Victoria Day Use Area has a boat launch, a small beach and a fishing jetty that is handicap accessible on beautiful Lake Allatoona — the greatest lake in Georgia.
The fishing jetty at Victoria Day Use Area gives you a chance to catch fish without a boat.
According to the US Army Corps of Engineers at Lake Allatoona:
Anglers from throughout the Southeast flock to Allatoona Lake to enjoy world-class fishing. Stripers and hybrids can be caught year-round on both live bait and artificial lures.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources annually restocks the lake through their fish stocking program. Along with native fish found in the lake, this provides a wide variety of fish species for anglers including bass (largemouth, hybrid, stripped, spotted, and white), crappie, bream (bluegill, redbreast and red-ear sunfish), gar and catfish.
- Open from early February through the end of October
- Open and Close dates depend on the lake’s level
- 4 Boat Ramp lanes (Number of ramps depends on lake level)
- 15 individual picnic tables with grills
- No alcohol or pets
- A facility-use fee of $5 per vehicle is charged at parks with beaches.
- A $5 boat launching fee is charged at parks with boat ramps.
- A Corps of Engineers Annual Day-Use Pass may be purchased for $40. The pass is honored at Corps of Engineers day-use areas and boat ramps nationwide.
- 955 Victoria Landing Drive; Woodstock, GA 30189
- GPS: North: 34 09 07.9; West: 84 37 15.0