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Allatoona Lake is one of the most frequently visited Corps of Engineers lakes in the nation. Over 6 million visitors each year enjoy picnicking and swimming at our parks, camping, hunting, fishing, boating, and observing wildlife along the beautiful shoreline.
Allatoona Lake and DamLake Allatoona features over 1,000 secluded RV and tent campsites found along the shoreline of this gorgeous 12,000 acre lake. Visitors can experience the wonders of nature, dive into water sports and generally relax knowing that your never more than 10 minutes from town. A stop at the Visitors Center will provide you with detailed maps of the lake and recreation areas and will introduce you to the history of Allatoona Lake, Bartow County's geology, the Native American culture and the Civil War.

The Overlook provides soaring view of Allatoona Lake, its dam and the Etowah River below. Hiking trails end at the river bottom. Trail maps for the following trails are available at Allatoona Lake Project Management Office/Visitor's Center & Overlook - 8 AM-6 PM (summer), otherwise 8 AM-4 PM. Open daily. Handicap Accessible. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Maintained by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this is the oldest Corps lake in the southeastern U.S. No admission fee to visit. Beautiful free fun for everyone. There are camping fee charges.

Click here for more info about the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers scenic campgrounds at Allatoona Lake.
Physical Address: 1138 GA Highway Spur 20, Cartersville, GA 30121 - Contact Address: Allatoona Lake General Information, Operations Project Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, P.O. Box 487, Cartersville, GA 30120 - Phone Contacts: Office at 678-721-6700 - Lake Elevation at 770-386-0549 and Generation Schedule at 706-334-7213

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm - Directions: From Atlanta, 45 miles north on I-75 to Exit 290, east on GA 20, south on GA 20 Spur to the dam and visitor center.
GA Lake at Dawn
State Plane and GPS Coordinates for Day Use and Camping Areas, and Boat Ramps
*State Plane Georgia West NAD83 Feet, GPS Coordinates NAD27 Feet
 
State Plane Coordinates*
GPS Coordinates*
 
Northing
Easting
Latitude N
Longitude W
Day Use Areas
Victoria
1510604.9
2159727.3
34 09 06.1
84 37 08.8
Kellogg Creek
1499459.5
162564.5
2 34 07 16.0
84 36 34.4
Sweetwater
1527272.1
2172863.0
34 11 51.6
84 34 33.3
Cherokee Mills
1512939.0
2170773.7
34 09 29.7
84 34 57.4
Cooper's Furnace
1515312.2
2124540.1
34 09 51.0
84 44 08.1
Tanyard Ramp
1487957.6
2137378.2
34 05 21.0
84 41 33.3
41 #1
1487337.0
2133929.1
34 05 14.7
84 42 14.3
41 #2
1487175.4
2132156.1
34 05 13.0
84 42 35.4
Blockhouse
1487959.1
2130138.0
34 05 20.7
84 42 59.4
Riverside
1514126.1
2122696.4
34 09 39.1
84 44 29.6
Galts
1503288.9
2151890.1
34 07 53.4
84 38 41.6
Campgrounds
McKaskey
1525764.4
2128416.7
34 11 34.6
84 43 22.3
41 #3
1488023.1
2132474.6
34 05 21.4
84 42 31.6
Sweetwater
1527522.5
2172749.9
34 11 54.0
84 34 34.6
Upper Stamp Creek
1529355.0
2141183.7
34 12 10.2
84 40 50.6
Payne
1499878.0
2159141.8
34 07 20.0
84 37 15.2
Clark Creek North
1492981.2
2140397.6
34 06 10.9
84 40 57.7
Clark Creek South
1491927.9
2140426.7
34 06 00.5
84 40 57.3
Victoria
1510369.3
2160118.5
34 09 03.8
84 37 04.1
McKinney
1496222.2
2136115.3
34 0642.7
84 41 48.8
Boat Ramps
Cooper Branch #1
1517530.7
2126673.8
34 10 13.0
84 43 42.5
Tanyard Creek Ramp
1488528.5
2137655.4
34 05 26.7
84 41 30.1
41 #1
1486998.1
2133976.1
34 05 11.4
84 42 13.7
Blockhouse
1488232.8
2130523.9
34 05 23.4
84 42 54.8
Riverside
1514146.8
2121964.5
34 09 39.3
84 44 38.3
Stamp Creek Ramp
1524203.1
2136867.1
34 11 19.6
84 41 41.6
Knox Bridge Ramp
1533600.2
2174876.6
34 12 54.3
84 34 09.6
Cherokee Mills Ramp
1513652.6
2171041.5
34 09 36.8
84 34 54.3
Victoria Day Use
1510783.9
2159201.2
34 09 07.9
84 37 15.0
Galts Ferry
1503320.8
2151299.8
34 07 53.7
84 38 48.6
McKaskey CG
1524511.7
2130167.0
34 11 22.3
84 43 01.4
Sweetwater CG
1525370.2
2171155.0
34 11 32.7
84 34 53.5
Upper Stamp CG
1529020.8
2142671.2
34 12 07.5
84 40 32.8
Payne CG
1499989.7
2160691.7
34 07 21.2
84 36 56.7
Clark Creek South CG
1492233.0
2140640.3
34 06 03.5
84 40 54.8
41 #3
1489095.8
2130859.4
34 05 32.0
84 42 50.9
McKinney CG
1493633.2
2136491.0
34 06 17.1
84 41 44.2
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