Please note that all facility services may not be represented or completely accurate; however, all amenities have been listed to the best knowledge of the Historic Chattahoochee Commission as provided by the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Each governing lake area did not provide the same criteria; therefore, amenities which may not be listed may actually be available. It is recommended to confirm services through the main website for the governing lake headquarters or individual locations.
West Point Lake
Resource Management Office
500 Resource Management Drive
West Point, GA 31833-9517
Phone: 706-645-2937 or 706-883-6749
The lake has a shoreline of more than 500 miles. Surrounded by forests and fields on the Alabama-Georgia state line, West Point Lake provides excellent fishing, camping, and many other recreational opportunities. West Point Lake controls flooding of the river by managing seasonal variations in water flow. During the critical flood season (December through April), the lake is maintained at a target elevation of 625 feet above mean sea level (msl). During the last part of April and the first part of May, the lake is allowed to rise to a target elevation of 635 feet msl for the summer months. Except during drought periods, the lake is maintained between an elevation of 633 feet and 635 feet msl during the summer.