Lake Allatoona is located about 35 minutes north of Atlanta, Georgia off of I-75. The lake offers an abundance of beauty winding through rolling foot hills of North Georgia. Because it is a Corp of Engineers lake you will find that a majority of the shoreline is undisturbed and is home to many types of wildlife.
Allatoona is a man made lake that was developed for flood control, hydropower generation, fish and wildlife management, recreation and water supply. The shore line covers 270 miles and water flows in from the Etowah River.
You can take a virtual tour by boat of all eight marinas located around the lake on our website www.galakeview.com.
If you would like to know more about camping on Allatoona we have many campgrounds to pick from. Go to our camping section and find detailed information, phone numbers and links to help you book your campsite.
This part of Georgia is rich with Civil War history along with the Indians "Trail of Tears", gold mining and iron making days.
Make plans to come to Lake Allatoona and find out what an amazing place it is. See you soon!