GEORGIA FIRE BAN IN EFFECT ~ Fire restrictions are currently in effect that prohibit charcoal fires, wood-burning camp fires/stoves, and charcoal grills. Only gas or propane stoves are permitted. Please use caution and help prevent wildfires.
Looking forward to seeing you at Lake Rabun Beach and Recreation area in the Spring of 2024.
Cradled in the hills of the North Georgia Mountains overlooking beautiful Lake Rabun, this developed recreation area offers camping, hiking, a multitude of water activities and an opportunity to just relax and absorb the peaceful lake scenery. There are 80 tent and trailer campsites in this family-oriented setting. Lake Rabun is an 835 acre stocked lake and a great place to spend time fishing for Bass, Bream, Perch, Trout and Catfish. While you’re here, be sure to make the invigorating hike to Angel Falls. You’ll be glad you did!
Standard/Interagency & Senior Discounts
Single Campsite (5 persons & 2 vehicles) – $24/$12
Single Campsite (30 Amp Electric, Water & 2 vehicles) – $35/$23
Double Campsite ((10 persons & 4 vehicles) – $50
Group Camping – $75
Season Pass – $50 up to 4 people/$25 up to 4 people
Day Use — Parking – $5 per person ages 16+
Day Use – Busses & Vans – $5 per vehicles + $2 per person
Parking fee for extra vehicle – $5
Boat & Trailer Launch – $5
Shower for Non-Registered Campers – $5 per person
Season passes are available. Click here to purchase.
Take U.S. 441/23 south from Clayton for 5.4 miles; turn right on Wiley Connector for 0.1 mile; turn left (south) on Georgia 15 (Historic 441) for 1.4 miles; turn right on Lake Rabun Road (County Road 10) for 5 miles.
If pulling a trailer, the best route is to go west on Hwy 76 for 7 miles; turn left on Charlie Mtn. Road for 3.5 miles; turn right on Bridge Creek Road for 2 miles; turn left on Burton Dam Road for 5.4 miles. The campground will be on your left.
Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash or kenneled at all times. Please clean up after your pet!
Trout, Spotted Bass, Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Bluegill, Yellow Perch, and Crappie can be found at Lake Rabun.
Being a campground host is an exciting opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, meet new friends and provide assistance and information to visitors.