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Old 01-20-2017, 08:54 AM
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Where I can leave my camper for most of the year and visit on weekends. I know of Turners, Unicoi Springs. But what others do y'all know about and if they are good or not? Also, interested in lake hartwell, rabun, burton and chatuge. Thanks in advance for any information.
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Old 01-20-2017, 07:53 PM
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I haven't been to this place but my neighbor has had a lot here for over 40 yrs. We plan on going this year for a weekend.

http://baldmountainpark.com/Seasonal_Sites.php
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I haven't been to this place but my neighbor has had a lot here for over 40 yrs. We plan on going this year for a weekend.

http://baldmountainpark.com/Seasonal_Sites.php
I haven't been there in many years. We went to a rodeo there once. It was a nice campground. The permanent sites were set up nice.
Good central location near Hiawassee.

I would think there are lots of little private campgrounds that offer seasonal rates.
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There's a lot of spots for sale on northeastgeorgiamountainrealestate.com
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Lake Nottely RV Park is seasonal only. That might be good of one isn't looking for a lot of in and out, in and out activity;

http://www.lnrvpark.com/
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Not in Georgia but this is a nice campgound;

Holly Cove near Cherokee has seasonal sites.

http://hollycovervresort.com/2015/05/07/featured-2/
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Leaving Turners Corner headed back to Cleveland on the left is Brookside RV park. Might not be to your liking but there are several lots for sale with & without RVs on them.
Some are on the creek. The ones off the creek aren't to crazy high.
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There is a campground near Lake Burton called Mr Buds. He offers year round spots as well as a storage place. Its on 197 near dam.
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There is a campground near Lake Burton called Mr Buds. He offers year round spots as well as a storage place. Its on 197 near dam.
Don't know the name, but there is another one over there on Laurel Lodge Road. Or was.
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River falls at the Gorge. they are just north of Tallulah falls on 441. they have a nice piece of property and offer long term spots. if you have kids or grand kids then it is a great tubing location. water is to warm for a great fishing spot. i would look at campground C. cooler and quieter during the summer, its up higher and more wind. talk to Tori or Robbie

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My bad, don't look like it is long term !!!
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http://www.choestoefallsrvpark.com/

Couple miles from Vogel SP off 180 headed to Jacks Gap / Brassyoen Bald
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are you still looking ?? I know of a private spot where you would be the only one !! no neighbors !!
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