Last updated: 10/18/19 at 12:55 p.m. EST
Northwest Georgia (Region 1)
posted 2/25/19 at 12:47 p.m.
A portion of the Shirley Miller Wildflower Trail is closed. Recent rains have caused another landslide resulting in fallen trees and damage to the boardwalk. We realize this is a difficult decision as peak wildflower season is approaching. However, due of safety concerns, and the need to contain people to the boardwalk to protect sensitive vegetation, only a portion of the boardwalk will be open. Areas marked closed should be considered closed to all foot traffic. This also means that the waterfall will be inaccessible from the bottom. At this time we do not have an estimated reopening timeframe.
Northeast Georgia (Region 2)
Boggs Creek Road is open for day-use only.
updated 4/20/19 at 8:20 a.m.
All secondary roads are closed on Wilson Shoals WMA. Foot traffic is welcome.
East Central Georgia (Region 3)
This WMA has access points off of Highway 78/10 between Thomson & Washington. GDOT is widening this road. The access points are still open, but may not be accessible. Hunters are encouraged to scout & locate these points prior to hunting season.
- DOT has closed a USFS bridge on Skull Shoals Road.
- The shooting range is closed. Please contact the U.S. Forest Service at 770-297-3000 for more information.
posted 2/22/19 at 3:22 p.m.
Multiple roads are closed as of Feb. 22, 2019 due to flooding and/or damage by misuse of local off-roading clubs. Gates are closed to affected roads. Currently closed: Powerline Road, Hog Road, Low Swamp Road, Well Road, Buck Flat Road, Blowout Road, Marietta Road, Finch Road, Millers Lake Loop, Table Road, Mimosa Road, Dove Field Road, Hilltop Road, Piney Woods Road, Possum Creek Road and McKinney Road.
Southeast Georgia (Region 6)
posted 8/15/19 at 4:24 p.m.
Circle Road on Big Hammock WMA (Tattnall County) is closed until roads can be repaired.
updated 10/18/19 at 12:55 p.m.
- The federally owned portion of the WMA will be closed Nov. 1–3, 2019 for the Moody Air Show.
- Due to military training needs on the federally owned portion (Highway 221 tract) of Grand Bay WMA, that section will be closed to public access periodically until September 2020.
Coastal Georgia (Region 7)
updated 9/11/19 at 10:59 a.m.
The job of repairing Hurricane Irma damages to the Altamaha Waterfowl Management Area (located on the Altamaha Wildlife Management Area) continues. Waterfowl hunters planning to hunt this area should take note of repairs and conditions to help prevent unwanted surprises and frustrations.
posted 4/23/19 at 8:15 a.m.
The Walton Archery Range is currently undergoing renovations and will be temporarily closed until further notice.
Old River Road Boat Ramp (Floyd County)
posted 10/17/19 at 9:30 a.m.
The Old River Road boat ramp in Rome will be temporarily closed for construction related repairs beginning Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. Boaters and anglers may access the Coosa River from two other locations operated by Floyd County Lock and Dam Facility and Brushy Branch. Any questions may be directed to Jeff Bishop, Boating Access Coordinator (Fisheries) at 706-557-3235.
Bartlett’s Ferry Lake (Harris County)
posted 9/24/19 at 11:18 a.m.
The Idle Hour Boat Ramp is temporarily closed in order to complete repairs on the boat ramp (pouring of concrete). The anticipated re-opening date is Nov. 1, 2019.
Rocky Hammock Landing Boat Ramp
posted 7/19/19 at 12:21 p.m.
The Rocky Hammock Landing Boat Ramp on Flat Tub WMA is closed for construction. Only the ramp and immediate vicinity are affected; the remainder of the WMA will remain open. Alternate accessible boat ramp locations including the Flat Tub Landing (water levels vary and may restrict usage) in Flat Tub WMA, and the Scuffle Bluff Landing across the river in Horse Creek WMA. Another alternate access point is Barr’s Bluff, about 4–5 miles away on the same side of the river.
updated 8/15/19 at 1:22 p.m.
The Uvalda Landing in Montgomery County on the Altamaha River is closed due to GDOT construction to re-align the road/bridge west of current location. Alternate accessible ramps include the Ball’s Ferry Landing (Oconee River just above confluence) in Montgomery County and Town’s Bluff Landing in Jeff Davis County on the Altamaha River. The reopening date is not yet known.
No cautions at this time.
Upcoming Maintenance & Construction (Ramps Open)
(Nov. 2–3, 2019): Not a closure, but an FYI: A 2-day paddle and cleanup (by members and supporters of the Chattahoochee River Keeper) from Georgia Power’s Plant McDonough to Highway 166 Boat Ramp Creek will take place on these days.