LET’S FIND A PLACE TO STAY SO YOU CAN BE FULLY RESTED FOR YOUR TIME HERE GRAVEL ADVENTURING
LODGING AND CAMPING
I’ve been asked a few times already for places to stay. Here’s what I know for sure. There just isn’t a lot around. Here’s what I have dug up so far. If I find more, I will add it.
Camping for Border Wars:
The surest bet is –
Chattahoochee Bend State Park. I’ve camped here several times. It’s a very nice facility. It is about 30-minutes away though. We (MTB Atlanta) are actually building MTB Trails here and this will be a MTB destination at some point.
Click here to go to the state park website
The closest bet is
McIntosh Reserve Park. Only 14-miles from the start, McIntosh is the closest. (It’s literally across the river from Chattahoochee Bend as the crow flies, but 40-miles by car) It has 50 primitive sites based on a first come, first serve basis. However, you have to register, so they recommend calling ahead. You can find more info here.
Click here to go to the Carroll County Website
Brush Creek is 20-minutes. Never stayed here, but it gets “ok” reviews.
Click here to go to the Heard County Website
There are several campsites around the lake, but the lake is big, so I would check on the distance from Ephesus, GA
Click here for Lake Wedowee camping information
Or Bushhead shoals has primitive camping (or so it says. I would call)
Click here for the Bushhead Shoals Facebook page
Hotels for Border Wars:
Carrolton is 14-miles from the start and is the closest large town to eat, shop, stay, etc. There are plenty of hotel options.
Click here for a Google map of Hotels in Carrolton
Click here for the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce
Hoganville has a couple cute places if you’re looking to stay out of the way.
The Grand Hotel click here
The Hogan House click here