Get away from it all...at Phillips Pond

Phillips Pond is a privately owned 150-acre lake in northwest Randolph County, Georgia. Originally built as a grist mill pond in the 1930’s by Vernon and R.T. Phillips, Phillips Pond is a family-oriented, members only recreational fishing lake stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, shellcracker, and catfish. Facilities include picnic shelters, boat ramp and docks, fishing piers, camper hookups and restrooms. More info...

Memberships are limited, but some are still available for 2017. Learn more about membership.

Read about the interesting and storied history of Phillips Pond...or take a look at some cool black & white (that means OLD) photos.

Take a look at a map of the pond and get directions before you visit. We are 20 miles East of Lake Walter F. George (Lake Eufaula to those Alabama people reading this).

Admire some recent catches, or submit your own photos on our Fish Stories page.