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Lake Conasauga Picnic and Swim Site

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed
 

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.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: The picnic area has closed for the season.  Swim water tested for safety from Memorial Day until Labor Day.  Swim at your own risk. 
Operational Hours: Day use.
Reservations: First come, first served.  No reservations accepted.
Fees $2 per vehicle per day. 
 
Open Season: Mid-April - October 31
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.

Activities


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Group Picnicking

Area constructed in 1940 by the CCC
Reservation InfoNone Required

Picnicking

Area constructed in 1940 by the CCC
No. of Sites17 picnic tables, 2 picnic shelters
Reservation InfoNone

Water Activities

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Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
34.858910

  Longitude : 
-84.650610

 

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Link to Recreation.com for easy reservations by the public.

Recreation.gov, where the public can make reservations easily.


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