Looking for adventure?
Need a place to revive, refresh, and renew?
Come join us at one of our eight RV sites!
Our RV sites come with each of the following for your enjoyment:
-Full-Hook-ups (water, septic, and electric)
-6 sites have 30 amp service
-2 sites have 50 amp service
-All sites come with free Wi-Fi access
-Trash disposal available on site
As a courtesy for our RV visitors only, pets are allowed but must remain leashed and cleaned up after while on the property.
Call (828.389.8828) or email for availability.
OPen activity Options
These on-property activities are included for all RV site renters to enjoy. All activities are subject to availability.
-Ga Ga Ball
-Plenty of space for walking
We also have a large open field for general play and recreation.
A pond is available on site for relaxing and/or fishing.
**catch and release only and please provide your own equipment**
We have a nine hole putt putt course with the putters and golf balls conveniently located close by.
We have both the traditional ping pong table and 2 new circle pong tables. Circle pong is played the same as 4 square. Play well and see how long you can hold on to the King spot.
Carpetball is an extremely popular and simple game. Play against a friend as you take turns rolling the cue ball back and forth, trying to knock your opponent’s pool balls off the table. Once you succeed, the other player has a chance to tie it up and send it into overtime. Normally there is a line of people ready to challenge the winner.
Ga ga Ball
Ga Ga Ball, or Octoball, is a cross between four square and dodgeball. If the ball hits you knee and below you are out of that round. The ball must be hit and not thrown. It’s a great activity for 4-40 people to enjoy at a time.
We have a variety of traditional sports as well, including; basketball, volleyball, and soccer. We also have an open field with room for football, ultimate frisbee, kickball, and much more.
Things to do in the area
These are some activities and attractions you can find in the local area! There’s a lot more to do in this area than we can list here!
Lake Chatuge is perfect for a sunset walk, boat rental, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and much more! This 7,000 acre lake offers stunning mountain views and straddles the North Carolina and Georgia state lines. Whether you are staying for a day or a month, you will want to visit during your stay with us.
Great hiking trails with varying degrees of difficulty canvas the mountains of Western North Carolina and Northern Georgia. The closest options to Truett include Fires Creek, Miller Trek, High Shoals Falls, Murphy River Walk, the Quanassee Path, Jackrabbit Trail (also great for mountain biking), and the legendary Appalachian Trail.
John C. Campbell Folk School
The John C. Campbell Folk School is a fantastic facility that preserves and teaches traditional skills is a nuturing environment. They have events throughout the year in addition to classes you can sign up for ranging from basket-making to woodworking and everything in between. Truett is only a fifteen minute drive away. For more information go to https://www.folkschool.org/index.php.
Local Community Parks
Truett is located within twenty minutes of at least five great community parks designed to entertain kids for hours. No kids? The first four parks listed below also feature multiple pickleball courts and an avid, welcoming community of players. During warm summer months you may want to use Towns County and Clay County beaches to take a dip in Lake Chatuge.
- Veterans Park (Hayesville, NC)
- Towns County Pickle Ball Complex & Playground (Hiawassee, GA)
- Mayor’s Park (Young Harris, GA)
- Konehete Park (Murphy, NC)
- Clay County Park (Hayesville, NC)
Food Festivals/Car Shows/Music Shows
Truett is located near many food festivals, car shows, and music shows. Enjoy BBQ, mountain cuisine, and ramp food festivals. For cars, you can find a show nearly every Saturday during summer months in one of the local towns. In addition to that, we are located near Memory Lane Classic Car Museum that has over 100 classic cars. With close proximity to the world famous stretch of highway 129, the Tail of the Dragon, it’s a popular destination for many car enthusiasts and motorcycle riders. We are also really close to the Georgia State Fairground which hosts many music festivals. For those that enjoy even more music, you’ll find weekly shows in Hayesville and Hiawassee during warmer months.
Click on the video below for a virtual tour of the area