Camping Weekend at Tallulah Gorge State Park

Tallulah Gorge State Park

What a great weekend.  Our family of four enjoyed a nice trip to the state park, privately owned by Georgia Power, interestingly enough.

We went with a group of about 26 people. About four tents were set up and the rest were pop-ups and one was a Winebago.  It was enjoyable but my husband and I decided that we really do not want to camp with such a large group again next time.

Our foursome happens to be tent campers.  We use air mattresses and sleeping bags.  We had electricity at this site and water hookups.  My husband even had a kitchen sink which he had set up on saw horses and a hot water heater for use at the campsite.  How many camps have a real sink, running water at the sink and hot water?  It is the coolest thing!

Each morning we had a kickin’ breakfast with eggs, thick bacon, pancakes, and get this – biscuits and gravy! The biscuits were perfect at a campsite.  My friend made biscuits in a skillet and we poured the sausage gravy over them; yummy and delightful.

S.L.M. 10.19.08 @ 10:30


~ by coffeebreath on October 19, 2008.

One Response to “Camping Weekend at Tallulah Gorge State Park”

  1. Very pretty park. I remember taking the kids there when they were about 11 or 12. The dog, thankfully leashed, almost walked off the cliff.

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