The McDuffie Archery Range is located on McDuffie Public Fishing Area in McDuffie County.
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Located in Walton County, this hatchery provides stock for waters all across Georgia.
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.
Open daily from 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Buford Hatchery allows visitors to view one-half million trout, both brown and rainbow, being reared to stock into Georgia’s designated trout waters. Located on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in Forsyth County, this hatchery is a fun and informative environment for the whole family. The state property also features the Lincoln Sparrow Nature Trail (open 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.). This birdwatcher-friendly trail is a quarter-mile loop that includes a spur trail to a boardwalk, which leads to a wetland observation deck.
The Walton Archery Range is located on Walton Wildlife Management Area in Walton County.
The Clarks Hill Archery Range is located on Clarks Hill Wildlife Management Area in McDuffie County.
The West Point Shooting Range is located on West Point Wildlife Management Area in Troup County.
West Point Wildlife Management Area is a 8,952-acre property located in Troup County. This WMA offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game, dove and waterfowl. No gasoline outboards allowed on waterfowl impoundments and no fishing on managed waterfowl impoundments.
The Dixie Creek Area is 711 acres with hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game and waterfowl. The Glover's Creek Area is 337 acres open for deer and waterfowl hunting.
Walton Wildlife Management Area is a 200-acre, state-owned complex of scattered crop fields, fallow fields, and wooded areas. The primary focus is dove field management and a variety of crops such as wheat, millet, sunflowers, and grain sorghum, which are annually planted to attract doves and other wildlife. The area also offers archery deer hunting and other small game hunting. Only shotguns may be used for small game hunting.
Sprewell Bluff Wildlife Management Area: West is located in Thomaston. Located west of the Flint River, this WMA offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey and small game. Camping is only allowed in designated areas.