TULLULAH RIVER WALK (FORMERLY TALLULAH RIVER MOUNTAIN RESORT)

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TULLULAH RIVER WALK (FORMERLY TALLULAH RIVER MOUNTAIN RESORT) is a RV Park in or near the town of Tallulah Falls. It is a slightly larger than medium park with a listed 120 rv sites to park your RV. This park has no pull thru sites. The owners of the park were careful not to claim that the park can handle a Motorhome. No need for a generator since the park has electric. Power is no problem – the park has 50 amp service. No need to fill the freshwater since there are water hookups. You will not be able to stay indefinitely as there are no sewer connections. If you are lucky, you might be able to use your cellular for internet, but otherwise there is no 802.11 WiFi. Really this shouldn’t be an issue for campers, honestly, but there is not a Cable TV hookup. Go ahead and bring along little ole Yeller since this park is Animal Friendly. Not sure this is a good thing for a high class RV experience, but tent camping is allowed. We tend to enjoy parks that have some connection to a waterfront, like a river or lake – and this park has that. Swimming pool access is a nice touch for this park. Some shade trees do exist, which also make the park more scenic and attractive. If you ever get near Tallulah Falls make sure you stop on by the TULLULAH RIVER WALK (FORMERLY TALLULAH RIVER MOUNTAIN RESORT).



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  1. B. Coursey says

    Tallulah River Walk has changed the name to Riverfront. Camped at this place over two years ago and it was OK then, but beginning to run down. It is in a great location, with all of the campsites right on the river. That said, everything else is negative. We were recently there for a week, arriving on a Saturday and departing on the following Saturday. The bathhouse in Section A where we camped was not cleaned until the middle of the day on Thursday before we left on Saturday. There was a problem with the water on Tuesday about 4:00 pm and the office turned the water off as a result. Once the water was turned back on, we had no water in our section until about 10:00 AM the next day because they had a problem with the well. We used the bathhouse in Section B during that period, and it was FILTHY- looked like it had not been cleaned in several weeks!! Much of the wooden railroad ties used for accents, etc. around the campsite are rotted/in need of replacement. Some of the wooden playground equipment looks rotted and needs to be repaired. On Saturday, while hooking up lines to dump water from our camper, my daughter stepped on a wooden landscape; it cracked and she fell (fortunately forward on the grass and not backward on the pavement). She has knee problems and recently had back surgery, so it was fortunate that she was not injured in the fall. We unexpectedly had to stay an additional night; the office person was uncooperative and insisted that we would have to move to another site because the one we were on was reserved for Friday night, yet there numerous campsites beside us available. Saturday, as late as 11:00 am, no camper was on the site we had to vacate or any of the others for that matter. We could deal with the moving from on campsite to another, but the park is definitely run down and needs lots of maintenance; if they want to continue charging $35.00/night, then improvements need to be made. We have stayed @ Lake Rabun Beach campground, which is National Forest, and it is in excellent shape and lower fees per night.

  2. Ray says

    This membership campground has been bankrupt for several years. They keep changing their name (most recent is North GA Camping Resort) to confuse people who have read all the online bad reviews. Just do a simple search. Stayed here several years ago and it was rundown then, and there was no staff on the premises to complain to about the loud parties going on. They have a UDI membership scheme which tries to charge you outrageous fees that increase every year and have nothing to do with your membership. The place needs to go out of business.

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