Victoria Campground is not far from Woodstock (the one in Georgia, not by Yasgur’s farm).
The US Army Corps of Engineers maintains 74 campsites with water and electric. Two others are perfect for RVs. Come and relax like royalty at Victoria.
Nearly seven million visitors each year enjoy relaxing along the 270 miles of shoreline. The lake is annually restocked with bass, crappie, bream, gar and catfish, making it a popular destination for anglers, as much as campers.
- Accessible Flush Toilets
- Accessible Sites
- Beach access
- Boat Ramp (free for campers)
- Dump Station
- Electric Hookups
- Fire Rings
- Fishing Grills
- Hot Showers
- Lantern Holder
- Paved Sites
- Picnic Area
- Tent Pads
- Trash collection
- Water Hookups
- Wildlife Viewing (depending on other campers)
- ATVs and ORVs are prohibited
- Check in time is 4 p.m. or later
- Checkout time is 3 p.m.
- Maximum of four visitors, in addition to the registered camping party
- Maximum TWO pets per campsite (sorry, no exceptions). Livestock, wild, exotic, and known vicious pets such as: Dobermans, Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, etc., or those that present a high risk of serious injury, are NOT permitted in the campground.
- Noise is banned between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
- Pets are not allowed in or around any buildings (shower, bathroom, laundry) or on any of the swimming beaches. Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet when you are walking with them away from your campsite. You cannot leave your dog tied up at your campsite when you are not around.
- Three cars per campsite, maximum
- Complete Rules & Regulations
- Information on fishing licenses.
- Reservations should be made at least three days in advance.
- Call 877-444-6777 or visit Recreation.gov.
- Lake Allatoona Project Management Office: 678-721-6700
- Campground map: Victoria Campground Map
- Click Here for Fees
Physical address: 937 Victoria Landing Drive, Woodstock, GA 30189
GPS Latitude and Longitude:
- 34.15139, -84.61944
- 34°9’5″ N, 84°37’10” W
Go to Interstate 575 (east of I-75). Take Exit 11. Go west onto Sixes Road. Drive about 2.5 miles. Turn left on Bells Ferry Road. Follow the signs to the campground.