RV Campsites near Hiawassee, Georgia

RV Campsites near Hiawassee, Georgia
Hiawassee is in the north Georgia mountains in Towns County, Georgia. Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and Chattahoochee National Forest, Hiawassee offers spectacular vistas as well as an abundance of outdoor activities. Hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing and wildlife viewing are only some of the recreational activities that are available in the surrounding areas. RV campers will not be disappointed in their choices of wooded campgrounds.

Riverbend Campground

Riverbend Campground is open year round, and offers campers 101 wooded campsites on the Hiawassee River. Some RV sites are pull-throughs, for larger rigs, and there are tent sites, as well. Campsites are level and graveled, with 20/30/50-amp service, cable TV, fire ring, picnic table and Wi-Fi. Some sites are located along the river. The campground also has restrooms, showers, a playground, pool, general store and a clubhouse. Anglers can fish for trout from the campground shores on the Hiawassee River. Canoeists, kayakers, or tubing enthusiasts can launch directly from the campground into the river. Wildlife and nature enthusiasts are approximately six miles away from Brasstown Bald, Georgia's highest peak at 4,784-feet.

Riverbend Campground
2626 Streak Hill Rd
Hiawassee, GA 30546
(706) 896-1415
riverbendcamping.com

Bald Mountain Camping Resort

Bald Mountain Camping Resort offers visitors mountain views in the Appalachian National Forest. There are 246 sites offering hookups with sewer, 50/30-amp service, water, cable TV and Wi-Fi. Sites also have picnic tables and a fire rings. Campers can choose from shaded, creek-front, or sunny sites that will accommodate large rigs. There is an area for tent campers. Todder Creek runs through the campground, and there is a three-acre lake. The campground offers a pool, playground, game room, cabins, and a mini-golf course. Anglers can fish in the various creeks. Lake Chatuge, which offers opportunities for bass fishing and boating, is approximately two miles from the campground. The area also offers two miles of hiking trails.

Bald Mounting Camping Resort
751 Gander Gap Rd
Hiawassee, GA 30546
(706) 896-8896
baldmountainpark.com

Moccasin Creek State Park

Moccasin Creek State Park is approximately 16 miles east of Hiawassee. The 32-acre park offers vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains as well as the 2,800-acre Lake Burton. The campground has 55 campsites, which offer electricity, water, fire ring, and a picnic table. Some sites are pull-throughs for large rigs. This wheelchair-accessible park has a picnic area, restrooms, showers, a playground and a dump station. There is a fishing pier, boat dock and boat ramp in the park for anglers and boaters wanting to fish for bass or crappie in Lake Burton. The park rents kayaks and canoes for those wanting to paddle the lake. The Lake Burton Trout Hatchery is located within the park, which is approximately 11 miles from Brasstown Bald and 18 miles from the Appalachian Trail, located outside of Mountain Scene.

Moccasin Creek State Park
3655 Highway 197
Clarkesville, GA 30523
(706) 947-3194
gastateparks.org

Article Written By Joyce Starr

Joyce Starr is a professional writer from Florida and owns a landscaping company and garden center. She has published articles about camping in Florida, lawn care and gardening and writes for a local gardening newsletter. She shares her love and knowledge of the outdoors and nature through her writing.

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