Campground & Recreation Area

Morganton Point

475 Lake Drive
Morganton, GA 30560

Open year-round (limited services November – early April)
Gates close at 10:00pm

CANNOT be made by calling the office. Call the reservation line 877.444.6777, use the reserve link below, or follow this step-by-step guide.
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Check out some of the best camping, kayaking, and canoeing that North Georgia has to offer.

Morganton Point Recreation Area sits on the shores of Lake Blue Ridge – a 3,290-acre lake that boasts 60 miles of shoreline and ample outdoor activities such as kayak rentals and stand-up paddle boards. The day use area offers secluded swimming, hiking trails, picnicking, boating and fishing. Looking to spend the night? Morganton Point Campground provides over 40 campsites, including group camping and walk-in opportunities.

Visit The Point

Located at the beach and boat ramp area within Morganton Point, The Point is your source for snacks, souvenirs, lakefront beach access and best of all, kayak and paddleboard rentals. It’s an easy walk from anywhere in the campground! (Open seasonally)

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Standard/Interagency & Senior

Standard Campsite includes parking for 2 vehicles – $26/$13
Standard Campsite (Electric) includes parking for 2 vehicles- $31/$19
Standard Campsite (+ 50 amp Electric & Water) includes parking for 2 vehicles – $39/$26
Standard Campsite (Full Hook-Up) includes parking for 2 vehicles – $36/$24
Double Campsite (10 persons & 4 vehicles) – $50

Paid Amenities:

Season Pass – $50 up to 4 people/$25 up to 4 people
Day Use — $5 per person/$2.50 per person
Day Use – Busses & Vans – $5 per vehicle + $2 per person
Extra vehicle parking fee – $5 per vehicle per day
Small Picnic Pavilion – $40
Boat & Trailer Launch — $5
Dump Station (Non-Registered Campers) — $10
Showers for Non-Registered Campers (7am-8pm)— $5 per person


Season passes are available. Click here to purchase.


Take U.S. Highway 515 north from Blue Ridge for 4 miles to Georgia Highway 60. Turn right (southwest) and continue 3 miles to the town of Morganton. In Morganton, turn right on County Road 616 (Lake Drive) and proceed for 1 mile. To enter the campground, take the first left after the Morganton Point entrance sign.

FIND Your Next Adventure

  • The Point: Snacks, Souvenirs, Supplies (Open Seasonally)
  • 43 Total Campsites
  • 25 RV Sites with 50/30 Amp Electric and Water
  • 15 Standard Sites
  • 2 Double Sites
  • 7 Walk-in Sites
  • Picnic Tables
  • Fire Rings & Grills
  • Beach Access
  • Boat Launch
  • Showers, Flush Toilets, and Water Available
  • Dump Station
Things to Do…
  • Swimming
  • Boating
  • Picnicking
  • Kayak & Paddleboard Rentals
  • Hiking Trails
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