23 Parks near Blue Ridge, Georgia
Blue Ridge, Georgia (map) | (706) 632-5010
Sites: 26 | Latest Rate: $45.00 | 4 Reviews
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Looking for trashy appearance, steep bumpy roads, soggy uneven sites, overflowing garbage cans, 8 barking dogs, swim pool that resembles pond, laundry facilities that are broken all at outrageous prices then you will love this place.
Prices posted on Web will not reflect true price! Pull thru sites too steep, rough to pull thru! - Cat Woods
Jul 2014 - $30.00
We found this to be an ideal site. The owner is friendly and laid back. He doesn't ask for a deposit and allows pets. My wife had back surgery and we had to cancel last-minute and manager was very nice about it. The location is close to a lake and marina. We went over the 4th of July and enjoyed the best fireworks we've ever seen at the marina. The campsite is quiet at night. We made a campfire and sat around with friends and had a great time. The pool is a bonus. It's a great pool and we enjoyed a swim in the afternoons. The site is close to downtown Blue Ridge, Merciers Orchard, hiking, etc. We found the campsite easy to get in and out of, and close to a lot of fun activities. We're from Atlanta so it's a great getaway any time of the year. - Camp-happy
Mar 2013 - $35.00
All I can say about this park is that it could be great with some work. The owner was very helpful and friendly. It looks like there are several permanent residents, but overall the campground is quiet and clean. Super great location for visiting the town of Blue Ridge to Ride Train to Copperhill, TN and Macaysville, GA. Actually, there is a lot to see and do in town of Blue Ridge. We would stay here again, just for that reason. Yes, there was mud & rocks, but hey we're camping here-not a luxury resort. - Wren
Mar 2013 - $40.00
135 degree turn into the driveway from two lane mountain road when approaching from Blue Ridge, GA, but manageable. Friendly manager, paved drive and road past the lodge rooms. It is then mostly gravel though muddy areas when wet. Park is on a ridge top and views are spectacular though windy. Sites close together, good utilities, and about 50% permanent residents who are very friendly. Open year around and nicest RV park close to Blue Ridge, GA. - Ric R
Jun 2016 - $18.00
This is old Federal park on Lake Blue Ridge that has been recently refurbished. New bath house and new dump station. Some sites have had new fixtures installed, tables, water, electrical but not all campsites. This campground is better suited for smaller to average size campers and motor homes.
Host were great and very helpful, managed by Cradle of Forestry. Saw some negative reviews on host; these are absolutely not true. They were very friendly.
Many nearby outdoor activities, mountain trails, water falls, kayaking on Toccoa River, longest swinging bridge east of MS.
There is beach and boat landing but they are separate from campground but very nearby - within easy walking distance.
Not open year round. - Buckskin
Aug 2007 - $34.00
Camp Cherry Log was a very enjoyable side trip on our route to our family vacation in Florida this year... The area was scenic and beautiful and the park attendants were sooooo friendly. We didn't spend much time at the park itself because this was only a 1-day stopover and we spent a great deal of time in town, taking a scenic railway tour among other touristy things to do. Very pleasant experience nonetheless and we would recommend to anyone without hesitation. - jetsfan1234
Oct 2006 - $25.00
This campground is in a beautiful and remote area which appealed to us. It is an old campground though with very narrow sites unsuitable for rigs with slide outs. Our 27 foot fifth wheel with one slide out would not fit and we ended up leaving. - Ruth Baker
Jun 2015 - $79.00
The people there are wonderful. We arrived very late, 10 pm, and were having difficulties finding our camp site and there was staff there to help us. They have a great office/gift store/store. Our grandchildren were with us, ages 4-12, and we forgot pool toys. There were toys in the store and priced very reasonably. Campsite 124 has plenty of shade. There are numerous bath house throughout the property so one does not have to walk far. The bath house are set up as "private bathrooms". Each room contains a shower, sink, and toilet. They rooms are a little tight and could use a bit of updating, but have lots of hooks for clothes and towels. The pool is very well maintained and they had new lounge chairs. My husband and I would definitely stay again. - Living the Life
Oct 2013 - $27.00
This campground straddled a dirt road. We were in the very first campsite as you drive into the area and were satisfied with our site. It was fairly private. It was narrow. We were not able to set up our canopy but that didn't prevent us from enjoying our experience here. We were right on the stream and could hear the water rushing. Other sites were very cramped and close to the road. If we had been in the next few sites in the campground we would've been very disappointed in our experience. There were some sites that were in a circle that appeared to be a bit larger and were accommodating larger rigs. The bathrooms were fine. The pool area looked well-kept but was closed for the season. The manager/owner was very nice. I would recommend asking for site #1 if you are in a tent or popup. If you are in a larger rig you should call to make sure you can get in and out of the campground. If you are looking at the sites that are along the road be prepared to be very close to the traffic. I'm guessing that some tents were less than ten feet from the road. - Henwilli
May 2012 - $32.00
I was asked by the owner to give a review, good, bad or whatever were his words, just fair. I had an excellent time. The temperature was great, cool at night and in the mornings and warming up during the day. Pool was not open yet but he was working on opening by Memorial Day. We took the grand-kids on the Blue Ridge train during the day and the drive in at night. Also caught a couple of fish which we released. The campground store had just been expanded and looked good to me. Lots of stuff that people forget or need. The bathhouse was clean. We will come back again and I would recommend this place to others. - bphillips
Jul 2013 - $35.00
Our second ever campground experience, and wow, is it different from our expectations. It is nestled in a corner of nowhere, up and down a winding road from Dahlonega, 15 miles past Suches, which is a spot in the road. But, this place is quiet and very unusual. The hosts are very accommodating and friendly. The campground has two full, stocked kitchens that campers can use at no charge. They rely on honor jars for supplies used. There is a big screen TV with Dish in the club house. Also, games to play, fishing in the stream down from an early 1800s grist mill (yes, you can catch your dinner), well kept grounds, and shower house with supplied toiletries and towels There is coffee in the clubhouse in the morning. These are all pluses. Oh yes, there are two each guineas, turkeys, and bantams running about. The sites require some leveling, and with heavy rain, can get a little soggy. Gravel roads, grassy pads. Cell phone is nil, but Wi-Fi is free; athough, not very fast at times. We would do it again. Nice base to see surrounding area if you like to drive the mountain roads. - barefootbear
Oct 2012 - $14.00
A quiet and relaxing place, a good place to take a book to read down by the stream or beside the mill lake. I caught rainbow trout in the stream beside my campsite. They have a large community room with a great view of the old mill, the community room has a complete kitchen with refrigerator and freezer for campers' use. Restrooms were all clean. Managers were very friendly and went out of their way, even setting up an awning for outdoor cooking in the rain. Call for best route to camp if pulling a large trailer. - Ray N.GA
Apr 2010 - $25.00
This has to be the boring-est place in the world to camp, absolutely nothing to do but sit in the campground. - CamperGeorgia
Apr 2009 - $10.00
This is a National Park. It is for primitive camping. No thrills. On a well stocked trout fish creek. Located down the road from Chattahoochee-Oconee National Fish Hatchery, which is educational and fun. It is a great family environment. There are no forms of entertainment other than nature. A great place to fish, camp and hike. Very relaxing, surrounded by great people. Coopers Creek Store has everything you need to fish and the best boiled peanuts in town! - TheEnterprise
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Third time camping at Persimmon Creek but first time in a camper. Full hookups and electricity at each campsite plus there are also nice restrooms and showers. Very relaxing campground. Large sites with firerings at each site. Free Wifi. The tent camping sites are very large and well spaced. Some have water and electric. - Judi in Jax
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Persimmon Creek is a small campground that accommodates maybe 8 RVs and has about as many tent sites, located ~10 miles west of Murphy, NC, right along US74/64. It is a beautiful campground with a couple of small ponds, one of which is a trout pond. The owners are always available, helpful, and friendly. We landed here the day before the start of the Memorial Day weekend and the campground was full over the weekend, with kids riding the road circuit on their bikes almost from sunup to sundown, having a terrific time. Things quieted down considerably after the holiday weekend, so for the 2 weeks we were there, there was generally a lot of empty spaces. It's a lovely place and we'd recommend it to anyone wanting to get away.
On the less positive side, occasionally there was a surprising amount of highway noise, especially herds of motorcycles and trucks, and for AT&T and T-Mobile cell phone users there was no signal whatsoever. The campground WiFi was very weak, but generally usable. As fulltimers, we're not likely to return as it's a little too remote, but for those who want to spend a short time in a lovely place, this is definietly one to consider. - cwdavis
May 2016 - $30.00
The owners are fabulous! They raise chickens and you can buy fresh eggs. They also have a fishing pond which we didn't use. The campground is small but very lovely. Campsites are oriented around a pond. We have stayed here twice in a 40ft RV. Sites are back in and a bit tight, but not because of closeness to your neighbor. Lots of trees. Needed to use blocks for leveling. Having said that, our 4 slide RV fit well and satellite TV worked just fine. Didn't use the WIFI as our Verizon card worked just fine. Access from the highway is good as long as you go slow. Signage is there but is pretty understated. Great place to use as a home base for exploring the area. Will definitely stay here again. - Jamul
Jul 2014 - $30.00
We discovered this Campground at the Tampa RV show and were excited to find it. It, apparently, is a semi-private CG located within a 5500 acre gated development. The sites are beautiful and very secluded. However, getting a reservation was a two day event, three weeks prior to our visit. Once we finally arrived at the gate, they had our anme, but the gate guard couodn't give us correct directions to the camping area. Pulling a 36' Fifth Wheel makes it quite difficult to make U-turns on narrow mountain roads. Once we finally (!) arrived at our camp site, the water and power hookups were still under lock and key, so we waited an hour before the 'ranger' came to unlock, only to find 30 amp service, and we need 50. Although we were told they had 'full hook-up', we had no TV, not even with our antenna. Wifi is very iffy on the mountains and it too, was not available. However, the area is just beautiful. The sites could use a little care, but they were adequate. We enjoyed our stay, but wish we would have received the proper information prior to our visit. By the way, the roads leading to the campsite, although paved, are very narrow and curvy, and can look quite scary at times, especially to my wife who's my navigator. It was hard for her to navigate with her eyes closed. LOL. I would not return. - Gus the Fireant
Apr 2016 - $35.00
I stayed in this nature sanctuary of a park for all of April 2016. It is now one of my favorite campgrounds after 2.5 years of being full timers. The owner of the park and his family are friendly, attentive and overall really good people. Space! You have lots of room between you and other campers and to explore. The lake, around the lake and all the other natural areas are great for any nature lovers. There is this magical little wooded place within the park that is named, Ferngully. You really feel like you've stepped into another time in this space full of ferns, wildflowers and abundant green growth all around. There's a nice path the owners have built in this section. This park is situated in gorgeous rolling hill countryside of North Georgia. You have apple orchards all around you. Since you are in a hilly, mountainous area, you'll definitely want to have levelers. You're only 15 minutes away from the quaint, progressive town of Ellijay that has everything you could need(Wal-Mart, a fabulous Ingles grocery store, health food stores, a historic downtown full of boutiques and there's two Starbucks(one inside of the Ingles). - Cappy Jack
Oct 2013 - $24.00
Camped here in October with my RV club. We came here for the Apple Festival. The park was very nice and the people running it were very friendly. Will come back here again. - Phillip D