Lake Varner

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       Cornish Creek Reservoir  

           Lake Varner
 

The Cornish Creek Reservoir offers a natural setting to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Lake Varner Park offers opportunities for Fishing, having a picnic, or to just enjoy nature and watch wildlife.
 

Newton County Water Resources hopes that you enjoy the Cornish Creek Reservoir and all other available natural resources and facilities located at beautiful Lake Varner. 

Newton County Water Resources is a division of the Newton County Board of Commissioners. 

The main function of Newton County Water Resources and the Cornish Creek Reservoir is to insure a safe, abundant, and high quality drinking water supply for the residents of Newton and Walton Counties. Newton County Water Resources also manages the Cornish Creek Reservoir and the Lake Varner park facilities to provide enjoyment and recreation for the area citizens.
 

FACILITIES

  1. Public Restroom Facilities

  2. Two (2) covered picnic pavilions with picnic tables are available for use on a “first come, first serve” basis

  3. Children’s Playground with swings

  4. Several Picnic Sites with Charcoal Grills and Parking

  5. Dual Launch Boat Ramp

  6. Paved and Primitive Nature Trails

  7. Open field areas for recreation

  8. Several Swings and Benches for great views of the water.

  9. Numerous accessible bank fishing areas.

  10. ADA accessible fishing pier.

 

FEES 

Newton and Walton County Residents:

No Charge
 

All Out of County Residents:

$5.00 per boat and $5.00 per vehicle 

 

HOURS OF OPERATION:
 

April – October

7:00 am – 9:00 pm
 

November – March

7:00 am – 6:00 pm
 

For Park and Lake Information, Please Call

(770) 784-2049 

The Cornish Creek Reservoir remains

open throughout the year.
 

 

FISH OF THE RESERVOIR: 

The reservoir is managed in coordination with the Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Division. The Reservoir has Large Mouth Bass, White Bass, Hybrid Bass, Bream, Redear Sunfish, Crappie, Catfish (Channel and Bullheads), and Chain Pickerel. The Lake Record for a large Mouth Bass (15 lbs., 13 oz.) was caught in 1993.

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