Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Chattahoochee Bend
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Features
Electric Hookups
Pets Allowed
Water Hookups
Location
Chattahoochee Bend is located in Georgia
Latitude
33.4294 N
Longitude
-84.9894 W
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6 Reviews of Chattahoochee Bend
You won't be disappointed

Chattahoochee Bend state park is located about 30 minutes west of Newnan, GA. It's located on the Chattahoochee river and is a surprisingly large area. The park has a number of trails for hiking and mountain biking. There are cabins and tent camping sites separate from the rv sites. Rv camping area has large, level gravel sites with water, 30/50 amp electric and cable. Two dump stations help eliminate waiting in long lines when you're ready to hit the road again. Bath house looks like new and is well cared for. On site host is keeping the place in tip top shape. We'll definitely be returning to this park. Highly recommended. Only negative - no cell service while we were there.

Awesome Platform camping

Platform sites are super nice. Short walk into the sites, right beside a river. Not much privacy between platforms but every time we have been it hasn't been full or crowded.

nice quiet state park

nice new state park along the Chatahoochee River. walk in sites along the river are nice and quiet. 2 campground loops can get full on weekends in season but a pretty quiet place usually. they have just built cabins this year.

nice and clean

everything looks nice and new. they have camping platforms for your tents. plenty of shade by the river. we love setting up our hammock's in the trees and just chilling listening to the river flow.

Not much

Not many camping spots for tents more for rv' s. Had nice trails but can't go fishing without a boat

First to Review
Beautiful wilderness.

Chattahoochee Bend State Park is just 16 miles northwest of Newnan, Ga. We camped in one of the many riverfront platforms at the end of May. We were under the impression that we would be waterfront, but couldn't really see the water from the riverfront platforms because of the trees and topography. The forest is very lush and quiet though. The hiking trails are easy with level elevation. Although we prefer hiking mountains with sweeping views the forest was so lush and beautiful that it made for a nice hike. We hiked the Riverside trail from the riverfront platforms through a parking lot, where there was also a nice playground for kids, then back into the woods to an observation tower. It's a great hike for families.

The bathrooms were very clean and are a short walk from the platform campsites.

Fireflies lit up our campsite at night! Overall we had a very pleasant experience camping here and definitely would return.