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    Campgrounds & RV Parks in Hiawassee


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    Business Listing   Bald MTN Park RV Resort & Day Park - Hiawassee, GA - Phone: (706) 896-2274


    Business Listing   Chatuge Woods Campground - Hiawassee, GA - Phone: (706) 896-4012


    Business Listing   Enota Mountain Retreat - Hiawassee, GA - Phone: (706) 896-4737


    Business Listing   Hickorynut Cove Campgrounds & Trout Farm - Hiawassee, GA - Phone: (706) 896-5341


    Business Listing   Mountain View Campground - Hiawassee, GA - Phone: (706) 896-4589


    Business Listing   T W Lakeside Landing Inc - Hiawassee, GA - Phone: (706) 896-3487


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    Helpful Definition for: Campgrounds & RV Parks


    Hiawassee has campgroungs and RV parks are available for recreational use. Camping is a popular activity nationally, and enables one to spend time in closer touch with nature. A campground is defined as a place used for camping, especially one equipped with cooking grills, water, and bathrooms. An RV park is a place where people with recreational vehicles can stay overnight, or longer. They are also spaces known as pitches or sites. RV grounds in Hiawassee can also provide tent camping facilities. The services available at such places can vary widely. Some of the services that may be available in Hiawassee campgrounds for individual sites include a charging station, telephone, WiFi, drinking water and sewer connections, sometimes, a television connection. General facilities include barbecue area, bathouses, convenience stores, giftshops, hot tubs, recreation halls etc. Rent is collected for using the site, much like motels or hotels. Payment on time-share basis may also be possible.

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