Spend A Night In Georgia Camping On A Dock Right On The Edge Of A Swamp

Wilderness camping is a new phenomenon in Georgia, although some have been doing it for years. Rather than hitching up at a primitive site, or a waterpark campground with amenities galore, we have a natural area where you can spend the night completely undisturbed, surrounded by Georgia nature. Grab the whole family because this is one overnight dock camping trip they will not want to miss.

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Ready to plan the summer trip of a lifetime? Reservations must be made in advance to take part in the Okefenokee Wilderness Camping, and permits must be purchased in order to participate. To find all the rules and reservation information, visit the website here. You can also check out the Facebook Page for more photos of the preserve!

To find the address of the preserve entrance, see below:

2700 Suwannee Canal Rd, Folkston, GA 31537-7906

Have you ever participated in the Wilderness Camping at Okefenokee? Share with us your experience in the comments section!