Trackrock Campground | Blairsville, GA

by | Dec 5, 2014

Joan and I always enjoy our North Georgia trips. Usually less than 3 hours from home base and there’s so much to see and do regardless the time of year. For this trip, we left Thanksgiving afternoon for 5 days in Blairsville, destination Trackrock Campground. It had been years since we last visited this campground and we were thrilled that changes had occurred only to make this family owned property better. You won’t find paved road, but the campground is easy to navigate offering a wide variety of sites for big rigs to tents.

I must mention our camp host. They were so pleasant and helpful when we arrived. We wanted a pull through and for the time of year we had a number to choose from. We originally select site 18 overlooking the lake, but saw this was on the main drive for the campground and settled for a spot atop the pavilion. This area was big rig friendly offering full hookup along with 30 and 50 amp electric. Sites were very level with reasonable space in between with additional space for the dually when we unhooked. We also found the site wifi node and service was excellent. For this time of year, the larger sites were about 60% full. There were several bathhouses. We didn’t have a need to visit and can’t speak of condition.

Big rigs, talk to the host before you wander off. The bottom area is tight and not for big rigs. Corners are tight and overall, you just don’t have any business wandering into this area. It’s designed for smaller trailers and tents.

This area has so much to offer. Want to just chill in the campground, you got it. It’s quite with lake, well maintained grounds and you can enjoy a horse ride at the stables if that’s you thing. Blairsville is a great destination with the typical big box stores nearby. To many eateries to mention, but we had great ribs and bar-b-que at Rib County. And when in Blairsville, you must go to Alexander’s Store. Ask the host for directions and I bet they have at least one of everything from boots, clothing, furniture, nic-nacks and outdoor sporting goods. We took the annual trip to Hiawassee and Helen. Helen was busy as usual with thousands in town for the holiday, but we were still able to get a little Christmas shopping done and enjoy some excellent German food.

Will we go back to Trackrock? No doubt. Friendly, clean, big rig friendly, reasonably priced and we just love the North Georgia mountains.

I love RV life. Jerry

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