Your Toccoa River Mountaintop is a secluded private gated 3 acre heavily wooded camping site on top of a mountain in an upscale area, hidden away only a few miles from Blue Ridge Georgia! It has paved road access and also has Toccoa River access at community access lot. It is located in Mineral Bluff, Georgia. This is a walk-in/walk-out camping site with a large Adirondack
Your Toccoa River Mountaintop is a secluded private gated 3 acre heavily wooded camping site on top of a mountain in an upscale area, hidden away only a few miles from Blue Ridge Georgia! It has paved road access and also has Toccoa River access at community access lot. It is located in Mineral Bluff, Georgia. This is a walk-in/walk-out camping site with a large Adirondack shelter for all weather camping. Park in the gravel driveway outside the gate and walk in approximately 300 feet. Wagons are provided in the shelter to ferry your gear to and from the parking area. Super Pet Friendly- no leashes needed!
This campsite is restricted to a maximum of 6 campers and 2 vehicles at all times. The Mountaintop will not accommodate any type of camper, trailer, or RV. Check in and check out are contactless.
Fantastic mountaintop location yet very private for base camp to access the many activities in this area, or enjoy the Toccoa River. The property is ideal for shelter or tent camping and is a short distance from the Toccoa River, a world class trout fishing river! Free use of separate community lots at the river is included in your rental! You have the entire property for your use- there are no other campers nearby. The property is adjoined by 150 acres of rugged terrain forest.
The site has a large rustic Adirondack shelter (300 sf) with a food preparation area and some tables and chairs you can use for camping in, day shelter, central clubhouse or bunking in inclement weather, or if you are just car camping. It will also accommodate a large tent in the shelter and several tents around the fire pit.
This lot easily accommodates a group with several tents, with a flat camping area, a picnic table, a charcoal grill and a fire pit. Bring your own firewood. It has a National Park style charcoal grill. This site does not have power or water. Cell phone service is easy to get.
The site includes 2 access points to the Toccoa River. The Gibbs Drive community river access lot has a charcoal grill, picnic table, boat launch, swimming rock and fire pit with chairs. The Toccoa River Forest community river access lot has a big boat ramp. The river is controlled flow and usually at low water from dawn to about 2 pm, ideal for fishing or swimming/wading/boulder bopping. The River release schedule is available online at the website TVA.gov. The River has swift current when the dam is opened for release, usually daily.
This property is conveniently located in Mineral Bluff, Georgia 30559, just 4 miles off the 4-lane highway (Highway 515/76) and just a short drive to Blue Ridge, Georgia; Blairsville, Georgia; Murphy, North Carolina, McCaysville, Georgia and Copper Hill, Tennessee. It is a paved road drive all the way to the entrance. It is located just a few miles from the center of downtown Blue Ridge with art galleries, many restaurants, brew pubs, shopping, the Blue Ridge Brewing Company, Mercier Orchard, the Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad, and more! The Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad runs most of the year from Blue Ridge to McCaysville, right along the Toccoa River. The campsite is equally close to downtown McCaysville, Ga. /Copper Hill, TN.
You are a short drive from Lake Blue Ridge, the Chattahoochee National Forest, Brasstown Bald and many hiking trails, such as the Aska adventure area, the Appalachian Trail, the Benton McCaye Trail, and trails in the Big Frog wilderness area, Cohutta wilderness area (largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi) and the Rich Mountain wilderness area. The Ocoee River whitewater center with the Olympic kayak rapids and the world class mountain biking trails are less than 20 minutes away. Hiking, biking, fishing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, tubing, boating, swimming, zip lines -- oh my!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Beautiful and private with great sh
Shelter was clean and nice, views were wonderful and the property was nice and private, bathroom was clean and George was a wonderful host. We would definitely stay here again as well as recommend it to our friends.
Great little spot. Bigger than expected. Quiet and relaxing. It rained our entire stay, but didn’t “dampen” the mood at all. We stayed dry and had a kept the good times going. Highly recommend!
This place is fantastic, and we had a great weekend! The shelter was really nice to have and felt so cozy. It even had some camping and grilling supplies in case you forgot something. The spot was well maintained, with a really nice fire pit and wood available. The surrounding woods were lovely. George was great, available, and helpful. We were very happy and impressed and can't wait to go back.
Relaxing mountain getaway
We had an amazing weekend at the Toccoa River Cove. Campsite was awesome and the all the small camping amenities in the shelter make it that much better. This is our second time staying at a property by this owner and we would gladly do it again.
George is awesome. Site is nice. Shelter is amazing. Outhouse is handy. Not as private as the Cove (his other property) or as much as we wanted just due to proximity of the cabin and its occupants next to it, but it's tucked back nicely away from view. I will say we were up late with music and a fire and had no complaints, so that's good. You have to trek your stuff uphill a bit, but host provides a sturdy wagon and a handy cart. This site can be pretty windy (which we didn't mind, but good to know). Might want to check those directions to the site as the cabin's house next door is number is 257, not 277 as listed in directions. Overall we would do again, as it's nice and private and clean and a great value. But the Cove property is probably more our style.
Site was great and as described. Especially nice was a good dry stack of fire wood and some helpful touches and ‘extras’ in the shelter that weren’t expected such as a couple of snacks, gas canisters, gas lamp, cooking pots, gas camp stove and a few other bits.
The only element we didn’t like was the tricky access around the gate and then an uphill path to the site which made getting gear from the car to the site a chore. Although a hand cart was provided, it would have been much easier if you could open the gate.
Wonderful & serene
Had the most wonderful time relaxing at Mountain Top. The site was spotless and serene. George had added some wood that we used and then chopped up some fallen logs to replace the stock. The outhouse was super cute and clean as well. The shelter worked perfect for us and eliminated the need for a tent (though we did setup a tarp on the closeline when thunderstorms rolled through).
Our 11 year old said this was the best camping site yet and asked if we could come back next time - so that's a win in my book. Plenty of room to run around and let the kids play, plenty of trees to hang hammocks. Quiet and relaxing and couldn't have asked for anything more. The carts were especially helpful in getting our gear to and from the campsite.
All was good.. host reminded us gps directions didn’t work in text.. got turned around with truck and trailer and ran into a neighbor that showed us the way and let us know they didn’t care for the host. There’s a lot of money on this mountain and they don’t like the fact that regular people can rent a site.. what she said.. they also saw our truck with a trailer and atv plus dirt bike on it.. site said atv friendly but signs all over on the roads saying no atvs.. we rode either way with no issue. River access was a bit sketchy.. pulled up. Found the access to be like a legal easement.. fished for a minute but then the neighbors let their not friendly dogs loose on us and luckily we got out of there without getting bitten. I’m a dog person.. they were sketchy. So in a nutshell, if u want to just go and chill , not fish, not ride atvs.. this is a good spot for roughing it. The locals don’t want u there we were reminded.. just make sure you are not acting up.. the people who live on this mountain aren’t friendly.