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Usually, a stay in West Point starts at $75 per night.
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About West Point
The main attraction in the town is undoubtedly the 25,900-acre reservoir surrounded by lush green forests and shoreline stretching for hundreds of miles: West Point Lake. It was built during the construction of the West Point Dam by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, who now manage it. Spanning across the Alabama-Georgia state line, West Point Lake provides visitors with countless outdoor activities and scenic views. A bonus to the lake is that it’s less than a 2-hour drive to the hustle and bustle of Atlanta, the state capital, and a 1-hour drive to Columbus.
Things to do in West Point
For the traveler who wants a few relaxing days lazing by the water, West Point Lake has just the place for you. The lake has over 525 miles of shoreline, so you’re sure to find a place in the sand to call you own. If you want a little exercise while you’re on the lake, but aren’t a fan of water, there are a handful of bike trails and roads that provide an excellent place for a brisk morning ride to start your day off. There are designated swim beaches that are open May through Labor Day each year where visitors come to play in the water, set up volleyball nets, and hang out with friends and family. West Point Lake is the outdoor sporting enthusiasts’ place to go in Western Georgia. Fishing and boating is king in West Point, as there are hundreds of miles to do both on the lake. You can expect to catch some great fish, including Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Striped Bass, and Channel Catfish. The lake provides excellent boating options, and even allows for other water activities like skiing and tubing. Since a forested valley was flooded in order to create the lake, trees and other plant life still remain partially above water, so be sure to explore all the different fish and wildlife communities that have formed around all these areas. If you want a more guided tour of the lake, consider taking a ride on the West Point Lake Floating Classroom. Aboard the custom-built 42-foot boat, you will learn about the history of the lake, challenges facing it, and learn about some of the math and science that goes into keeping the lake up and running.
Day Trips from West Point
If you’ve already been to Atlanta and want a different experience for your day trip, why not check out the state’s second largest city? At just under an hour away from West Point, Columbus has a lot to offer visitors. Start your day with a stroll on the Chattahoochee RiverWalk, a 15-mile linear park nestled up next to the Chattahoochee River. The National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus if the only one of its kind in the world, highlighting the Naval involvement in the American Civil War. For entertainment, head to Uptown Columbus. This is the premier area of the city for dining, shopping, and a night out on the town. Be sure to check out the Calendar of Events, as Columbus offers everything from ghost Tours to theater productions and you never know what will be happening when you visit.
West Point Accommodations
Find the perfect vacation rental at Tripping.com, where you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. If you plan on fishing, check out a lakeside cabin where you’ll have your own private access to the lake. Or, stay in a hotel just outside of West Point where you’ll have everything taken care of, right down to WiFi and a continental breakfast. While you’re in West Point, don’t forget to head to their downtown area for a bite to eat. Johnny’s New York Style Pizza is a crowd pleaser and their outdoor patio is a great addition to their delicious slices. On an extra hot day, head to Railroads Coneys and Cones for a double scoop of chocolate chip ice cream. It’s sure to cool you down and satisfy your sweets craving.
Transportation in West Point
Getting to West Point is best done by flying into either Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta or Columbus Metropolitan Airport. Atlanta will require a two-hour drive to West Point and Columbus a 1-hour drive, but Atlanta is a larger airport and will likely have cheaper and more frequent flights. From either airport, rent a car and make the drive to West Point, as there is no public transportation to get there. You will use your car while in West Point since there isn’t a sophisticated form of public transit within the area.