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Watsadler Campground

Located near Hartwell Dam overlooking the “Big Water” section of Lake Hartwell, this US Army Corps of Engineers campground features 51 sites with electric (50-amp) & water hookups. Many sites are waterfront with a breathtaking view at sunrise and sunset.

Activities abound on this man-made reservoir bordering Georgia and South Carolina with 962 miles of shoreline. A great post ahead.

Waterfront Sites

In addition to campsites that offer waterfront views, this RV park and campground has a playground for kids and pet-friendly sites. The location also offers access to kayaking opportunities.

The park is a USACE recreation area located on the Savannah River below Hartwell Dam and Power Plant in Hart County, GA. There are 51 public campground sites with electric hook-ups, comfort stations (with showers), a boat ramp, and a courtesy dock. Sites are spacious and privately situated with heavy vegetation between each. This is a primitive campground with no resident park attendant however, you may see park rangers or local law enforcement patrolling the area.

Crescent Group Campground, Anderson County, SC: This popular campground is a short distance from Clemson University making it a favorite of alumni during football season. The campground is also on the northern end of Lake Hartwell, making it perfect for outdoor activities. There are 79 sites, 49 of which are waterfront. The site fees are $26 per night for singles and $52 for doubles.

Dump Station

Watsadler Campground Hartwell GA offers a dump station for guests. Bring your hose and drain into the station to dispose of waste from your RV or tent. You can also use the station to fill up your water tank. There are also picnic tables and fire rings for your enjoyment.

The campground is situated near the Hartwell Dam, overlooking the “Big Water” section of the lake. Its 51 sites are all waterfront and offer a breathtaking view of the lake at sunrise and sunset. All sites have electric (50-amp) and water hookups. The site also provides shower/restroom facilities, a playground, and a boat ramp with a courtesy dock.

Coneross Park is a great choice for campers who want to spend their vacation at a peaceful campground with lots of amenities and natural beauty. The park is a short drive away from Clemson, South Carolina, and offers a variety of outdoor activities, including fishing and swimming. Browse around this site.

Pets Allowed

The campground offers 51 electric (50-amp) & water hook-up sites. Many of the sites are waterfront with a great view of the lake. There are shower/restroom facilities, a boat ramp with a courtesy dock, and security lighting. Park attendants are on duty daily.

The site is managed by the Army Corps of Engineers and is open year-round. The campground is located near the Hartwell Dam overlooking the “Big Water” section of the lake. It is one of 8 COE campgrounds on the lake which borders both Georgia and South Carolina. The lake is fed by the Savannah, Tugaloo, and Seneca Rivers and has 962 miles of shoreline.

The lake is used for hydro-power, flood control, and navigation. The lake is also a popular place for water recreation such as swimming, boating, and fishing. The area is known for its abundant panfish, bream, and striped bass. Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet and not left unattended.

Activities

The campground sits in a pine and hardwood forest beside Hartwell Lake. It is one of eight campgrounds at the lake, which borders both Georgia and South Carolina with 962 miles of shoreline. The US Army Corps of Engineers operates the lake and campgrounds for hydro-power, navigation, recreation, and flood control purposes.

While this is a great location for a vacation, the campgrounds do not have all the amenities of more modern RV parks. Some of the perks include water-view campsites, well-maintained facilities, and an environment that is both serene and beautiful. Guests can choose from 116 RV, tent, and cabin sites 20 cottages, and 6 yurts for overnight stays. There is also a more primitive pioneer campground for campers who prefer a rustic experience.

Camping at Watsadler is a great way to enjoy all that Georgia has to offer. Whether you enjoy relaxing on the shore or exploring the craggy cliffs of Tallulah Gorge, there is something for everyone at this beautiful campground. Up next is Long Point Recreation Area.

 

Driving directions from Southern Pressure Washing to Watsadler Campground

Driving directions from Watsadler Campground to Long Point Recreation Area