Whether you plan your trip during the rebirth of Spring or later in the year during the display of the prominent North Georgia Fall colors, this 14-site developed campground is sure to heighten the innate beauty of any season. Graced with various species of hardwoods and resting on the shore of the Tallulah River, Sandy Bottoms provides a rustic experience for the outdoor enthusiast to camp, swim, fish or just to sit back and enjoy the scenery. This rustic area along the Tallulah River provides:
14 camping sites Graveled driving loop thru recreation area Restroom facility Standard amenities (i.e. grill, picnic tables, lantern poles, etc).
This looked like a great campsite! The website said it closed October 31st. Unfortunately, it was closed early this year for some reason.
Right on the river! Tubing, fly fishing, and bathroom access. Only downfall is people fly down that road at all hours.
Busy during the summer months, but probably the least busiest out of the three campgrounds in the Tallulah River. Stays cool down there by the river. There’s a swimming hole and a rope to jump off a rock. Nice place in the fall to relax whenever you want to get away. The camp sites are far enough away from each other to get some privacy
This was a beautiful campground that had tons of camp spots right in the river and near the river. They had just stocked the river with trout and we caught a total of 32 fish divided among our group of 11 people. PLENTY of great fishing and swimming spots
Drive up campsites with picnic table, fire ring, and bathroom right beside the river. Great Trout fishing. The campsite runs along a dirt road.
We love coming here with our dogs to let the run and play in the water! digging for rubies is how I like to spend my time here. we always have so much fun!