|Sarah's Creek Campground & General Information
|You will get the same primitive feel as its neighboring Warwoman Wildlife Management Area and the Chattooga Wild & Scenic River, Sarah's Creek 26-site developed campground offers a tranquil escape, a place to relax and even catch a few fish.
Campground Amenities: 26 camping sites located in the Warwoman Wildlife Management Area. Near the Wild and Scenic Chattooga River Campsites include tandard amenities like a grill, picnic tables, lantern poles, etc.
Reservations Reservations are not required. Campsites are on a first come, first serve basis.
Fees: All camp sites are $10 per night. Payable at drop-box within campground. Free to visit for day trips.
Permit Info: Georgia fishing license and trout stamp are required for fishing.
Restrictions: The maximum stay is 21 days. Quiet hours are 10pm-7am.
Open: Open year round 24 hours a day.
Closest Town: The nearest town is approximately 15 miles, or 20 minutes, to Clayton, GA.
|Water: No drinking water is provided
Restroom Facilities: 1 Chemical vault restroom facility
Passes: The Interagency Senior and Access Passes and the Golden Age and Access Passports are accepted. These passes entitle the pass holder to a 50% discount on camping fees.
Operated By: Chattahoochee Management, INC. under permit by the US Forest Service
More Recreation Activities
River and Stream Fishing - Sarah's Creek is a great place to relax and "wet a hook." Come on out and enjoy the tranquility while catching a fish or two. Check Georgia's fishing regulations before you begin at www.gofishgeorgia.com
Contact & Directions
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests - Phone: 770-297-3000 or 706-490-1246
Address: 1755 Cleveland Highway, Gainesville, GA 30501
Office hours: Tuesday - Friday at 9 - 12 & 1-4 - Closed Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
Directions: From Clayton, go east on Warwoman Road for 11.6 miles. Turn left on Forest Service Road 156. Sarahs Creek camping area is about 2 miles on the left and right.
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