Located at the edge of the Chattahoochee National Forest near Blue Ridge, Georgia. Camp Skeenah Creek resides on the grounds of the old Skeenah Creek Mill. Built in 1848, the grist mill had been operational grinding meal for over one hundred and thirty years. The campground is honored to be in Skeenah Gap, a part of the greater Skeenah GapValley area.
"Skeenah", according to the historic archives means, Damn Black Bear. The original native stewards of these lands, the Cherokee Indians translate the word "Skeenah" to mean ghost .
Whether traveling by yourself, with family or friends, Camp Skeenah Creek and Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains, offer the perfect setting to:
The Farm House Kitchen is available 24/7, to those residing in the Realm.... although the oversized 1895 Cooking Fire Place still exists we've added a gas stove, modern fridge and freezers ... bring whatever you'd like to cook....
The Roman Bath House differs from most campground Bath Houses.... hence the term Roman .... they always preferred hot water. We think thats a novel idea .... our mountain rendition gas heats water from our natural spring with insta hot and plenty of towels.
Open-Air Club House- Overlooking the Old Mill, working water wheel and falls; sports WI-FI, satellite TV, sound system and even Karaoke. A great spot for weddings, parties, rallies, reunions and other social events.
Off-Roaders- A plethora of space for their toys with ATV&OHV trails close by.
A.T.erS & Hikers- A close stop over to the trail.