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West Georgia - Bartlett's Ferry Lake Resources Office

1516 Bartletts Ferry Road
Fortson, GA 31808

Phone: 706-322-0228
Fax: 706-317-6048

West Georgia Key Contacts

Ricky Wilborn

Land Management Specialist

Jake Saunders
Land Management Specialist

Jessica Stewart
Support Specialist

Dawson Ingram
Lake Resources Manager

Chris Lynch
Forestry Coordinator

Amenities at each location

Location Directions Campground Playground Picnic Boat Ramps Fishing Swimming Trails Restrooms
Blanton Creek Park View Map Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Chattahoochee Valley Rec. Park* View Map Yes Yes Yes Yes
Cleve Cox Boat Landing View Map Yes Yes
Cromartie Beach Boat Landing View Map Yes Yes
Flint River Access Area* View Map Yes Yes Yes Yes
Goat Rock Marina* View Map Yes Yes Yes Yes
Goat Rock Rec. Area* View Map Yes Yes Yes
Hallawakee Creek Boat Ramp* View Map Yes Yes
Idle Hour Park* View Map Yes Yes Yes
Po-Boy Landing* View Map Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sandy Point Park View Map Yes Yes Yes
Singleton Marina View Map
*A Georgia Power property

Blanton Creek Park

6111 Lickskillet Rd
Hamilton, GA 31811

Phone: 706-643-7737

Blanton Creek Campground

Open Seasonal
Click here for more information


Chehaw Park Campground

105 Chehaw Park Rd
Albany, GA 31701

Phone: 229-430-5275


Buying or leasing property at West Georgia Lakes?

Visit the Buying & Leasing page to download the appropriate application form for your lake region. 

Shoreline Management

 The proper management of shoreline development must balance the interests of a number of stakeholders and is vital to the life of the lake.

Bartlett's Ferry Circa 1930

Bartlett's Ferry Dam Circa 1930

When Georgia Power began upgrading the spillway gate system at Bartletts Ferry Dam in 2018, it was determined that the original gantry cranes, which had been in place since the dam’s completion in 1925, would have to be replaced. This initiated consultation with the Georgia and Alabama State Historic Preservation Officers (SHPO), as well as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Since the cranes could not be preserved in place, extensive archival documentation in the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) was conducted prior to their removal.

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