Jenkins Ferry Access Area in Stephens County, GA (31 Acres) (no map provided)
Hunting for deer and turkey will be permitted during their respective seasons set by the states, and will be restricted Archery Equipment Only. Firearms are prohibited during deer and turkey season.
No permanent stands can be constructed on Corps of Engineers property. Climbing stands, lock-on stands, ladder stands & ground blinds can be used, but must be removed on the last day of deer and turkey season.
Small game hunting is allowed in all areas listed above, but only after the deer season is completed. Hunting during small game season will be permitted with shotgun only using #4 shot or smaller.
Feral Hog hunting is allowed on Hartwell Project lands all year. A special permit must be requested to hunt hogs outside the regular deer and turkey seasons. The use of dogs is only allowed outside the state deer and turkey seasons.
For questions and permitting, please contact Natural Resource Specialist Jess Fleming at the Hartwell Project at 1-888-893-0678, ext. 335 or 706-856-0335.
Areas Leased to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
The following areas are leased to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) and are considered part of the SCDNR's Fant's Grove Wildlife Management Area. Contact SCDNR for information on licenses, seasons and bag limits. They can be reached at 864-654-1671 or SCDNR's website.
South Carolina River, (PDF)
Anderson County, SC (125 acres)
Glenn Ferry Recreation Area, (PDF)
Anderson County, SC (211 acres)
Weldon Island Recreation Area, (PDF)
Anderson County, SC (138 acres)
Choestoea Recreation Area, (PDF)
Oconee County, SC (369 acres)
Apple Island Recreation Area, (PDF)
Anderson County, SC (107 acres)
Townville Recreation Area, (PDF)
Anderson County (23 acres)
River Forks Recreation Area, (PDF) - No hunting in closed portion of the recreation area.
Anderson County (182 acres)
Camp Creek Recreation Area, (PDF)
Anderson County (48 acres)
Martin Creek Recreation Area, (PDF)
Oconee County (60 acres)
Hunting in developed recreation areas except as listed above is prohibited.
South Carolina & Georgia regulations, seasons, bag limits, license requirements, etc. will be strictly enforced.
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