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Talona Ridge to be the most exciting RV resort destination in the North Georgia Mountains

Although planning for Georgia’s newest RV traveler destination resort began several years ago, the shovels hit the ground and the resort published a ground-breaking ceremony in November of 2020.

In the heart of apple country, and at the center of hundreds of historical sites, adventure experiences, fly-fishing, wineries and exquisite arts and craft communities, sits the little town of East Ellijay. For many years the ridge to the east of the main thoroughfare sat untapped and vacant.

Now there’s a buzz in the air, excitement for the community, and an absolute gem for the RV owner as they can reach new heights in their exploration of the area by finding Talona Ridge RV Resort of East Ellijay.

This resort is a literal gateway to the mountains, being positioned strategically within 60-90 minutes north of Atlanta.

RVers can reach new heights in their travel and excursions of the Blue Ridge Mountain lifestyle in luxury, by setting to rest their behemoth traveling homes on the spacious (up to) eighty foot long poured-pad sites with full hookup as part of the package. Talona Ridge was specifically designed for Class A Motor Coaches and Fifth Wheels to allow safe accessibility year-round as well as hassle-free setup at its oversized sites.

Never before has this region seen the likes of the commanding mountain views for an RV resort, with a lush amenities package available at Talona Ridge, due to open November of 2021.

RV owners can truly consider Talona Ridge the North Georgia RV destination at which to call home, enjoying the countless opportunities for exploration and the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of this popular mountainous resting point. Just a short drive from the quaint town centers of Ellijay, and the attractive Blue Ridge, Helen, which are an escape any traveller would find incredibly pleasant to explore.

Hiking, mountain biking, fishing, wine tasting, arts and craft shopping, waterfalls, trail of tears and historical markers, birdwatching, fall apple festivals and literally hundreds of excursion points will keep this RV resort one of the most popular destinations in the North Georgia mountains for many years to come.