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Hoping if anyone from North Georgia area can help me out. My husband and I's trip to Maine this coming week was just cancelled due to a very dear friends death so instead we are hoping to go to the North Georgia area for a few days and are wondering if anyone can steer us towards some good cabins to rent? We have pulled some up on the internet but are leery as you never know for sure what you are actually going to get.

Any help is greatly appreciated. We will be pulling an enclosed trailer so cabin will need to have access for turn around, etc.

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Most, if not all of the cabin rentals you see on the internet for the Georgia mountains are very reputable. My wife and I stayed in a couple of them from Blue Sky, and found them very enjoyable. My only complaint, is that the sofa was way to small, and it didn't snow.

Turn around room for a trailer may be a bit tough to judge though. Most of the roads for these cabins are very narrow and run on the side of the mountains.

Bring a big cooler, buy a fair amount of grocery items, as grocery stores are generally a fair distance away. I don't like going in the summer, too darned hot, and the hot tub is not even remotely enjoyable in the summertime heat.
 

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Check out the Unicoi area and Unicoi state park, they have cabins. This is right near Helan GA., little Bavarian replica town. Antiques, wine, etc.... we had fun!
 

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Blood Mountain Cabins

www.bloodmountain.com. Nice people, nice place. Two-night minimum on weekends. Just south/downhill of the Appalachian Trail store at Neel's Gap. I've been there two weekends this summer already, trailering up my dual sports.
 

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thanks everyone for all the replies. we stayed at a cabin in the Blue Ridge area called Above The Rest and it was absolutely beautiful. It had everything you could want or need in a home away from home. If you ever need some cabins to stay in look these cabins up just make sure you call ahead and talk to them to see which cabins can accomadate a trailer if you are not riding your bikes up because the mountain they are on is quite steep and so are the drives in to some of the cabins.

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Re: Blood Mountain Cabins

www.bloodmountain.com. Nice people, nice place. Two-night minimum on weekends. Just south/downhill of the Appalachian Trail store at Neel's Gap. I've been there two weekends this summer already, trailering up my dual sports.
I totally forgot! It's only an iPhone picture, but it's a picture. I had too low a man/machine ratio to keep riding the Wee on dirt, so I've taken up running a little DRZ-400 on dual sport stuff lately. This was a really, really fun weekend.

 
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