RV Road Trip-Northeast Georgia
Tallulah Gorge State Park in Tallulah Falls, Georgia. Photo by @thegreatoutdoorsphoto
When it comes to scenic variety, our beautiful State of Georgia has it all. Beaches, mountains, rivers and an abundance of outstanding state parks and Federally protected nature preserves. Yet there is something magical about the far northeast corner of the state. The Appalachian trail winds through this part of Georgia and provides the Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop.
The state parks in this region are considered to be the best Georgia has to offer. The choices are abundant with Black Rock Mountain, Moccasin Creek, Unicoi, Tallulah Gorge and Vogel. All of these parks continue to be well maintained and are accessible to RV and tent campers.
The Cherokee Indians once lived in this territory as evidenced by the names of some the rivers and landmarks. The Tallulah River was called “Tallulu.” Children especially enjoy learning about Indian life and The Cherokee Museum near Clayton, Ga has an excellent exhibit and demonstrations that will keep them engaged and entertained. Check out the Folk Museum in Clayton for an authentic look at mountain life.
Come see our collection of RV’s at Georgia Motorcoach and take a weekend adventure to one of our favorite destinations only 2 hours from Atlanta.