USDA Forest Service
Lake Sinclair Recreation Area is an ideal location for families, scout outings and church gatherings. It offers dozens of campsites and picnic areas. Its proximity to Lake Sinclair gives visitors no excuse not to enjoy the beautiful lake, which offers ample opportunity for boating, fishing and…
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Tent Cabin
- Firewood Available
- Electric Hookups
- Sewer Hookups
Lake Sinclair, GA: (Scale 1- bad, 5-Very good
Summary: I have stopped by to camp for 4 years. This time we stayed in the electric, Loop A which has 5 sites. There were other users there who were concerning. One was what looks to be a homeless extended stay occupant in a trailer. The other…
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Stayed several nights in RV site. Bath house had only one toilet due to the other being out of order. Bathroom was not clean. Person drive through the park firing a gun at 4 am and the police were called. Also appeared to be done "full time residents" with dog that barked all night.
This is a decent campground. Lake Sinclair was nice to view, but there are only a small handful of sites right next to the water. Overall it’s a nice view, the beach area is small and wasn’t the best swimming because the water was muddy due to recent storms.
Lake Sinclair Campground is located in Georgia
Travel U.S. Highway 129 south from Eatonton for 10 miles. Turn left (east) on Georgia State Route 212, then turn left on Twin Bridges Road for 1 mile. Follow the signs to the recreation area on the left.