Lake Conasauga Picnic and Swim Site

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

Fifteen individual picnic tables, grills, and a group shed invite your usage at Lake Conasauga.  A grass beach and a dock are available in the swimming area nearby. **Currently there are no bathroom facilities or drinking water available at this location**

At a Glance

Current Conditions:  Currently there are no bathroom facilities or drinking water at this location due to a leak in the water system. The picnic area will remain open this year until noon on Monday, November 9, weather permitting.  If an extended cold snap occurs or is forecast, where lows are consistently below freezing for two or more consecutive days, we reserve the right to close the recreation area in order to protect the water system pipes.  Please call ahead before you visit for up-to-date information.
Operational Hours: Day use.
Reservations: First come, first served.  No reservations accepted.
Fees Effective March 15, 2019, $5 per vehicle per day. 
Open Season: Mid-April (possibly later due to water leaks)
Restrictions: Alcohol is prohibited in the entire Lake Conasauga Recreation Area.  Dogs and fishing are not allowed in the swimming area.
Water: Drinking water available at hydrants located throughout the campground.
Restroom: Flush toilets centrally located.
Information Center: Conasauga Ranger District, 706-695-6736



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