Carters Lake: Woodring Campground Area

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Chatsworth, Georgia

Carters Lake: Woodring Campground Area is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Chatsworth, Georgia that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and fishing and is best used from February until November.

Length4.2 miElevation gain554 ftRoute typeOut & back
FishingHikingPaddle sportsWalkingLakeNo dogs
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cyd Wandia
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Hiking
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Brittany Jackson
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CampingNo shade

Camping next to the water was amazing. kayak fishing was a lot of fun, but find a parking spot after putting the kayaks near the water was a nightmare. But all and all perfect!

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Cathe Clardy
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Hiking

This is not a trail, more of a walk beside the road. Not what I was hoping for at all

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D.Smallwood Smallwood
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Camping

recommend this place to all.....great view and camping area! kept clean and convenient to beach area and walking trail.

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kelly Meyrose
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Walking

wanderlust with my soul mate, early April, weather was warm, trees budding, boats on water. easy trail, we decided to go off the trail and set up for lunch. spotted a woodpecker. breathtaking views!

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Andy Persons
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Wouldn't really consider it to be a trail, but the view is breathtaking (even for the drive to and from the site). I went and no one was there. If you're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of society, this is definitely the place. You can actually access the water from multiple areas. I recommend bringing a fishing pole!

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Jason Flatt
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Hiking
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Pat Robertson
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Hiking
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Leslie Sprites
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Hiking
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Aaron Walker
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Camping
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Kevin Caslow
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Paddle sports
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Rodney Janow
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Charles Wiesneth
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