Amicalola Falls Good Sam Verified Campground

280 Amicalola Falls State Park Rd, Dawsonville, GA 30534

Good Sam Verified Campground
(1 review) 4 out of 5 stars from 1 review
(1 review) 4 out of 5 stars from 1 review
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Address

280 Amicalola Falls State Park Rd
Dawsonville, GA, 30534

Coordinates:
34.562652, -84.247627
Elevation:
2,800 ft (853 m)

Open all year

Contact

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Facility

Type: State Park
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Day Max Stay (14)
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 25
Site length (Max length): 70 (70)
Gravel sites: 25
Pull-thru size: 40 x 70
Pull-thrus: 1
Back-in size: 40 x 70
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of water: 25
Number of electric: 25
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Fire rings

Body of water: Little Amicalola Creek
Playground
Horseshoes
Rock/mountain climbing
Snow sports
Rock/mountain climbing
Snow sports
Fishing

(within 10 miles)

Archery range
Fishing
Hiking
Rock/mountain climbing
Rock/mountain climbing

Military Discount

4 (1 review) 4 out of 5 stars from 1 review
Facility
4
Restroom
0
Appeal
5
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 07/06/2016

Enjoyed a 3-night stay at the Amicalola Falls campground. If I'm not mistaken it is a state park, but managed by a private company. Given the terrain it is hilly it can be a little tricky going up and down the hills and windy roads with a big rig, but it is possible (33' trailer + 20' tow vehicle). The sites are all pretty nice, private and fairly spacious. The mechanicals all worked fine. It seemed like most of the water spigots leaked at the valve, so a little maintenance may be needed there.... Read More

Enjoyed a 3-night stay at the Amicalola Falls campground. If I'm not mistaken it is a state park, but managed by a private company. Given the terrain it is hilly it can be a little tricky going up and down the hills and windy roads with a big rig, but it is possible (33' trailer + 20' tow vehicle). The sites are all pretty nice, private and fairly spacious. The mechanicals all worked fine. It seemed like most of the water spigots leaked at the valve, so a little maintenance may be needed there. No sewer connections at the sites, which is expected and common at state parks. There was a common dump station with easy access and decent water pressure for the black tank flush. The dump station driveway was pitched slightly away from drain, so I don't think my tanks drained all the way. A minor improvement would be to re-pitch the driveway to be level to help tanks drain faster. The main loop/road in the campground had quite a few potholes from erosion and chipped edges from traffic. It was minor compared to other places I've stayed out, but perhaps a little maintenance would improve the road. The entire park is very clean and well maintained. The proximity to the lodge/resort and regular activities for kids is a plus (birds of prey, reptiles). And of course the falls being nearby is a beautiful attraction. I would definitely come back for a return stay.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 07/06/2016

Enjoyed a 3-night stay at the Amicalola Falls campground. If I'm not mistaken it is a state park, but managed by a private company. Given the terrain it is hilly it can be a little tricky going up and down the hills and windy roads with a big rig, but it is possible (33' trailer + 20' tow vehicle). The sites are all pretty nice, private and fairly spacious. The mechanicals all worked fine. It seemed like most of the water spigots leaked at the valve, so a little maintenance may be needed there.... Read More

Enjoyed a 3-night stay at the Amicalola Falls campground. If I'm not mistaken it is a state park, but managed by a private company. Given the terrain it is hilly it can be a little tricky going up and down the hills and windy roads with a big rig, but it is possible (33' trailer + 20' tow vehicle). The sites are all pretty nice, private and fairly spacious. The mechanicals all worked fine. It seemed like most of the water spigots leaked at the valve, so a little maintenance may be needed there. No sewer connections at the sites, which is expected and common at state parks. There was a common dump station with easy access and decent water pressure for the black tank flush. The dump station driveway was pitched slightly away from drain, so I don't think my tanks drained all the way. A minor improvement would be to re-pitch the driveway to be level to help tanks drain faster. The main loop/road in the campground had quite a few potholes from erosion and chipped edges from traffic. It was minor compared to other places I've stayed out, but perhaps a little maintenance would improve the road. The entire park is very clean and well maintained. The proximity to the lodge/resort and regular activities for kids is a plus (birds of prey, reptiles). And of course the falls being nearby is a beautiful attraction. I would definitely come back for a return stay.
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280 Amicalola Falls State Park Rd, Dawsonville, GA 30534
Coordinates: 34.562652, -84.247627
Elevation: 2800

Directions
From Jct Hwy 53 & Hwy 9: Go 10 mi NE Hwy 9, then 15 mi W on Hwy 52 (R) Half-way between Elijay & Dahlonega. Parking fee required. CAUTION: 25 degree grade to campsites, not recommended for RVs over 30'.

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