Outside of Atlanta, Georgia, you'll find the city of Woodstock -- a buzzing little metropolis filled with fun things to do. Outside of Woodstock, you'll find Allatoona Lake, and trust us, you can't miss it -- it's huge! Not only does the body of water boast 270 miles of shoreline, but it's also the focal point for Victoria Campground, a mid-sized facility with everything you need for a good time out in the woods.
The grounds offer 74 campsites, many of which offer hookup options. Each lot also contains a picnic table and a fire ring, along with drinking water close by. For those with a trailer or RV, a dump station is provided on-site. Hosts are there to help campers 24/7, although you should note that the campsite enforces a rather strict gate rule prohibiting folks from coming in or leaving after 10:30 pm in the summer months and 9 pm all other times of the year. Prices to stay here start at $28 per night for a basic site and jump to $32 for a lot with hookups.
Allatoona Lake is the perfect place to splash around, and the boat ramp makes it simple to get out on the water. Anglers will love trying their luck at this well-stocked area, filled to the brink with gar, catfish, bass, and crappie. When you're not in the water, you can sunbathe at the nearby beach or explore the surrounding woods with your woofer in tow. Just a short walk away, you can access a small restaurant and bar -- which makes for a great way to end your day of fun in the sun!
While most dogs are welcomed into this campground, the management here is not keen on letting certain breeds enter. It's probably best to call ahead and make your case on why your affectionate Pitty or scaredy-cat Dobe should be able to come along with you. If you get the go-ahead, all you need to do is keep your pooch on-leash, out of buildings, and make sure their messes are cleaned up.
For an ideal getaway out of the city, check out Victoria Campground!