Old Federal can be found in the rolling foothills of northern Georgia. The campground is an excellent area for families looking to have some summer fun. Old Federal is reasonably dog-friendly, provided you follow posted rules and keep your dog on a restraint throughout your visit.
Guests of Old Federal have a total of 82 different sites at their disposal. These sites vary in price depending on what amenities guests are looking for. Standard primitive sites are the most common, offering typical barebones amenities such as a fire ring and picnic table. Electric sites are also available for $24 an evening, featuring hookups in case you've come in an RV or pop-up trailer. Guests should be warned that electric sites are either RV or tent specific, so it's wise to specify what you need when reserving a spot here.
Potable water is provided via a tap on all of the electrical sites, as well as outside of the main restroom and shower facilities inside of the campgrounds. Weekend camping in Old Federal costs an additional $10 more per evening, regardless of the season. If you've got Fido along for your camping expedition, make sure they stay in your tent or camper throughout the evening. Dogs are expressly forbidden from entering any of the indoor facilities here.
Due to Old Federal's location on the eastern coast of Lake Sidney Lanier, the campground offers a public swimming beach that's free for visitors. This half-mile stretch of sandy beach is generally unsupervised, so if you decide to swim, you do so at your own risk. Canines can enjoy the views from the beach but are forbidden from entering the waters adjacent to the public swimming area.
All potential visitors to Old Federal should note that any prices listed here are for services offered within the campgrounds themselves. Surrounding recreational opportunities may involve additional costs.