This 338-acre Wildlife Management Area is in Northwest Georgia (Floyd County). Mostly mature forest (primarily mixed pine hardwood), Arrowhead is known for its lakes and managed waterfowl impoundments. Former fish hatchery ponds are used to provide wetland habitat while the lake provides youth fishing opportunities. The area serves as the Northwest Georgia regional headquarters for Wildlife Resources Division, Game Management Section, a field office for the Fisheries Management Section, and Arrowhead Environmental Education Center.
Accommodations & Facilities
- Education Center
- Hiking Trails
- Nature Trails
- Picnic Shelters
- Picnic Sites
- Geocaching — not allowed during managed hunts or before 10 a.m. during turkey season
- Wildlife Viewing
- Youth Fishing
- Allatoona WMA
- Berry College WMA
- Chief Vann House State Historic Site
- Cloudland Canyon State Park
- Conasauga River WMA
- Coosawattee WMA
- Coosawattee-Carter's Lake WMA
- Crockford Pigeon Mountain WMA
- Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site
- Fort Mountain State Park
- James H. "Sloppy" Floyd State Park
- John's Mountain WMA
- New Echota State Historic Site
- Otting WMA
- Pickett's Mill Battlefield State Historic Site
- Pine Log WMA
- Sheffield WMA
- Red Top Mountain State Park
- Rocky Mountain PFA
- Summerville Trout Hatchery
- Zahnd WMA
All lakes/ponds are open for fishing year-round. Any adult (18 years of age or older) must be accompanied by a child (17 years of age or younger) in order to fish. Maximum of 2 adults per 1 child.
- Bass: daily limit 10. Length limit 12 inches.
- Catfish: daily limit 5. No length limit.
- Sunfish or Bream: daily limit 15. No length limit.
- White Amur (Grass Carp): must be released.