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Murder Creek boulders

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About Murder Creek boulders:

Murder Creek despite its name is great little place to visit. It is located within the Cedar Creek WMA. Murder Creek sports a small collection of fine grained boulders along the ridge that overlooks some beautiful rapids. There are really only a handfull of problems here, but they are fun and worth the trip if you're stuck in the area. Most problems are vertical, but a few overhangs exist. The tallest top out at about 18 feet. The area stays wet after a rain, and cottonmouths frequent the area in warm weather.
Nearest town or city: Eatonton
Directions: Hwy. 129 and Hwy. 212 intersect about halfway between Milledgeville and Monticello. There is a convience store there. From that intersection, take Hwy. 129 northeast towards Eatonton. You will cross Murder Creek. About 1 mile past Murder Creek look for Fred Wooten Rd. on your left. This gravel road becomes a forest service access road which is gated sometimes. At one time camping was allowed by the creek, but last time I visited it was closed to vehicles due to vandalism. Drive or hike (its only about 1 mile) to the end of Fred Wooten Rd. It ends at a gravel parking lot. A trail leads down to the creek. The boulders are mainly on your right, you won't miss them. Explore along the creek and hills.
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Camping: Yes
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