In the heart of Hiawassee, you will find a resort that some call “a little slice of heaven in the mountains.
Fort Yargo is one of Georgia’s most popular state park campgrounds and consists of over 1,800 explorable acres.
Fort Mountain is a 4,000-acre state park located in Chatsworth. This park is named after its historic rock wall that stretches 885 feet along its peak.
Trackrock campground is an equestrian-focused, Appalachian Botanical Sanctuary located in Blairsville.
This park is named after the 2-mile-long, 1000 feet deep Tallulah Gorge canyon located within.
Hickey gap is your typical “middle of nowhere” campground and is primarily used by those just passing through.
Elijah Clark Is a 447-acres state park boarding the 71,100-acre Clark Hills Lake.
Winfield is another campground located along the 71,000-acre Clark Hills Lake.
Mistletoe Campground, located in Applying, is home to some of the best bass fishing in Georgia.