Victoria Campground sits on the banks of Allatoona Lake, providing visitors with a variety of water activities in the green rolling hills of Georgia.
Allatoona Lake is one of the most frequently visited Corps of Engineers lakes in the nation. Nearly 7 million visitors each year enjoy picnicking, swimming, camping, hunting, fishing, boating and observing wildlife along the 270 miles of shoreline.
The lake is annually stocked with bass, crappie, bream, gar and catfish, making it a popular destination for anglers. Fishing jetties are available at numerous shoreline fishing locations, and a dock is provided at the campground.
Victoria Campground provides more than 70 spacious reservable campsites, conveniently located near the dock and swimming beach. Fire rings, picnic areas, drinking water, flush toilets and showers are all provided, creating a comfortable camping experience for visitor
Located only 35 miles from Atlanta, Allatoona Lake is situated on the Etowah River, a tributary of the Coosa River. The serene lake and peaceful surroundings offer visitors respite from the rush of city living.
The city of Woodstock is nearby, offering restaurants, shopping, and a historic downtown area. Historic sites like the Etowah Indian Mounds and Booth Western Art Museum are a close drive to the city of Cartersville. The Visitor Center at Allatoona Lake Project Management Office features video exhibits and displays about the area’s history, ranging from the time of early Native Americans, to the Civil War and to present times. The Visitor Center overlooks the dam and offers many hiking trails. Red Top Mountain State Park has more than 15 miles of trails and offers interpretive programs. Eight marinas are located on Allatoona Lake that offer boat rentals and restaurants. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield is located in Kennesaw and White Water Park is in Marietta. Zoo Atlanta and Georgia Aquarium are located in Atlanta.
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Victoria campground is awesome! Two negatives- 1-could have more restrooms, depending on the site you choose, you could have quite a commute to them. 2.-The gate worker was super intense! Wanted to know every detail of everyone in our party, and my husband came late and I have to give notice for him to join us ( the campground is gated) Now the positives- It’s right on beautiful lake Allatoona! And you have access to the lake everywhere! The sites are very large, and everyone I saw had lots of privacy! Restrooms are large and clean! I hope to have a chance to return to Victoria!
One of the smaller campgrounds in the area but well worth it if you can get a site. 2 dumpstations. the only downfall is the beach area- it is in a cove and the water level is often down
This place is well conserved. Lots of sites are waterfront or has access to the lake, that is a plus. The lake area is tranquil and quiet. My site (53) had water, electricity, grill, firepit, a table, & access to the lake (10-steps-trail). The showers and toilets on premises were clean. Awesome views. A place to retreat.
I was in town for a trail run and camped at Victoria Campground. When making reservations if you happen to hit on a weekend you are stuck reserving two nights. Also they have a 2 dog limit.
The campground is limited access and the camp custodians take their job very seriously! But in a good way. Be prepared to wait in line if you arrive at prime check in time.
The sites were spacious, easy to navigate into and had some privacy provided by trees in between. The lake is very nice and there was a boat ramp for easy access right down the road.
The bathhouse had a washer and dryer and the building was clean and maintained. I spent a very quiet night using my Biolite stove and grill attachment for dinner and then taking a walk to the lake nearby.