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Home > Environmental Experiences > Camping > Recreational Vehicle (RV) Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge -- It's easy to see why this is one of Georgia's most popular state parks. Amicalola, a Cherokee Indian word meaning "tumbling waters," is an appropriate name for these 729-foot falls ~~ the tallest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River. An 8.5 mile approach trail leads from the park to Springer Mountain, the southern end of the 2,135-mile Appalachian Trail. However, numerous other trails are available for shorter journeys. A beautiful lodge at the top of the mountain is popular with guests who prefer hotel-type comforts, while a 5-mile hike leads to more remote accommodations at the Len Foote Hike Inn. Be sure to stop by the visitor center to see nature displays, live exhibits and a gift shop.
( located in Dawson County; read more...) Andy's Trout Farm -- Come bring your family and spend the day. Vacation in our mountain cabins on Betty's Creek viewing the Blue Ridge Mountains at the foot of the Appalachian Mountain range. Established in 1965 by Andy and Hazel Cope we are the perfect place to relax and enjoy nature. Andy's Trout Farm is located on 325 acres of beautiful mountain land.
( located in Rabun County; read more...) Black Rock Mountain State Park -- Black Rock Mountain State Park, named for its sheer cliffs of dark-colored biotite gneiss, encompasses some of the most outstanding country in Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains. Located astride the Eastern Continental Divide at an altitude of 3,640 feet, Black Rock Mountain is the highest state park in Georgia. Numerous scenic overlooks provide spectacular 80-mile vistas of the Southern Appalachians, and several hiking trails lead visitors past wildflowers, cascading streams, small waterfalls and lush forests. The summit visitor center and picnic tables are popular with travelers in northeast Georgia.
( located in Rabun County; read more...) Bobby Brown State Park -- This pretty park offers watersports enthusiasts a quiet oasis on 70,000-acre Clarks Hill Lake. Located where the old town of Petersburg once thrived during the 1790s, the park is named in memory of Lt. Robert T. Brown, U.S. Navy, who gave his life in World War II. Petersburg was situated where the Broad and Savannah rivers flow into the Clarks Hill Reservoir, now an outstanding state recreational area. When water levels are low, visitors can see some foundations of the old town and imagine large plantations once flourishing. The park's location on the largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi River provides excellent boating, skiing and fishing. Yurts, which are like tents made of canvas and wood, offer a unique camping experience
( located in Elbert County; read more...) Cloudland Canyon State Park -- Located on the western edge of Lookout Mountain, this is one of the most scenic parks in the state, offering rugged geology and beautiful vistas. The park straddles a deep gorge cut into the mountain by Sitton Gulch Creek, and elevation differs from 800 to 1,980 feet. The most spectacular view into the canyon is found near the picnic area parking lot; however, additional views can be found along the rim trail. Hardy visitors who hike to the bottom of the gorge find two waterfalls cascading over layers of sandstone and shale into pools below. Cottages are located near the canyon edge, while the park's walk-in campsites provide exceptional privacy for tents. Outdoor lovers should not miss this park's spectacular scenery.
( located in Dade County; read more...) Durhamtown Plantation Sportsmans Resort -- Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Atv trails, atv rentals, dirt bikes 60 miles of trails. Over 8,000 acres.
( located in Greene County; read more...) Fort Mountain State Park -- Fort Mountain derives its name from an ancient 855-foot-long rock wall which stands on the highest point of the mountain. The mysterious wall is thought to have been built by Indians as fortification against other more hostile Indians or for ancient ceremonies. Situated in the Chattahoochee National Forest close to the Cohutta Wilderness area, this park offers a variety of outdoor activities. Hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders will find some of the most beautiful trails in northern Georgia. Most wind through hardwood forest and blueberry thickets, occasionally crossing streams and providing spectacular vistas. During the summer, children will enjoy the sand beach located on a clear mountain lake, as well as miniature golf and pedal boat rental.
( located in Rabun County; read more...) James H. (Sloppy) Floyd State Park -- Surrounded by rural countryside and the Chattahoochee National Forest, this quiet park in northwest Georgia offers outstanding fishing on two stocked lakes. Visitors can hike along three miles of lake loop trails and relax in swings while watching for the many bluebirds that live in the park. Access to the scenic 60-mile Pinhoti Trail is only a 1.6-mile hike from the park. Children especially enjoy the playground, feeding fish from the boardwalk and renting pedal boats. A small campground and four cottages are nestled on tree-covered hillsides. This park was named for Rep. James H. "Sloppy" Floyd who served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1953 until 1974.
( located in Chattooga County; read more...)
Jay Bird Springs -- Offers Skating, swimming, putt-putt golf, RV and cmaping facilities as well as cabins.
( located in Dodge County; read more...) Jenny’s Creek Campground -- Camp store, full hookups, firewood, fishing pond, tent camping, full bath house, laundry and large shaded sites.
( located in White County; read more...) John Tanner State Park -- This west Georgia park is best known for having the largest sand swimming beach of any Georgia state park. It is a recreational haven for water lovers looking for boating and fishing opportunities as well. Visitors can enjoy camping, picnicking, miniature golf, volleyball and horseshoes. A small lodge located near the beach features six units, each with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, living area and bedroom. The park is named after a local businessman who operated the property as a private park from 1954 until 1971.
( located in Haralson County; read more...) Leisure Acres Campground, Inc. -- Leisure Acres Campground is located just South of Cleveland at the entrance to the beautiful North Georgia Mountains. We offer large sites with full hook-ups and picnic tables in a peaceful mountain setting. We also have deeded RV lots and park models for sale.
( located in White County; read more...) Moccasin Creek State Park -- Known as the park "where spring spends the summer," Moccasin Creek is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the shores of lovely 2,800-acre Lake Burton. Despite its mountain location, the park is relatively flat, offering easy navigation for large RVs, children's bicycles and wheelchairs. A fully accessible fishing pier sits above a trout-filled creek open only to physically challenged visitors, senior citizens and children. Tour the adjacent trout rearing station, hike on several nearby mountain trails or simply relax in this peaceful setting. The park's central location makes it a perfect jumping off spot for mountain exploration.
( located in Rabun County; read more...) Mountain Oak Cabins and Campground -- We have 47 sites available, 29 of which are full hook-ups, 7 of which are pull through sites.
( located in Union County; read more...)
Okefenokee RV Campground -- RV parking for 52 RV sites
( located in Charlton County; read more...) Poteete Creek Campground -- This fifty-nine (59) site campground is located 13 miles north of Blairsville, Georgia on beautiful Lake Nottely. The campground is open April 1 thru October 15th. There are camper sites, (small and large campers) and tent sites and fire rings available at each campsite. Power and water are available at most sites, but no phone lines. Also available is a dump station, boat ramp, picnic tables, beach area, pavilion, fishing, restrooms, a bathhouse and showers. Reservations are recommended.
( located in Union County; read more...) Red Top Mountain State Park and Lodge -- This popular park on 12,000-acre Lake Allatoona is ideal for swimming, boating and fishing. Visitors can bring their own boats or rent from Park Marine. Twelve miles of hiking trails wind through the park, providing opportunities for exercise and to explore a reconstructed 1860s log cabin (open and staffed on Saturdays). The park's lodge, restaurant and meeting facilities make Red Top a great getaway for family reunions and business groups. A 3/4-mile paved trail behind the restaurant is suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. Named for the soil's rich red color caused by high iron-ore content, Red Top Mountain was once an important mining area for iron.
( located in Haralson County; read more...) Richard B. Russell State Park -- Located on a 26,500-acre lake, Richard B. Russell State Park offers some of the state's finest fishing and boating. The park's campground and fully equipped cottages are located on or near the water's edge for a relaxing getaway. A nature trail follows the shoreline to one of the oldest steel pin bridges in the area, loops through the adjoining woods and returns to the beach. The park's new 18-hole golf course, Arrowhead Pointe, is scheduled to open during 2004. Several Indian sites were excavated near the park in 1980 before the lake was filled, indicating that Paleo-Indians lived in the area more than 10,000 years ago. This area is now called Rucker's Bottom and lies deep within the waters of Lake Richard B. Russell. All park facilities are designed for wheelchair accessibility, including the swimming beach.
( located in Elbert County; read more...) River Forks Park -- River Forks Park is a camper's delight! Outdoor lovers enjoy the 40,000 square foot beach, 63 campsites with electric and water hook-ups, a sewer pump-out station, area for group camping and more. This park is a must see for campers of all ages.
( located in Hall County; read more...) Tallulah Gorge State Park -- One of the most spectacular canyons in the eastern U.S., Tallulah Gorge is two miles long and nearly 1,000 feet deep. Visitors can hike rim trails to several overlooks, or they can obtain a free permit (limit 100 per day) to hike down to the gorge floor. A suspension bridge sways 80 feet above the rocky bottom, providing spectacular views of the river and waterfalls. Exhibits in the park's Jane Hurt Yarn Interpretive Center highlight the rich history of this Victorian resort town, as well as the rugged terrain and fragile ecosystem of the area. Additionally, an award-winning film takes viewers on a dramatic journey through the gorge. Permits are required for all people accessing the gorge floor or rock climbing/rappelling. Permits are not transferable. The only approved trails for entering or leaving the gorge floor are the Sliding Rock and the Hurricane Falls (staircase) trails. Trails entering or exiting the gorge, as well as those on the gorge floor, are very strenuous. Visitors with health problems should not attempt to climb these trails. CHILDREN MUST BE CLOSELY SUPERVISED AT ALL TIMES. Weather and water flow conditions can restrict gorge floor access. Permits limited to 100 per day.
( located in Rabun County; read more...)
Trackrock Campground and Cabins -- Trackrock Campground and Cabins is a 300 acre paradise of meadows, hayfields, and woodlands in the shadow of Brasstown Bald, Georgia's highest point. Completely isolated from all other commercial developments, the property is bordered on three sides by National Forest. Great care is taken to preserve the natural environment. Wildlife, flowers, and flowering shrubs are abundant throughout the campground and surrounding area.There are 95 level, shaded, uncrowded campsites with water and electricity. Some sites are pull-through, and about half have sewer hookups as well. Bath houses located in the camping area are kept spotless and are equipped with hot showers.
( located in Union County; read more...) Victoria Bryant State Park -- Nestled in the rolling hills of Georgia's upper piedmont, this is one of northern Georgia's best kept secrets. A beautiful stream flows through the park, providing the perfect setting for an after-picnic stroll. Hikers can follow either the short nature trail or the longer perimeter trail that winds through hardwoods and crosses creeks. Animal lovers should keep an eye out for wildlife while passing food plots along the perimeter trail. Golfers will enjoy Highland Walk Golf Course with clubhouse, golf pro, unlimited weekday play and junior/senior discounts.
( located in Franklin County; read more...) Vogel State Park -- One of Georgia's oldest and most popular state parks, Vogel is located at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Driving from the south, visitors pass through Neel Gap, a beautiful mountain pass near Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia. Vogel is particularly popular during the fall when the Blue Ridge Mountains transform into a rolling blanket of red, yellow and gold leaves. Hikers can choose from a variety of trails, including the popular four-mile Bear Hair Gap loop, an easy one-mile lake loop, and the challenging 13-mile Coosa Backcountry Trail. Cottages, campsites and primitive backpacking sites provide a range of overnight accommodations.
( located in Union County; read more...) Watson Mill Bridge State Park -- Known as one of the most picturesque state parks in Georgia, Watson Mill Bridge contains the longest original-site covered bridge in the state, spanning 229 feet across the South Fork River. Built in 1885, the bridge is supported by a town lattice truss system held firmly together with wooden pins. At one time, Georgia had more than 200 covered bridges; today, less than 20 remain. The park is an ideal spot for an afternoon picnic or an overnight stay at the campground. Hiking, biking and horseback riding trails allow visitors to enjoy the thick forest along the river or travel into the park's backcountry. During summer, visitors often play in the cool river shoals just below the bridge.
( located in Madison County; read more...) Westrec Marina Allatoona Landing Marine Resort -- With over 12,000 surface acres of water, Lake Allatoona is a haven for all watersports enthusiasts. Waterski, jetski, tuck into a secluded cove and fish for bass and crappy, or take a leisurely cruise and enjoy the peaceful scenery. Allatoona Landing is a full-service marina with covered and open slips from 24' to 72' with courtesy or shore power. There are secured areas for covered and open boat storage as well as RV's and boat trailers. The marina offers 24-hour security and gated areas. The property includes a fuel dock/ship's store, boat launch, campground, playground and a convenience store/gift shop. Allatoona Landing also contains a beautiful beach, which is open to the public on weekends from Memorial Day through Labor day. A refreshing pool (for tenant use only) is also available from Memorial Day through Labor day.
( located in Bartow County; read more...) Wildwood Park -- Park on Clark Hill Lake. Headquarters for the National Disc Golf Association. There are 3 disc golf courses in the park. Plenty of camping spots, and miles of horse trails. Bring your own horse.
( located in Columbia County; read more...)

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