Tugaloo State Park


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Tugaloo State Park


Location:6 miles north of Lavonia (I-85 exit 173), off GA 328.
Facilities:108 tent/trailer/RV campsites (é), 5 primitive campsites, pioneer campground, 20 cottages, 7 picnic shelters, group shelter, hiking trails (4 miles), lake, swimming beach and bathhouse, 2 boat ramps, canoe rentals (seasonal),tennis courts, miniature golf course.
Activities:Camping, fishing, sailing, boating, canoeing, swimming, water-skiing, hiking, tennis, volleyball, horseshoe pitching, miniature golf.
Special Features:The name "Tugaloo" comes from an Indian name for the river that flowed here prior to the construction of Hartwell Dam. The park is situated on a rugged peninsula that juts into 55,590-acre Hartwell Reservoir. Fishing is excellent year round, and largemouth bass are plentiful.
Address:1763 Tugaloo State Park Rd
Lavonia, GA 30553

Phone:706-356-4362
Web: gastateparks.org/info/tugaloo
Size: 393 acres.

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