Camping at Lake Oconee

What is your favorite way to camp? Whether you prefer bringing your RV, staying in a cabin, or pitching a tent, Lake Oconee has options for everyone to have a fun and relaxing visit. All of the following camp sites are right on the lake, so you are sure to enjoy gorgeous views and exciting lakeside activities.

Camping at Lake Oconee

Greensboro

KOA / Northshore

Open All Year

Reserve: 800-562-2132 Info: 706-453-4505

2541 Carey Station Road, Greensboro, GA 30642

Types of camping offered: RV, Tent sites, Lodging

No matter the style of camping you want, KOA has you covered at this one-of-a kind campsite. Choose between RV camping, tent sites, deluxe cabins, or 13 authentic railroad boxcars, club cars, and cabooses that will be sure to make your stay unique.

Amenities: 50 Max Amp, 50' Max Length, Wi-Fi, Pool (5/24 - 11/1), Propane, Fishing, Firewood, Pavilion, Dog Park, Boat Ramp, Playground



Old Salem Campground

Open February 12 - October 27

Reserve: 706.467.2850

1530 Old Salem Rd, Greensboro, GA 30642, USA

Types of camping offered: RV, tent sites

Enjoy this full-service, lakeside campground located about 8 miles south off of Interstate 20. Family and Pet friendly.

Amenities: Boat Launch, Picnic Area, Picnic Shelter, Public Restrooms, Grill on Site, Water hook-ups, Electricity, Primitive tent sites



Parks Ferry

Open May 1 – September 1

Reserve: (706) 453-4308

1491 Parks Mill Rd., Greensboro GA 30642

Types of camping offered: RV, Tent sites

This full-service campground offers a relaxing place to unwind with the whole family and enjoy fun lakeside activities.

Amenities: outdoor sports area, picnicking, restrooms, ice, info stands and a dump station, playground for children, swimming beach, boat ramp, grill, and a pavilion.



Durhamtown

Open All Year

Reserve: 706-622-4108

2350 Randolph Church Road, Union Point, GA 30669

Types of camping offered: RV, Lodging, Tent sites

Whether you choose to camp by RV, cabin, or tent, Durhamtown is a great place to stay at Lake Oconee. Be sure to enjoy a home cooked meal in Bevelyn's Restaurant located in the Lodge while you’re there.

Amenities:

Cabins- clean linens, towels, washcloths, soaps and tissue. All Cabins, (except the Primitive) have a TV, DVD Player, refrigerator, microwave and H/A, pets are allowed with payment of pet fee.

RV- clean linens, towels, washcloths, soaps and tissue, hook up for 30amp or 50amp RVs. Power, water, sewer and trash removal.

Tents- firewood and charcoal available on site, on-site bath house



Eatonton

Lawrence Shoals

Open March 1 — September 29

Reserve: (706) 485-5494

123 Wallace Dam Rd. NE, Eatonton GA 31024

Types of camping offered: RV/Camper, Tent sites

This full-service campsite on Lake Oconee is family-friendly and handicap accessible. With picnic tables, playgrounds, boat ramps, beaches and much more, you can be sure to have a relaxing weekend together.

Amenities: picnic table and grill, comfort stations with hot showers, washers/dryers, soft drink machines, ice, pay telephones, R/V dump stations, camper and boat storage, playgrounds, boat docks for camper's use only, and trails to beach and guest house, pavilions with barbecue pits.



Have you been to any of these camp sites? Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments, or if we missed a campground on the lake. Thank you for reading, we hope this post made you a happy camper!!



Holly, Lynward, Kelsey

P.S. While you’re enjoying camping at Lake Oconee, check out our dining guides to find great restaurants for your stay.