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North Georgia Camping

  • Lake Burton
  • Lake Seed
  • Lake Rabun
  • Lake Tugalo
  • Lake Yonah
  • Tallulah Falls

If you're looking for a great place to go camping, north Georgia is ideal.

Family Camping

From Tugalo Park to Seed Campground, you'll find great campsites, swimming, boating and fishing — there's something for everyone to enjoy. Nearby Tallulah Gorge is a popular destination for campers who can enjoy sliding down the waterfall or hiking across the famous Tallulah Falls suspension bridge. It's also one of the most spectacular canyons in the Southeast.

Campgrounds


Seed Campground offers primitive campsites, swimming beaches, picnicking, restrooms and a nearby boat launching ramp.

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Open April 1 through November 1
Seed Campground
3633 Crow Creek Rd.
(Located off Burton Dam Road)
Lakemont, GA 30552
Primitive Campsites: 706-782-5807

Tugalo Park at Lake Yonah offers primitive campsites, picnicking, restrooms and a boat launching ramp. Tugalo Park is handicapped accessible.

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Open Year-Round
Tugalo Park
5264 Tugalo Village Road
Clarksville, GA 30523
Primitive Campsites: 706-746-1450

Local Points of Interest


Visitors may enjoy the following local attractions:

Tallulah Gorge Interpretive Center — The center showcases exhibits and provides a rich history of the area and earned the 2013 Certificate of Excellence. Visit the gift shop for snacks, jewelry, toys, books, walking sticks, clothing and more. There is a parking fee of $5 for each vehicle. The fee includes access to the Interpretive Center, the beach, tennis courts, bike trails and walking trails.

Helen, Ga — Helen is a Bavarian town about 30 miles away from Tallulah Gorge. It is a re-creation of an alpine village and features cobblestone alleys and old-world gift shops. Enjoy food, shopping and spectacular mountain views.Anna Ruby Falls State Park is also a local tourist attraction.

Foxfire Museum — Visit Mountain City and take a walk through the past at the Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center. Take a look at homes, tools, trades and crafts of the nearly-extinct pioneer culture of the Southern Appalachian Mountains.

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