Anytime is a good time to visit Vogel State Park. In the summer cool off in the lake and sunbathe on the beach, and in the fall (which is especially awesome) hike amongst the jaw dropping vibrant fall foliage and get that cozy fall feeling without any pumpkin spice needed. Vogel is one of Georgia’s most loved parks and you are gonna want a few nights here. Choose between RV and tent friendly sites, cottages, and primitive backcountry walk in sites depending on your level of hard-corness. You will be rewarded no matter which you choose, even the drive up here is gorgeous!
Campsite area
Bring your own Tents, Vans and truck campers, Trailers, RV & Motorhomes, Cabin
39 sites
Up to 6 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Potable water available
Showers available
Picnic table available


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Hipcamper JOHN
John L.
didn't provide a recommendation.
July 29th, 2016

One of the oldest and most beautiful State Parks in Georgia. Sits in Union County, near the Appalachian Trail, Blood Mountain, and breathtaking Brasstown Bald, Georgia's highest mountain, rising 4,784 feet above sea level. Great facilities, clean modern cabins as well as CCC era log cabins, and tent sites. Paddle boats (in-season), mini-golf, etc.

Lake Trahlyta in Vogel State Park. Late October.
Hipcamper DAN
Dan B.
didn't provide a recommendation.
May 5th, 2017

I've "camped" here in the log cabins, which are incredible for the price. The lake is one of the most beautiful settings/sites in all of North Georgia. There is something magical about Vogel. Makes a great basecamp if you're hiking to Blood Mountain.

Hipcamper Steven
Steven B.
doesn't recommend this listing.
September 12th, 2018

Always too crowded in peak season. Stopped going here a while ago.

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July 19th, 2018
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Vogel State Park
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34.767° N, 83.92° W
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