The walk-in campround has undergone a transformation during the last six months. The point at Segment 7 used to be a walk-in campground for tent campers. Campers parked at a nearby parking lot and carried their gear into a campsite. The park has now replaced the tent camping with five ‘yurts’ that are reached along a graveled pathway from the parking lot. Each yurt is an insulated single room accommodation with electricity and a skylight and furnished with a couple of bunk beds, a futon, a small table and a couple of chairs. Each yurt has and entrance deck off a graveled area with a picnic table and BBQ grill. Each also has a deck that overlooks the water furnished with a couple of Adirondack chairs and a table. A great place to sit out.
Yurts photographed from across the lake (from Segment 13)
An individual yurt
Close up of the yurt
A yurt in fall color
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- Fort Yargo State Park: A model of a yurt is on display in the park office.
- Georgia State Parks: Fort Yargo State Park website