What Should I Know?
Amenities: Restrooms but no water, picnic tables, a quarter-mile interpretive nature trail, viewing deck and bench, boat ramp for launching boats on Lake Oconee, parking area for vehicles and trailers.
Operating Hours: Open year-long from sunrise to sunset
Fees: Boat launch and wildlife viewing facilities: $3/vehicle/day. A Georgia fishing license and valid boat registration are required.
Reservations: Reservations are not required.
Think Safety: Although this area is part of a state Wildlife Management Area, no hunting is allowed. When leaving your vehicle unattended, hide all valuable from view and secure your vehicle. Always tell someone your plans, where you are going and when you expect to return. Do not attempt to approach wildlife, and please pack out all trash.
Accessibility: A wide, flat, unpaved quarter-mile interpretive nature trail leads from the parking area to the viewing platform, and is accessible to people with disabilities. Restroom facilities are also fully accessible.
Location: Exit off I-20 at Greensboro GA, take U.S. 278 west for eight miles. Turn right onto Greshamville Rd. Turn right onto Copeland Rd. Travel approximately 2.5 miles and turn right onto a dirt road through a pasture to the Dyar Pasture Waterfowl Conservation Area.