- 7475 Hwy 60, Suches, GA 30572, USA
Our 27 RV sites offer access, parking, and full hookups, including power, water, sewer and Wi-Fi. Fire rings are found at each site; for evening marshmallow toasting!
A brand-new, clean and spacious bath house features plenty of showers, as well as laundry facilities.
A large open-air pavilion is close by, providing ample covered space for card games, bingo, picnics, reunions, or just swapping stories. Ten ceiling fans ensure that there’s always a breeze blowing!
For those who prefer more “nature” in their camping, we have unlimited sites available in a quiet, forested area that will keep your tent shaded and cool. Picnic tables and fire rings are provided, as well as use of the bath house and pavilion (see above).
We have a well stocked general store and a deli on premises open seven days a week. Breakfast and lunch are served at the del.
Mountaintop Campsites (Coming soon!)
Cabins on the mountaintop are planned for those who enjoy a light-filled, airy cabin with a locking door that doesn’t have to be carried up the mountain!
NOTE: Well behaved pets are welcome if leashed and cared for.
Max RV Length: 42
Max Amps: 50
Check-in Time: 3PM
Check-out Time: 11AM
Latitude/Longitude: -84 04.023 w , 34 43.193 n
Total Sites: 27
Camping Season: March 1st thru November 30th
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
If you are coming from the Atlanta area take GA 400 until it intersects Hwy 60. Turn left onto GA Hwy 60 and drive for about 25 miles until you arrive at the intersection of Hwy 60 and Grizzle Creek Road If you are coming from the Blue Ridge area take Hwy 60 south for about 25 miles until you come to the intersection of Hwy 60 and Grizzle Creek Road.
One night deposit is required. It is recommended that reservations be made as soon as practical. Sites do fill up fast during holidays especially.
Well behaved pets are welcome. They MUST be kept on lease while outside and the camper is responsible for cleaning up after them.
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