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Old 11-19-2015, 01:18 PM   #1
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Pine mountain georgia

Has anyone camped at pine mountain rv in Georgia? if so could you please tell me a little about it? Thank you
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Old 11-19-2015, 01:45 PM   #2
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It is on our list but have not been there. We saw a PBS show about FDR and got interested in the area.i
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We are heading out in the AM will post pictures,and thank you for the correction norty1
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There is a Ga state park there that want to camp in. Would be interested on your thoughts on it.
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The high country in North Georgia sure is loaded down with camping spots. Used to drive from Atlanta up to Gatlinburg via Dahlonega back in my working days and always wanted to spend some time around that part of North Georgia..

I guess Helen GA is another Gatlingburg with bunches of shops and things to spend money in...

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Helen GA is a much smaller version of G'burg, scenery is beautiful, good roads, watch out for the motorcycles as it's a very popular destination for bikers with all the curvy roads. Crowds are not as bad, lots of people from Atlanta go there for the weekend/day "just to go to the mountains" for the day.
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We have been to the park twice. It is a clean and safe park and the back side overlooks some rolling hills. We did a three day weekend and was able to see most of the area, the little white house and warm springs. There was a lot of construction going on at both sites.

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I'm sure we will get there next Sept for 4-5 days.
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Is this a CG called Pine Mountain, because there is a Pine Mountain GA, close to Newnan, in SW GA. Callaway Gardens is a great family vacation spot, 4 excellent golf courses, beautiful gardens, etc. Not sure they have camping tho.
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Pine Mountain RV Resort is one of our favorite places to camp. The campground was completely renovated several years ago. There is an "old" section (under the pines) and a new section built on what was a golf driving range. This section has paved concrete sites, electric, cable, and sewer.


The campground is about a mile or so to the entrance of Callaway Gardens. Be sure to check it out. Fantasy in Lights is now underway at Callaway Gardens. You can drive through the lights in your vehicle or take the trolley.


If you are a history buff, check out FDR's Little White House (Warm Springs, GA) and don't miss Dowdell's Knob where FDR would spend time entertaining friends and spent time "thinking" in the World War II days.
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