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Stayed at the Navaho cabin this time, it was great! Our new favorite. We've stayed in all the other two person cabins and like Navaho the best.
The best thing about Enota is that once you are there you don't have to drive anywhere else...More
We just got back from a overnight camping trip with 17 children ranging in ages from 8-12. This was my first time "roughing it" and it was an amazing experience. The staff was wonderful as well as the site. We stayed right next to the...More
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We have a 28' RV and made reservations at Enota. The campsites are very close to one-another and offer virtually no privacy. This is...More
Stayed 3 nights in 26 foot rv. The area is beautiful. Stayed alongside the stream. Plenty of area to walk. The structures are very run down. It had no effect on our stay. Would definitely come again. If you want to see waterfalls go to...More
Everything had an additional cost, including a fire, firewood, dog, etc. Our bill was $251 for 2 adults in a tent (4nights) and 2 additional tent guests (3 nights.) Bathrooms were filthy and steamy, due to lack of ventilation. The natural beauty of the location...More
Enota is the perfect mountain escape to spend time with your friends and family. Enota is a non-profit conservation facility committed to preserving our beautiful land with a limited number of accommodations including motel hotel rooms, cabins, full hook-up RV sites, pop-up & tent sites and a Retreat Center for conferences, groups, events and seminars. Enota is rated to be in the top 100 camping destinations in the country. Enota Mountain Retreat in Helen Hiawassee Georgia.
There are county roads leading into the park from Helen so you should be fine. The road that Enota is off of is a very good road due to it's also a main thoroughfare for Brass Town Bald. The roads inside Enota are gravel so... More
There are county roads leading into the park from Helen so you should be fine. The road that Enota is off of is a very good road due to it's also a main thoroughfare for Brass Town Bald. The roads inside Enota are gravel so you'll have to go slow.
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There is plenty to do all year round.Saturdays hay rides and always animals to pet and see.March would be rather pleasant weather I would think.Place is breathtaking, hiking to waterfalls, trout fishing so easy little... More
There is plenty to do all year round.Saturdays hay rides and always animals to pet and see.March would be rather pleasant weather I would think.Place is breathtaking, hiking to waterfalls, trout fishing so easy little toddler could do it at the trout pond at lodge.Creeks and streams to play in,ducks to chase,trampolines,fellow kids to runaround with,local area offers horseback riding,kiyaking,white water rafting,go boating on Lake Chatuge 12 miles up road.Checkout Brasstown Bald just a bit up road highest point in Georgia.