Apr 13 2004, 10:29 AM
I am trying to find a nice campground in Georgia, preferably the Georgia mountains, with rental cabins. We are planning a trip for Thanksgiving this year, and my parents are planning on meeting us, thus the need for a rental cabin (not a rustic cabin - they would want water, electric, and a bathroom). We would need a 30amp full hookup for a 27' travel trailer. We would also have our two boys with us, ages 10 and 7, so a nice playground, fishing & other activities would be good.
Apr 13 2004, 02:59 PM
We camp in North Georgia often, and two of our great state parks come to mind: Unicoi State Park, near Helen, and Vogel State Park, near Blairsville. You can go to the Georgia State Parks website and learn details there:
Apr 19 2004, 07:55 AM
Pastor John is right. Both of those parks are fabulous. Also, Amicolola Falls-near Dawsonville, is great, too.
Apr 28 2004, 10:51 PM
Any of the State Parks in North GA would do - they are the BEST!! Just find one with an opening. Unicoi is gorgeous, and the lodge might even serve dinner- wouldn't that be a treat! Black Rock mountain SP is close to Clayton, and the Dillard House is a family style rest. just down the way. They might have dinner, too. There are lots of easy waterfall walks nearby that the rangers can guide you to. And the playground is FUN!!
May 27 2004, 07:56 AM
I am going out on a limb, but there is also a place in Blairsville, GA called Trackrock that has a camground, cabins, and lots of activities. I have not camped there but did live in Blairsville and visited Trackrock and it was always nice. They have horseback riding, a lake, etc. I haven't been back to Trackrock since we moved (6 years), but I have seen some reviews and they all seem to be positive. This is their web site:Trackrock
Jun 22 2004, 04:39 PM
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, HELEN, GA...............what a neat little town. Love it more every trip we make there.
Happy Traveling Guys !
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