Seven Points Campground is a great overnight option for dogs. The area features miles of sedate scenery that makes an excellent playground for an energetic canine, while the lake's shoreline provides a chance for Fido to splash around and cool off. Human guests will love Seven Point's opportunities for hiking, swimming, and boating, along with recently updated camping amenities like shower and laundry facilities.
The J. Percy Priest Lake runs along the edge of Seven Points, offering guests a public boat ramp, as well as a public beach and swimming area. While the public regions here are off-limits for your canine companion, the undeveloped portions of shoreline and waterfront are free for Fido to explore as long as you've got them on a leash.
59 different campsites are on offer here, complete with modern amenities like access to drinking water and coin-operated shower facilities. All standard, single sites come with electrical hookups, a fire ring, and a picnic table. Public grills are located throughout the grounds and are also free to use. If you've got your pop-up camper along for the journey, there's a complimentary dump station as well. Prices for these sites are slightly higher at $26 per night if you're looking to spend the night directly on the coastline. Dogs can accompany overnight guests of Seven Points as long as they're on restraint and kept clear of any public areas.
Groups are especially catered to in Seven Points Campground, with a few different price points offered for sites depending on the number of folks attending. Group sites for up to 50 individuals cost $40 a night, sites for up to 100 people cost $80 a night, and any group over 100 individuals is looking at $120 per night. Note that these group sites do not offer electricity, so if you're planning an event, you may want to pack a generator.
Any potential guests of Seven Points campground should note that all costs displayed here relate to activities contain inside of the campground, and do not reflect costs for surrounding events or areas.