Effective at the beginning of this year, it will cost you to visit and enjoy 32 of Georgia’s wildlife resource areas. The Department of Natural Resources will be issuing passes, called a Georgia Outdoor Recreational Pass, for 32 of the 100+ properties managed by the Wildlife Resource Division. Two areas in Walker County are affected: the popular Crawford-Pigeon Mountain WMA (some folks may have heard of Rock Town) and the lesser known Zahnd WMA.
The price of a single pass for an individual is $3.50 and an annual pass is $19. There’s a full list, as well as other pricing and pass exemptions, over at the Department of Natural Resources site as well as a map locating all of the properties affected.
Hat Tip: CatWalkChatt (Walker County Messenger)