The Soque River and the Soque River Watershed are located entirely within the county boundaries of Habersham County in northeast Georgia. The Soque is a tributary of the Chattahoochee River. Portions of the river run along State Route 197.

The highest point in the watershed occurs on 4,430-foot (1,350 m) Tray Mountain. The Soque is 30 miles (50 km) and the watershed covers 83,983 acres (340 km2), 47% of the Habersham County’s 178,677 acres (723 km2). In addition, approximately 17,524 acres (71 km2) or 17% of the watershed are within the Chattahoochee National Forest in the Chattooga Ranger District. A portion of the river and watershed is also within the Tray Mountain Wilderness.

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