THE BEST Hike-In CAMPING NEAR
Burnt Hickory Acres, Georgia
Top Burnt Hickory Acres Hike-In Campgrounds
Recent Hike-In Reviews Near Burnt Hickory Acres, Georgia
191 Reviews of 20 Burnt Hickory Acres, Georgia Campgrounds
We stayed here for 2 nights on our was to Gatlinburg. We went up the mountain and then walked down. We did the rope challenge in the park and did the laser night show would highly recommend. I didn't not give it 5 stars because the pool and shuttle to mountain was closed during our stay. We had a…
- (5) View All
Very bad hilly and winding roads. Really not suitable for a 38 foot motorhome. Small campground sign, with a name of a development on! Very confusing. They even admitted it. Tight fit on our site, with huge drop off. Beautiful site with large deck, but extremely worrisome in and out.
Awesome grounds in a family and pet friendly atmosphere. Neighbors were kind and helpful. Very quiet and peaceful time. Walking the grounds was nice and hilly. There’s also trails in between areas and around the campground. If you like the water, bring your trunks, kayaks, and poles.
- (20) View All
We camp here a good bit and is cheap and has lost of room to spread out and camp.
Our camp site was on the lake and quite and a lot of fun for the entire family.
- (7) View All
Lots of open space, trees, by a river. Clean bath house with hot showers. Right on Chief Ladiga Rail trail about 6 miles west of AL/GA border. We road east, will come back to ride west segment. Dark at night for star gazing. Friendly folks.
READ- Some of the reviews of Sweetwater Campground at Allatoona are for Sweetwater Creek State Park. These are two completely different parks in two completely different parts of Georgia. SCofA does not have a mill, ruins, river or mountain trails. It does have a lake. Allatoona Lake. Pay attention…
This is a very nice place.With great people and great views. Getting out in nature,as this place allows,brings us back to our roots,connects us back to the Earth and it's other inhabitants,the animals and plants.This is a wonderful place to do this.
Nice, quiet, primitive campground. •Beautiful creek beside it that makes a great place for summer fun •Great hiking trails. •Vault toilets •No running water in faucets •Tends to hold water in rainy season •Flat camping spots •Fire Pits •Nice mountain views
Great place for a weekend getaway.…
Navy is a small park with rolling hills, wooded sites and lots of shade. We’ve stayed at site 11 and 12, both accommodated our 28 ft camper well. They have a small sandy beach and beautiful Allatoona lake all around. Best feature though is the wonderful staff. Everyone was so friendly and helpful.…
- (13) View All
Off grid camping. Lots of trails. Ruins of the old mill. Beautiful lake to kayak or fish. Close to the interstate. Go for the day or a weekend.
Large campground with lots of water front sites. Boat ramp and playground. Clean facilities and lots of shaded sites.
Not much to do but hike. You can kayak the Chattahoochee river if you are brave enough to deal with the pollution. Other than that, it’s a good place to relax if everyone doesn’t bring their massive barking dogs along. We found it very hard to enjoy all 3 times we went because of the dogs barking…
Its not far from civilization but you feel like you are far away from it when you drift to sleep on a starry night under pink moon on the water
Easy to book and pay online, nice (short) hiking trails, geocaching, play areas for kids, full hook ups in the upper loop.
Con- weekend crowd destroyed bathrooms, sites are close together, if you get someone who doesn't know how to park in the loop, you struggle to leave