CLAY HILL CAMPGROUNDS
Clay Hill Campground | Lincolnton, Georgia
Clay Hill Park and Campground is located at the South end of Lincoln Co. and on the North side of Georgia's Little River section of Clark's Hill Lake. The shoreline of Clay Hill offers excellent fishing for Bluegill , many species of Bass, along with many other freshwater fish. A boat launching ramp is located within the campground.
Great location for church, civic , or company outings. This is a fairly small campsite, but the sites are big and spaced apart with enough brush and trees in between creating plenty of privacy.The primitive sites offer picnic tables, fire rings, and a nearby bathhouse. A great place to utilize for group outdoor gatherings.
The campground has 7 primitive campsites and 10 improved campsites with water and electrical hookups. All campsites are right on the water. A comfort station is located within the park with showers and restroom facilities. A dump station for campers is also located inside the park. There is also a boat launching ramp within the campground. Raysville Boat Marina is located a few miles west, by water, if you need gas for your boat.
All Georgia Freshwater Campgrounds have large expanded campsites that really allow you to stretch your legs and make your campsite your own! In our secluded locations you will truly be able to get away from it all and enjoy the beautiful natural resources Georgia's Freshwater Coast has to offer! From camping, to fishing, to endless water sports, our parks are perfect for soaking up the scenery, planning a family getaway, or for hosting church and group events. Let us help you book your memories today!
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GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Interstate 20 exit 172, turn left and take U.S. 78, 4 miles to GA 43, continue to Amity Woodlawn Road and follow signs to the campground.
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