This beautiful CREEK-SIDE RV SITE allows the back of your RV unit to be less than 15’ from the creek, affording a spectacular view of the creek, pastures, and Blue Ridge foothills leading up to Brasstown Bald, on the Blue Ridge Divide, and the highest point (4784′) in GA. This combination of creek frontage and view make this lot unique in this park, and perhaps among privately owned RV lots anywhere in north GA. Large shed with stained glass windows, workbench with vise. Shed recently re-roofed with metal roofing, and both shed and deck recently re-stained. New timbers lining driveway and pad. Site shaded by large River Birch and Maple trees–never had to use an awning. Nice landscaping touches, including native Rhododendron next to shed and deck. Fire pit with about 1/2 cord supply of firewood. Stone wall on creek bank, with steps into creek. Sewer and water service are included with POA dues–$400/year. Wi-fi is available. Bathhouse with showers and laundry facilities, and covered pavilion with picnic tables, are both nearby.
Choestoe Valley RV Park is well off the beaten path. The Choestoe Valley is an unspoiled, undeveloped, peaceful, and beautiful area of North Georgia. Choestoe (“cho-es-toe-ee”) is a Cherokee word that translates as, “where the rabbits dance”. The Choestoe area is that land bounded by the upper Hiawassee River in south Towns County, the Nottely River in south Union County, up to Blood Mountain, and across the headwaters of the Chattachoochee River, and is surrounded on three sides by the Blue Ridge Mountains. The RV park is located by going eight miles south of Blairsville on U.S. 19/129, then east on SR 180 for 1.8 mi. toward Brasstown Bald, turning right on Little Ed Road, and and turning immediately left on Choestoe Valley Circle, the RV park entrance. The Google maps address for the RV park is 5448 Choestoe Valley Circle, Blairsville GA 30512. Look for Lot number 23, EOC 562. The lot is located on Choestoe Creek, a tributary of the Nottely River. Brasstown Bald is four mi. east, Vogel State Park is four mi. south, and access to the Appalachian Trail is seven mi. south. The Nottely River is about two mi. west and it and other nearby streams are regularly stocked with trout by the Georgia DNR . Helen GA is 15 mi. away, the new Casino in Murphy NC is about 20 mi. away, and there are many other attractions in the area, making this a great jumping-off point for many activities including motorcycling, bicycling, hiking, fishing, nature photography, etc.