Located along the bank of the Oconee River, this recreation area offers camping, picnicking, hiking, boating and fishing. Five campsites with tables, tent pads and grills are available to campers. Main road through campground is paved. Some of the campsites are accessible to people with disabilities, as are the restrooms. Drinking water is not available at this time.
At a Glance
Up grades to camp sites are nearly complete. Tent pads and picnic tables are all new. Please come by and see the improvements.
24 hrs a day.
Not required,first come first served
Day use for boat ramp parking and picnic area $3.00 per vehicle
Please contact Oconee Ranger District Office at 706-485-7110
From I-20 exit 130,drive north on GA-44 into downtown Greensboro Ga. Turn left onto US-278 west travel approximately one third of a mile and turn right onto GA-15 north for 11.8 miles,entrance in on right.
Lake Oconee Recreation Area consistes of one loop with five tent sites. There are no hook ups available.
Vault toilets,mens and womens
Standard amenities (i.e. grill, picnic tables, lantern post, etc)
No. of Sites
No. of Accessible sites
Scull Shoals Foot Trail - 1.0 mi.starts in parking area adjacent to boat ramp.
This trail is currently closed due to flood damage.
Picnic tables are on River bluff
Boating - Motorized
Single lane boat launch. Boat launch area has paved designated parking for 20 vehicles with trailers.
$ 3.00 per day per vehicle
Annual Forest Pass:
Available at the Oconee National Forest District Office. Located at 1199 Madison Rd. (US 441/129) Eatonton GA..
This pass sells for $ 25.00 and is valid for US Forest Service boat ramps and day use areas throughout the Chattahoochee Oconee National Forest. It is valid for one year from the date of purchase This pass is half price for Senior Pass holders.