Enota Mountain Retreat

★★★★★
  • 1000 State Rte 180

    Hiawassee, GA 30546

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  • 706-896-9966

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After going to Enota, I had to write something about them. This place is wonderful. The grounds are well kept, the farm and garden had so much going on, looked like a lot vegetables growing everywhere. They also have a neat farm with some cows, horses, goats and chickens. I learned that the facility used to be a CCC camp a long time ago. Really cool history there! The place is very peaceful, no traffic nearby to speak of, not a lot of noise at all. Even with all the kids that were there when we were, it still was rather quiet. We had dinner in the lodge, which was delicious. We had chicken and some veggies that came out of the organic garden. The staff that works there were all really nice folks, with many different backgrounds we learned. Everyone liked to talk about where they came from and why they were there. We stayed in a cabin, the Bears Den, and we loved it. It was an old restored cabin with lots of character and history to it. Plenty of room for two people, even though we didn't stay indoors much at all. There was way too much to see, the mountains, the woods with the trails and the gorgeous waterfalls a little ways back. We will definitely be back, and I am looking to bring my womens' group here for a retreat. I know they will love it as much as we did.

Donna
Atlanta
2009

5
★★★★★

After going to Enota, I had to write something about them. This place is wonderful. The grounds are well kept, the farm and garden had so much going on, looked like a lot vegetables growing everywhere. They also have a neat farm with some cows, horses, goats and chickens. I learned that the facility used to be a CCC camp a long time ago. Really cool history there! The place is very peaceful, no traffic nearby to speak of, not a lot of noise at all. Even with all the kids that were there when we were, it still was rather quiet. We had dinner in the lodge, which was delicious. We had chicken and some veggies that came out of the organic garden. The staff that works there were all really nice folks, with many different backgrounds we learned. Everyone liked to talk about where they came from and why they were there. We stayed in a cabin, the Bears Den, and we loved it. It was an old restored cabin with lots of character and history to it. Plenty of room for two people, even though we didn't stay indoors much at all. There was way too much to see, the mountains, the woods with the trails and the gorgeous waterfalls a little ways back. We will definitely be back, and I am looking to bring my womens' group here for a retreat. I know they will love it as much as we did.

Donna
Atlanta
2009

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Upon our arrival we found more than what we expected. A clean family oriented, beautifully kept place of peace, rest and enjoyment.

The creek side camping offers families with not much more than a pop-up or a tent, the chance to experience nature as our early American Indian friends once did. You keep your prices low so that working families are not priced out of its use.

The whole time we were there we saw children absorbing the environment and having fun from catching their first trout to even riding a unicycle. Children and their families were having a good time.

Enota is a very special place. A place where the peace of God abounds. We have traveled all of this great country and we can say Enota is ??top drawer? and needs to be kept and expanded for future generations as well.

Sarah & Ed Dean, Florida 2008

5
★★★★★

Upon our arrival we found more than what we expected. A clean family oriented, beautifully kept place of peace, rest and enjoyment.

The creek side camping offers families with not much more than a pop-up or a tent, the chance to experience nature as our early American Indian friends once did. You keep your prices low so that working families are not priced out of its use.

The whole time we were there we saw children absorbing the environment and having fun from catching their first trout to even riding a unicycle. Children and their families were having a good time.

Enota is a very special place. A place where the peace of God abounds. We have traveled all of this great country and we can say Enota is ??top drawer? and needs to be kept and expanded for future generations as well.

Sarah & Ed Dean, Florida 2008

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Enota is the perfect mountain escape to spend time with your friends and family. Enota is a non-profit conservation facility committed to preserving our beautiful land with a limited number of accommodations including cabins, full hook-up RV sites, pop-up & tent sites and a Retreat Center for conferences, groups, events and seminars. Enota is rated to be in the top 100 camping destinations in the country. We are located between Helen, Hiawassee and Blairsville, 2 hours north of Atlanta.

More about Enota Mountain Retreat

Enota Mountain Retreat in the North Georgia Mountains has: - cabins - rooms - premium RV sites on the stream - tent and pop-up sites on the stream - retreat center for up to 300 people - meeting spaces and meals - organic farm & garden - stocked trout pon

 

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