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Navy Lake Site Allatoona, GA | Featured Military Camping Facility

The Navy Lake Site Allatoona is located in Cartersville, GA, in a 52-acre park on Lake Allatoona reservoir, just 30 minutes north of Atlanta. Navy Lake Site Allatoona is the perfect destination for a fun day on the water, open to any active-duty, Reservists, retirees, DoD civilians, family members and their guests. 



Reservations are accepted 1 year in advance for active-duty and Reservists, and 6 months in advance for retirees and DoD civilians.  It features newly renovated RV sites, a sandy beach and swimming area, a boat ramp, rental pavilion, picnic tables and BBQ pits, a laundry room, convenience store, playgrounds, and free Wi-Fi. Please note, Navy Lake Site Allatoona is a cashless location and all major credit cards are accepted.


Patrons will find 3 boat docks with 94 rental slips, a marina, water sports and boat rentals (you can rent power boats and other water crafts at Dobbins ARB Outdoor Recreation, but you must gas up before coming as they no longer have gas at the dock for purchase), and the Pine Bluff Lodge (a large event rental space).


Accommodations include camping cabins (primitive), cottages (1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bedroom), 30/50 AMP 20ft, 30ft, 40ft, 50ft partial hookups with water & electric (a dump station is located on-site), and a primitive tent village.  Needless to say, there are plenty of options.



Navy Lake Site Allatoona is near many Atlanta-area attractions, such as the Atlanta Motor Speedway, the Georgia Aquarium, Stone Mountain, Centennial Olympic Park, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Historic Acworth, Red Top Mountain State Park, Kennesaw Mountain, the Atlanta Zoo, and much more.


Cartersville, Georgia is a charming city with a rich history, natural beauty, and a variety of activities to enjoy. Here are some things to do in Cartersville, Georgia:


  1. Red Top Mountain State Park: A 1,776-acre park with hiking trails, picnic areas, and a lake for fishing and boating.

  2. Cartersville Farmers Market: Every Saturday morning, visit the market to buy fresh produce, baked goods, and local crafts.

  3. Bartow History Museum: Explore the history of Bartow County and the surrounding area at this museum.

  4. Cartersville Civil War Battlefield: Take a self-guided tour of the battlefield where the Battle of Allatoona took place during the Civil War.

  5. Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site: Visit the largest prehistoric earthen pyramid in the United States, built by the Mississippian culture around 1000 AD.

  6. Cartersville Downtown: Stroll through the charming downtown area and visit unique shops, restaurants, and galleries.

  7. Red Top Mountain Golf Course: Tee off at this 18-hole golf course with scenic views of the surrounding mountains.

  8. Cartersville Museum of Art: Discover local and regional art at this museum.

  9. Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum: Take a ride on a historic train and learn about the railroad's history.

  10. Hiking and Biking Trails: Explore the many trails in the area, including the Cartersville Greenway Trail and the Etowah River Trail.

  11. Cartersville Historic District: Take a self-guided walking tour of the historic district to see the charming architecture and historic homes.

  12. Lake Allatoona Dam: Take a short hike to the dam and enjoy the views of the lake.

  13. Cartersville Farmers Market: Every Thursday evening, visit the market for fresh produce, baked goods, and local crafts.

  14. Ghost Tours: Take a spooky tour of Cartersville's haunted sites and hear the stories behind the legends.

These are just a few of the many things to do in Cartersville, Georgia. Depending on your interests and the time of year you visit, there may be other events and activities to enjoy in the area.


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