Friday, June 7, 2013

Friday GA update...

Looks like rain again...  50% chance till noon, then slightly lower.  I may run to town and on the way back explore Coopers Creek Rec Area.
Several locals say it's great fun for dirt roads and fire access roads.

Free Camping at Cooper's Creek WMA Near Blairsville, Ga.

Teresa Erwin

Free camping in some of the most scenic areas of Georgia can get anyone who loves the great outdoors very excited. For those on a tight budget or with vacation time and no money to spend, consider primitive camping at Cooper's Creek WMA near Blairsville. Planning a vacation doesn't have to break the bank, especially in the beautiful North Georgia Mountains. While many people either have time on their hands or vacation time and no money to go anywhere, you can be planning your next free outdoor escape. Take the family on a free Georgia camping adventure and enjoy the scenic wonders of these amazing mountains of the south.
Camping Details & Information
Located 10 miles southwest of Blairsville, Ga., this free camping oasis is just south of the Blue Ridge Highway. There are several designated free primitive camping areas on Cavender Gap or Mulky Gap Road.
This is fairly rugged Georgia mountain landscape, and there are plenty of hiking trails. With 30,000 acres of pristine Georgia wilderness to enjoy, it's hard not to find plenty of free outdoor activities in this area.

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