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Activities, contact info and locations are listed. Some lakes are public and others are individually owned. Some restrictions apply. Please call them for more info.
Fort Mountain State Park in Murray County
Size: 17 acres Fish: Bass, bream and channel catfish
Lake Facilities: Bank fishing only, camping, picnic tables, restrooms, seasonal swimming during summer, and seasonal canoes and kayaks available
Fee: $5 parking fee Open: All year, 7 am to 10 pm
Restrictions: Non-motorized boats only, no minnows allowed for bait
Fishing is allowed from the bank only. Swimming is allowed from Memorial to Labor Day in designated beach areas.
Contact Information
Owner: Fort Mountain State Park, Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Phone: 706-422-1932 Address: 181 Fort Mountain Park Road Chatsworth, Georgia 30705
Directions: 8 miles east of Chatsworth off GA Hwy 52
James "Sloppy" Floyd State Park Lakes in Chatooga County
Size: Two lakes, 35 acres and 16 acres Fish:The lakes contain largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, channel catfish, and black crappie.
Lake Facilities: Boat ramps, boat rental, picnic tables, restrooms and swing sets. Campsites are available at the park, and boats can be rented. Bank fishing and private boats are allowed, and there are boats ramps on each lake.
Fee: $5 parking fee Open: All year from 7 am until 10 pm
Restrictions: Boats may use electric motors only. Gasoline motors are prohibited. The lakes are open year round from 7 AM until 10 PM. Swimming is not allowed.
Contact Information
Owner: James 'Sloppy' Floyd State Park, Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Phone: 706-857-0826 Address: 2800 Sloppy Floyd Lake Road Summerville, Georgia 30747
Directions: 3 miles south of Summerville on County Road 13 off U.S. Hwy 27
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John Tanner State Park Lakes in Carroll County
Size: Two lakes, 15 and 12 acres Fish: Bass, bream and channel catfish
Lake Facilities: Camping, swimming, rental boats, minature golf. These lakes offer fishing opportunities for boat and bank fishing for bass, sunfish, and channel catfish. Both lakes are accessible year round. The park operates a 78 unit campground with power and water hook-ups. A swimming beach is provided on the 15 acre lake only. Private boats are allowed only on the 8 acre lake; rental boats are available.
Fee: $5 parking fee Open: All year from 7 am until 10 pm
Restrictions: Boats may use electric motors only ** No live minnows **
Contact Information
Owner: John Tanner State Park, Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Phone: 770-830-2222 Address: 354 Tanner Beach Road, Carrollton, Georgia 30117
Directions: 6 miles west of Carrollton off GA Hwy 16
Lake Carroll in Carroll County
Size: 171 acres Fish: Largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, and several species of sunfish bream
Lake Facilities: Concrete boat ramp, limited bank access. Boat access is provided by two concrete ramps and outboard motors are allowed.
Fee: Boat users must purchase annual permit Open: All year during daylight hours
Restrictions: This water supply reservoir is open daily year round to fishermen during daylight hours only. Bank access is available, but limited due to the private ownership of most of the lake's frontage by residents. No fishing fees are required; however, Boat users are required to purchase annual permits ($10 - $70). Picnicking is allowed. Note: swimming and camping are not permitted.
Contact Information
Owner: City of Carrollton Phone: 770-832-1161 Location: Carrollton, Georgia
Directions: Northeast side of Carrollton on GA Hwy 166
Lake Conasauga in Murray County
Size: 17 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish and rainbow trout
Lake Facilities: Boat ramp, picnic tables, restrooms, camping, swimming (all available from April until October)
Fee: Camping and picnic fees
Open: All year, vehicle access from April 14 until the last weekend in October
Restrictions: Boats may use electric motors only. The lake is open all year with car access from April 14 until the last weekend in October. Gasoline motors are prohibited; no rental boats are available. Check with the District Forest Ranger in Chatsworth for more details.
Contact Information
Owner: U.S. Forest Service Phone: 706-695-6736
Address: 401 G I Maddox Road Chatsworth, Georgia 30705
Directions: 11 miles north of GA Hwy 52 on U.S. Forest Service Road 68
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Lake Marvin in Floyd County
Size: 90 acres Fish: The lake contains redear sunfish, bluegill, and largemouth bass.
Lake Facilities: Boat ramp & restrooms. Private boats can be launched from the boat ramp for a fee.
Restrictions: 10 hp motor restriction. Gasoline motors up to 10 hp. may be used. Bank fishing is allowed. Restrooms are available; swimming and camping are prohibited.
Contact Information
Owner:
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Inc
Phone: 706-629-1969
Address: 490 Lake Marvin Road N E Armuchee, Georgia 30105
Directions: 11.5 miles north of Rosedale on County Road 641 off GA Hwy 156
Paris Lake in Floyd County
Size: 52 acres Fish: BChannel catfish, largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, and
crappie are in the lake.
Lake Facilities: Picnic tables and restrooms
Fee: No special fees Open: All year during daylight hours. The lake is open for fishing from dawn to dusk, seven days a week.
Restrictions: Boats may use electric motors only. There is no swimming, and boats must use electric motors only.
Contact Information
Owner: Floyd College Phone: 706-802-5000 Address: P. O. Box 1864 Rome, GA 30162-1864
Directions: 5 miles south of Rome on Booze Mountain Road off U.S. Hwy 27
Rocky Mountain Recreation and Public Fishing Area in Floyd County
Size: 2 lakes, 357 and 202 acres Fish: Bass, bream, channel catfish, crappie, hybrid striped bass
Lake Facilities: Boat ramp, picnic tables, restrooms, camping, swimming, hunting, scenic overlooks, accessible to persons with disabilities
Fee: Parking Permit Open: All year from sunrise to sunset, swimming beach open Memorial Day through Labor Day, campground open from April 1 through October 31 and at other times designated by the area manager.
Restrictions: No horsepower restriction, idle speed only
Contact Information
Owner: Oglethorpe Power Corporation, operated by Georgia DNR Phone: 706-802-5087
Address: 4054 Big Texas Valley Road, N W Rome, Georgia 30165-9751
Directions: 15 miles north of Rome on Big Texas Valley Rd (off U.S. Hwy 27 and Sikes Storey Rd)
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