Recreation

The City of Griffin’s Water and Wastewater Department’s Reservoirs are open to recreational fishing year round. Get away to a nice quiet day of fishing at Heads Creek Reservoir and Still Branch Regional Reservoir. Enjoy fishing, canoeing and kayaking on these beautiful natural areas.

Still Branch Reservoir

The Reservoir was opened in 2008. It is located in Pike County off Georgia Highway 18 just five miles south of Concord. The reservoir consist of 850 acres of property and the reservoir itself is 500 acres. The reservoir serves Pike County, Spalding County, East Coweta County, North Meriwether County, Williamson, Zebulon, and Griffin.

Still Branch Regional Reservoir is stocked with bass, bream, and channel catfish. As you fish this wildlife area you will see the home of three sets of bald eagles, canadian geese, loons, numerous duck species, wild turkeys, deer and a host of other wildlife animals. Still Branch has 39 wood duck boxes, hosting one of the largest wood duck populations in the area. These boxes are managed in conjunction with Ducks Unlimited and Troop 123 of the Boy Scouts of America.
 

The Reservoir will be open 7 days a week (Monday – Sunday) with the hours of operation being:
March – November (Daylight Savings): 7 am – 7 pm
December – February: 8 am – 5 pm

There is a $3.00 fee per vehicle. The reservoir is open to fishing with certain guideliness in place to protect the reservoir and the environment. Bank fishing is allowed in the recreational area only.

Reservoir Guidelines & Regulations | Directions | Map of the Reservoir

Heads Creek Reservoir

The Reservoir was opened in 1965. It is located in Spalding County just off New Salem Road and West McIntosh Road. The reservoir consists of 700 acres of property and the reservoir itself is 300 acres. The reservoir serves Spalding County and The City of Griffin.

This secluded reservoir is open seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. There is no charge for this facility. The reservoir is open to fishing with certain guideliness in place to protect the reservoir and the environment.

Reservoir Guidelines & Regulations | Directions | Map of the Reservoir

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