Regal Inn Clayton

Address: 707 Highway 441 S, Clayton, Georgia, 30525, United States | 2 star inn
 
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Location

This 2 star inn, located on 707 Highway 441 S, Clayton, is near Anna Ruby Falls, Southeastern Expeditions, and Main Street Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Clayton

    Just getting away from it all.

    A travel blog entry by adle123 on Nov 14, 2014

    123 photos

    ... Cove Tennessee with Randy and Sherry. (Additional Blog with pictures will come soon.) The pictures with this entry were taken on the way up and while here.

    Spent Thanksgiving here. On Thanksgiving day we ate a buffet at Western Sizzler with 18 workers etc. from the campground, then on saturday the campground provided turkeys and everyone brought covered dishes and we all ate at the clubhouse.


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    Chattagucci!

    A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Oct 24, 2014

    16 photos

    ... like this. My response," Lee taught me everything I know." They didn't have to ask who he was since he is featured all over my Facebook page! Climbing trips are a blast with that talented human being!

    When we got to the bottom, one by one we scaled that wall. It was a 5.6 " Pepsi" slab wall so you would assume it would be easy but It was a bit taller and super awkward so there was some struggles. My biggest problem was the "asian beetles." Apparently these are ...

    Franklin Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

    ... 19 and then took US-129 into Robbinsville. Our home for the night was Simple Life Campground. After setting up our tents, we headed into town for dinner at El Pacifico Mexican Restaurant. The food was decent, but it just seems weird eating Mexican food without beer. Robbinsville is in Graham County, which is still dry. After dinner, we made a small campfire and took showers at the campground, our last opportunity to bathe on this trip, and then went to bed ...

    Little Canada Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 21, 2014

    ... but the trail was actually even steeper going down. It was so steep, there was no standing up. All we could do was hold on to rhododendron branches and “monkey swing” down. Heading down, I though I heard voices, but assumed I must be hallucinating from the strenuous climb. Nobody else could be at Dismal Falls today. As we approached Dismal Creek, the trail leveled off, but was very overgrown and required a lot ...

    Highlands Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 20, 2014

    ... as it heads down the waterfall. Our first view of the falls was from the top. We couldn’t see much of the waterfall, but the fall foliage here was absolutely gorgeous. From here, we headed down to the base of the upper section, consisting of two free falls and some nice cascades. Then we headed down even more stairs and switchbacks to the base of the middle section. The middle section is perhaps the most impressive, ...