In our continuing RV travels through Georgia there is another historic water-powered mill worth a stop. Just south of Fayetteville you will encounter the very scenic Starrs Mill. As we learned in the last entry, during the mid-1800s, mills were constructed by the thousands to take advantage of the seemingly endless supply of water power […]
For the past few entries, we have been exploring the golden history and waterfalls among the rolling hills of the Dahlonega area in North Georgia. In this entry, we are heading south towards Atlanta, which takes us out of the hills and into territory more easily traversed via RV. Those that follow this blog regularly […]
Spring is a great time to visit the Peach State while the azaleas are in full bloom. Located two hours northwest of Augusta is Victoria Bryant State Park in Royston. Nestled in the rolling hills of Georgia’s upper Piedmont, this is one of northern Georgia’s best kept secrets. It is also one of Georgia’s eight […]
In the last entry, we explored waterfalls north of Dahlonega, Georgia. There are many more waterfalls in the surrounding area for those that take the time to seek them out. One of them you won’t want to miss is 729-foot Amicalola Falls. Not only is it the tallest waterfall in Georgia, but it is also […]
In the past couple of entries, we have been exploring the golden history of Dahlonega, Georgia. In this installment, we will head start heading north in our RV to the DeSoto Falls Recreation Area exploring other waterfalls along our route. Our first stop is Cane Creek Falls on the northern outskirts of Dahlonega. The falls […]
In our last post, we visited Georgia’s Dahlonega Gold Museum and learned about one of the earliest gold rushes in the United States. In that elusive search for the precious yellow metal, gold seekers eventually began to look underground to find the source of all the placer gold they had been recovering for years in […]
Those that have followed my blog for the past ten years or so know that I have a fascination with the gold rushes that have occurred in North America, and I have visited all of the gold rush sites in the eleven western states, British Columbia, and Yukon. So when recent travels took us east […]
Mild weather and a variety of activities draw many visitors to the Peach State of Georgia, especially during winter months. On the outskirts of Savannah, for example, RVers can enjoy the splendors of picturesque Skidaway Island State Park and then tee it up at nearby Hunter Golf Club. Skidaway Island State Park is set on […]
Outside of Georgia’s more populated areas are more than 30 state parks, which are all ideal for RVers and easily accessible off I-75.
Open year-round, Scenic Mountain RV Park and Campground is a 112-acre gem hidden in the hills south of downtown Milledgeville, Georgia. Located about 100 miles southeast of Atlanta, just off Highway 441, this park is a peach! Since 2013, Scenic Mountain RV Park and Campground has been owned and operated by Detmer Shaffer, a seasoned […]
There are many reasons to visit the Wanee Lake Golf Course and RV Park in Ashburn as its a clean, comfortable, and quiet resort in the heart of Georgia.