Since our campground is one-of-a-kind, we’ve compiled a list of our most Frequently Asked Questions to give prospective RV or tent campers the most accurate information prior to their visit to our state park campground.
The campground quiet time runs from 10 p.m. until 7 a.m.
No, we currently do not lock the campground’s main gates at night.
The hill is steep. At times it can have up to a 25% grade. We recommend coming prepared to use a low gear and travel at the park speed limit of 15 mph. Know your vehicle’s towing capacity and state of repair before attempting the climb.
The speed limit inside the campground is 5 mph. Travel is directional, in a counter-clockwise manner. Please follow all posted road signs and beware of pedestrian traffic and wildlife activity.
Approximately 12.2 miles away, at the intersection of Clear Creek Road and HWY 52 in East Ellijay, GA, you should be able to find what you need.
The type of wildlife on display at Amicalola Falls State Park is dependent on the season. One can expect to encounter deer, raccoon, opossum, owl, hawk, snake, black bear and squirrel to name a few of our woodland residents.
No, there is no direct hiking trail available from the campground to the falls. We recommend driving to the top of the falls from the campground. If you do hike to the falls using one of our other accessible hiking trails, it is recommended that you obtain a copy of our Georgia State Parks Map, available at the lodge and Visitor Center, before any hiking activities to prevent becoming disoriented or lost.
No. Buying firewood where you burn it is required by the Georgia Forestry Commission and the US Forest Service to prevent the spread of tree-killing insect infestations and diseases, like the emerald ash borer, the gypsy moth, the redbay ambrosia beetle or the Sirex woodwasp. More info here. In order to remain compliant with these standards, we have firewood available for purchase from local firewood suppliers at both the Visitor Center and the lodge.
Please see the site description and measurements that are available on the park map. Simply click on the campsite area in the top left-hand corner to activate the interactivity and then you will have the ability to click on any of the numbered campsites in order to see a picture, description and measurements.
Please go to the lodge to check in and purchase local firewood from the reception desk.
Yes, of course. Please note that Georgia law requires bicycle riders 15 years of age or younger to wear a helmet when riding.
We are a pet-friendly State Park as long as your pets are friendly and always kept on a short, sturdy leash. Please be courteous to other patrons and be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of our park and trails by cleaning up after your animals.
Please feel free to contact us at (706) 344-1500 or toll free at (800) 573-9656 for any additional questions you may have or to reserve your campsite for an upcoming visit. Check out our Spring Camping Tips if planning your visit in March or April.