US Army Corps of Engineers
Lake Sidney Lanier offers some of the best camping opportunities in the entire southeast. Whether it’s a tent on a primitive campsite hugging the shoreline of the lake or a pad for your recreational vehicle, Lake Lanier has it all.
The Corps of Engineers operates 7 campgrounds with 482…
Primitive Campsites: $16 Tent Campsite Only $30 Tent Campsite with Electric: $32 Campsite with 30 AMP Electricity and Water: $34 Campsite with 50 AMP Electricity and Water: $36 Walk-In: $30
- Boat-InSites accessible by watercraft.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
- Water Hookups
- Pull-Through Sites
- Big Rig Friendly
All RV sites have a lake view. Full hook ups. State Park has a Ranger to check you in and gate is closed 10:30pm-7am. Reservations must be made online, set up user name, confirm thru your email and if your cell service is poor it can be tricky but well worth the work.
We’ve been here twice now. It’s a fun location, even without having a boat on the lake. Most sites have lake access so you can swim or float right there, plus have some wooded privacy from neighbors.
Site 38 is very open but huge! And you’re right by the campground beach area.
Site 22 is…
This is the best campground on Lake Lanier. Nearly every site is on the Lake, with access to the water. The sites are very well maintained.
We come here often, as it’s only a 35 minute drive from home!
Bald Ridge Creek Campground- Lake Sidney Lanier is located in Georgia
Take 400 north to exit 16, turn right on Pilgrim Mill Rd., turn right on Sinclair Shoals Rd., turn left on Bald Ridge Rd. which ends at the campground.
4100 Bald Ridge Road
Cumming, GA 30041