wma

Treat Mountain VPA

Treat Mountain VPA is a 5,087-acre property located between Cedartown and Tallapoosa. Opportunities include hunting for deer, turkey and small game. See regulations for details. No ATVs or camping allowed. Hunters utilizing this area for deer or turkey hunting should be sure to check their game using Georgia Game Check and select Public Land option, Polk County, and then Treat Mountain VPA.

Tallapoosa River VPA

Tallapoosa River VPA is a 3,053-acre property located between Cedartown and Buchanan. Hunting opportunities include deer, turkey (for youth only) and small game. See regulations for details. No ATVs or camping allowed. Hunters utilizing this area for deer or turkey hunting should be sure to check their game using Georgia Game Check and select Public Land option, Polk County, and then Tallapoosa River VPA.

Scotland Road VPA

Scotland Road VPA is a 199-acre area first leased in 2020 that provides deer, small game and turkey opportunities. There is no coyote or hog seasons on this property. Hunters utilizing this area for deer or turkey hunting should be sure to check their game using Georgia Game Check and select Public Land option, Laurens County, and then Scotland Road VPA.

Cedar Grove VPA

Cedar Grove VPA is a 294-acre area first leased in 2020 that provides deer, small game and turkey opportunities. There is no coyote or hog seasons on this property. Hunters utilizing this area for deer or turkey hunting should be sure to check their game using Georgia Game Check and select Public Land option, Laurens County, and then Cedar Grove VPA.

Ceylon WMA

The Ceylon Wildlife Management Area is located in Camden County. This 27,000-acre property offers hunting for deer, turkey, small game and waterfowl. More info about recent acquisitions to the Ceylon WMA property found HERE. The entrance to the WMA is approximately one mile east of Exit 14 off of I-95.

Canoochee Sandhills WMA

Canoochee Sandhills WMA is located in Bulloch and Bryan Counties near Groveland, GA. This 6,324-acre WMA consists of a mix of sandhill, flatwoods, bay swamp, and floodplain forests that border Lotts Creek. Many of the sandy uplands on the area are remnants of ancient wind-blown river dune formations and provide important habitat for gopher tortoises and other animal and plant species considered high priorities for conservation.