Things to Do

Our RV Campground is central to several area attractions that will suit any traveler.

If you are an outdoor adventurer, then you will love staying with us because we are near Lake Chatuge which offers outdoor activities.

Regardless of your age, there is something for everyone in Hiawassee, GA. That is why we are delighted to host guests at our year-round RV Campground so you can enjoy exploring North Georgia at your leisure. Being two hours north of Atlanta, we have been described as a peaceful area of recreation to unwind and slow down.

By staying with us, you will be able to enjoy the spirit of the mountains in all of its glory from the blooming rhododendrons in the spring to the painted leaves in the Fall. At the Hiawassee RV Campground, you can bring your RV and have a touch of home with you but also have access to other amenities that will enhance your stay. We offer a quiet place to stay that is clean, safe, and will quickly become your favorite retreat. Contact us today to book your reservation.


  • Harrah’s Casino, 25 minutes away
  • Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds
  • Hiawassee Antique Mall
  • Hamilton Gardens at Lake Chatuge: Sprawling botanical garden with plants such as dogwood, native azaleas, trillium, rhododendron, and wildflowers with a total of more than 3,000 plants.
  • Hightower Creek Vineyards: A family-owned vineyard that strives to create wines that reflect the places and people of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
  • Anderson Music Hall
  • Old Rock Jail Museum
  • Brasstown Bald: This is Georgia’s highest mountain peak at over 4,000 feet, and it is surrounded by the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest.
  • Bell Mountain Park & Historical Site
  • High Shoals Scenic Area
  • ArtWorks Artisan Centre: Here, they feature work of 45 regional artists and craftsmen and also host art classes.
  • Helen, GA: Only 21 miles away, Helen is a German-inspired town that boasts a fantastic October Fest each year! You will also find the Romeo & Juliet Indian Mound Tragedy site here as well.
  • Vogel State Park: Located in Blairsville, GA is the second oldest state park and nestled into the base of Blood Mountain. This area is rich in Native American history and rumored to be the home of the immortal spirit people called the “Nunnehi.”

Lake Chatuge

  • Marina (Boat & Jet Ski Rentals Near By)
  • Waterskiing
  • Tubing & Paddling
  • Lake Fishing (Local Outfitters Near By)
  • Trout Fishing (Local Outfitters Near By)
  • Beach Areas
  • Hiking
  • Appalachian Trail
  • Mountain Biking
  • Hunting Opportunities
  • Horseback Riding
  • Waterfalls