Mature fir and hardwood trees form a shady canopy making this a beautiful campsite. The large, flat area with little underbrush is roomy enough for many campers. Since it’s a hunt and horse camp it may be busy at times but we had it almost all to ourselves. A few people with horse trailers pulled in for day rides and left at night. Trains in the distance are the only noise disturbance. Poison ivy is prevalent.
The campsite is a mile in on a one lane gravel road with enough room to allow oncoming traffic to pass. It’s very hard to spot the access road from Route 83. From Ocmulgee River travel one mile northeast on 83 and look for the access road on the left. Camp