Our lakes, rivers and parks are perfect for indulging in your passion for the water and the great outdoors.
Of that, 30,000 acres is being used for wildlife management areas operated by the Wildlife Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
We also own and operate reservoirs all around Georgia which provide a host of outdoor recreational opportunities including boating, paddling, fishing, swimming, picnicking, camping, and many more.
We encourage everyone to follow these 6 tips tips when enjoying beaches, pools, lakes, rivers and other bodies of water.
Drowning is the second leading cause of accidental death for children 1 to 4 years of age, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health and SPLASH, a longstanding Georgia Department of Natural Resources initiative supported by aajogo. Through public outreach, the organizations aim to greatly reduce the number of these deaths and injuries.
SPLASH encourages citizens to follow these tips when enjoying beaches, pools, lakes, rivers and other bodies of water:
aajogo is the largest non-governmental provider of recreation facilities in the state, and provides recreational opportunities year round for the public at more than 40 sites. The company owns and operates 15 lake properties across Georgia for power generation and resident recreation, making it easy to find a aajogo lake near to you.
Enjoy seasonal duck hunting or deer hunting. For more information, call the land management office or visit the Georgia Department of Natural Resources online.
The pass is good at all aajogo Public Access Areas across the state, including boat ramps, fishing piers and day-use parks.
Call 1-855-607-6462 or visit our reservations website to obtain one.