Yurt Camping at Georgia State Parks
High Falls State Park
-- Between Atlanta and Macon
Red Top Mountain
-- Lake Allatoona
Fort Yargo State Park
Cloudland Canyon State Park
Northeast Ga. Mnts.
Tugaloo State Park
- Lake Hartwell
A Unique and Cozy "Camping" Experience
Want to spend the weekend in the woods but don't want to pitch a tent or haul an RV? Try camping in a yurt.
Think of a yurt as a tent that is already set up for you. Made of wood and canvas, they feature a deck, picnic table and grill/fire ring outside. Inside you will find furniture to sleep six, electrical outlets, large windows and locking doors. A water spigot is located outside. All you need to bring are sleeping bags or linens, cooking utensils, a cooler, food, and family or friends.
Bathhouse with hot showers is within walking distance.
A fire ring/grill and picnic table are provided outside. Cooking is not allowed inside the wooden yurt.
Maximum stay is 14 nights.
Maximum occupancy is six people (five at High Falls). Bunk mattresses and convertible couches included.
Pets are not allowed in or around yurts.
A ceiling fan, small heater and screened windows are provided. Please do not bring portable air conditioners. Portable fans and space heaters are allowed.
Quiet hours are enforced from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Cloudland Canyon State Park - 10 yurts
122 Cloudland Canyon Park Road
Rising Fawn, GA 30738
High Falls State Park - 6 yurts
76 High Falls Park Drive
Jackson, GA 30233
Red Top Mountain State Park - 1 yurt
50 Lodge Road, S.E.
Cartersville, GA 30121
Fort Yargo State Park - 6 yurts
210 S. Broad Street
Winder, Georgia 30680
Tugaloo State Park -- 6 yurts
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