Tallulah River Campground

Tallulah River Campground

This scenic campground is at an elevation of 2,080 feet, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in NE Georgia. Rugged mountain scenery and the Tallulah River plunging by make this a beautiful place to camp, fish or hike.

Tallulah River Campground Entrance SignLocated on the bank of the popular Tallulah River, this campground offers superb scenery and ambiance, earning it a “favorite” rating by locals. Whether looking for a place to relax and roast marshmallows with Fido and the family, or go exploring on one of the numerous adjacent hiking trails with a pal, rafting, paddling or planning on visiting neighboring sites like Moccasin Creek State Park, this campground has something for everyone. Good, hard-surface roads until you reach Forest Service Road 70; expect narrow gravel road that is crooked and steep in parts.

Campground Amenities: 17 large, graveled tent and/or RV sites (approx 10′ × 98′) positioned on fairly level and wooded forest land, come equipped with picnic tables, grills, and lantern poles. There are 3 RV pull-throughs for your convenience. This pet friendly campground has 7 water spigots, a public phone, interpretive signage, restrooms accessible to those with disabilities and security. There are no RV hookups available. This campground is accessible to those with disabilities.

Reservations Reservations are not required. Campsites are on a first come, first serve basis.

Fees: $15 per campsite site per night, year round. Free to visit during the day.

Permit Info: Georgia fishing license and trout stamp are required for fishing.