Bald Ridge Creek Campground is located on the shore of the humanmade Lake Sidney Rainer and provides guests with myriad summertime activities like swimming, hiking, and boating.
82 total campsites populate Bald Ridge Creek campground. All of these sites come with individual electric and plumbing hookups, but individual sewage sites are not available. If you're visiting the park with a recreational vehicle or pull camper, Bald Ridge Creek has a dump station located at the northeast edge of the grounds. There are flushing toilets and coin-operated shower facilities just inside the main gates. Guests should keep in mind that weekend spots are an additional $10 per evening. If you're coming with a canine in tow, make sure they stay leashed up during your visit. All pets are to be kept outside of indoor structures inside of Bald Ridge Creek.
Visitors to Bald Ridge Creek looking to do some boating will have a field day in the adjacent Lake Sidney Lanier. The lake features ten different marinas, one of which is located just to the north of Bald Ridge Creek. A complimentary boat launch is available, provided you've come with all prerequisite licenses and registration. Motorboats are allowed on the lake, as well as canoes and kayaks. If you've got Fido along, make sure you keep them on your vessel and out of the waters.
Hiking is incredible around Bald Creek Ridge campground, with the surrounding Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains providing some breathtaking scenery. If you're going to hike these trails with your canine, be sure that you've got them on a leash around six feet in length. It's wise to pick up any messes they leave behind as well, to avoid ruining anyone else's hike. Make sure to visit the Lake Sidney Rainer offices for more information on the length and condition of these trails before setting off on an expedition.
Potential visitors here are reminded that any costs outlined here are for the campgrounds themselves, and do not necessarily reflect costs for surrounding recreational opportunities.