Tate Branch Campground

Clayton, Georgia 30525

Tate Branch Campground

Tate Branch Campground Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Tate Branch, a small, streamside campground, lies nestled far back in the mountains of northeast Georgia. Tate Branch flows through the campground into the unspoiled Tallulah River, which provides a panoramic backdrop for your time here. Near the appealing campground are
fishing opportunities, the Coleman River Scenic Area, and the Southern Nantahala
Wilderness."

Tate Branch Campground Trip Reports

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7/17/2009
Did not stay here as it was full. We tried Tallulah River CG, Tate Branch and Sandy Bottom camp grounds and all were full of fishing families. Campground looked nice but were close together along the river. If you go during the fishing season and when the river is stocked, you need to be there mid week to get a spot. We had to go to Wildcat #1 to find space. Only 3 stars since we could not get in.
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Trail Information

Clayton
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
18
Campsites
Fishing, Hiking
Additional Use
706-782-3320, www.fs.usda.gov/conf
Local Contacts
$14
Fees per Night
Hand-pumped water, vault toilet
Facilities

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