Question about Mountain View Campground

Donnbarr asked on 7/22/2021

How curvy or wide are access roads leading to campground?

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2 reviews

Answered on 7/22/2021:

The road into the campground is straight and up a hill to the entrance.
Jean B.
Austin, TX
25' Airstream Flying Cloud
Chevrolet Silverado 2500
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

We pulling a 25’ trailer and had no problem driving from Hiawassee to Mountainview. The road from Helen, GA to Hiawassee reaches an elevation of 3,000’ and is narrow with several tight turns so it would be a challenge pulling a trailer up or down that route. Once you unhook, be sure to visit Anna Ruby Falls in Helen. It’s beautiful.
Eric
FL
30' Keystone Passport
2015 Chevy Silverado
5 reviews

Answered on 7/22/2021:

The roads from the town of Hiawassee are very easy. If you must cross the mountain to get into the area that can be a tough ride. I’ve done it several times pulling a 30’ trailer. Just take your time, enjoy and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

Two lane road leading to slight uphill grade entering campground. No real problems. No sharp curves.
2 reviews

Answered on 7/22/2021:

As I recall, we didn't have any problems at all. The roads are very good in Hiawassee.
BuddyAtl
Gainesville, GA
Jayco
Ford F150
5 reviews

Answered on 7/22/2021:

I agree with ywego - The concrete drive from the road to the campground is wide and easy - a little bumpy because it has an interesting "history" you can ask the owners about :-). The internal roads are adequate and because the owners ALWAYS come walk you into your site.
Dave S
NC
28' Airstream Globetrotter
Ford F250 Power Stroke
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

Not bad at all, no problem pulling a 28 foot trailer and there were several Class A motorhomes in the campground while we were there.

Answered on 7/22/2021:

We came in from the south on 75 (17/unicoi turnpike) in a 35’ motorhome. Avoid this road if possible as it has steep hairpin switchbacks. We made it ok but it wasn’t pleasant!
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

We camped in tiffin class a 35 foot. No problems from main highway
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

Not bad at all. Hade a 40’ class A with a toad and had no issues.
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

Stay in the speed limit 25, and you will be fine. Pleasant ride. Driveway into campground steep, take it easy no problem

Answered on 7/22/2021:

I had no problem with my 36' Trailer behind a Ram 2500 crew cab. the driveway is a little steep, but not bad. there is one tight corner on the road leaving the campground, but it was not a problem for us. The road is plenty wide enough.
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

We have a 36' Class A and had no trouble. The road is a side road but very manageable. The road is also not heavily traveled and we didn't experience any on coming traffic
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

It was not bad at all, as long as you take the directions they provide. We were concerned as well but pleasantly surprised how easy the roads were.
Vesta and Roger
TN
25' BigFoot
Ram 3500
1 review

Answered on 7/25/2021:

Up a lil hill, straight shot and about 50 yards long, everyone manages to arrive unshaken from Class A to 30 foot trailers. No worries!
1 review

Answered on 7/24/2021:

I have a 35ft Montana 5th wheel. I didn’t have a problem with the roads.The campground is very nice, and so are the owners. janrichbart
1 review

Answered on 7/23/2021:

No problem, I assume. We’re a 44 ft. Tag axle.
TraceyS
GA
22' Forest River Micro Ultra Lite
Ram
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

All the roads we traveled were great. There were a few big rigs camping wile we were there as well, so I am assuming that no one else had trouble.
1 review

Answered on 7/22/2021:

The main roads are not bad - just don't turn in by the goats on the roof place on 441, keep going and turn on a main road. GPS took us that way and that road is terrible.