This is a beautiful park. All of Georgia’s state parks are nice, this is one of the nicest. Most sites are right on the lake. It’s very popular in summer and reservations are necessary. When we were there there was a heated dispute between two families over who had reserved a site! Great swimming and fishing! Full hookups, dump station!
The kids and I stayed here for a weekend (mid March) to try out our new camper. We got a waterfront site and it was gorgeous! Not as big as some places we have been, but large enough. Some of the non-waterfront sites appeared to be MUCH smaller.
The restrooms in our area were spotless and cleaned multiple times per day. My son said the ones near the beach area had a few spider webs, but considering it wasn’t even remotely warm yet, they probably weren’t being maintained as often as the campground ones just yet.
Staff was friendly and helpful, fishing was so-so (from the back of our campsite, anyway, and probably moreso due to our lack of skill than actual fish quantity). They have recently repaved the roads and it was very easy to get around. There are two playgrounds: a larger one by the beach and a smaller one in the campground area (which also has a huge field).
Our spot was level left to right but had a slight slope front to back.
Lowing the away from it all atmosphere of Wildlife, peace and quiet and water. This is your campground.
Dever fishing, nature all in one relaxing place.
Recent upgrades of the loops make parking your RV a breeze.
Lowing this campground and the surrounding town of Lavonia!
Lots of trees and trails. Beach, playground and great boat launches.
This gem is on Georgia South Carolina line and off the beaten path.
Your will feel like you hit pay dirt here.
The park has a great feel and welcoming feel, excellent boat ramps and easy access. The campsites are spacious and comfortable size with alot of trees and nature.
Fishing, canoes, boating, swimming and relaxation abound.
Verythromycin friendly staff helpful Hosts and clean park and ammenities.
Close to Helen, Dahlonega and Commerce.
The lake and beach is awesome. Beautiful all year.
Play grounds and trails as well as tennis courts. Also there are playgrounds and equipment to enjoy. Firepit's and easy access to dump station area.
most campsites have views of the lake and access directly to the stoney beaches. Lots of mature trees make shade an easily accessible feature. Water, power and cable at the sites with grey water dumps very numerous.
This campground is very nice for a weekend getaway. The shower facilities are very clean!! The lots are pretty good size and they have a lot of options. This is a non-specific campsite campground so you can’t choose your site. some of the roads leading to the site are rough because of roots pushing through the paving.
This campground is one of our favorites. It's so relaxing and pretty much every camping spot has a beautiful view.
Lots of boats on the lake in summer but there is awesome beach access from the campsites. Great spot for summer!
Its very clean, and handicap accessible. Lots of bathrooms with showers. They are close by no matter where you camp. We camp here all year round. Most camping spots are well shaded. Easy to bring a boat, kayak and SUP. We really enjoy this campground.
Took my daughters and a friend of theirs to Tugaloo. The friend had never been camping. We had a nice trip even though we were not very prepared for the cool temperatures. The girls went swimming and mini golfing.