Andrews Cove Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This small campground is located along a cool mountain stream. This little campground packs a punch. Set in a richly wooded cove on Andrews Creek, flanked by Rocky Mountain to the north and Crumbly Knob to the south, “the little campground that could” provides a waterside getaway in the shadow of the Appalachian Trail, where trout fishing is the cast of a line away and the mountain town of Helen is accessible—but not too close.
Be prepared when approaching this campground on GA 75—the campground entrance is on a sharp, steep curve. What else would you expect in the mountains, though? The camping area begins shortly after leaving the paved road. The sky darkens overhead as a lush forest shadows Andrews Creek, a rocky and crystalline stream dropping amid rocks and boulders in the
center of a cove. Campsite 1 is to your right, directly beside Andrews Creek. It may be a little too close to GA 75, but the camp is large. Reach the loop portion of the campground and turn right over a low water bridge."