Georgia Outdoor Hall of Fame

charlie elliott road sign CThe Georgia Outdoor Hall of Fame is at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center in Mansfield, Georgia.  The wildlife center’s namesake was an avid outdoors writer and advocate, and was the first person the Georgia Outdoor Writers Association chose for the Hall of Fame in 2007.

Since then, a distinguished group of outdoor enthusiasts, writers, and promoters of Georgia’s outdoor wonders have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, including a US President.

Here’s the listing of these remarkable individuals who have been inducted.

2007 – Charlie Elliott

2008 – George Perry, Jack Wingate, Dean Wolhgemuth, Arthur Woody

2009 – Jack Crockford, Don Pfitzer

2010 – Leon Scott

2014 – Jimmy Jacobs, John Trussell

2015 – Jimmy Carter

2016 – Steve Burch, O’Neill Williams

2019 – Dick “Okeefenokee Joe” Flood  GREAT ARTICLE ABOUT “JOE”

2022 – J. Wayne Fears

The Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center combines a state wildlife management area, public fishing area and regional wildlife education and conference center on 6,400 acres southeast of Atlanta.

Learn more about the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center by visiting their Website.