Morganton Point Recreation Area & Campground

Deep within the Chattahoochee National Forest in Northeast Georgia lies an incredible camping and recreation opportunity. 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. 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. The Bavarian village of Helen, GA is close by, the charming town of Blue Ridge is nearby, and Atlanta is less than two hours away. If you’re looking for true beauty, check out Brasstown Bald Recreation Area – Georgia’s tallest mountain and an incredible 360 degree view.  The Bald is only 42 miles from Morganton Point. Escape the hustle and bustle and visit the best in Georgia camping at Morganton Point Campground!  Take a look at our other nearby campground, Lake Winfield Scott, for more camping options.

Please Note: You may purchase maps and guide books to this area by visiting our on-line store, The Forest Place.

Things to Do

Campground Fees


Standard Campsite – 8 persons & 2 vehicles: $18
Double Campsite – 16 persons & 4 vehicles: $36
Group Camping – $30

Federal Interagency Senior/Access discounts only apply to single standard site rate. Does not apply to any other items or services. Card holder must be present on site to use discount.

Only cash and checks accepted at this facility.

Day Use:

Day Use Parking – 1-8 persons: $5 per vehicle
Day Use Parking – Busses & Vans: $5 per vehicle plus $1 per person
Annual Day Use Pass: $30
Small Picnic Pavilion: $30