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.
Places to see near Burton's Beautiful Hollow
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Camping with 2 dogs off leash
Probably my most favorite place. We had the camp sites to ourselves and loved every single minute. The area is flat. Plenty of room for everything. Plenty of firewood. The dogs were off leash and they absolutely loved it. Bring your bugspray though! Don't be afraid of listening to the wildlife. This is such a great place to be one with nature! We will absolutely be back soon! Thank you so much Michael!!
Great place to camp with friends
I had a great time camping here on campsite #1.
What a beautiful private spot just a close drive to Cave Spring
The creek is deep enough to have fun -- my friend and I kayaked, and he even jumped in to the river even though it was only 50 degrees outside!
The fire pit is fantastic . I highly encourage campers to bring something to sit on. There are some logs nearby that we used as chairs.
The cooking grill made it easy to prepare dinner.
I liked waking up to the sound of the rooster's crow!
I think I saw a beaver or muskrat or otter! I am not certain what that animal was. Look for fish, wild turkey, mushrooms, and the big friendly dog that belongs to the property owner.
Our van made it just fine, but I would caution drivers as they enter the property to be mindful of the driveway. It has a sharp angle of entry and a low profile vehicle could bottom out!
overall great experience :) Would recommend.
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.