From The Atlanta Area

Take I-20 west toward Alabama.  Follow I-20 to exit 24. Turn left on Hwy. 61 toward Carrollton.  Go approx. 13 miles to Carrollton.  Turn left at the light onto Hwy. 166 bypass.  Go thru three lights and take the next exit at Hwy. 27 and turn left.  Follow Hwy. 27 South for 3.5 miles and just past the New Holland Tractor Company take the next left onto Lowell Road.  Go 1.6 miles and turn left at the Camp Blood Sign on Whooping Creek Road.  Follow the signs to parking 8/10th of a mile on right.

From The LaGrange Area

Take Hwy. 27 north toward Carrollton.  After you pass through Roopville and just before the New Holland Tractor Company, turn right on Lowell Rd.    Go 1.6 miles and turn left at the Camp Blood Sign on Whooping Creek Road.   Follow the signs to parking 8/10th of a mile on right.

From The Newnan Area

Take Hwy. 16 north toward Carrollton.  Turn left at the round-a-bout in Whitesburg on Hwy. 5 West toward Roopville.  Go to the 4 way stop in Lowell and turn right on Lowell Road.  Go appx. 1 1/2 miles to the second paved road on the right and turn on Whooping Creek Road.   Follow signs to parking 8/10th of a mile on right.

From

Alabama

Take I-20 East toward Atlanta.  Take exit 11, Hwy. 27 Bremen, Georgia.  Turn right and go South on Hwy. 27 approx. 10 miles to Carrollton.  Continue on Hwy. 27 South thru Carrollton and past Wal-Mart for approx. 3.5 miles.  Once you pass the New Holland Tractor Company take the next left on Lowell Road.  Go 1.6 miles and turn left at the Camp Blood Sign on Whooping Creek Road.   Follow the signs to parking 8/10th of a mile on right.

The parking field entrance will be on the right and Camp Blood is down the paved road from the field on the left.  The exit from the field is at the bottom and a dirt drive carries you back up to the paved road at the top of the hill.  There is a $3 parking fee on Friday & Saturday nights during the months of October.  Camp Blood is NOT associated with the parking area and assumes no responsibility for loss or damages associated with the parking area.  Carroll County will NOT allow customers to park on the side of the road in case of the need for emergency vehicles to have to access the facility and they WILL TOW violators.  Certain people who work at Camp Blood have special handicap permits that they have displayed in their winshields to notify law enforcement who they are to allow them to park there.