Rotary

Located on Lake Hartwell, Camp Rotary provides year round “primitive” camping.

This 25 acre camp on the lake was built with funds raised by the Rotary Club of Hartwell, Georgia.

Program Facilities
15 Campsites
Large Shelter with electricity
Showers and restrooms
Swimming Dock
Council ring for campfires

Reservations
Camp Rotary is available for unit camping year-round. To make reservations for weekend use of Camp Rotary, fill out the reservation formCouncil-Property-Reservation-Form-v4 1 -Editable (also available at each of the council Service Centers) and send it to the Camping Department at the Jefferson Service Center.

Download a copy of directions to Camp Rotary.

Questions concerning camp facilities or availability

Call Cathy or Brian in the Camping Department at 800. 699. 8806 extension 103

Email at *protected email*

Directions
Camp Rotary is located near I-85 in north Georgia.

I-85 North to Exit 177 (Hartwell/Elberton)
Turn Right on Hwy 77
Go to the Royal Food Store – Junction 77 (4.9 miles)
Turn left on Junction 77 Rd (toward Payne Creek Campground)
When Junction 77 dead ends (2.1 miles), turn Left on Mt. Oivert
Continue on Mt. Olivert (there is a sharp right hand curve at 3.9 miles and it changes names to Bolman Hill Rd) to the 4 way stop sign (5.8 miles) (BP Stations on left across Highway 51)
Go Straight through the 4-way stop.
Take the 1st Left (Crawford Ferry Road) (1 mile)
Take the 1st Right (Rainbow Drive) (1.2 miles) (small white Camp Rotary sign)
Continue to Camp Rotary (1.2 miles)
Parking is 1 quarter mile on Right (across from the Ranger cabin on left)

Download Camp Rotary Map of camp.