Enota Mountain Retreat
1000 Highway 180
Number of Sites: 100
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 35
Tents Allowed: Yes
About: Whether you're looking for rest and relaxation or a place to deepen your connection to the earth, Enota has something for everyone. Cabins, teepees, tent and RV sites are available for a most comfortable stay. Rushing water, wild meadows, and fragrant forest surround the property, making it a peaceful and private retreat.
-30/50 Amp Service
-Big Rig Friendly
-Pull Thru Sites
From Atlanta: Take I-85 North to I-985 N/Lanier Pkwy towards Gainesville. Stay on 985 North for about 35-45 minutes until you get to the third traffic light. At the light make a left onto 384 towards Helen. Road 384 will dead-end in to road 75. Make a right onto road 75 going north and going through the town of Helen. Once in Helen, stay north on 75 and go over the mountain. As you get to the bottom of the other side, you will cross a small stream and then see our road 180. Make a left on to 180, go 2.6 miles, and you will the see the Enota sign on the left.
From Chattanooga, TN: Head north on I-75 to Hwy 64 East towards Murphy, NC. Proceed to Hwy 11 toward Blairsville, GA Go through the town square to Hwy 19/129 South. Turn left on Hwy 180. Go approximately 8-9 miles (you will pass Brasstown Bald Mountain). Enota's entrance is on the right. (If you pass Enota, you will end up at Hwy 75 in another 3 miles).
From Ashville, NC: Take I-40 West, Then I-23 South to Dillsboro. Stay on I-23 until just past Franklin, NC, Then take I-64 West. Stay on 64 about 20 minutes. Go past Shooting Creek, turn left onto Hwy 175/75 into Hiawassee, GA. Go through town, on the south end turn right on Hwy 17/75 towards Helen, GA. Go South about 6.2 miles. (Watch for The Deer Lodge Restaurant on left as road narrows back to 2 lane.) Next road to the right is Hwy 180. Turn onto Hwy 180 and proceed for approximately 2.6 miles. Watch for signs and entrance to campground on the left.
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