Lake Trahlyta a 22-acre lake in Vogel State Park, is located along US/19/129 at roughly 2,500 feet in elevation. Lake Trahlyta is named after the Cherokee princess Trahlyta. This mountain parkland offers a cool temperature advantage during the summer heat. Vogel State Park is considered one of the finest state parks in all of Georgia. Cradled deep within a cove along the lower northern slopes of Blood Mountain, the parkland is uniquely laid out forming a mountain atmosphere like non-other.
Vogel State Park offers access to a Visitor's Center , campsites, cottages, picnic shelters, tables and grills, restrooms, showers, and a picturesque lake stocked with trout. Licensed fishing is allowed. Lake Trahlyta’s access to water recreation includes a swimming beach and paddle-boats, only non-motorized boats are allowed on the lake.