Land Manager: Crockford-Pigeon Mountain WMA, Georgia DNR
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Rocktown resides in the Crockford Pigeon Mountain Wildlife Management Area. Rocktown is arguably one of the best bouldering locations in the Southeast, known for it’s amazing sandstone and bomber slopers, crimpers, hueco’s, rails, and its intense top outs. A hunting or fishing license is required to visit any area within the WMA (Lost Wall, Rocktown, Zahnd). You can buy daily or annual licenses. The best option for climbers include the hunting, fishing or annual lands pass. All licenses include camping.
Crockford-Pigeon Mountain (Rocktown, Lost Wall, and Zahnd) have announced their 2020 hunting closure dates:
No climbing is allowed during these dates. Visit Georgia WMA regulations for more info.
What to Expect
It’s easy to become overwhelmed by all the four-stars and classics at a bouldering area like Rocktown, and rightfully so, as this area is one of the largest in the southeast with over 500 established boulder problems. The high density of stellar boulders and nearby camping, Rocktown is a great weekend (or longer) destination spot.
- Leave No Trace: Keep this area beautiful and clean. Clean up after yourselves, your peers, and your pets. Lead by example and pick it up on the first pass.
- Dogs on a leash are welcome
- All Georgia DNR and WMA rules apply
- No camping in the parking lot
- All visitors must obtain a hunting or fishing license
- No climbing during posted hunting closures
Camping is located right down the road from the Rocktown parking lot. Go down the trail head road and take a left. The campground will be on your right.