Pitch your tent or hammock in a grove of hardwood trees in a nice meadow on the banks of Lake Creek with old timey swimming hole. It is about 8 feet deep in center going to about 4' at sides and 20 feet long. Big stone grill is provided as well as large fire pit. Kindling and firewood is provided. ten minute walk to the main house for potable water and other needs. 180 acre
Pitch your tent or hammock in a grove of hardwood trees in a nice meadow on the banks of Lake Creek with old timey swimming hole. It is about 8 feet deep in center going to about 4' at sides and 20 feet long. Big stone grill is provided as well as large fire pit. Kindling and firewood is provided. ten minute walk to the main house for potable water and other needs. 180 acre farm with hills and a wide variety of wildlife and plants to inspect. Foot bridge over creek and other unique features. Camp is in rural area couple hundred yards off county road but secluded. Plenty of deer, turkey, geese, wild ducks, beaver and other wild life in the area.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Booger Hollow Camp in Georgia.
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Safe, secluded, relaxing
When you drive down Lewis drive, the directions say to turn left when it dead ends onto Booger Hollow but you have to turn right. And the campground is right there. Would have been easy to find in the daytime but arriving at 10 was frustrating.
This place was absolutely PERFECT!! Pictures truly don’t do it justice. The camping area is secluded and surrounded by beautiful trails. We saw deer feeding and baby raccoons bunking in a tree hole. There is seemingly endless space to set up right by the waters edge (or not) with a covered area that has a table and above ground grill top. We roasted marshmallows by the fire and enjoyed the sounds of cows from a nearby pasture. The grounds are well maintained and the space is quite picturesque. It’s easy to access- close enough to necessities, but a real hidden and private gem. The only reason I hesitate to give 5 stars is because we’d love to be there every weekend!!
A beautiful hollow, indeed. Spent a couple of nights with my 9 year old son. We slept in hammocks beneath a few hardwoods, close to the water. It was peaceful and pleasant. We would stay here again.
Michael was the coolest host! Very helpful and his land is incredible! He and his two sons were very accommodating and went the extra mile to make sure we had the best experience possible. 10/10 would stay here again and I recommend this sight to animal lovers and primitive campers who practice LNT!
With clear signage, a well-ventilated privy, and plenty of room to roam, Booger Hollow was a perfect camping excursion. It was too chilly to swim, but I can see that appealing in the summer. There's a BIG dog named Gus (aka "puppybear") who lives at the cattle farm across the street. He wanders through and is very relaxed. The host, Michael, was very kind and helpful! We enjoyed our stay.