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Wildlife Management Areas in Georgia

Sandhills WMA: East

Sandhills Wildlife Management Area is located in Taylor County on the north side of GA 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. 

Keg Creek WMA

Keg Creek Wildlife Management Area is located in Columbia County. This 800 acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer (archery only), turkey and small game. No camping is allowed on the property. 

 

Germany Creek WMA

Germany Creek Wildlife Management Area is located in McDuffie County. This 1,200 acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey and small game. The nearest launch is Raysville Bridge on GA Hwy. 43 approximately 12 miles north of Thomson. No camping is allowed on the property. 

 

Clarks Hill WMA

Clarks Hill Wildlife Management Area is located in McDuffie, Wilkes and Lincoln counties. This 12,700 acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game, dove and waterfowl. Areas west of U.S. Highway 78/GA Highway 17 are open for hunting during statewide seasons only. Camping is only allowed in designated sites.

Soap Creek WMA

Soap Creek Wildlife Management Area is located in Lincoln County. This 1,000 acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, and small game. No camping is allowed on the property. 

 

Paulding Forest WMA

Paulding Forest Wildlife Management Area is located in Paulding and Polk counties. This 25,707 acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, bear, turkey, and small game. Raccoon Creek, one of the southernmost trout fishing opportunities is located on the WMA. Horse and bike trails and areas, except the Silver Comet Trail, are closed all day during firearm deer hunts and before 10:00 a.m. during archery deer and turkey hunts. No ATVs allowed on the property.