Chattahoochee Fall Line WMA: Almo Tract

The Almo Tract is a 6,700-acre property part of Chattahoochee Fall Line WMA complex. The Almo Tract offers hunting opportunities for buck, turkey, small game and quail. No ATVs. No horses. Check kiosk daily for prescribed burning schedule and location.

The Chattahoochee Fall Line WMA is made up of 5 management tracts:

The Chattahoochee Fall Line WMA was created through a partnership between the DNR, The Nature Conservancy and the U.S. Army at Fort Benning. Through the Army Compatible Use Buffer program, ecologically significant land near the military installation’s border is protected from development that is incompatible with the installation’s national security mission.

Collectively, these areas form a landscape of priority habitats that have enormous potential for ecological restoration, including expansion of a fire-managed longleaf pine ecosystem beneficial to the red-cockaded woodpecker, gopher tortoise and other imperiled species. Individually, they provide for more public recreation lands for such activities as hunting, hiking, fishing, camping, and wildlife viewing.

Accommodations & Facilities

  • Hiking Trails
  • Primitive Campsites


  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Hunting
  • Primitive Camping
  • Wildlife Viewing

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Nearby Accommodations



From Highway 96 at Geneva: Travel south on Highway 240 approximately 2.75 miles; the check station, kiosk and campground are approximately 200 yards east of Highway 240 on WMA entry road.