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
- Baldridge Creek
- Bolding Mill
- Blue Ridge Campgrounds at Lake Lanier Islands
- 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.
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.