CS 19-21, Country Line OHV Campground, Tate’s Hell State Forest

While this campground, with vault toilet, has been designated as an OHV (off highway vehicle) campground, anyone may reserve campsites 20 and 21. The third campsite, 19, is a walk-in site. This site is very close to CR 67 and may make for a good stopover night for those traveling through. It is a primitive campsite, except for the vault toilet.

Reserve campsites 20 and 21 at Reserve America, Tate’s Hell State Forest, OHV Campground. When you arrive check the closest point which will get you cell connection. If you call 911, give 2000 County Line Road, Tate’s Hell State Forest, as your address. GPS 30.01140, -84.61603. First responders will not be able to find you if you just give a campsite number. Reserve America will not include this address with your confirmation.

You should bring a spare roll of toilet tissue and a disinfectant spray, just in case. Hand sanitizers are not provided. There is no water at the site.

A map of OHV trails is posted on the toilet wall as well as a individual trail information. Your machine must be equipped with a spark arrester. Other rules and informational pamphlets are also available here.

Campsite #19

Campsite #19 is a walk-up, non-reservable site.

It is a smallest of the 3 sites and will fit an RV or a family sized tent or 2 two person tents comfortably.

Campsite 20:

This is a reservable site which is larger than the walk-up site, but smaller than 21. It lies between campsite 19 and 21 — the sites are close to each other and lack privacy, particularly since many trees were felled by Hurrican Michael in October, 2018.

With a saw, however, and axe, you’ll have all the free campwood you need (2019).

Campsite 21:

Campsite 21 is reservable. It is the largest of the 3 sites and can hold a medium sized RV or trailer and a small tent comfortably.

Bring a saw and axe, if you wish free firewood for your fire pit (in 2019).

You must bring your own water. These are primitive campsites.

Pack out what you bring.

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