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Blue Ridge / Toccoa River KOA Holiday
Welcome to the Blue Ridge / Toccoa River KOA!
The Toccoa River tumbles down from the Blue Ridge Mountains, flows into Lake Blue Ridge and right past this new KOA. Settle in with your choice of spacious sites, all with full hookups and free Wi-Fi. There's a pool for your enjoyment, a pavilion for group get-togethers and Kamp K9 for your furry travel companions. You'll find plenty of room to roam; the campground adjoins the new campus of the University of North Georgia. Rivers, lakes and mountains all converge in the area, giving you boundless opportunities for recreation. Pick apples at nearby orchards or discover the unique shops, craft breweries and wineries of historic communities like Blue Ridge, McCaysville, Copperhill, and Murphy.
Pool: Memorial Day Weekend-Labor Day Weekend.
Max pull thru: 75 ft.
DO NOT FOLLOW A GPS!
Google may not have us accurately located!! Call us at 706-946-0355 for specific directions.
The Blue Ridge Toccoa River Campground is at 67 Blackhawk Drive, Blue Ridge, GA 30513.GPS Coordinates: 34.889611, -84.289669 [34°53'22.6"N 84°17'22.8"W]
From Atlanta, GA: Take 575N to 515N/5N/76E. Data on 76E at intersection of Blue Ridge Drive (Hwy 5) and Appalachian Highway (76E). Go 2.1 miles, and pass Ingles Ingles/TJ Maxx on the left. Go approximately 1/2 mile through the next light. After passing the Exxon, get in left turn lane and turn left. Follow KOA signs to BR/TR KOA.
Eastbound Hwy 75 (515): Proceed 2.1 miles past rt. 5/Blue Ridge Drive intersection in the town of Blue Ridge. Watch for Ingles Market/TJ Maxx on your left. Go approximately 1/2 mile through the next light. After passing the Exxon, get in left turn lane and turn left. Follow KOA signs to BR/TR KOA.
Westbound Hwy 76: From junction of Hwy 60 proceed west on Hwy 76 for 1.7 miles. KOA on right.
Do NOT turn on Henry Road, Millholland Road, or Highway 5/Old Highway 5.
Without a doubt the nicest KOA we have stayed in. New, clean, all sites level. Staff was every helpful and kind. The sound of the river running beside the park added to the relaxation level. While in town I stopped by the welcome center/chamber of commerce to pick up some local information. I happened to mention we were staying at the KOA and owners got rave reviews from them too. I highly recommend this campground for an overnight or multi-night stay.
Stayed here mid March. Great little campground along the river. We had a site along the River (50). It had a small buffer between our TT and the River. Ours happened to be right near the fishing dock. Staff was very friendly. They escort you to your site. Someone comes once a day for trash pick up. Bath Houses were very clean also.
Such a cute little place for a cabin break. We'll worth coming and staying a few days! Easy access to trails and grocery shopping if needed! Super friendly staff!
First KOA that we have stayed at. I will give it 5 stars but we did have an obnoxious pusher next to us. He decided to turn his outside TV up at 8 pm and then scream at the top of his lungs on his cell phone to someone. Camp ground is wonderful. They had a food truck on Friday night that had some great taco's. Best campground store that we have seen in three years. We are in Blue Ridge 5-7 times per year. Will definitely make this our first choice from now on.
Super cute campground in Blue Ridge! We wish we would have booked a longer stay, great staff, amazing water views and access. The playground is visible from pretty much the whole campground. The only criticism we could leave would be maybe more laundry machines, we were only there for one night and there was quite a backup, but it was an amazing stay!