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Vogel State Park
Named the Best State Park for RVers by USA Today, Vogel State Park sits at the base of Blood Mountain inside Chattahoochee National Forest. Vogel is particularly popular during the fall when the Blue Ridge Mountains transform into a rolling blanket of red, yellow and gold leaves. RV campers can choose from 90 campsites with electric hookups.
While at Vogel, you can hike the park's 17 miles of trails, ranging from easy to more advanced. Go fishing and paddling in Lake Trahlyta, and much more. Nearby, hike to waterfalls like Helton Creek Falls and Desoto Falls, and don't miss the opportunity to see the view from Brasstown Bald, the state's highest point.
Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center in Cave Spring
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In the mountain foothills, near Rome and Cedartown, Cedar Creek RV & Outdoor Center offers a delightful range of experiences for outdoor enthusiasts. More than 60 full-hookup RV sites dot the family-friendly park's tranquil acres along Big Cedar Creek. The perfect location to catch striped bass and catfish, or fly-fish for trout, the adventures begin within steps of your back door. Connect with free Internet, hit the driving range, or take advantage of the fully stocked paddling outfitter and arrange a serene day trip surrounded by unmatched scenic beauty. Nearby, the picturesque village of Cave Spring takes a step back in time with charming antique and specialty shops, rich history and a legendary cave to explore in Rolater Park.
Cherokee Campground in Sautee Nacoochee
Just 5 miles from Alpine Helen, Cherokee Campground is central to many North Georgia attractions. Cherokee Campground's wooded lots provide extra privacy for the 38 RV campsites with full hookups, cable TV and Wi-Fi. The family-friendly campground includes outdoor activities on ball courts and playgrounds, as well as a recreation hall with indoor favorites like darts and table tennis.
Helen offers an authentic alpine village with amazing German cuisine, unique shopping experiences, and tubing through town on the Chattahoochee River. Take in gorgeous views hiking to Anna Ruby Falls. Explore the great outdoors, hiking, mountain biking and fishing at Unicoi State Park. And, do not miss the ultimate half-mile zipline and heart-pounding giant swing at Nacoochee Adventures.
Fort Mountain State Park in Chatsworth
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Located near the Cohutta Wilderness, Fort Mountain State Park boasts access to more than 60 miles of extraordinary recreational trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The campground offers full-hookup RV sites, laundry station, washroom facilities and a playground with easy access to the extensive trail network.
Picture swimming in a hidden mountain lake, exploring a mysterious ancient structure and touring a restored stone fire tower. Overlooks throughout the secluded park present incredible, sweeping views of North Georgia. Fort Mountain is one of many locations in the surrounding area to celebrate Native American heritage. The Chieftain's Trail is a driving tour exploring sites such as the Chief Vann House Historic Site, Funk Heritage Center and New Echota Historic Site.
Toccoa Valley Campground in Blue Ridge
Tucked into the Blue Ridge Mountains along the banks of the Toccoa River, Toccoa Valley Campground invites a tranquil escape. Thirty campsites offer charming views of forest and river banks, in addition to full electric/water hookups for RVs under 30 feet.
Discover rugged adventure mountain biking the thrilling trails of Aska Trails Area, or hop aboard the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway for a relaxing ride through mountain country. Toccoa Valley Campground also offers tubing, rafting and kayaking with shuttle service along six miles of strikingly beautiful mountain river.