State Forest has 1,017 acres of state land for hunting and trapping. The forest features a mix of planted and natural forest types. There are many trails for hunters and trapper within Honey Hill State Forest, but are unmarked and unmaintained so caution should be used.
There are no primitive camping sites within Honey Hill Forest, however at-large primitive hunting camps are allowed. All deer and trapping camps must be at least 150 feet away from the nearest road, trail, logging road, or body of water. Camping for more than three nights or in groups of ten or more requires a permit from the local Forest Ranger.
The main entrance to Honey Hill is located off of RT 166 onto Honey Hill Road to Wes Brown Road.
Below is a user interface map of Honey Hill
- honey Hill state forest