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From camping beneath the starry sky to casting your line into West Point Lake, hiking scenic trails to conquering adventurous biking paths, there’s so much to explore at Oakfuskee Conservation Area at Pyne Road Park.

An RV, set up for camping on West Point Lake at Oakfuskee Conservation Center.


Located within a 458-acre park on West Point Lake, Pyne Road Park Campground provides a great spot for those wanting to escape and spend time outdoors. This campground offers dozens of campsites with electrical hookups, as well as primitive campsite options. You can also bring your boat and enjoy easy access to our mega ramp at West Point Lake, nature trails and trees to hang a hammock from.

Pyne Road Park Campground is open March through November and the maximum stay is 14 days.

A dock on West Point Lake, at Oakfuskee Conservation Center.

Water Access

The mega boat ramp at Pyne Road Park sits near Oakfuskee Conservation Center and is the only boat ramp in the region with six lanes for boat launching and loading. Open year-round with plenty of parking, picnic and pavilion space, it makes for a great day of fishing on the lake, as well as hosting outdoor events and fishing tournaments.

Two visitors to Oakfuskee Conservation Center enjoy a trail ride on horseback.

Horseback Riding

Riders are welcome to bring their own horses and explore our designated equestrian trails. Take in the scenic surroundings as you trot around well-maintained paths, providing a tranquil and enjoyable experience for horse enthusiasts.

An angler shows off their catch, a small-mouth bass, while fishing on West Point Lake near Oakfuskee Conservation Center.


The 26,000-acre reservoir of West Point Lake offers a variety of fishing options, wether you choose to fish from a boat or the dock. The most sought after fish are largemouth bass and crappie, but you can also find catfish, stripers, and hybrids.

A trail marker designating Mountain Biking trails at Oakfuskee Conservation Center.

Mountain Biking

Gear up on our 3-mile mountain biking loop at Oakfuskee Conservation Area in Pyne Road Park. The trail offers a scenic and invigorating experience, combining challenging technical sections with breathtaking natural surroundings.

An osprey in their nest on West Point Lake, near Oakfuskee Conservation Center.

Bird Watching

Oakfuskee Conservation Center at Pyne Road Park is an avian haven for birdwatching enthusiasts. Visitors will find a variety of species, including mockingbirds, kingfishers, eagles, and osprey, as they dance above the calming waves of West Point Lake.

The Chattahoochee River Keeper floating classroom departs from Oakfuskee Conservation Center for a trip on West Point Lake.

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (CRK) plays a crucial role in protecting the Chattahoochee River, its lakes, tributaries, and watersheds. Committed to ecological restoration and conservation, the organization focuses on educating and advocating for the river’s well-being. A notable initiative is their “floating classroom,” a water-based learning center, engaging students in hands-on STEM activities while exploring the rich history of West Point Lake’s and Georgia’s waterways.