Boggs Creek Recreation Area

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

Updates and Progress

Boggs Creek Campground remains closed. Find out more by reading these FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS about Boggs Creek Recreation Area

For great camping options, visitors are encouraged to make use of nearby areas on the national forest, including DeSoto Falls Recreation Area, Dockery Lake Recreation Area and Lake Winfield Scott Recreation Area. Vogel State Park (GA DNR) also offers excellent camping opportunities, and a number of private campgrounds exist in the area.

Thank you for the role you play in supporting our mission to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests to meet the needs of present and future generations. We are committed to keeping you informed of progress at Boggs Creek Recreation Area, and will regularly update this site as developments occur.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Boggs Creek Recreation Area is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the week, but remains closed to all camping.
Operational Hours: Day use only (sunrise to sunset), seven days per week.
Fees No Fee Required
  • Area closed to all camping
  • No RV’s or Trailers
  • Park in designated areas only
  • No OHV's or any non-street legal vehicles
Closest Towns: Boggs Creek is convenient to Dahlonega and Cleveland, GA.  Both towns are approximately 15 miles, or 30 minutes, from the recreation area.
Water: No drinking water available
Information Center: Additional information can be obtained by contacting the          Blue Ridge Ranger District
2042 Highway 515 West
Blairsville, GA 30512

General Information


From Blairsville, GA take U.S. Hwy. 19/129 south for 20 miles to entrance on left.  Entrance is indicated by a small brown/white sign located approximately 1/8 mile before the access road.  From this direction, vehicles must make a hard left turn into the recreation area.

From Dahlonega, GA take Hwy. 19 north for 15 miles to entrance on right.  Entrance is indicated by a small brown/white sign located approximately 1/8 mile before the access road. 



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