Anglers enjoy fishing, including for trophy bass, in lakes all over Georgia. Trout is another favorite game fish, and you’ll find Georgia’s mountain streams enjoyed by fishermen throwing out hand-tied flies to fill a creel. Or search for that deepwater trophy fish out of marinas on Georgia’s coast.
Explore Gainesville’s Upper Lanier Water Trail by Kayak! Five lake parks within Gainesville serve as the perfect launch, landing or stopover site for avid or beginning paddlers. This 14 mile section of Lake Lanier is a continuation of the Upper Chattahoochee River Water Trail.
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Recreational area with 32 RV sites: 30-amp electric hook-ups, water, fire ring, picnic table, deck and dump station; 25 primitive camping sites with restrooms and showers; lake, swimming and beach area, playgrounds, picnic pavilion, boat launch, john boat rentals, and a 1.5 mile nature trail. Pet friendly.
Spectacular scenery, hiking trails, and a variety of adventure activities such as zip lines, 3-D archery, climbing wall and more make this one of Georgia's most popular state parks. The icing on the cake is the 729-foot Amicalola Falls, the tallest cascade in the Southeast
Big Hart Campground is located at the confluence of Big Creek and Hart Creek on the western end of beautiful J. Strom Thurmond Lake, the largest Corps of Engineers lake project east of the Mississippi River. This campground has 31 water/electric hookups (50-amp) all spacious and shaded.
New Echota is one of the most significant Cherokee Indian sites in the nation and was where the tragic 'Trail of Tears' officially began. Visitors can see 12 original and reconstructed buildings. Nature trails leads visitors to New Town Creek and a small beaver pond.
Brannen Outfitters is a premier outdoor outfitter serving the Southeast. We offer a large selection of guns, bows, and accessories. Come check out our new indoor archery range. We are also the Southeast's largest kayak dealer. We having hunting and fishing supplies, as well as high end clothing for your everyday needs.
Dallas Landing Parkisan82acreparkoffof Main Street. Dallas Landingoverlooks Lake Allatoona. Theparkcontainsabeach,grouppavilion,picnictables,grills,volleyballcourt,horseshoepit,andpublicrestrooms. Thegrouppavilionisavailableforrental. Dallas Landingisopenmid Apriltomid September.$5.00parkingfeeeveryday.
Go fishing at beautiful Lake Lanier with Bill Vanderford, former competitive fisher. In 1993, Bill was inducted into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame as a 'Legendary Guide.'Take your large or small groups on a 1/2-day or full-day trip. Bill also conducts educational wildlife tours along Lake Lanier.
178 acres. Football/multi-purpose field with lighted walking track, dog park area, gym, pavilion, playground, fishing lake, six baseball/softball fields, 18-hole disc golf course (rules, scorecards and discs--rent/sale--at gym), outdoor leisure play pool, 1.5-mile paved multi-purpose trail, grill, restrooms.
890 acres. 5 miles of paved multi-purpose and soft-surface trails for equestrian and hiking. Fence Rd. entrance: pavilions, playground, lake, overlook area at one of the highest elevations in Gwinnett, restrooms, grill. Hog Mountain Rd. entrance: fishing lake, Karina Miller Nature Preserve, restrooms. Mineral Springs Rd. entrance: equestrian trails
Logan Farm Park includes a nature trail that connects to Cowan Road, Terrace Drive, Cherokee Street, School Street, and Mc Clain Circle; a lighted 1/3-mile walking track around a multipurpose recreational field; a half-acre fishing pond; playground; and restrooms. Park hours are 7 a.m.-11 p.m. This park is home to the Parks and Recreation Offices.
The mountain is similar to both Stone Mountain and Heritage Area sister, Arabia Mountain but unlike either, it has never been quarried. Today, the park has expanded to more than 1,600 acres and includes lakes, a former golf course now returned to nature and early settler homesteads.
162 acres. Community recreation center, community room with catering kitchen, classrooms, dance/aerobics room, fishing lake, pavilions, playground, 7 baseball/softball fields, football field overlay, outdoor leisure play pool, double gym, tennis center with 8 lighted courts, outdoor basketball court, outdoor horseshoe court, 1.9-mile paved trail.
Experience Georgia's #1 campground - as rated by Woodall's,locatedintheheartofstate's most popular attraction. We have 431 campsites - 202 with full hook-ups (water/electric/sewer) for R Vs; 191 partial hook-ups (water/electric) for tents, pop-ups and R Vs; plus 56 primitive tent sites.
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Bull River Cruises specializes in group tours exploring the natural beauty and history of Coastal Georgia. From the Barrier Islands to the black water inland rivers, the Island Explorer - a 42-passenger excursion vessel - and the Island Express - 2-20-passenger vessel - provides a unique experience, not soon forgotten.
The Coastal marshes of St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island and Brunswick offer world class inshore fishing year round. Coastal Georgia Inshore Charters can tailor your experience to fit your needs, whether it is targeting specific species (seasonally), artificial lure fishing, live bait fishing or fly fishing.
Our 20 acre park is on both sides of Mineral Springs Creek and adjoins the Historic Mineral Springs. 5 acres on one side of the creek are for RV camping with 26 full hookup sites. On the other side, are 3 acres of RV sites with 12 full hookups. Tent camping, gold panning available.
Operated by Carroll County, John Tanner Park is best known for its large sand swimming beach. It is a recreational haven for water lovers looking for boating and fishing, and for land-lovers who want to camp, picnic, play mini-golf, volleyball or horseshoes, or hike the nature trail.
Noontootla Creek Farms is open to the public with over two miles of quality trout water and excellent quail hunting. We are open year around with the best hunting and fishing taking place from the Fall through Spring of the following year. An on-site farmhouse is available for rental.
The Seventy-four Ranch is the most unique bed and breakfast in North Georgia featuring the Old West ranch experience in wide open spaces to enjoy, with genuine cowboys, trail rides, cookouts, campfires, boating, fishing, cattle, baby animals and much more in an authentic historic setting filled with beautiful antiques.
Silver Shoe Ranch is a quail hunting preserve in southern Whitfield County extending into northern Gordon County. Our fast-flying birds, great bird dogs, and courteous professional guides make for a great wing shooting experience for the seasoned quail hunter as well as the first timer.
All 10 RV sites are easily accessed via double wide entrance and exits ramps. Camp in large level sites, 30 or 50 amp, full hook-up and free WI-FI. RV Park has level, pull-thru sites that are Big Rig Friendly. Other amenities include water, and dumping for campers. Catch-out pond fishing is within walking distance of the RV Park.
Boggs Creek Recreation Area provides excellent hiking, picnicking, fishing, wildlife and bird-watching, sunrise to sunset, seven days per week. A day-use parking area allows visitors walk-in access past mile 1.1 of Boggs Creek Road, beyond which motorized access is restricted.
Swimming, boating, water skiing and fishing on Lake Hartwell are prime reasons to visit Hart Outdoor Recreation Area in northeast Georgia. The park's boat ramps and docks offer easy access to all water sports. Visitors can also enjoy hiking/biking trails and a children's playground.
Habersham, home to both the Chattahoochee and Soque Rivers, boasts the best fishing east of the Mississippi. The 30-mile Soque starts and ends in Habersham County, feeding into the Chattahoochee. The Soque is a favorite among fly fishermen. It is not uncommon for anglers to catch a 30+ inch trout.