Elijah Clark State Park

Welcome to our complete guide to Elijah Clark State Park in Lincolnton, Georgia on Clarks Hill Lake! This park is an awesome place to visit.  Here at Kemp Outside we want to make it easier for you to plan camping, hiking and fishing trips with your family, so we provide park overviews, campground overviews, campsite reviews and more for each park we visit!  We hope you enjoy your next trip to Elijah Clark!

Elijah Clark State Park Campground Review

There are 2 campgrounds in the park consisting of back in and pull through sites.  There are a total of 165 sites, all of which have electric, and water hookups.  To view our campground review video, click the image above or click here. The campground amenities are nice and clean.  Be sure to check out our individual site reviews below to see which site will be suitable for you when you plan your trip!

To book your next campsite at this park, visit the Georgia State Parks website for this park and check out the video above for our campground review!

Park Overview

Elijah Clark State Park

There is plenty to see and do at Elijah Clark!  From camping and hiking, to fishing, boating or paddling, this park has it all! The lake is beautiful and the fishing on Clarks Hill Lake is incredible!  Check out our park overview video above  or click here to see more about this fantastic park!


Hiking Elijah Clark State Park Georgia

There are 2 hiking trails at Elijah Clark State Park.  One is a 3 mile trail that travels through upland habitats and along Clarks Hill Lake.  The other is a shorter 3/4 mile trail called Hannah Clark Trail.  To see the video of our hike on the Hannah Clark Trail, click the image above or click here!


Spring Time Spotted Bass Clarks Hill Lake

Camping trips where we can take Pontoon-A-Fish are the best! Check out our video above (or click here) as we took our pontoon boat out on Clarks Hill Lake to do some fishing.  In this video we target spotted bass.

Campground #2 Campsites

Walk-In Campsites