Glamping in Allatoona Lake

Hit the water, then stay at one of a slew of lakeside campgrounds at Allatoona.

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Arabia Mountain Farm

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · Stonecrest, GA
We became the owners of this 6 acres in 2020. We have since started a large garden, have goats and chickens, and have had many projects. We love sharing this beautiful space with others! We are surrounded by the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Reserve, 4000 acres of beauty. There are hiking and biking trails, 2 lakes for fishing, kayaking on the South River, or have a lazy day in the woods. So much to enjoy for outdoor lovers. Being under the canopy of the pine trees really helps keep the site cool during Georgia summers. We have a nice outhouse and outdoor shower with hot water that are available to campers. We do live on the property and the bathroom area is shared with others. Welcome!
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Rolling Ridge Stays

3 sites · Lodging12 acres · Resaca, GA
3 Unique Off Grid Cabins at the foothills of North Ga. Nestled 1 hour north of ATL and 30 mins south of Chattanooga, TN. Located 6 mins from I-75 on exit 320.Check our pictures! This property has a private 1 acre stocked pond for recreation and 3 unique off grid accommodations. No Electric and no A/C. Solar only with Fans. This is a working Family Flower Farm! You will hear noises from land management on Weekdays 9-5. Weekday prices reduced to reflect this! We love meeting our guests, and like to provide unique experiences. The property has a pond and rolling hill views with beautiful dogwoods and pines throughout. Each off grid living space offers direct access to the water and boasts a full array of cooking, cleaning, and living items. This property hosts a full camp bathroom including an on grid toilet, sink, and shower. The water heater is tankless propane to ensure the hot water never runs out. This property is a beautiful getaway This property was also a portion of the northern picket line during the Civil War at the battle of Resaca. Civil war relics are often found right here on the property. ~PET FEE- We are a pet friendly facility. If you plan on bringing your furry friend, please add the "PET FEE" located under Extras when booking.
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Three Falls Treehouse

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Dahlonega, GA
Discover an escape at our riverside glamping treehouse nestled by the Chestatee River. Perfect for families or friends seeking adventure and relaxation, this thoughtfully designed space accommodates up to 5 guests. The cozy yet spacious layout features a luxurious queen bed and three twin beds, ensuring everyone enjoys a restful stay. Cast your line for a fishing session or take a refreshing dip in the river's cool waters. As the sun sets, the magic continues as you gather around the fire pit by the water's edge, sharing stories and laughter under the starlit sky. Unwind in nature's embrace without compromising comfort.
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7 springs

2 sites · Lodging10 acres · Dahlonega, GA
Miners Cabin: The miners cabin is located in between Dawsonville and Dahlonega Georgia in the heart of gold country. This unexpected gem has been our family’s oasis for the past 7 years and now, we are opening it up to share with others. Access to the cabin will be via our driveway and guests will not be allowed to drive directly to the cabin. There is a short 3 minute walk from parking access to the cabin. This walk is on an incline and those who may have difficulties walking up or down an incline or on uneven surfaces should consider this walk when planning your trip. Due to access limitations, we ask that you not bring more than two vehicles, We have additional parking at another property if needed but please let us know in advance. The Cabin sits on a grassy meadow a stones throw from cane branch stream. In the morning and afternoon you should expect to see or hear all types of wildlife. We have a family of raccoons that come around in the summer months and will eat just 5 foot from the porch. In the winter we have several deer that access the creekbed. The wildlife is fed often by our family and has been for the past seven years. Hummingbirds, woodpeckers, whippoorwills, crows, and even goldfish call this oasis home. At night our kids love to hunt for small crawfish in the creek with a flashlight. While bears are always something to watch for, we don’t typically see them on the property. A few miles of walking paths have been meticulously cared for and created by my father Mike. The mossy stone paths look like something out of a story book in the spring. Along the trails you will find benches and hammocks to lounge on and if you look close enough you may find some crystals that were placed for others to find from some of our many mineral digs over the years. There are two bridges that cross the stream along the paths and an old water wheel from way back that was used in the gold mining process in the creek. Vegetation on the property includes a variety of chantrell and coral mushrooms. If Mushrooming is your thing we have a good stash of chicken of the woods and if it’s fruiting you are welcome to pick it. Mountain laurels line the creek and bloom beautiful pink blossoms in the spring and summer. Cane creek branch is a quiet and beautiful stream. The water only gets about waist high at the deepest point making it perfect for kids or dogs to splash around in. Inside the cabin you will find a few gold pans if you would like to try your luck. We have found gold in the creek along with garnets and a few flashes of platinum. This property used to be the site for a long abandoned gold mine and an old metal water wheel still sits on the creek bank. The water wheel is locked but will still turn and at over 8 ft high it is a sight to see in itself. You will find a few small fish but nothing to shake a pole at. The cabin itself is nothing fancy and we like to keep it that way. It is as primitive as you would expect from the title. Only one electrical outlet is currently in the cabin. There is no running water but there is a water basin for brushing your teeth and washing small items. The bathroom is behind the cabin in a separate facility. This outhouse is unlike anything you have seen and has all of the comforts of home. Sleeping arrangements include a king size bed on a solid frame and a small sofa. You are welcome to pitch a tent or hammock outside as well. In the winter the cabin gets cold, we will provide an electric heater but you should know that it may still get cold inside. The porch looks over the creek and makes a great spot for bird watching. Amenities include a charcoal grill and a fire pit for cooking. The fire pit has several stable adirondack chairs circling it. We have a throwing board on the property however you will need to rent the throwing items from us and sign a waiver. We also have a small swing by our goldfish pond just across the creek. Things to do near us. Kayaking and tubing are just 7 miles down the road. You can rent a kayak from us or from the outfitters. We have 4 sit on top kayaks for adults 2 for children under 100 lbs and several whitewater kayaks are available for rent if you have prior experience. We also will guide you down the river as an additional service. See our price list. Our local outfitter Chestatee River Adventures is typically 30.00 for each kayak and 10.00 for tubing. The trip is 6 miles and can take anywhere from 3-5 hours depending on the water level. Please note that the outfitter is only open during the spring and summer. Our family will take you out no matter the time of year. Fishing on the Chestatee, Etowah, or lake lanier are also great activities and all can be accessed with a short 10 minute drive. Lake Zwerner is a local fishing hot spot great for grabbing a kayak or canoe and spending the day on the water. Gold Mining: Dahlonega is the gold city! Only 15 minutes away you will find Consolidated Gold Mine – Underground Gold Mine Tours. Here you can do some gold and gem mining as part of the tour. The gold museum in scenic dahlonega is close by as well.If you are looking for something more my dad offers trips and will show you the basics or can take you out for an all day dredging experience. You keep whatever you find! Hiking: The area hikes include the start of the great Appalachian (Apple-atch-an) trail. This is amicalola state park a 25 minute drive from the property. If you are brave enough, the copper mine cave is a quick 10 minute drive and is a sight to see. There is no cost to hike in however the parking and walk in are not easily accessible. From this quick hike you will be able to see copermines falls a great class 3 + rapid that local kayakers run. We also have a short walk on the etowah river that is well maintained. The Edge of the world trail is another must see.
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Ramsden Lake Boutique Camping

9 sites · Lodging46 acres · Stone Mountain, GA
Luxurious, bell tents, airstream and treehouse available on our unexpected waterfront oasis in the heart of Stone Mountain. Everything you need right at your finger tips- breathtaking sunset views, 46 private acres with 8 acre lake, wildlife, indoor fireplace, fire pit, paddle boards, kayaks, boats and firewood available. We are a short drive to Stone Mountain park or you can explore the historic Stone Mountain quarry on site. Let us know if we can make your experience more magical and/or convenient!
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Regino R.’s Land

2 sites · Lodging, RVs6 acres · Ellijay, GA
Learn more about this land:This is one full hookup RV site on a private rural home. No other RV's or campers next to you. Guests are welcome to enjoy the 6.5 acre property that includes a creek, firepit, outdoor fireplace and barbeque area and barn with farm animals. We are just minutes away from all area attractions including vinyards, orchards, trails, waterfalls, antiques and more!
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Iremide Family Farm

3 sites · Lodging, Tents28 acres · Fairburn, GA
Come enjoy our 28 acres of serene retreat-like site nestled in the heart of nature. This is a quiet getaway from the hustle and bustle of the world or just the perfect night of romance and alone time. You can also request on-site catering with your stay. The possibilities are endless
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Bishop Creek

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Summerville, GA
Nestled along the tranquil banks of the Armuchee Creek, offering breathtaking views of nature's splendor. Located near the Oconee-Chattahoochee National Forest, our campground is an oasis for outdoor enthusiasts seeking an authentic and immersive experience in the heart of Georgia's natural beauty. Pitch your tent or park your RV in our rustic campground, where you'll find yourself surrounded by the soothing sounds of the flowing creek and the sights of verdant forests. Wake up to the melodies of chirping birds and the gentle rustling of leaves, embracing the tranquility that only nature can provide. As a camper, you'll have direct access to the Armuchee Creek, inviting you to spend your days fishing for a variety of freshwater species or taking a refreshing dip in the cool, clear waters. Feel the stress melt away as you immerse yourself in the serenity of the creek, letting time stand still for a while. For those seeking adventure on land, our campground offers an array of activities to satisfy every outdoor enthusiast. Embark on invigorating hikes through the Oconee-Chattahoochee National Forest, where you'll discover stunning vistas and diverse flora and fauna. If you prefer two wheels, the nearby Dry Creek Trailhead beckons with exhilarating mountain biking trails, winding through dense forests and challenging terrains. For a slower pace, saddle up and explore the forest on horseback, forging unforgettable memories along the scenic trails. Evenings at our campground are the perfect time to gather around a crackling campfire, sharing stories and laughter with fellow campers. As the sun sets, marvel at the star-studded sky above, unobstructed by the city lights. It's a moment of pure serenity, a chance to reconnect with nature and with yourself.
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Andy & Ana's Cute Little Farm

2 sites · Lodging56 acres · Ranger, GA
Our farm was once the site of Cherokee Indian villages. Prior to that, it was the site of Creek Indian and Pre-Creek Indian villages. Local historians and archaeologists share that the area hosted Spanish Conquistadors in their quest for gold. Today, we enjoy the natural beauty of the area with peace & quiet like no other place you can imagine. We are a rustic, 56-acre organic farm near the river in beautiful NW Georgia. Adventure opportunities include Hiking, Biking (gravel/MTB/road) water sports & sightseeing at local State Parks. Please Note: Bikes and water sports gear are not provided - please bring your own. In addition to our Guest House, we have ample camping space available (tent/trailer/short RV) for overflow guests. Some folks like to camp but have access to the Guest House for more indoor amenities. We look forward to hosting you!
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Camp Joe Tiny cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Suwanee, GA
One room, tiny cabin, 10‘ x 16‘ ( it's small) with bathroom , kitchenette , shower, space heater and air conditioning twin bed all in one room it's only really suitable for one person but I can provide a foam sleep pallet for the floor. Complementary coffee , hot tea, and water. There is a microwave and a mini fridge. (the Wi-Fi might work on one side of room sometimes) It is in the woods by a stream and it is right beside my house where I live. Parking is about 150 feet walk down a small hill and a few stone steps. It is not handicap accessible. 4 to 5 miles to grocery and or Target/Walmart. The Chattahoochee river and old Settles Bridge is 1/3 of a mile past my driveway. I have a medium bike you can use.
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Butterfly Farm

3 sites · Lodging, Tents6 acres · Dawsonville, GA
We have 5 acres of land dedicated to a butterfly farm and pollinator habitat. On the property is an enclosed greenhouse full of plants and butterflies during the months of April-December. We offer primitive spots on the farm for camping along with RV spots and campers. There will be a limit to the number of campers allowed at any given time. 1/2 mile down the road is the beautiful Etowah River with hiking, tubing and swimming. 6 miles from downtown Dahlonega and 6 miles from Dawsonville, this is the perfect place to come hang out and be convenient to both towns.
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Timberline Glamping at Amicalola Falls

6 sites · Lodging1 acre · Dawsonville, GA
Amicalola Falls State Park is located at the southernmost point of the Appalachian Trail and possess Georgia’s tallest waterfall. Choose to relax at your glamping site or take part in recreation opportunities like hiking, zip-line, and archery. There are a variety of hikes available within the park. Explore the nearby towns of Ellijay, Blue Ridge, Dahlonega and Dawsonville. Wineries, river tubing, gold mining, restaurants, and shopping within 15-20 minutes. Bring everything you need to cook your meals at the campsite, or enjoy a meal with a stunning view at the restaurant at the Amicalola Falls Lodge. Our Accommodations DELUXE SAFARI TENTS •King bed •2 bunk beds •Keurig Coffee maker •Mini fridge •Rugs, lamps, diffusers, and other home decor •Electrical outlets to charge your devices •Ceiling Fan, Residential A/C & Heating Unit. •Your Glampsite will also include hammocks, a wood fire ring, charcoal grill with a cooking grate, string lights, 2 camp chairs, and a picnic table. Double Safari Tents •Two Queen Beds (Can add up to two twins for an additional cost to achieve sleeping for 6) •Keurig Coffee maker •Mini fridge •Rugs, lamps, diffusers and other home decor •Electrical outlets to charge your devices •Ceiling Fan, Residential A/C & Heating Units. •Your Glampsite will also include hammocks, a wood fire ring, a charcoal grill with a cooking grate, string lights, 2 camp chairs, and a picnic table. All sites are within 25-100 yards of a bathhouse that has 6 private bathrooms (4 with showers). Combining luxury and the great outdoors, our extra spacious completely furnished Safari Tents give large families or groups of friends the extra space they need to glamp in comfort.
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Glamping in Allatoona Lake guide

Overview

With more than 12,000 surface acres and 270 miles of shoreline, Lake Allatoona is a water paradise. More than 20 public recreation areas with ramps and launches and eight commercial marinas offer easy boat access to the lake, while an abundance of shoreline fishing and jetties draw anglers to the well-stocked lake. Swimming, paddling, and other water sports are also popular. On land, visitors can go hiking, biking, wildlife spotting, and hunting through the surrounding rolling hills and thick hardwood forests. More than a dozen public and private campgrounds make it easy to stay around the lake, whether you prefer tent camping, RV camping, or cabins.

Where to go

North Allatoona Lake

The US Army Corps of Engineers Upper Stamp Creek and McKaskey Creek campgrounds can be found near the central northern branches of Allatoona Lake, near Corbin. The two campgrounds are located near boat ramps and swimming beaches, and together offer 80 campsites for tents and RVs, with water and electric hookups, picnic tables and dump stations. Barstow County’s Gatewood Park also offers tent and RV sites, and includes a boat ramp, swim area, and picnic shelters.

Central Allatoona Lake

Just east of Cartersville, Red Top Mountain State Park is centrally located on a peninsula between two arms of the lake. The popular park offers more than 15 miles of hiking and biking trails, boat ramps and docks, playgrounds, picnic areas, and more than 100 options for staying overnight, including walk-in campsites, tent, trailer, and RV sites with electric hookups, cottages, and a yurt.

South Allatoona Lake

The southern branches of the lake have the most options for campers. The largest is the Corps of Engineer McKinney Campground, with 150 tent and RV sites, some lakefront. Nearby, the county-run Clark Creek North Campground offers all waterfront tent and RV sites, with a dock and swim beach, while Clark Creek South Campground has a boat launch. Several private campgrounds also include cabins and cottages. The Corps of Engineer operate the Old Highway 41#3 Campground, the southernmost of the lake campgrounds, near Acworth.

East Allatoona Lake

Three Corps of Engineer campgrounds let campers stay along the eastern shores of the lake, near Woodstock and Holly Springs. Sweetwater Campground, at the northern end, offers 150 tent and RV sites, including lakefront sites, while Victoria Campground and Payne Campground together offer more than 130 sites for tents and RVs. All campgrounds are located near docks and swimming beaches, and include fire rings, picnic areas, and dump stations.

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