The Glamp Shack
1 site · Lodging16 acres · Suches, GAGet away from it all at this unique glamping experience in Suches, Georgia! Perfect for a couples getaway or family vacation offering a large bell tent w/ with a queen bed. We also have a 2nd tent at the site which has bunk beds and 2 cots. At mealtimes, head into the roofed kitchen area and enjoy the griddle, stove and grills (charcoal and/or gas). At sunset, throw some logs into the fire pit and relax in the Adirondack chairs while watching the stars until you retreat to the tents for the night.
WHAT YOU SHOULD EXPECT:
• This part of the country and camp is in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest. The land is heavily wooded and is shaded most of the time from direct sunlight. Therefore, it will likely be damp along the forest floor. If you are looking for a humid-free environment, consider renting our cabin Suches-Altitude Adjustment.
• As with camping in the forest, you may see spiders, snakes, yellow jackets, and cuddly things too…like deer, bears, squirrels, and bunnies. If you need a flushing toilet, don’t like spider webs, hate any kind of moisture, etc. this may not be the experience for you.
• If you are used to camping in the woods and don’t mind the above, this is the perfect place for you.
Nearby Attractions: Chattahoochee National Forest, Chattahoochee Fish Hatchery, Serenberry Vineyards, Kaya Winery, Otts Winery, Deep Hole National Recreational Area, Toccoa River Swing Bridge, Woody Gap Appalacian Trail Head, Lake Winfred Scott, Vogel State Park, Aska Adventure Area, Blue Ridge Lake, Lake Nottley, Brasstown Bald Mountain, Blood Mountain, Toccoa River Canoe Trail, Cooper's Creek, Toccoa River, Rock Creek, Whiskey and Water Restaurant, Cooper's Creek Store, Grumpy Old Men Brewery, Roes' Oyster Bar, Cooper's Creek Wildlife Management Area, Blue Ridge Wildlife Management Area, Currahee Military Museum
Things to know:
Private gas grill and charcoal grill (please bring your own charcoal)
Parking: Plenty of parking in the driveway
Don’t worry about the lack of cell phone service. We have high-speed Wi-fi at the camp.
Please bring everything you will need to make the bed warm and comfortable: pillows, mattress pads, sheets or sleeping bags as well as food, and potable water. Don’t fret if you forget anything. Our friends at Cooper’s Creek Store is just one mile west of our property on Morganton Highway and has food, fishing licenses, tackle, bait and local gifts. Don’t be shy to hang around, have a cup of coffee, and chat up the locals.
Please be respectful of other guests staying in the cabin on the property. We’ve asked the same of them. The 16-acre property is heavily wooded and borders the Chattahoochee National Forest. There is some construction activity on another area of the property where we have begun to build Suches Adventures, a 16-site safari tent glamping compound (opening soon).
Contact us if you need firewood or feel free to forage for firewood on our property. Please do not cut down or damage any living trees or plants.