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in Yonah, Georgia
April 29, 2010

Yonah Mountain Campground is in the mountains of northern Georgia near the Chattahoochee River and 4 miles from the Alpine Village of Helen. It is also convenient to the Richard Russell Scenic Highway with outlets to numerous waterfalls. April 29, 2010
sign - Yonah Mountain Campground
sign - Yonah Mountain Campground
a wooden woodpecker on a pole at the campground a welcome bear in the campground office
a wooden woodpecker on a pole
Information about this campground: Check-out time was noon. They charged an extra $2 per night for 50 amp service, plus an extra $2 per night for cable TV. No garbage pick-up - you take your own garbage to the dumpster next to site 72. Propane available. No clotheslines allowed. No washing of vehicles. Pets on leash allowed. The campground claimed to have a pool, horseshoes, clubhouse, TV Room, Laundry, basketball court, card playing room, fire rings, bathhouse, fishing hole, volleyball, ice and propane sales and internet access, but the two RV Gypsies did not check out any of that stuff. There was a book exchange with lots of books. The TV room was absolutely wonderful.
sign  to watch out for kids playing
The RV of the two RV Gypsies - and the view behind their RV. Wherever the two RV Gypsies travel, they are never far from their home and they never have to pack or unpack. They always have their own kitchen, bed, and shower. What a great way to live!
The RV of the two RV Gypsies
the view behind the RV of the two RV Gypsies

The two RV Gypsies ate at Wendell's Country Cooking Restaurant. The server was country friendly and the food decent. But what's with the burlap curtains and the twigs??

restaurant sign
curtains in the restaurant
look below for great waterfalls
go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesPlease continue on the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia: waterfalls, Babyland, Helen, and Cleveland.