Nature and Hiking Trails

West Point Lake has a wide variety of nature trails for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy. Each trail is of varying length and difficulty, and provides the public with a unique experience. To learn more about the different trails At West Point Lake review the chart below.  

For questions about any of the trails at West Point Lake please contact the project management office at (706) 645-2937.



Park No/Type of Trails Miles Special Features
Alligator Creek 1 Hiking/Nature 0.6 Connects to trail at Amity Campground
Amity Campground 2 Hiking/Nature 0.5
Boardwalk through Beaver Pond, wood duck boxes and observation platform
Earl Cook 1 Hiking/Nature 0.4 Benches with lake view
Hardley Creek 1 Walking/ Handicapped 0.9 Walking trails marked off for ¼, ½, & ¾ mile walks, two fishing piers, pond, shelter and restrooms
Holiday Campground 3 Hiking/Nature 1.9 Rest shelter
Long Cane 1 Hiking/Nature 1.2 Rest shelter
McGee Bridge 1 Handicapped 0.2 Benches
R. Shaefer Heard
Day-Use Area
1 Hiking/Nature 0.7 Playground and benches
Ringer 1 Hiking/Nature 0.5 Rest shelter, bench with view of lake and rock outcropping
Rocky Point 1 Hiking/Handicapped     



Benches, handicapped accessible picnic shelter, picnic tables, horseshoe, restrooms, water fountains, and game board
Stateline Campground 2 Hiking/Nature 1.0 Rest shelter & benches
Whitetail Ridge
1 Hiking/Nature 0.9 Rest shelter, benches and duck pond