46 Parks near Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia
Jun 2011 - $1.00
According to the Helen, Georgia Convention and Visitors Bureau, this campground is no longer in operation. - BigDadDogg
Jul 2009 - $25.00
If your interested in just a place to park, this campground might work. One thing is for sure, there wasn't any kind of customer service when we were there. The office is only open Thursday through Saturday. The sign said to go to the manager's trailer to check in but there wasn't anyone there either. There was power, water, and sewer hook ups and the site was level. From the looks of this campground it was built in the 50's and hasn't been updated since then. Don't waste your time here! - ranier1315
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Owner was very personable. He personally helps you to your site. Pull thru site was wide. Bathrooms were older but clean. Lots of wildlife. Definitely will be back to this campground. Nice level sites paved with gravel. - KathyMike
Apr 2016 - $25.00
The campgrounds are well kept by the resident owners. Gravel and cement pads. Full hook ups, great value. - john rv
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Great people, paved street, level sites, full hook ups with cable tv for $25 a night, this place is a real bargain. There is no pool and not much of a clubhouse but we had no plan to use either and it was nice not to have to pay extra for them. There are some seasonal units occupied by senior citizens. Very pleasant place to stay. We will return. - Tony CPA
Apr 2016 - $40.00
We stayed in the full hookup, blue section. The sites are close together but there is still room where you are not on top of each other. The site was level, shaded, and clean. Though the welcome center was close by, we only saw it open once. Maybe this was due to being the "off season." This park has great trails but expect to climb stairs and hills. We got great T-Mobile cell coverage but no TV stations. - budm108
Dec 2015 - $38.00
Once again, GA State Parks do not disappoint. We decided to head to Helen for the Christmas Festival and we enjoyed beautiful weekend with the family in the mountains of North GA.
We arrived Friday evening, easy check-in we reserved a "full hook-up"
site but our sewer line was too short.
After spending a few hours in Helen on Saturday, we had lunch at the Tavern/Sports Bar at Unicoi the club sandwich was fantastic.
Fall/Winter camping is great but this location would be excellent in summer also. We had a stream running behind our site. - mecicon
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Nice park and very convenient to downtown Helen. Service was very good although no wifi or tv signal. The buffet at the lodge is very good when it's open. - Palomino Highwall
Oct 2010 - $10.00
This is a Coast-to-Coast resort/campground. We stayed a few days at $10 a night. Overall it is a nice campground but really in the mountains so you have to walk up hill both ways. Some are very steep and when you check in they give you a map that is not that accurate but usable. At most campgrounds this size they escort you to your site; not here, you are on your own. There are activities, bingo, church meetings, etc. You see very few kids, but you see a lot of gray heads all over and they stick to the rules at the campground. We were there of the OctoberFest at Helen, which is nice but once is all that it takes to see everything there. If we are in the area again then we would stay again. - dewwed
Jul 2009 - $3.00
My family and I have been members of this park for nearly 5 years now. I understand that some of the members have been members since the park opened in 1983, however, my biggest beef with the park is that there are some very intolerable long time members that are down right rude or mean to young children. I find it necessary to write this because I can only hope that maybe one of them would read this and realize that the individuals they are being rude and nasty to are the generation that will carry this park on not to mention if it wasn't for the younger generation with children coming in and buying in they would have to pay for more of the amenities that they now get for free. I can only hope that some of these Long Time members learn to either keep their negative opinions and or comments to themselves or just not say anything at all. Everything else about this park is fantastic. I can say that if you decide to become a member you need to remember that the long time members I am referring to won't be around much longer and sadly enough that is what I have to tell my children when they come across one. Overall the Campers are cordial, but as with any other place that has been around for awhile you will find at least one stick in the mud. We liked it so much that we purchased 3 memberships so that one day we can be here for months at a time like the other long time members. The price that you pay for your membership by no means covers all the wonderful benefits you can receive from it. I am blowing off steam because like I said I can only hope that just one of those long time members reads this and thinks about how they conduct themselves in front of children and would they have tolerated it when their children were younger. - kat30565
Nov 2008 - $12.00
We stayed in off-season. Pools closed Oct. 31. Great lodge. WiFi available in lodge. All sites and roads are paved; sites are level. Nearby Unicoi State Park access is great. Community fire rings with firewood furnished. We stayed on Coast to Coast and had a $2 per night mandatory cable fee. We were given a full hookup site on the pond. Will definitely stay here again. Highly recommend this park. - 2Scampers
Jun 2011 - $15.00
I'm crazy about this little park. It's like a rain forest in the middle of the mountains. Always damp here and very shaded. The outhouses are not great and you can forget about showers. But if you're looking for scenic (bubbling stream runs through middle of campground and you can set up right on it) then look no further. A great alternative to Unicoi State Park which of course has all of the amenities. - Palomino Highwall
Sep 2009 - $12.00
This is a small primitive campground in the Chattahoochie National Forest. It is open from mid June to some time in the autumn. Flat level pads for tents and camp fire rings. There is room for parking at your site. There are restrooms but didn't use them. There is no electrical or water hookups and there is no drinking water. The campground's biggest selling points is that is right off route 75 which is the main drag. (Then again with the motorbikes and trucks down shifting it can be potentially noisy.) It's also in deep shade which is priceless in the summer. There's a creek passing through the campground. Downsides are that there may not be anyone else there and bears are reportedly active in the area. Unless of course, you like bears. All in all a basic campground convenient to many of the sites in the area. It's first come, first served. There's no reservations and payment is through honor boxes. - Picea Mariana
May 2016 - $40.00
Small and quiet RV Resort also rents cabins. Easy in & out, owner actually guides you into your site. We had a level concrete pad and even a deck. Owners couldn't be nicer or more helpful. Stayed for 8 days. Very pet friendly. Will be happy to stay again. - jockeynoboy
Dec 2015 - $40.00
This is a small (17 sites) RV Resort with cabins. Owners are very nice, friendly and extremely helpful. You are guided to your site and helped with back-in. There is one way in and out so you have no traffic except your RV neighbors. All roads are paved and individual pads are concrete and very level. We had no trouble leveling our motorhome. Cable and WiFi are available and were good, although signal was sometimes weak. This park is out of the business of Helen, but close enough to many of the area attractions. All hookups worked great, We were very happy with our stay at Creekwood and would return again. - lee72
Apr 2015 - $40.00
Arrived about 5 PM the day after Easter and was promptly met by one of the owners (owners are husband & wife). Another rig had arrived minutes before us, so the owners were busy getting them into their site. DW does most of the driving and today was no different. She liked how she was guided into the site and wants me to do it the same way from now on. As they were always working on some project, it is obvious the owners take pride in their ownership of this park. And, I think, they expect guests to reciprocate through their actions and attitudes. They are upfront about being a cash or check only park and with ATMs available in almost every store, I can't see where their preference of payment causes a problem.
We were going to spend a week, but DW, our two very young grandchildren, and me were all sick with hacking coughs and runny noses. One night I coughed so hard I fainted twice, the 2nd time scraping my arm on the table as I went down. This prompted us to head back home early. I found it very gracious that without ever being asked, owner refunded me the one night's tariff DW and I thought we would have to forfeit. If we are ever in this area again, we will stay here! - Joe-n-Doe
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Other than a few pull thrus, this is a backin type park, but each backs up to a small creek, but all are also across from a sometimes very busy and loud road, especially motorcycles and sportcars at certain times of the year.
Most sites are 30a with a very few 50a, as the park is only for 15 or so sites.
The park though is somewhat centrally located between Helen and Hiawassee, both worth visiting. The mountains passes between the two, though, can be fun to some, and terrifying to others. The road is fairly tight with many twists and hard mountain side turns. Fun. - hturnerfamily
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Quiet, small no frills park in a good location, halfway between Helen and Hiawassee, on the Hiawassee river headwaters. Clean restrooms.
Also has 3 cabins for rental. - Cat Woods
Oct 2015 - $43.00
Located a few miles from Helen and many activities/attractions. Very nice park with lots of RV and tent sites. Pond for fishing, nice playground for kids and good size fields for dogs. We stayed in lot 12 which was roomy and backed up to the woods. Staff was very helpful and friendly. - am1277
Oct 2013 - $42.00
This is our first time camping in a privately owned campground, so we were not sure what to expect. Especially since there was no recent reviews on this campground on this website. All told, we were not disappointed. Even though the majority of the interior roads are not paved, they have gravel and not bad at all. Also, majority of the sites are level and have some sort of privacy, but you may have to arrive early on busy periods to select a better site. This is important since sites are allotted on first-come-first-served. The two concerns we had were that the entire town of Cleveland, GA and Helen, GA have very poor T-mobile cellphone reception. Also, you cannot receive any TV channels with TV antennae, not even one channel. We enjoyed our stay and will use this campground next time we come back to Helen, GA. - Helkken
Mar 2012 - $38.00
The park staff is very nice and helpful. We were disappointed that the campground no longer has cable available. It was a very quite and peaceful area and it is convenient to a grocery store. - jconnally
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Every previous review, both the good and the bad, are completely accurate. I think part of the problem is that this non-profit looks like its running on the edge financially - and not always able to keep the property in as good a shape as they would like.
1) The sites are packed in like sardines.
2) They nickle and dime you to death.
3) The waterfall trails are a bit dangerous, especially if wet.
4) There is NO connectivity for Cell, TV and very little WiFi.
5) Because campsites are so close - if its a busy weekend then you may have conflicts with neighbor's fires/drinking/kids.
1) It's a beautiful place!
2) There is a demonstration garden that you (and kids) can help with - and if you pull weeds, you can feed them to the rabbits. You can also pet the cows, pigs and Shetland ponies.
3) This would be a great campground for groups. They have several gathering places/lodge etc. This property used to be a youth camp and still has dining hall and other facilities.
4) The staff was exceptionally nice when we were here, although there are reviews on other review sites listing rude behavior.
5) There is absolutely NO connectivity (cell, TV or Wifi). Listed as a positive for me: wonderful to be able to tell the office, "I'm off the Grid for a few days. Handle it yourself!"
Note: I think I'd want to make sure I have a Power Management System. If this park was full on a hot day I'll bet they have voltage problems.
Bottom line - Give it a try, get one of the creekside campsites, don't have your expectations too high. - Buddy Ray
Jul 2014 - $54.00
Be aware there are a few "surcharges" in addition to rates but it is all stated ahead. I listed $54 a night because there is an additional $10 added to the rate and $5 for a pet and an additional $10 a person for guest. All of this is on the Website so there is no surprise. We were there 5 nights and it rained most of the time - not the campsites fault. There is no pavement and there was a lot of mud. The water went out twice due to people running into water spigots. Interesting. This appears to be an older campground - the back in for our 40' RV was very tight. There are nice wooden decks next to the site but, when you run out the slides it takes up most of the deck. Most sites are not level. There are concrete pads to park your rig on but, they are more suited to shorter rigs without slide outs. As always we met a lot of nice people. We rated it OK but will most likely not return. - Larry Jenkins
May 2014 - $34.00
Overall, this is a pretty park; however, they will nickel and dime you to death. The additional people/children charge is not unheard of but you have to pay $5 per night per dog (my husband asked me if that meant they were going to clean up after our dog), plus $5/day for a "burn permit." You cannot bring firewood with you, you must purchase it from them. You pay another $10 per stay for a conservation fee. They advertise WiFi; however, it only worked about 30% of the time at our site. We had no cell phone service with AT&T and neither did our friends using Sprint. The sites are very close together and the statement about leaving things natural is not a lie. Our site had a number of trees so close to the pad that we had make a choice as to whether we wanted our awning to open or access to our outdoor kitchen (we could not open both). The campground has a few waterfalls you can hike to. We chose to hike to the 200' waterfall. Warning - Do not attempt this after it has rained. The trail is dirt which as you know turns to mud after a rain. The slope is pretty steep as you get into it and very slippery when muddy. We were told there was a "swimming hole" at the falls and you spend all this time hiking up to the falls only to have to climb down an embankment if you want to visit the "swimming hole." We saw a few snakes so we decided against a dip. I found the place a little pricey for the amenities. - Campdog41