Eastman-Dodge County is a sportsman’s paradise and an outdoor enthusiast’s promised land. Hunt, hike, bike, swim, paddle, and camp among the Long Leaf pines with Eastern wild turkeys for company. Public boat landings on the Ocmulgee River give access to this mighty water corridor to fishermen and paddlers.
Soak up history as you view Eastman, Georgia’s vintage homes, business and government buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, Civil War historic sites along the Jefferson Davis Heritage Trail, and opportunities to pick-your-own fresh vegetables and fruits.
Festival-goers can’t get enough of the annual Fall for Dodge event in
October, or the longest yard sale in Georgia, the annual Peaches to the Beaches yard sale held the second Friday and Saturday in March.
Enjoy Dodge County’s attractions over a few days. Our accommodations are homey, and our restaurants are ready to satisfy your appetite with a taste of authentic Georgia cooking.
Eastman and Dodge County, Georgia shine when it comes to outdoor fun, from hunting and fishing to hiking, paddling, swimming and more. In the Three Rivers area, bordered by the Ocmulgee River and close to where it joins with the Oconee River to form the mighty Altamaha River, Dodge County, Georgia has thousands of acres of forest filled with wildlife and plenty of opportunities to hunt, fish, hike, canoe, camp, picnic and otherwise enjoy life outdoors.
Open Wed-Sun, sunrise to sunset. Drive south on US Hwy 23/341 for 3 miles, then left on County Road 49 for 0.6 miles to the lake. The PFA Group Shelter can be rented for special events by calling 1 (800) 864-7275. Dodge Lake Road, Eastman, Georgia
The Dodge County Public Fishing Area is home to a new archery range:
Watch more than 50 show-quality appaloosa, pinto and solid color miniature horses interact and play at Fallen Star Ranch. Tour the facility, and learn about miniature horses, from breeding to foaling, and nutrition to healthcare. You may just catch your falling star. 796 Reedy Branch Rd, Eastman, Georgia
Home for some of Georgia's finest quail hunting. Guides put you in position to shoot open, planted fields, as well as long-leaf pine stands. The guides and dogs handle all the retrieving duties, so all you have to do is point, sight and shoot. 2411 Chauncey-Rhine Hwy, Eastman, Georgia
The 9-hole course features 2,982 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 33.7, and it has a slope rating of 105. Open year-round. Cart rentals, a putting green and chipping area are available. 156 Golf Course Rd, Eastman, Georgia; (478) 374-3616
Experience the beauty of Dodge County's famous pine and hardwood forests, hammocks, sloughs, swamps and wildlife on the Ocmulgee River from a quiet, completely screened and wheelchair accessible electric vehicle. Ideal for those who love the outdoors but cannot hike. View, photograph and record birds, animals, trees and flowers in their natural habitats. Reservations are required. 2716 Lower River Rd./State Hwy. 230 SE, Eastman, Georgia; (478) 955-4435