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Tallulah River Campground

Southern Blue Ridge Mountains, Georgia

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  • Tallulah River Campground picnic tables with the bathrooms in the background on a wet, cloudy morning.- Tallulah River Campground
  • The Tallulah River flowing around a bend after heavy rainfall.- Tallulah River Campground
  • Tallulah River Campground.- Tallulah River Campground
  • The sun rises behind the clouds on a wet morning. Tallulah River Campground.- Tallulah River Campground
  • Entrance road to Tallulah River Campground with the bear-proof trash receptacles. - Tallulah River Campground
  • Camp information boards. Camp fees are deposited here. Tallulah River Campground.- Tallulah River Campground
  • Tree leaning over the swollen Tallulah River. Tallulah River Campground.- Tallulah River Campground
  • Campsites 4, 3, and 2. The campsites are modestly spacious and private. Tallulah River Campground.- Tallulah River Campground
  • Tallulah River Campground.- Tallulah River Campground
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Open year round. Swimming. Fishing. Nearby hiking.
Cons: 
Remote. No showers.
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Region:
Southern Blue Ridge Mountains, GA
Access: 
Vehicle
Managed by: 
US Forest Service
Price per night (basic site): 
15.00 $ (12.59 €)
Congestion: 
Occasionally full
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Year round: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Park entrance fee
Preferable Season(s):
Fall, Summer, Spring, Winter
Reservations possible: 
No
Total number of sites: 
16
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Nestled alongside the picturesque Tallulah River, deep in the rugged mountains of the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Tallulah River Campground makes a perfect spot to pitch a tent or park the RV. Unlike the nearby Sandy Bottoms and Tate Branch campgrounds, which are both closed for the winter season, the Tallulah River Campground is open for enjoyment year round.

Bring along a fishing pole; the Tallulah River is routinely stocked with rainbow trout. For hikers looking for beautiful mountain day hiking, the Coleman River Trail and Scenic Area is a stone’s throw away. And don’t forget to bring a swimsuit for the countless opportunities to cool off in the river and swimming holes nearby.

This pet-friendly campground offers 16 large, first-come, first-serve tent or RV sites. There are no RV hookups, but there are three RV pull throughs. Each campsite has a large gravel pad, picnic table, fire ring, lantern pole, and is surrounded by trees. Amenities include drinking water available via six water spigots, bear-proof trash receptacles, and two pit toilets. The cost to spend a night here is $15, but the fresh air and stunningly panoramic mountain scenery is nothing short of priceless.

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