The unofficial start of summer is here. That means it’s going to be a busy Memorial Day Weekend camping around Lake Allatoona.
All Corps managed recreation areas at Lake Allatoona are going cashless in 2019. Fees must be paid by debit or credit cards only.
Most US Army Corps of Engineers campsites around Allatoona are closed for the 2018 season, although two USACE campgrounds open for autumn camping on Lake Allatoona. Opening dates for the 2019 season are listed below.
Sure has been a rough spring, hasn’t it? Any day now, the sun will come out. We’ll complain about the heat, and it will be time to go camping at Lake Allatoona to cool down.
Our friends with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) have begun accepting advance reservations for all its campsites for the 2018 camping season at Lake Allatoona.
Purchasing a Corps of Engineers’ Annual Park Pass for Lake Allatoona might save you hundreds of dollars a year.
Camp, fish, hike, sail a boat or toss stones into the lake. Relax or have a blast. You can do it all at Red Top Mountain State Park on Lake Allatoona.
If you’ve never gone camping before, you might think that sleeping outside means being eaten by bears, but (most of the time) that’s not true. First-time campers hardly ever get hit by lightning or have trees fall on them. What really happens is they giggle in the dark, dine on s’mores baked over a real […]
First the geese fly south from the northern parts of the United States. Then snowbirds — folks fleeing winter to enjoy a few months of almost-perfect weather in Georgia — are right behind them, in their RVs or towing their campers. When the weather cools off, the deals warm up for campers who want to […]
On August 18, 2014, U.S. District Court Judge Harold Murphy denied a request filed in federal court on June 12, 2014, by GeorgiaCarry.org and one of its members, Paulding County resident David James, to overturn a weapons ban at Lake Allatoona. Mr. James sought permission to carry a concealed weapon on Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) property […]