Tent Sites
No Fires
No Pets
Water Unknown
About Mulky Campground

Located along beautiful Cooper Creek, this recreation area offers camping, hiking and fishing. The camping area is across the road from the creek, and offers 11 campsites. The Mulky Recreation Area is commonly associated with and is located within 1 mile of the popular Cooper Creek Recreation Area and features several of the same recreation opportunities.  

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National Forest
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Water Hookups
Mulky Campground is located in Georgia
34.7618 N
-84.0741 W
Get Directions
From Blue Ridge, GA take US 515 north for 4 miles to GA Hwy 60; turn right and go 2 miles to Morganton, GA. In Morganton, turn right on GA Hwy. 60 south for 15.5 miles. Turn left on Forest Service Road 4, go 5 miles. From Blairsville, GA take US 515 south 2.5 miles to Kiutuestia Creek Road. Turn left, go 1.3 miles. Turn left on Old 76 for 100 feet and then turn right on Mulky Gap Road. Go 10 miles to Cooper Creek Campground From Dahlonega, GA take GA Hwy. 60 north for 26 miles; turn right on Forest Service Road 4, go 5 miles.
2 Reviews of Mulky Campground
Mulky CG

Quiet, secluded campground on the banks of Cooper Creek. Drive up spots with gravel tent pads and lots of trees for hammocks. Just east down the gravel road is Cooper Creek Recreation Area with hiking trails and fishing. Going west, at the bridge over the creek, take the gravel road northbound to the trailhead for Sea Creek Falls. A relatively unknown but beautiful fall that you can scramble up.

First to Review

The camp spots are spacious and covered with tree canopies. You a stream right by you no matter where you camp. The facilities and water are easily accessible. You don't feel like you are on top of your fellow campers even though there are a lot of campsites in a somewhat small area. You have the Taccoa Falls and the swinging bridge right down the road, as well as many other places to explore (like the Appalachian Trail). There are some great fishing spots…most of the waters are wild and stocked. I absolutely love this area and highly reccomend it! If Mulky isn't for you…you have several other campgrounds right around you to choose from. Although Mulky is perfect for all you fly fishermen/women!