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Old 10-24-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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Best campground in North Georgia

In your opinion what's the best campground in North Georgia?
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Old 10-24-2012, 08:58 PM   #2
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There are several nice state parks in the north/west area.

Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge

Red Top Mountain State Park

Cloudland Canyon State Park

Fort Mountain State Park


Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:04 PM   #3
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We have stayed at Sugar Mill Creek on Lake Burton every Fall for several years. They have a website you can Google. They have large sites, gull hook ups, and reasonable rates. They allow campfires too which is a plus for us.
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Lot of ground to cover. Are you talking NW or NE Georgia, Private CG's or state parks. Each has their own good and bad points.

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Let's start with NW GA.
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:13 PM   #6
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Fort Mountain State Park - Chatsworth, GA

My wife & I, plus the two dogs, visited Fort Mountain State Park in the fall of 2012. Great little park for RVer's, and none too crowded during the weekdays. Weekends in the summer could see high use when people come to canoe the lake or use the public playground. Sites are given privacy more by the terrain than the foliage, they have cleaned out the underbrush and all pads have power, water, even cable TV. Some of the curves in Campground B are treacherous to big rigs with inattentive drivers, but we had no problem with a 34ft Cougar. The old 'fort' at the top of the mountain is an interesting mystery to explore, nobody knows who built the fortification at all... with legends dating back to before the Cherokee even came to the region. It doesn't look like any local native American tribes' style to me.. more something Europeans (or Chinese?) would have built. Approach the Park from the west (Chatsworth) for an easier pull than from the east (Elijay), but either are doable.

I'm interested in information about the Hike Inn at Amicola State Falls Park, also nearby.. I'd appreciate any description of that park from forum members. Thanks.
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Another vote for Sugar Mill Creek. Rita and Melissa are wonderful hosts.

http://sugarmillcreek.com/

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