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About Lake Conasauga

This beautiful 19-acre spring-fed lake resting near Grassy Mountain is the highest lake in Georgia. Families will enjoy camping in this quiet, rustic setting which offers cool summertime temperatures.  Whether hiking to the Songbird Management area or to Grassy Mountain tower, fishing, or swimming, you will revel in this area rich in plants, birds and wildlife. Note:  cell service is limited due to remoteness.

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Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Lake Conasauga is located in Georgia
Latitude
34.8596 N
Longitude
-84.6513 W
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Directions
From Chatsworth, GA, take U.S. Highway 411 north 3 miles to Eton, GA.  Turn right onto Old CCC Camp Road.  After about 5 miles the pavement ends and travel continues on a dirt and gravel road (Forest Service Road 18).  Continue for about 4 miles to a fork in the road; take the left fork, FSR 68.  Continue on FSR 68 for about 6 miles to a T-intersection at Potato Patch Mountain.  Turn left to continue on FSR 68 for another 4-5 miles to the entrance of the Lake Conasauga Recreation Area. From Ellijay:  from the town circle, take GA Highway 52 west for 5 miles to a right turn on Gates Chapel Road.  Travel on Gates Chapel, which becomes dirt and gravel after about 7 miles (FSR 90) to a stop sign.  Turn right onto FSR 68 and continue to the T-intersection at Potato Patch Mountain.  Turn left to remain on FSR 68 for 4-5 miles to the entrance of the Lake Conasauga Recreation Area.  
3 Reviews of Lake Conasauga
A Hidden Gem

This really is a hidden gem of a campground. Sites are spaced out and it is hard enough to reach that it keeps all the big fifth wheels and buses away. The lake is full of bass and brim and is perfect for kayak fishing. Just be warned, you have to drive over an hour down a gravel road to the campground.

Absolutely WONDERFUL.

I am skeptical about writing a review of this place because it is an absolute JEWEL and don’t really want to make it more popular than it already is.

First to Review
Secluded and Serene

One of my favorite campgrounds! After about a 45 minute drive up a gravel road, up the mountain, you come to a campground around a lake. Lots of spots, first come first serve. 2 bathroom houses, with running water. No electricity at the camp sites, water stations around the camp grounds. Very secluded. The lake has great fishing and tons of trails around. Sites have fire ring with grill.