What Are Some Features of Vogel State Park Cabins?

What Are Some Features of Vogel State Park Cabins?

Vogel State Park offers a variety of overnight accommodations, including fully equipped cabins with one to three bedrooms in the Chattahoochee National Forest of Georgia. Many of the 35 available cottages are suitable for people with disabilities, and some permit pets, as of 2015. All of the cabins allow guests the use of the 22-acre lake and beach with a view of the mountains.

Traditional cabins have refrigerators, stove tops, kitchen and dining utensils, bed linens, blankets and towels. All cabins have air conditioning and heat. Many cabins have screened porches or decks, a wood burning stove or fireplace and a television.

Though often situated close together, the cabins are not intended for group use and guests are not allowed to transport furniture and supplies from one cabin to another. Group lodges are not available at Vogel State Park, but they can be found at George T. Bagby and General Coffee, Cloudland Canyon, John Tanner and Magnolia Springs state parks.

Visitors residing in a cabin for 14 nights must vacate the park for at least three nights before returning. A three-night minimum is mandated for Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Thanksgiving weekends. Guests under 18 must be chaperoned by an adult.

Vogel State Park offers boating with a boat launch, pedal boats, a picnic shelter, playground and miniature golf.