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Flowery Branch is a city in Hall County, Georgia, located next to Lake Lanier. The city's original name was Anaguluskee, meaning “flowers on the branch” (it was a Cherokee word); long-term residents remember it had a similar nickname, Nattagasska (meaning “blossom creek”). It also has a handful of celebrities, such as MLB pitchers Brad Keller (Kansas City Royals) and retired Hall of Famer Phil Niekro (Atlanta Braves), NFL quarterback Connor Shaw and sports car driver Jerry O'Connell. Andrew Jackson is believed to have passed through Flowery Branch in 1818 while heading to the First Seminole War.
Search for an RV in Hall County and you are one step closer to experiencing for yourself the history and landscape of this area. There are some other towns that are worth checking out in addition to Flowery Branch. Dawsonville has a strong connection to car racing and is a favored NASCAR destination. Cleveland is a stopping off point for numerous nearby destinations, such as the Chattahoochee National Forest and Anna Ruby Falls. Jefferson, named after President Thomas Jefferson, hosts a variety of community and social events year-round on its Main Street. Monroe has had four of its citizens serve as Georgia State governors, earning it the nickname “City of Governors”. Roswell's historic locations, urban charm, and scenic outdoors make it an ideal setting for photography and much more. Your Flowery Branch travel trailer rental is the ideal vehicle for transporting you to any of these places and many more.
Dawson Forest - City of Atlanta Tract is a multi-use forest preserve managed by the Georgia Forestry Commission. Its uses include outdoor public recreation, sustainable logging, and wildlife habitat. Visitors can go hiking anywhere in the forest, as well as mountain biking and horseback riding on designated trails. Hunting is also allowed, so horseback and bike riding, and hiking may be restricted during hunting season. Primitive camping is allowed for up to seven days. Keep your Flowery Branch RV trailer rental nearby and you can combine the grandeur of this undisturbed natural setting with all the comforts of home.
Lake Lanier is a reservoir, officially named Lake Sidney Lanier, and is a popular destination for swimming and sun worshipping, boating, kayaking or paddle boarding, and much more. Visitors can spend some time fishing from the shoreline or on the lake, or head out on jet skis for an adrenaline rush. It is an ideal spot for picnicking and there are also lakeside restaurants looking directly out onto the lake.
Little Mulberry Park is a cultivated outdoor recreational area with open and sheltered picnic areas, public restrooms, and both paved and soft surface trails for hiking and equestrian riding. It has a playground, a disc golf course, and a lake view pier. Fishing is permitted on the lake and the park is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week.
There is a multitude of RV parks and resorts near Flowery Branch, and some of these may also have mobile homes and some may have long-term guests. Your Flowery Branch camper rental is the perfect vehicle for making any of these accommodations into your home-away-from-home.
North Atlanta RV Park is an RV campground that rents lots by the week or month. It is a semi-developed accommodation with graded dirt roads, some trees, and plenty of grassy areas. Individual sites are wide and spacious and have full hookups.
Old Federal Campground is a rustic campground with some RV sites and some tent camping. It is located alongside Lake Lanier and has electric and water hookups. The park has restrooms and bathhouses, laundry facilities, and a dump station. There are opportunities to engage in a variety of activities, including mountain biking.
There is a good selection of activities to occupy your time in Flowery Branch, starting with an outdoor recreation company that rents tritoons (pontoon boats) and jet skis. Diehard fishing enthusiasts will appreciate a local bait and tackle store that sells tackle, fishing rods, and anything else you might possibly need. The owner is very knowledgeable about the lake and is happy to answer questions and offer suggestions. A local scuba diving shop sells equipment, offers dive lessons/certifications, and organizes group dives for the newly initiated and seasoned divers. There is an aquatic center for the not-so-ambitious water seekers and there are auto car races and wineries for those who seek to be entertained. Don't forget that this is an RV vacation, and taking your Flowery Branch motorhome rental for a spin on the local highways is a part of that experience (how often do you get the chance?).
When it is time to reward yourself with a nice meal, Flowery Branch has exactly what you're looking for. There are Italian and Mexican restaurants, Asian and Japanese, and also venues serving local food. Many of the restaurants are locally owned and operated and prices range from inexpensive to moderately priced. One of the barbecue establishments specializes in ribs but doesn't stop there; there are daily specials and a wide assortment of side dishes. Guests eating here should seriously consider the sampler plate. A local pub restaurant has a varied selection of dishes on its menu, a lively atmosphere, and nighttime entertainment. Diners who come to eat here should try the fish or pulled pork tacos. Portions are large and you will probably take a part of your meal home to your Flowery Branch luxury RV rental for a late night snack or next day's lunch. This is a vacation right of passage and should not be missed. Nothing says vacation like eating what you want, when you want, and not feeling guilty.