Laurel Mountain Cabins

4870 Laurel Mountain Road, Hiawassee, Georgia, 30546, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 4870 Laurel Mountain Road, Hiawassee, is near Appalachian Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Hiawassee

    Day 6: Rain, rain go away

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 18, 2014

    Day 6: Fishing at Tumbling Waters Campground & Trout Pond. $4/lb. (we caught 2 trout and paid $6). All bait and fishing gear provided. Was supposed to rent a pontoon boat from Almond Boat Dock($150/4 hours) but rained all day.

    It was raining when we woke up - but we weren't going to let it stop us! We did rearrange our plans to go either tubing in Deep Creek or rafting on ...

    Day 5: Attempted a quiet, lazy day

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 17, 2014

    Day 5: Hiking Appalachian Trail (at Fontana Dam). Then swim & rope swing at Cable Cove. Free.

    Today was a quiet, lazy day. After sleeping in, we packed our lunches and headed to Fontana Dam to hike that section of the Appalachian Trail. We hiked for a little over an hour (the boys turned back earlier with the kids) and it was a steady uphill the whole time which was ...

    Day 3: Treasure Hunting!

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 15, 2014

    ... We ended up paying for Will and myself and the kids helped. So we had 4 buckets between us. Had to dig our own dirt from a little "tunnel". Apparently, this was all native dirt, meaning no gems had been planted here to allow for instant gratification.

    Took us about an hour to go through a bucket each, which was plenty of time for me. Only Matt wanted to do more - the rest of us were pretty tired - ...

    Day 2: Super duper wild tube ride

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 13, 2014

    ... to the top of the creek where we would start our tubing adventure. The first set of rapids were pretty rough and a couple of us fell out (Phan and myself). We quickly discovered it was better not to tether the little ones to the adults as that affected balance and made everyone more likely to get stuck or fall off. We all got stuck frequently but some wiggling usually got us moving again. In future, we ...

    Day 1: Splashes, Thrills & Spills

    A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 13, 2014

    ... br> Phan did fall out of his raft once and I almost fell out when I was too busy trying to take photos to concentrate. It was super fun but very exhausting as we had to paddle very hard to get through the rapids without getting stuck. Was tempted to rent the 2-person duckies instead of the raft because they are supposed to be easier to maneuver - but stuck with the cheapest option.
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