Located 2 miles north of Lumber City, Alligator Creek WMA encompasses 3,086 acres and lies near the confluence of the Little Ocmulgee River and Alligator Creek. This area includes deep sandy soils that originated as ancient wind-blown sand dunes. Historically, places like these supported habitat for many diverse plants and animals that have become rare or endangered throughout the southeast, like longleaf pine, red-cockaded woodpecker, gopher tortoise, gopher frog, indigo snake, and pine snake. In addition to protecting gopher tortoises, this area will provide good deer, turkey and small game hunting opportunities. No camping allowed on the property.
- Geocaching — not allowed before 10 a.m. during turkey season
- Wildlife Viewing