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Georgia: Chattahoochee National Forest / Cottonwood Patch Campground
Posted on Saturday, December 24 @ 00:05:47 CST by iljiana

Horse Camping & Trails Armuchee-Cohutta Ranger District
3941 Highway 76
Chatsworth, GA 30705
Phone: 706 695-6736

Located 8 miles east of Cisco, Ga. on Old Georgia Highway 2, Cottonwood Patch Campground offers a year-round, primitive camping experience near the Tennessee/ Georgia border for a variety of visitors.

Campsites at Cottonwood Patch

The open field has no designated campsites but provides space for a limited number of tents, campers and horse trailers. Fire rings are scattered throughout the area and toilets and drinking water are available as well. Amenities for equestrians include hitching posts and a watering trough.

The 12-mile Iron Mountain Trail, accessible for both overnight and day use from Cottonwood Patch, is a multi-use trail open to horses, mountain bikes and hikers. The trail begins by fording the Conasauga River and wanders past grassy wildlife openings as it winds its way up a spur ridge of Iron Mountain.

After changing over to a gravel road and descending to the river the trail crosses over into Tennessee where it merges with the Conasauga River Trail. After a three-mile trip upstream to the Sheeds Creek parking area the trail turns right and crosses an iron bridge about a mile from Cottonwood Patch. Day-use parking is located on the entrance road to the campground.

Directions from Atlanta: Go north on I-75 to exit 293 (Chatworth/White). Go north on Highway 441 to Chatsworth, Ga, about 45 minutes from the interstate, and continue on Highway 441 about 11 miles to Cisco, Ga.. Continue past Cisco about 5 miles into Tennessee and turn right onto Ladd Springs Road. Stay on Ladd Springs Road for 9 miles, staying right at the fork in the road. Turn right and go across a big, steel bridge and continue for 1 mile to Cottonwood Patch Campground on right.

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