Elijah Clark State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 175
About: Located on the western shore of 70,000-acre Clarks Hill Lake, this park is named for a frontiersman and Georgia war hero who led pioneers during the Revolutionary War. A recreated log cabin museum displays furniture, utensils and tools circa 1780 and is open on weekends April through November. Visitors can also view the graves of Clark and his wife, Hannah.
Anglers and boaters will especially enjoy the park’s location on the second largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi River. Cottages and walk-in tent sites are located on the lake’s edge. The spacious campground has RV/tent sites near the water or nestled into the forest.
* 447 Acres
* 165 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites
* 10 Walk-in Tent Campsites
* 20 Cottages #1 and #11 are dog friendly (max 2)
* 4 Picnic Shelters
* 2 Group Shelters seat 70 and 175
* Pioneer Campground
* Swimming Beach
* Log Cabin Museum
* Fishing Pier
* Boating and Skiing - 4 ramps
* Fishing - cleaning station, accessible dock
* Lake Swimming
* Hiking - 3.75 miles of trails of nature trails
* Miniature Golf ($3)
Directions: Located 7 miles northeast of Lincolnton on U.S. Hwy. 378.
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