Camp at Vogel State Park

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Vogel Park is an exciting destination for campers, imbued with the charm of Georgia's Chattahoochee forest and Trahlyta Lake as well as the grandeur of the Blue Ridge mountains.

Vogel State Park is situated at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee forest. Campers can enjoy Trahlyta Lake and hike to see the falls, explore the mountains, or just simply kick back and relax in the soothing Georgia wilderness. In the fall, the Blue Ridge Mountains transform into an arboreal fireworks show as the maple, hemlock, beech, poplar, and oak tree leaves change to vibrant reds, yellows, and golds. Accommodations include campsites, cottages, and primitive backpacking sites for overnight stays.

Photos: Digwee, Trancemist

Pack List

  • Camp gear
  • Swimsuit
  • Camera
  • $ for overnight pass
  • Binoculars
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Camping, Chillin, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Photography, Swimming

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Spring, Summer, Autumn


Easy Parking
Family Friendly

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