Twin Lakes RV Park
Twin Lakes RV Park is just 12 miles outside of Alpharetta, and has been welcoming recreational vehicles since the 1950s. It?s been owned and operated by the same family since 1976, and encompasses 50 acres of verdant, wooded space in the Georgia countryside. There are a few premium sites along with 120 standard sites, most with full utility hookups. Other on-site amenities include picnic tables, park swings, and horse shoes. Propane sales are available from Monday to Friday, and there?s a grocery store and laundromat only a mile away. Guests can also take advantage of more than 12 acres of catch and release trout fishing, so you can brag about the trophy that got away. A thirty minute drive will take you to several malls and outlet stores, along with Dahlongea, the ?gold town? where you can pan for gold and prospect for gems. An hour away is the Dutch village of Helen, famous for its crafted curiosities and horse-drawn carriage rides, and the nearby river is ideal for tubing.
Anna Ruby Falls
Sautee Nacoochee, GA
After a hike you will rewarded with a majestic view of two cascading waterfalls. The Curtis Creek falls drop 153 feet and the York Creek falls have a height of 50 feet. There are trails for the adventurous and for those looking for an easy trail. The most difficult trail connects the base of Anna Ruby Falls to Unicoi State Park. The park also offers trails that are inclusive, check out The Lion's Eye Trail. It runs along Smith Creek and it provides the visually impaired a chance to visit the creek and learn about the local environment.
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).
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.
Blue Ridge Lodge and RV Park
Located only 5 miles from historic Blue Ridge town, and the nearby Blue Ridge Lake Shore, the park is situated on a ridge top with spectacular views. Lake Blue Ridge offers great fishing and boaing. Near the dam area there is some of the best trout fishing in the region. Also the Aska Adventure area is conveniently located close to the park.
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
Blue Ridge, GA
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.
Creekwood Resort Campground and Cabins
Located within the Blue Ridge Mountains and surrounded by the Chattahoochee National Forest, you will have 18 acres of serenity and wilderness. The sites are spacious and private, and the management works hard to making you feel at home. Fishing and swimming are only 3.8 miles away, and you can hike, bike and ride horses on the campgrounds
Oktoberfest at Helen
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.