An Upscale RV Resort
DESIGNED FOR THE NEW AGE OF LUXURY RVs
Just an hour and 20 minutes north of Atlanta at the Gateway to the North Georgia Mountains, sits Talona Ridge RV Resort of East Ellijay. Your RV adventures hit new heights as you come experience the luxury and spectacular 360° vistas of unspoiled mountain ranges.
Talona Ridge sits atop a plateau looking down into the Ellijay valley with commanding views of the Cohutta and Rich Mountain Wilderness and surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains. Our Resort’s three-tiered level topography allows guests to experience the variety of beauty that sets the Blue Ridge Mountains apart from the rest.
Maximized Site Sizes
Talona Ridge was specifically designed for full length Big Rig motor coaches to allow safe accessibility all year as well as hassle-free setup at all of our oversized rental sites. With sites being an average of 25' wide, including a spacious paved site with extended patio, the longest of RV homes can park and stay with plenty of room. Read more about RV standards.
All-Year Adventure Possibilities
Ellijay itself is a year-round destination of adventure. Come witness the beauty of the apple capital of Georgia and experience the colors of Autumn painted on the mountains, winter bringing stunning hiking views and Christmas time in the Appalachians. Spring brings the nearby Chattahoochee National Forest alive with blossoms and life, and Summer brings river adventures and festivals galore.
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Our resort is arranged beautifully by the topography. Eagle Crest sits high above East Ellijay with the most spectacular views. Falcon Ridge and Hawk Valley have amazing views of their own, as each steps down towards the east. Our final phase, Falcon Ridge, is due to open June 2022.
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From Across the USA
You'll find Talona Ridge RV Resort approximately 1-2 hours' drive north of Atlanta, GA. The resort is firmly planted at the Gateway to the Mountains with so much to see and do.
Explore the beautiful state of Georgia, get away from the heat and the savannah landscape and into the southern piedmont region of Appalachia! We can't wait to show you around.