There is so much to love about this shipping container tiny home located in Blue Ridge, Georgia, United States. If you've always wondered what it would be like to live and stay in a tiny house, The Container at Camp Toccoa is the place to see. The studio-style tiny house can accommodate up to 2 guests, and during your vacation stay, you'll have the entire tiny house to yourself. The Container is self-check-in with a lockbox. Guests can enjoy a romantic getaway for two at this unique studio nestled along the Toccoa River in Blue Ridge. The tiny house was formerly a shipping container and was recently converted into a cozy vacation retreat. The home boasts a spacious deck with a private hot tub, an outdoor dining area, and a riverfront firepit. This is a one-of-a-kind vacation property that makes the ideal mountain getaway.
The tiny house has a queen-sized bed with wifi, a hairdryer, a private entrance, air conditioning, kitchen, hot tub, and so much more. You can spend your days fly fishing on the river, exploring the charming mountain towns nearby, and hiking through Chattahoochee National Forest. It does not matter the time of year, as Blue Ridge offers plenty of fun for guests of all ages. The tiny house is just five miles north of downtown, and six miles northwest of the Lake Blue Ridge Marina.
You can make The Container your home base while you enjoy the trees, mountains, and waters that this area offers. The tiny house has free wifi, a kitchenette with mini-fridge/freezer, microwave, Keurig coffee maker, induction cooktop, knife set, toaster oven, and dishware/flatware. You can park up to two vehicles in front of the home.
Blue Ridge, Georgia is beautiful no matter the time of year, whether it's winter, spring, summer, or fall this part of the country is simply beautiful. The winter is the quiet season, with occasional snow. Spring is best for wildflowers, blooming dogwoods, native azaleas, and trout fishing. During the summer there is a profusion of mountain laurel and rhododendron blossoms, along with warmer water for tubing and rafting. The fall is the perfect time to experience the brilliant colors of fall or enjoy the holidays with family and friends.
Blue Ridge was at one time considered an elite health resort because of its pure mineral waters. Today, visitors can take a walk along Main Street, and enjoy the specialty and antique shops, restaurants, galleries, small-town atmosphere, and friendly people. First time visitors of the area are amazed at the number and quality of shops and restaurants in downtown Blue Ridge. Another big draw to the area is the hiking and outdoor adventures. Both the Appalachian and Benton MacKaye Trails start at the top of Springer Mountain. There are over 300 miles of hiking trails in the area, including short trails that are suitable for beginning hikers and families.
During the summer the most popular pastime is probably tubing the Toccoa River either above the Lake Blue Ridge dam on Aska Road or below in McCaysville. There are lots of ways to enjoy the rivers, streams, and lakes, including canoeing, rafting, kayaking, pontooning, and paddle boarding.
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