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Fort Mountain State Park

Fort Mountain State Park, Georgia

Thickets of blueberries and winding pathways characterize the allure of Fort Mountain State Park, where a large network of trails and some of Georgia's finest scenery create the perfect outdoor Read more...
Thickets of blueberries and winding pathways characterize the allure of Fort Mountain State Park, where a large network of trails and some of Georgia's finest scenery create the perfect outdoor ambiance. Take your bike or even a horse along one of the many multi-purpose trails, and keep an eye out for an enigmatic 855 ft wall, thought to have been constructed by Native Americans many lifetimes ago. Don't forget to pack your favorite swimsuit, as a lakeside beach means you'll have a chance to cool off after a vigorous hike. If you come during the right time of year, you may even be able to catch programs like Morning Meditation or National Trails Day. With several historic centers and nature preserves nearby, consider this one stop on an epic road trip.
Fort Mountain State Park Campground
Alicia: There are backcountry hike and bike campsites at this state park, just not in the campground! You do...
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Sarah: Great stay for the solar eclipse! We had a beautiful view and our hosts were very friendly.
Walnut Hollow Camp
Kassidy: We loved our stay on the ranch! The property is beautiful and well taken care of. Charlie, your host,...
Wilbank's Hill
Lori: Pitch your tent or pull your RV onto our Grassy Peaceful Spaces. Fort Mountain is half a mile away...
Crawford's Camp (w/electric & water)
Priyanka: We rent this place via Hip-camp during Autumn. It was great and peaceful place to camp. Host was...
Camping on Blue Creek Farm
William Reed
William Reed: Samantha and Bruce were great hosts, they love their land and welcoming people into it. Rolling hills...
Moonlight and Fire Flies
Deborah: Lovely people with a great deal of pride in their property and it shows. The camping spots are in a...
Chattanooga Country RV
Terry: Located within minutes of Chattanooga the camp site is nestled into the heart of a small farm/ranch. ...
Primitive Camp by the Gardens
Ben: Camp out in our primitive village under the poplars in between the ferns by the cool creek. This is a...
Wildcat Campground
John: Great spot! We stayed at campsite 3. Very quiet. Clean bath house. Even some hiking trails that our...
Eclipse, camp, & Faerie houses!
Natasha : You will be able to view the eclipse from here! Bring your glasses and join with the other guests that...
Rv, Tiny House Campground
Nooga: 1. 4 acre wooded lot turned into a camp with one full RV hookup (water, power, sewer).
Backyard Bus - Unique Glamping
Julie: My place is close to restaurants and dining. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space, the...
Crawford's Camp (primitive sites)
Doug: We have 10 Primitive Tent Camping sites, with-in a short walking distance of our restroom and shower...
Glitter Hill Homestead Camp
Jessica: We're a 3 acre homestead with U. S. National Forest land adjoining us on two sides, so you're welcome...
The Woods at Sole Farm
Andrew: Sole Farm was a beautiful site to roam and camp for the night. I was greeted at the Entrance by Brooks...
Smokey Mountain Camping
Rebecca: 6 tent spots to choose from along the Tellico River or on the bluff which overlooks the river and...
Smokey Mountain Camping (2)
Ashley: Lots of camp sites, very clean and easy access, everyone was very helpful
Creekside Mountain Farm
Christian: Creekside Mountain Farm is a charming camping spot with everything you need on an awesome property. ...
Springhorn Ranch
Brad and Michele
Brad And Michele: Pitch your tent in a shady grove with a view of the farm and Lookout Mountain or in a shady area near...
Boondock mountain top N.GA.
Carol: Top of the hill, great views in the Fall, lots of room to spread out. Gather your own firewood. Three...