Experience “Glamping” in a north Georgia Forest from the comfort of an authentic native-American teepee. You’ll be surprised to see how glamorous camping can be! Their teepees have the comforts of home, including heating and air conditioning, lighting, and electrical outlets.
Their campsites are named after the Seven Clans of the Cherokee Indians (Wolf Clan, Panther Clan, Wind Clan, Bear Clan, Buffalo Clan, Red (War) Paint Clan, and Bird Clan) – part of the rich history of north Georgia. Each teepee has been custom painted with authentic Cherokee symbols, themes, and patterns relating to the specific clan camping area in which it is located.
For those that actually enjoy “roughing it,” North Georgia Canopy Tours also offers 15 rustic camping sites.
All campers share the nearby Comfort Station with separate men and women facilities.
In addition, North Georgia Canopy Tours offer Cornhole and Tetherball outside and Foosball, board games, and cards in the Canopy Command Center. Guests may also enjoy feeding the Koi in the Hilltop Pond or the birds that gather around our bird feeders or grilling on our large propane grill (cooks 60 hamburgers at a time and rents for $10 for two hours) or on our iron grills in the camping area. For those that like to hike, but do not fancy themselves as disc golfers, walking the two-mile course provides an opportunity to see the property and the signature 12th hole chicken shack 400 feet long and 40 feet wide. The hike takes adventurers over the North Oconee River (and back) and by the operational windmill at the Catfish Pond, finishing back at the Canopy Command Center and Hilltop Pond.