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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
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Have you been planning to go on a camping trip in the mountains for as long as you can remember, but somehow you just never get around to it? Well, there’s an easy solution: book an RV in Rabun County. Not only does that mean that you can camp at River Falls at the Gorge Campground, but also that you’ll get to experience Georgia’s beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. You’ll get to stay by the gorgeous Tallulah River where you can swim, fish, and go tubing, rafting, or kayaking unless you’d rather stay on dry land and have fun at the playground, basketball court, or in the horseshoe pit. You can also hike on pretty nature trails, have a barbecue, or hang out in the clubhouse by the huge fireplace - if there’s any time for that in between all the planned activities, that is.
You can go big, or you can go small when RV camping at River Falls at the Gorge Campground, seeing as big rigs can be accommodated, and you can choose riverside pull-through sites with full hookups or go for just water and electricity, so you’ll have loads of options. Make use of the restrooms, showers, and dump stations, and should you want or need a snack, drink, some ice, or a bit of firewood, just head to the camp store or check with the office, they’ll know what to do.
Spend as much time by your RV rental at River Falls at the Gorge Campground as you want, but it sure would be a shame to miss out on the amazing surrounding nature. Go on scenic drives along the Tallulah River or one of the lakes, see panoramic vistas of the mountains, and go chasing waterfalls if you feel like it. Beautiful Lakemont is nearby, and so are Clayton, Tallulah Falls, Clarkesville, and Helen. When you’ve had enough of driving for one day, just sit down at the RV park and sample the bottles you got at the local wineries and distilleries.
One of the best things about staying at River Falls at the Gorge is how close you’ll be to deep forests, glimmering lakes, and wild rivers - and where there’s beautiful nature, there are equally great trails to hike. If you want to combine fantastically scenic walks with some history, you can always try the Appalachian Trail, which was used as a trading route long before the railway, roads, and highways. Spend a couple of hours in solitude, or bring the whole family on the little hiking trip.
Follow the river by the RV campground a little bit south, and you’ll arrive at Tallulah Gorge State Park, an extraordinary rock formation that will make you wonder why people bother with Grand Canyon at all. Hike along the rim of the gorge while keeping an eye or two open for a monkey-faced orchid and a green salamander or make the exciting climb down to the gorge floor, unless you’d rather spend some time at the visitor center, get some beautiful views of the river and waterfalls, or go rock climbing, of course. Whatever you do, make sure that you haven’t left any photography equipment in the motorhome rental.
If you hop into your motorhome rental at River Falls at the Gorge Campground and head north instead, you’ll reach Black Rock Mountain State Park in no time. There will be bodies of water for fishing and swimming, but the main attraction in this park is definitely the outstanding 80-mile views you’ll have of the wooded hills and mountain tops. On the way there, you’ll hike past wonderful wildflowers and other native plants, and perhaps even an animal or two.
Drive around Rabun County for a bit with your camper rental, and you’ll soon find something fun and nice to do, such as paying a visit to the Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center where you can get a tiny taste of what it was like to be a settler in the area 150 years ago. Tour historic log cabins and replicas, and do all your gift shopping in the store filled with folk art, handcrafted items, and regional music and literature.
When you’re in the area, you might as well try to attend one of the many events such as music festivals, farmers’ markets, and various walks and fairs. Take a Farm & Food tour to get to taste the incredibly delicious delicacies, and sit down on a vineyard watching the vibrant show put on by the sunset. You can also learn more about why the county has been so popular with the film-making industry, and who knows - maybe you’ll get a great idea for a movie yourself.
It seems like you’d better tell your neighbors that you can’t water their plants this summer because you’ll be spending your vacation in an RV rental in the beautiful mountains of northern Georgia.