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Your Ultimate Guide to Camping in Eatonton, Georgia

Camping in Eatonton, Georgia offers you a beautiful escape to nature. With views like the tree-lined shores of Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair, there’s no better way to relax, breathe in the fresh air, and reconnect with nature.

Oconee Springs Park

Maintained beach at Oconee Springs Park on Lake Sinclair.

Located on Lake Sinclair, Oconee Springs Park is sure to be an incredibly fun camping experience. The views from this campsite are 10/10 but we think the activities are the main attraction. The property includes a playground, a volleyball area, peddle boats, kayaks, paddle boards, and a large inflatable water park. There is definitely plenty to do but if relaxing is more your thing, there are opportunities to fish, soak in the view, or just float around in the lake. Reserve your campground here.

Located at 109 South Spring Rd. SE Eatonton, Georgia 31024


Lawrence Shoals Park

A group of friends setting up their campsite at Lawrence Shoals Campground.

Escape it all at Lawrence Shoals Campground, located on Lake Oconee. Hang out on the white sand beaches, go for a swim in the marked swimming areas or throw down on the barbecue pits. Make a reservation here.

Located at 123 Lawrence Shoals Rd. Eatonton, Georgia 31024


Lake Sinclair Recreation

Picnic area at Lake Sinclair Recreation campground.

Lake Sinclair Recreation features 33 campsites, 5 of which have electric and water for campers. Some favorite activities of this campground are picnicking, hiking, boating, fishing and swimming. This campground does not have a reservation system in place and is first-come, first-serve. Learn more here.

Located at 100 Putnam Beach Rd SW, Eatonton, GA 31024