Blairsville, GA RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Coachmen Freelander 29QB GA-02
Flowery Branch, GA
Recent traveler reviews in Blairsville, GA
Thank you to Adrienne and George for making sure my kids had an unforgettable weekend at Moccasin Creek State Park for the weekend of the Solar Eclipse. The Camper was...
RV was well kept, clean, and very comfortable for our family of 4 to enjoy over a long weekend. George, the owner, was extremely accommodating and helped us have an amazing...
We traveled through snow, ice and below freezing temperatures. Very impressed with this RV's performance. George was very nice and available 24/7 to answer any questions or...
George was easy to work with and responsive. A good outdoorsy owner to rent from.
We had a great time. Big Bertha was everything that we could hope for. Thanks James for making our trip the best.
The camper was clean and all equipment was in working order. It was comfortable for my family of four.
Everything was great
Excellent unit and great owners. We rented this unit to add some sleeping space over the 4th of July. Scott and Lisa delivered the trailer and set it up in our driveway. The...
Scott and Lisa are both great people, I really enjoyed meeting them both. Their camper was very clean and everything was well kept. I would definitely recommend them to anyone...
This was our first time renting an RV, and we couldn't be more pleased! Everything from booking to return was flawless. The camper was perfect for our family, and Scott and Lisa...
My family and I traveled to TN this past weekend and had the opportunity to rent the "Happy Camper." It did not disappoint! The Camper itself was perfect for out family of four....
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Top 10 Hiking Trails for RVers
|Table Rock Trail||Pickens||South Carolina|
|Blood Mountain and Freeman Loop Trail||Blairsville||Georgia|
|Grotto Falls Trail||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Raven Cliff Falls Trail||Helen||Georgia|
|Rainbow Falls Trail||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Alum Cave Trail to Mount LeConte||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Kennesaw Mountain East and West Trail Loop||Marietta||Georgia|
|Chimney Tops Trail [CLOSED]||Gatlinburg||Tennessee|
|Looking Glass Rock Trail||Brevard||North Carolina|
|Abrams Falls Trail||Townsend||Tennessee|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Blairsville, GA
From September to mid-October this alpine city hosts the longest running Oktoberfest in the U.S. You can listen to authentic German music, be ready to dance to the polka. And eat bratwurst and drink German beer. Visitors will feel the Gemutlichkeit -- the atmosphere of community and cheer, as you get to know the town.
Rated as a Five Star Resort by the Coast to Coast System, the Unicoi Springs offers many amenities and beautiful settings. All sites are equipped with patios, picnic tables, water, electric, sewer, and cable. Visitors can also enjoy two pools, sport activities such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, and mini-golf. You'll be close to the Chattahoochee, Nantahala, Etowah and Chestatee Rivers where you can kayak, tube and canoe, or you also hike the Appalachian Trail.
A national park which is perfect for trout fishing, since it's located downstream from the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Fish Hatchery. The park is very rustic and it's surrounded by the great outdoors. Book a RV rental with a generator to keep your electronic devices charged (or just to make sure you can have coffee in the am).
Take a train deep into the scenic landscape of North Georgia, starting in the town of Blue Ridge. The total excursion is 26 miles (4 hours roundtrip), where the train follows Toccoa River. You'll be sitting in vintage cars with modern amenities, you can choose between climate controlled rail cars or open-air. You'll visit mountain towns such as McCaysville in Georgia and Copperhill in Tennessee.
This popular state park offers 53 acre mountain lake with a beach, where you can swim, and enjoy other water activities. Nestled in the north Georgia mountains just outside Helen, you can hike and mountain bike on scenic mountain trails. You can choose from easy trails to more challenging hikes to Anna Ruby Falls.
You could stay in the heart of the North Georgia mountains, and enjoy all the water activities on Toccoa River. You can view the mountains as you are tubing or rafting down the river, you can also experience the landscape through hikes, biking or on horseback. The campsites are spacious and provide shade. Although this is a small campsite (only 10 RV sites) it has much to offer on the recreational side.
Get outdoors and enjoy nature. You can raft through the rocky shoals, kayak, canoe, fish for trout on the misty waters, or have a picnic. Or if you prefer to enjoy it from Helen, the river runs through town.
It is considered one of the best apple orchards in the area. You can pick your own apples, choose from a selection of products such as apple butter, jams, pies, hard cider, or take a wagon ride through the orchard and experience all its beauty. You can also a enjoy a home made meal here.
Local RV Owners Suggest
- WhereJack Rabbit Rd, Hayesville, NC 28904, USA
- Known forHookups, Sleep Under The Stars, Family Friendly, Most Beautiful, Scenic
right on the lake, went as part of our loop and spent 4th of july here, we actually swam in the lake while watching fireworks (not sure if this is recommended but it was fun) By Kristin Graham
- Where4400 US-64, Copperhill, TN 37317, USA
- WhereBenton, TN 37307, USA
- Where14014 Highlands Rd, Highlands, NC 28741, USA
- WhereCades Cove, Tennessee 37882, USA
- WhatNational Park
- Known forCheap, Hiking, Kid-friendly, Historic, Sightseeing, Day trip
lots of animals can be seen if you go EARLY in morning or LATE in the evening. By Kristin Graham