Why Should I Hunt?
- A First Time Hunter’s Story
- Country superstar Luke Bryan talks life lessons learned through hunting: Hunting Teaches Life Lessons (Video)
- It’s Quite Calming (Video)
- To Enjoy the People Around You (Video)
How to Go Hunting
- Quota Hunts: How to Join A Party
- Do You Need Hunter Ed?
- 5 Steps to Finding Land to Hunt in Georgia
- Crossbow Basics and Hunting Safety Tips (Video)
- 5 Ways to Improve Your Turkey Hunt This Season
- 7 Ways to Prep for Turkey Season Now
- Turkey Season Essentials (Video)
- So You Think You Know How to Deer Hunt? 5 Tips That Will Ensure a More Successful Season
- Georgia Rut Breakdown: How to Drop a Bigun this Season
Hunt Local, Eat Local
- Venison Veggie Soup Recipe
- Top 5 Reasons to Eat Local, Old School Style
- Oh Deer! 7 Venison Recipes You’ve Gotta Try
- 5 Dove Recipes You’ll Love
Camping in Georgia
- Skip the drive and a roadside hotel! Gather some friends and enjoy time under the stars close to your new favorite hunting spot. Make your camping reservations today!
- Where can I camp on public land?
Where to Hunt
Use this interactive map to find hunting locations near you.
How to Use this Map
Select from the list of WMAs on the left to view detail information and links to resources. Zoom in closer to a WMA to see detailed features.
Traditional Wildlife Management Area: An area managed by the Division that provides recreational opportunities such as hunting, fishing, bird watching, bike riding, hiking, camping, or other activities. Note: A limited number of leased properties provide the Division management flexibility and may be designated as a Traditional WMA.
Natural Area: An area managed by the Division for the conservation of rare plants or animals or sensitive natural communities. These areas may have restrictions on vehicular access and/or recreational use to protect these resources.
Leased Recreation Area: An area held under a long or short term lease or management agreement to provide public recreational activities such as hunting, fishing, bird watching, bike riding, hiking, camping, or other uses, with limited vehicular access and management. Note: Some Wildlife Management Areas may contain state owned and leased acres. Due to limitations associated with the lease, these WMAs are designated “Leased Recreation Areas”, though parts may be state owned.