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Old 07-26-2010, 01:01 AM   #1
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Ga. Mountain fair

Traveling 441n. What is the best motorhome route from 441 to hiwassee. What campground beside the fair are there in that area. How difficult is it to get a spot at the mt. Fair cg????

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Old 07-26-2010, 06:21 AM   #2
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If you mean a site for during the fair, then it may be pretty tough. Call and check before you drive that far. It gets busy in that area duing the fair and during some of the bigger concerts.

Route wise? Easiest is north on 441 to the middle of Clayton, then left on 76 across Lake Burton and into Hiawassee. You have a little mountain driving to do, but you are going to a mountain location. I would advise against going through Helen - huge bottle neck and traffic is terrible.

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Thanks doc from nurse hammack.
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To take Hwy 76, hang a left at the traffic light with the Dairy Queen on the corner. If you watch the signs, You will see a sign for Georgia State Parks - Moccasin Creek State Park

We liked to stay at Rabun Beach (go in from Hwy 76 at the turn for Moccasin Creek... turn L at the convenience store). Wildcat 1 & 2 are also on this road ( on the R just before you turn L for Rabun Beach). Sandy Bottom, Tallulah River and Tate Branch are off Hwy 76 (turn R onto Persimmon RD). For the Mountin Fair, You always need to make reservations. (I've been told a year in advance but we never stayed that close to the fair... always in Clayton) Chattahoochee National Forest Campgrounds
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Wherever you stay, we rented a car from enterprise 706-348-8181 for 19.99 a day (3 days) and they picked us up. We didn't drag the toad thru the mountains on our trip two weeks ago.
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