DNR Properties Map
View a map of all Wildlife Management Areas, Public Fishing Areas, Hatcheries, Shooting Ranges, State Parks, State Historic Sites and Education Centers in Georgia!
Properties & Facilities Lists
The primary purpose of Wildlife Management Areas is to support wildlife conservation in the state and allow public access to hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreational activities. Visit each WMA page for accommodations, activities, contact information and access fees.
Public Fishing Areas are great places for family outings. Currently, there are 10 PFAs located around the state. You can fish from the bank or a boat, picnic, hike, watch wildlife, and enjoy being outdoors. Visit each PFA page for accommodations, activities, contact information and access fees.
There are nine hatcheries throughout the state. These facilities are where WRD produces millions of sport fish that we stock across the state in order to support anglers in Georgia.
Public archery and firearm ranges are open throughout the state for all target shooters. Visit each range page for facilities, contact information and access fees.
Georgia has over 140 public boat ramps around the state. Use the map to find boat ramps in your area!
WRD partners with other agencies, school systems and organizations in operating seven regional education centers throughout the state. Environmental educators at the centers teach a variety of subjects related to natural resources conservation and recreation. Field trips, outreach programs and family recreational opportunities abound.
View required licenses and passes to enter each property.
View all closed WMA roads, shooting ranges and boat ramps.
Find event and volunteer opportunities near you!
This page has a link to a downloadable KMZ file intended for use with Google Earth and a clickable map below that both show approximate boundaries for lands managed by DNR.
Outside Property Information
View Boat Ramps that are not owned by DNR and ramp related information.
Find out where and how to hunt on privately owned land, which can be attained via general hunting permission, formal lease contracts, or by joining a preexisting hunting club.