Go Fish! in Perry, Georgia near Twin Oaks RV Camping


Go Fish! Have you visited the new education center in Perry?
Great things are happening in Perry—and now that the weather is nice, we suggest that you check out the Go Fish Education Center that opened several years ago near the fairgrounds. Governor Sonny Perdue, along with additional special guests, cut the celebratory ribbon at the official dedication ceremony for the Go Fish Education Center on October 7, 2010.

Bass fishing in GeorgiaThe Go Fish website tells us:
The Go Fish Education Center is designed to help visitors take an educational journey through Georgia’s watersheds to learn about our diverse aquatic wildlife, their natural habitats and the impacts of water pollution. Beyond that, the Center is a place that serves as a great resource of fishing information for any level of angler – where to go, what to use and when. When there, check out the 200,000 gallon aquarium, the new indoor/outdoor hatchery, the movie about the importance of fishing and aquatic resources in Georgia, and the catch and release casting pond stocked year-round with hybrid striped bass, bluegill, and channel catfish.

Go Fish! center in Perry, GA

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Visitors to the Go Fish Education Center can:

  • See live fish exibits featuring trout, largemouth bass and more…
  • Explore Georiga’s underwater habitats from mountain streams to black water swamps
  • View aquatic wildlife, including live alligators
  • Catch fish in the stocked pond
  • Try out interactive fishing and boating simulators
  • Get ‘Reel Tips’ on how and where to fish
  • Visit the high-definition theater
  • Enjoy a walk on the nature trail
  • And so much more……….

Visit the Go Fish! Center the next time you come to Twin Oaks. It’s only 7 miles up the road and $7.00 for a great day of fun!

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Contact
Go Fish Education Center
1255 Perry Parkway
Perry, Georgia 31069
Phone: 478-988-6701
Email: info@gofisheducationcenter.com

CLICK HERE to link to the Go Fish website.

Regular Hours (September 1, 2017 – May 30, 2018)
Friday & Saturday (9 am – 5 pm); Sunday (1 pm – 5pm); (see Calendar for Holiday and other closures.)

Summer Hours (May 31, 2017 – August 31, 2017)
Thursday, Friday & Saturday (9 am – 5 pm); Sunday (1 pm – 5pm); (see Calendar for Holiday and other closures.)

*Monday through Thursday (reserved for educational outreach programs).

Admission
Adults: $7
Seniors 65 or older : $6
Active military: $6
Children 3-12 : $5
Children 2 and younger, free

Directions
– Take I-75 to Perry, Georgia
– Take Exit 134 and head East on Perry Pkwy
– Take 2nd Entrance into Fairgrounds
– Go Fish Education Center will be on your left

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The Bass Trail Boating Access

The Georgia Bass Trail is a statewide system of large boating access areas capable of supporting large tournament events and normal boating and fishing activities on major water bodies. The trail was developed though community partnership and is made up of the following, tournament style, boating access facilities – each providing its own unique bass fishing experience.

Laurel Park-Lake Lanier (Hall County)
Gum Branch-Lake Hartwell (Franklin County)
Tugaloo State Park-Lake Hartwell (Franklin County)
Wildwood Park-Clarks Hill (Columbia County)
Early May Boat Basin-Lake Seminole (Bainbridge)
Pyne Road Park-West Point (Troup County / LaGrange)
Richard B. Russell State Park-Richard B. Russell (Elbert County)
Robert Baurle Ramp-Savannah River (Augusta / Richmond County)
Burton’s Ferry Boat Landing-Savannah River (Screven County)
Tuckasee King-Savannah River (Effingham County)
Houlahan Bridge-Savannah River (Port Wentworth)
Veterans Memorial State Park- Lake Blackshear (Crisp County)
Altamaha Park-Altamaha River (Glynn County)
Jaycee Landing-Altamaha River (Jesup)
Buckeye Landing-Oconee River (Laurens County)
Reynolds Landing-Lake Seminole (Seminole County)

Check out the Georgia Outdoor Map, to locate these and hundreds more boating and fishing opportunities in Georgia

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