Lake Allatoona In Georgia
Boating, camping and fishing.
Wrapped around Red Mountain State Park, Lake Allatoona is a great destination for boating, fishing and simply enjoying the outdoors. The 12,000-acre reservoir has 270 miles of shoreline to explore by boat, and in some areas, from shore. Marinas, rental boats and boat launch ramps are scattered all around the lake. Stores, restaurants, tackle shops, lodging, camping and other amenities are all accessible for visitors on a fishing trip or an extended family vacation. Pontoon boats, water ski boats, family cruisers, fishing boats and jet skis are all popular here. Fishing from the bank is popular, as are canoes and kayaks. Larger pleasure and fishing boats can launch from over two dozen boat launch ramps around the lake. Anglers will be excited to know that over a dozen fish species are available for catching. Bass, crappie, bluegill, sunfish, catfish, striped bass and hybrid stripers all perform well in these waters.
Lake Allatoona Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
Red Top Mountain State Park Campground - 770 975-0055
Sweetwater Campground - 678 721-6700
Lakemont Campground - 678 914-9181
Gatewood Park Campground - 770 387-5163
McKaskey Creek Campground - 678 721-6700
Victoria Campground - 678 721-6700
Payne Campground - 678 721-6700
McKinney Campground - 678 721-6700
Clark Creek Campground - 678 721-6700
Holiday Harbor Campground - 770 974-2575
Old Highway 41 #3 Campground - 877 444-6777
Lake Allatoona Map
Fish species found in Lake Allatoona include largemouth bass, spotted bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, redbreast sunfish, redear sunfish, striped bass and hybrid striped bass.
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Local Contact Information
Victoria Harbour Marina
1000 Victoria Landing Dr
Woodstock, GA 30189