• Georgia Campgrounds,  Vogel State Park

    Vogel State Park – 45

    3.16.18-3.18.18 Is it possible to have too much room at a site? Contrary to some opinions, sites at Vogel can be rather large. We stayed at a site one over from our last time here [First Trip to Vogel] because this one was a pull thru. Thanks to the new reservation process we knew exactly what we were getting. Site 45 was even level side to side, just had to lower the front. For more details on the campground/parkā€“make sure to check out our first trip to Vogel. You can’t pick your neighbors though. The site was much closer to the road than the back-in sites at the creek. A…

  • Georgia Campgrounds,  Vogel State Park

    Vogel State Park

    8.11.17-8.13.17 What truly sold me on purchasing the camper was being able to take our dogs with us everywhere we went. This was the second trip we went on that served a different purpose besides exploring and relaxing, (the first one being McDowell Nature Preserve Campground for a birthday.) We were heading up to Vogel State Park in Blairesville, GA for a wedding at Kaya Vineyard. Vogel State Park has come to be one of my favorite state parks in Georgia. Located at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forrest there is plenty of hiking and SO many waterfalls. Our visit was too early for the fall…