There are 11 primitive campsites in the Oconee National Forest in Jasper County. Primitive campsites have no running water, power, or bathrooms, but provide cleared areas to pitch a tent, park vehicles, make campfires, and stage all sorts of fun recons. Some are well-maintained, some are not in very good shape. Some are easy access, some are very secluded. See which are which in our descriptions of each. View our map of campsite locations here, or browse our list of them below.

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