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We are currently looking for a friendly, energetic hard-working Volunteer Campground Host to join our team here at the park.  The Host will be offered a free campsite with power, water and sewer in exchange for a minimum of 30 hours per week performing various duties here in the park.  The host is required to be onsite at least five nights per week. The host must complete a criminal background check.  If you enjoy working with the public and fellow campers, this is the job for you.  For more information, please contact Park Manager Danny Burt at (706) 283-5500.


The Friends of Bobby Brown Park have their schedule of events for 2018 available soon

Tentative schedule of events can be found by clicking on the Upcoming Park Events tab on the left of the page!



Park Pass Fees are $3.00 per day per vehicle or $30.00 for an annual pass.  Daily Passes may be purchased at any of the green boxes in the park or at the Park Office during regular office hours.


Monday - CLOSED

Tuesday - CLOSED

Wednesday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Thursday - 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday - 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Sunday - CLOSED

*Office Hours are subject to change without notice.

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Whether your interest is camping, water sports, fishing, or just enjoying a bit of the great outdoors, Bobby Brown Park offers a beautiful, natural setting to explore.  Formerly, Bobby Brown State Outdoor Recreation Area, the park was obtained in 2015 through a lease agreement with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  The park is operated by the Elbert County Government through Elbert County Parks and Recreation.

Located on 665 acres in Elbert County, Bobby Brown Park offers access to the 71,100-acre Clarks Hill Lake (the second-largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi River).

Located where the old town of Petersburg thrived during the 1790's, the park is named in memory of Navy Lt. Robert T. Brown who gave his life in World War II.  Petersburg was situated where the Broad and Savannah rivers flow into the Clarks Hill Reservoir.  When water levels are low, visitors can see some foundations of the town.