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      Ball Field Dispersed Camping Area

      5 Reviews
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      137 Saves
      Crandall, Georgia

      A large grassy field located approximately 1 mile from Lake Conasauga Recreation area.__ Primitive camping--no amenities.__ Campers may utilitize Lake Conasauga recreation opportunities by parking in the picnic area parking lot, which has a $5 parking fee, or the boat ramp parking area.__ Emery Creek trail departs from the Ball Field, and Tearbritches Trailhead is just across the road for those interested in Cohutta Wilderness hiking.

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      • Dispersed
      • Alcohol
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      SongBird Trail Camp (Cohutta WMA)

      1 Review
      8 Photos
      36 Saves
      Crandall, Georgia

      The 37,000 acre Cohutta Wilderness contains 90 miles of hiking and backpacking trails, two of which follow the Jacks and Conasauga Rivers. Trailhead parking lots located around the wilderness perimeter provide foot access to the trails. Three Forks, Betty Gap, Chestnut Lead and Tearbritches Trailheads are open early March through December 31 each year due to winter road closures. The trails associated with these parking areas remain open, but must accessed from alternate trailheads. Some trails are open to horses. A map of the Cohutta/Big Frog Wilderness is available for $5, showing trails, topography, parking lots and access roads (purchase of map is strongly recommended). Hikers and backpackers should leave a detailed trip plan with someone expecting their return since cell service is unpredictable in this mountainous area.

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      • Phone Service
      • Trash
      • Picnic Table
      • Toilets
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        Conasauga River - Dispersed Site Sheeds Creek Road

        1 Review
        5 Photos
        27 Saves
        Cisco, Georgia

        For visitors wanting to get away from it all, dispersed camping outside of developed campgrounds is allowed throughout Cherokee National Forest unless posted otherwise. Camping is not allowed within 100 feet of water, trails, trailhead parking lots and developed recreation areas. Dispersed camping is free and no permits are required.

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      According to TheDyrt.com, the most popular dispersed campground near Ball Ground, GA is Jones Creek Dispersed Campground with a 4-star rating from 1 review.

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