Visit for fishing, hunting, camping, bird-watching, picnics and horse-back riding.
Coopers Creek Wildlife Management Area is one of Georgia's larger wildlife management areas. It spans over 30,000 acres. This WMA is located in the extreme northeast corner of Georgia and nearly borders North Carolina. It lies within the Chattahoochee National Forest. There are numerous outdoor activities within the wildlife management area. These include bicycling, camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking and hunting. A variety of hunting is available including deer, turkey, bear, small game and furbearers.
The trails in this wildlife management area offer nearly 8 miles of easy to moderate hiking. The trails follow old logging trails and new footpaths through a variety of hardwood, mixed pine and hardwood, and white pine and hemlock forests and through a variety of conditions, from old stands of large trees to a tract recovering from fire.