The Standing Boy Creek WMA is located in Muscogee County just north of the City of Columbus. This 1,580-acre property lies on the shore of Lake Oliver and offers excellent opportunity for hunting, hiking and wildlife viewing. The property is mostly wooded and has good populations of white-tailed deer, turkey, waterfowl and other small game along with youth dove hunts.
Sandhills Wildlife Management Area is located in Taylor County on the north side of GA Highway 96 and about 2.5 miles west of the square in Butler. This 1,576-acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey and small game. No camping is allowed.
Rum Creek: Berry Creek Area is in Monroe County adjacent to Rum Creek WMA. Berry Creek Area is a 161-acre archery-only tract. This property is owned by Georgia Power Company and leased free of charge to Georgia DNR. Berry Creek provides hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, and small game. Falconry is permitted during small game season.
Located in Walton County, this hatchery provides stock for waters all across Georgia.
The Walton Fish Hatchery recently completed a major renovation that includes all new infrastructure. Learn more about the renovation and the first walleye produced since renovation.
From I-20: Take exit number 101. Turn east on U.S. Highway 278/GA 12. Travel approximately 2 miles, hatchery is on the left.