Camping on Lake Lanier is more than “heaven on earth,” it’s also a bit of heaven on the lovely shores of one of America’s most popular lakes.
Lanier is a great place to stay, whether in a cabin, RV or tent. There are 12 campgrounds around the lake offering everything from luxurious lakeside locations to primitive, back-to-nature camping on Lake Lanier.
Camping on Lake Lanier
- Bald Ridge Creek
- Bolding Mill
- Blue Ridge Campgrounds at Lake Lanier Islands
- Don Carter State Park
- Duckett Mill
- Old Federal Park
- River Forks
- Shady Grove
- Shoal Creek
- Toto Creek
- War Hill
Camping doesn’t have to be “roughing it.” You don’t have to get dirty, build a fire or fight ravenous bears. All you have to do is spend a night or two at one of the stunningly beautiful sites on Lake Lanier — any way you would like.
Even campsites that are labeled as “primitive” are cozy with nearby restrooms.
Sites for camping of all sorts are all around the lake. You won’t have to look to far to find just what you’re looking for.