A campground near the city of Bryan Canyon in Georgia is one of the few options to enjoy the beautiful wilds of Georgia’s Bitterroot Mountains.
Bitterroots, the region’s most popular wildflower, can be found on the outskirts of Atlanta, with its dense vegetation and low elevations.
The area is located in Georgia’s Georgia Mountain National Forest and is the home of many species of wildflowers.
The camping site is situated in a rugged, low-lying area of the BitterRoot National Forest, about 2,600 feet above sea level.
Banyan Creek is a low, marshy river that runs in the middle of the area, but it’s not too difficult to hike.
A well-stocked campground and a nearby river are located just a short distance away.
Beverly Hill Campground is located a short drive away from Bryan Canyon, but is less popular with hikers due to its narrow, rocky path.
If you’re looking for a quieter spot, the Appalachian Trail is a popular option.
It’s located in the Appalachian Mountains, where it’s one of Georgia’ most popular hikes.
You can camp at the nearby campsite, and the campground itself offers a nice view of the mountain.
You’ll need to pack plenty of water and food for your family, but the camping experience is certainly worth the drive.
For more hiking, check out our Georgia Wildflowers Guide.