Cabins in Georgia with climbing

From mountain backpacking to island getaways—life is peachy for campers in Georgia.

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3 top cabins sites in Georgia with climbing

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Cabin and Barn on 20 Peaceful Acres

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Lookout Mountain, GA
It's like having your own private summer camp! The unfurnished cabin is dry and clean. A huge upgrade from a tent (feel free to pitch your tents if you like)! The bathhouse offers hot showers, a flush toilet, and sink. The open pole barn has a deluxe camping kitchen set up with pots and pans, a propane stove, a coffee maker, and a dishwashing sink. There is also a dining table and chairs. While the property is close and convenient to Chattanooga, once you are enjoying the serene woods, shady trees, starry nights, and quality time with family and friends you will forget all about the city! While there are no full-time residents on the property, there is a small functioning horse farm about 100 yards from the camping area. On most days the owner will stop by to care for the horses, and teach riding lessons and equine therapy.
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Boho Haven Retreat: 2 Modern Cabins

2 sites · Lodging3 acres · Helen, GA
I LOVE hosting people and sharing our cabins with you to enjoy as much as we do. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have or follow our Insta @adohi_cabin for more :) Our 2 cabins are surrounded by beautiful mountain laurel, oak & pine trees at Sautee Nacoochee Valley. 528 square feet decorated with the perfect touch of Boho and rustic decor & located 9 minutes from the Alpine City of Helen, Ga, 5 minutes from Unicoi State Park & 18 minutes from Burton Lake these tiny cabins are the perfect getaway for couples or solo travelers who want to reset and unwind offering a very private stay. About the Land: According to legend, the valleys were named for fated lovers, the Romeo and Juliet of two warring Native American tribes. Nacoochee was a beautiful Cherokee girl who fell head over heels for a Chickasaw warrior named Sautee. The lovers eloped, but a war party caught them and threw Sautee off the mountain. Nestled amidst the stunning landscapes of Northeast Georgia, this charming cabin offers the perfect retreat for couples. Decorated in an exquisite blend of Boho and rustic styles, and conveniently situated just 9 minutes from the Alpine City of Helen, 5 minutes from Unicoi State Park, and 18 minutes from Lake Burton, this tiny cabin provides an ideal sanctuary for couples seeking tranquility and romance. Experience a private and romantic getaway unlike any other! Follow Us on IG @adohi_cabin The space Adohi Cabins are 2 newly renovated places to enjoy and relax. An intimate & restful getaway for two. You'll have the entire space to yourself, complete with a charming porch overlooking 1 and 1/2 acres of serene woods—a perfect spot to savor your morning coffee! Highlights: - Comfy king-sized bed with. 100% cotton sheets - Sound machine - Bathroom essentials: 100% cotton bath towels, hand soap, hair dryer, travel sized shampoo & conditioner and body bar soap - Fully stocked kitchen: electric stove/oven, microwave, mini fridge, pour over coffee maker, toaster. Basic cookware, utensils, plates, glasses, wine glasses, detergent, paper towels, cleaning supplies, salt & pepper, ground coffee, assorted hot tea, sugar, creamer - 55-inch Roku smart TV with Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Vudu, and a variety of free programs (please note that you will need to use your own accounts) - Books & games - Luxurious 75” bathtub for 2 - Gas log fireplace perfect for those chilly fall and winter evenings - Fire pit (Wood is not provided) - Barbecue (Charcoal is not provided) - Free parking space for two cars in the driveway. Oh, and of course, Wi-Fi! The entire cabin is decorated with love and good taste, making you feel at home and never wanting to leave! It is located just 9 minutes from the Alpine city of Helen, which has TONS of restaurants, shops, and things to do (even a mountain roller coaster!). Unicoi State Park is 5 minutes away, offering hiking, fishing, biking, and zip-lining opportunities. Lake Burton is 18 minutes away, where you can rent a kayak, canoe, stand-up paddleboard, waterboard, or boat. There are also wineries, trails, waterfalls, and so much more (you can check my Guidebook for more recommendations). Guest access ~Free parking space for two cars on driveway. ~Please note that Adohi is a cabin located in the mountains of Northeast Georgia and, like many cabins in the area, the roads inside the neighborhood are unpaved gravel. ~The roads are perfectly safe and suitable for all types of cars; however, we do NOT recommend bringing cars with particularly low clearance. ~Please always use LOW GEAR while driving on the internal roads for better traction and improved experience. ELECTRIC CARS NOT ALLOWED Other things to note If the dates you are looking for are booked please check our twin cabin listing. We have 2 cabins that are the same size and style, walking distance to each other but completely private and far enough to have the perfect couples getaway!
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The Gypsy Rose

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Clayton, GA
Close by is Hemlock Falls at Moccasin Creek state Park, Talulah Gorge, Bartram Trail...easy to moderate hikes. Bull Sluice area of the Chatooga River, love to swim and watch the kayaks/rafts shoot class four rapids. They shot the movie Deliverance! 20 min. from cabin! Learn more about this land:Decor is cute, quaint, comfy and cozy! Walls are white washed tongue and groove! Totally stocked cabin. Free WiFi for all your streaming on new Smart TV. Blu Ray DVD. Cabin has dvds to watch! Close by is Hemlock Falls at Moccasin Creek state Park, Talulah Gorge, Bartram Trail...easy to moderate hikes. Bull Sluice area of the Chatooga River, love to swim and watch the kayaks/rafts shoot class four rapids. They shot the movie Deliverance 20 min. from cabin! Call me for monthly pricing!Small breed Pets Allowed with $75.00 pet fee.
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Cabins in Georgia with climbing guide

Overview

Whether you’re exploring the Appalachian peaks and Blue Ridge Mountains of the north, road-tripping through the heartlands, or hopping between beaches, marshes, and barrier islands along the Atlantic coast—the Peach State has a camping experience to suit all tastes. Take your pick of 50 Georgia state parks, 11 national parks, and two national forests, with miles of trails and endless options for RV and tent camping, glamping, and backcountry campsites. With mild winter temperatures, camping trips are possible year-round, but spring and fall provide the best weather for outdoor activities, and southern summers are best enjoyed by the water.

Where to go

Atlanta & North Georgia

The north Georgia mountains provide some of the state’s best camping and hiking terrain, including part of the Appalachian Trail. The vast Chattahoochee National Forest is dotted with historic sites and campgrounds, while cascading waterfalls, RV camping, and glampsites await at Amicalola Falls State Park. Canyon hikes and waterfalls are among the highlights at Tallulah Gorge State park and Cloudland Canyon State Park (the latter also has yurts for rent), and Red Top Mountain State Park lies less than an hour from the state capital, Atlanta. 

Central Heartlands

Augusta, Athens, and Macon have a rich musical legacy—artists from James Brown to Otis Redding hail from these parts—plus some of Georgia’s best camping right on their doorstep. Head to Mistletoe State Park to hike, kayak, and fish on the shores of Clarkes Hill Lake; snag an RV campsite or cabin at George L. Smith State Park; or rent a cozy cottage at Indian Springs State Park.

South Georgia

Rolling farmlands form the backdrop for a road trip through South Georgia, perhaps checking into an RV park in one of the many small towns along the way. The region’s most impressive hiking trails are found in Providence Canyon State Park, along with backcountry tent sites, while Stephen C. Foster State Park is an International Dark Sky Park and a wildlife haven set on the banks of the Okefenokee Swamp.

Coastal Georgia

Georgia’s 100-mile slice of Atlantic coastline stretches down from Savannah to Cumberland Island, peppered with sandy beaches, saltwater marshes, and barrier islands. Rent a camper cabin or RV site with full hookups close to the beaches and waterways of Skidaway Island State Park, explore the biking trails or take a dolphin-spotting cruise around Tybee Island, or escape the crowds at the hike-in campsites along the Cumberland Island National Seashore. 

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