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Crockford-Pigeon Mountain Wildlife Management Area

Located in Walker County, near Rock Springs, Georgia this state Wildlife Management Area is open to large and small game hunting, including deer, wild (feral) hog, bear and turkey.

wild turkeys

Pigeon Mountain is a geological finger jutting northeast from the Lookout Mountain escarpment. The tabletop contains sinkholes, rock formations, meadows and forest, as well as rocky gorges the cut the sides of the mountain.

There are several backcountry campgrounds that are open to hunters, climbers, equestrians, mountain bikers and backpackers.

For more informaton, visit Georgia Department of Wildlife Resources' interactive hunters guide.

Activity type
Licensed hunters only: shotgun, muzzleloader, rifle, handgun, archery equipment, dogs

Hunters are NOT required to purchase a Georgia Outdoor Recreational Pass (GORP)

Downloadable Trail Map 
Topo Map

Related Activities
Mountain biking, day hiking, backpacking, geocaching, horseback riding, caving, rock climbing

Distance from Outdoor Chattanooga
44 miles | 1 hour, 18 minutes

GPS Coordinates (Sawmill Lake Campground)
34.631160, -85.412277

Google Map to Sawmill Lake Campground

Activity types
Family, leisure, some challenging terrain

Rest Rooms
No rest rooms

Dates | Hours
Dawn to Dusk

Contact Information
Georgia Wildlife Resources Agency (Region 1)
2592 Floyd Springs Rd.
Armuchee, GA 30105
Game Management (Armuchee)
706-295-6041
Law Enforcement (Calhoun)
706-624-1367
Law Enforcement (Atlanta)
770-769-9680

Georgia Department of Natural Resources

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