Gee Creek Campground
The Hiwassee/Ocoee Scenic River State Park’s Gee Creek Campground is located along the Hiwassee River at the gateway to the Cherokee National Forest. The primitive campground has 47 individual campsites and eight group campsites all with tables, fire rings, and grills. Public water and a bathhouse containing sinks, commodes, and hot showers are located near the center of the campground. The bathhouse is available to campers at no additional charge. Also available are horseshoe pits, a playground and an amphitheater with electricity. Additional campgrounds within the Cherokee National Forest are available on the Ocoee River and are operated by the U.S. Forest Service.
Tent camping is permitted along most of the John Muir Trail above the Appalachia Powerhouse. Hiking and rock climbing available nearby at Starr Mountain. Paddling and fishing available on the Hiwassee River, Ocoee River and Parksville Lake nearby.
Hours and Cost
Open Daily: Sunrise to Sunset
Cost: Day use is free. Camping varies based on site amenities and length of stay.
Yes, on a leash
Hiwassee/Ocoee Scenic River State Park
404 Spring Creek Rd.
Delano, TN 37325