Relax, go fishing or spend quality time with family and friends at the campgrounds in east Georgia.
Here, you'll find peace and tranquility, as well as beautiful scenery and nearby communities that are steeped in history. Local shops and boutiques offer the finest in antiques, fashion, decorative accessories and jewelry.
Lawrence Shoals Campground offers full-service campgrounds, primitive campsites, hiking, a picnic pavilion, a swimming beach, a playground, grill, restrooms and two info stands. There are two archery ranges, a standing target range and a total of twenty 3-D target ranges. The campground is handicapped accessible. View the campground map for details.
123 Wallace Dam Road
Eatonton, GA 31024
(Located near Wallace Dam, off Highway 16)
Old Salem Campground offers primitive campsites and full-service campgrounds. Amenities include laundry facilities, restrooms, ice, day-use picnic areas, info stands and a dump station. There is a playground for children, a swimming beach, a boat ramp, grill and a pavilion. The campground is handicapped accessible. View the map for details.
1530 Old Salem Road
Greensboro, GA 30642
(Located near the middle of the lake, off Highway 44)
Parks Ferry Campsites offer full-service campgrounds and primitive sites. Amenities include an outdoor sports area, picnicking, restrooms, ice, info stands and a dump station. There is a playground for children, a swimming beach, a boat ramp, grill and a pavilion. View the map for details.
1491 Parks Mill Road
Greensboro, GA 30642
(Located off Highway 44, near I-20)
Rocky Creek Park (Day-Use Only) Enjoy the outdoors at Rocky Creek Park. This popular day-use park includes a pavilion with restrooms and vending machines, picnic tables, grills, swimming beach, playground, a fishing pier, a boat ramp and easy access to beautiful Lake Sinclair. The park is open to the public each year from Memorial Day through Labor Day, Wednesday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Open May 4 through September 3
Rocky Creek Road
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Local Points of Interest
Visitors of East Georgia campgrounds and lakes may enjoy the following local attractions:
Rock Eagle Effigy Mound — Less than 30 minutes from Lake Oconee, is the prehistoric Rock Eagle Effigy Mound. The famous mound is located near Eatonton, Ga. A mound of rocks in the shape of a gigantic bird, the mound is thought to be about 2,000 years old.
Tower at Rock Eagle — Visitors of the Rock Eagle Effigy Mound can climb the tower for a great view of the mound. The tower was built in the 1930s. The stairs may be strenuous for some visitors, so there is a paved walkway around the mound with interpretive panels explaining the significance of the site.
General Camping Information
Reservations: For reservations, call the campground. Campsites must be reserved at least 10 days in advance and require a two-night minimum stay. There is a three-night minimum stay on holiday weekends.
- Annual day-use parking pass is $35. Pass is valid for day-use at all Georgia Power recreation areas.
- Day-use visitors pass is $5 per vehicle.
- Campers with self-contained units such as RVs are charged $25 per sleeping facility per night.
- Tent campers are charged $20 per sleeping facility per night.
- Weekly rates are $150. (No other discounts apply.)
- Camping reservations are accepted for numbered sites only.
- All Federal agencies' senior discount passes are honored at a savings of $2 per night. For further information on these senior passes, call the U.S. Forest Service in Eatonton, Georgia, at 706-485-7110.
Hookups and Site Comforts: All of the RV sites and most non-primitive campsites offer electrical and water hookups, grills or fire rings, and picnic tables. Some sites offer cable TV hookups, flush toilets, and conveniently located hot showers. All of the campgrounds have dump stations. Some campsites have a sewage hookup.
Additional Info: Campers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please call for information about group camps and camping areas that offer more privacy.