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Discover Vogel State Park, GA


One of the oldest state parks in Georgia and easily one of the most popular, Vogel State Park is neatly situated at the base of Blood Mountain, within the Chattahoochee Forest. This puts it some ten miles south of Blairsville, GA, 15 miles south of Young Harris, GA, and 21 miles west of Helen, GA.

Although visitors flock to this scenic spot throughout the whole year, this park reaches peak popularity during the fall, when the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains turn a kaleidoscope of red, gold, and orange. The area is mostly dominated by Eastern white pines and Eastern hemlocks, along with waterleaf, squirrel corn, Dutchmen’s breeches, and more. The park's location not only provides plenty of breathtaking vistas, but also a plethora of fun activities, especially for those who like camping with an RV.

Some of the most notable features of this state park include a 22-acre lake, miles of biking and hiking trails, a well-maintained campground, waterfalls, and cottages. Adventure awaits, and there's no time waste, so browse the affordable RV rentals in Union County and pay this stunning state park a visit. To experience your Vogel State park camping trip to its fullest, take time to explore the many attractions near the park as well.

Getting Outdoors

One of the most popular attractions of this park is, undoubtedly, Lake Trahlyta. Visitors usually come here to unwind and relax at the beach and take a dip into the water. Since boating is also allowed at the lake, a special section of the lake is designated for swimmers only.

For those who aren't quite keen on getting themselves wet, paddling is also available. The lake features a boat ramp, making it easy to launch out and explore. If you don't have a boat of your own, don't worry — the park offers lakeside rentals during the peak season.

Next up is biking. Getting around the park on two wheels is a great way to take in the feel and beauty of the natural environment. Visitors can reach almost any point within the park's boundaries, including the mini golf course and the lake. If you don't have your own bike, you can rent one on-site.

In addition, Vogel State Park is one of the rare state parks that also features a mini golf course. After hiking through Blood Mountain or spending a hot day by Lake Trahlyta, many visitors often end up at the golf course. Participate in a few exciting rounds of golf, or simply grab some mouthwatering ice cream from the general store.

Camping at Vogel State Park

The park's cozy campground is open year-round and generally operates on a first-come, first-served basis. This means you won't be required to make a reservation prior to arriving. However, you'll want to make a reservation for your motorhome rental at Vogel State Park during the peak summer months to ensure you get the perfect spot.

Vogel State Park's campground features 90 sites that welcome travel trailers, large RVs, and tent camping. There are pull-through and back-in sites that have water and electricity hookups and can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet long. Visitors also have access to dump stations, a laundry facility, showers, and restrooms. Additional amenities include picnic tables and fire rings.

For those looking for a cozier experience, the park offers 34 cottages, some of which are pet-friendly and accessible for guests with disabilities. Visitors can choose between three-bedroom, two-bedroom, one-bedroom, or studio set-ups. Also, some of the cottages typically have a microwave, a coffee maker, bath and bed linens, and a grill.

If you're more of an outdoorsy type of person, you can opt for one of 18 walk-in-only tent sites. These offer a primitive shelter, a fire ring, and a picnic table. Pets are also allowed here, so you can bring your beloved animal companion to keep you company.

Explore the Area

When you camp in an RV near Blairsville, don't miss the opportunity to attend the Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival. This fun festival celebrates Southern storytellers both past present. This is the perfect event for the entire family, as it features musical performances and workshops as well as children's events.

The Mountain Life Museum is yet another interesting location in Blairsville you should visit. This spot provides a unique insight into the lifestyle and history of Georgia residents from days past. Explore historic buildings from the Civil War and the early 20th century, including a blacksmith's workshop, a corn-crib, and the historic Mock House.

If you're looking for something a bit more energetic and exciting, don't hesitate to visit the annual Maters and Music Festival. Here, you can explore the Reece Farm, where you can learn more about the famous Appalachian poet Reece, listen to some good music, and treat yourself to a true Southern delicacy: tomato sandwiches.

To get a better taste of what this area has to offer, head a few miles north of the park to find restaurants serving good old-fashioned Southern comfort food. A few miles south of the park, you'll find a mixture of fast food and traditional restaurants. Along the way, you'll find a few gas stations too, so you can refuel the rental RV and hit the road for your next adventure.

RV Rentals in Vogel State Park, GA

Vogel State Park, GA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Vogel State Park. Outdoorsy's Vogel State Park RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Vogel State Park are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site.

What's around Vogel State Park, GA


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Recommendations for Vogel State Park, GA from Outdoorsy Owners


Nice waterfall to walk to, paddle boat, beach swimming area, PUTT PUTT Golf and so much more....

Sep 26, 2019

Great little camp ground. State park. lots of hiking, lots of activity's.

Mar 22, 2019

Great little camp ground. State park. lots of hiking, lots of activity's.

Mar 22, 2019

Very nice place to visit, Lots of state parks around, lots of campgrounds around. Lots of waterfalls and hiking.

Mar 22, 2019

Hiking, fishing, nice campground, plenty of actives, State park, can deliver camper,

Mar 22, 2019

Hiking, fishing, nice campground, plenty of actives, State park, can deliver camper,

Mar 22, 2019

After visiting Yonah Mountain Vineyard travel only 10 min to this campground and relax in this mountain setting.

Feb 18, 2019

This vineyard is beautiful. Absolutely gorgeous. A scenic spot to sit outside and listen to live music on Sat, tour the cave and drink good wine. Visit in the warm months to enjoy the outside.

Feb 18, 2019

right on the lake, went as part of our loop and spent 4th of july here, we actually swam in the lake while watching fireworks (not sure if this is recommended but it was fun)

Hookups Sleep Under The Stars Family Friendly Most Beautiful Scenic
Nov 7, 2017