Ga. Glamping

Paul Price is requesting to use his property for glamping, where guests can stay in luxury tents that have Wi-Fi access, queen-sized beds and other amenities. Photo by Conner Evans

The county’s first luxury glamping tents, featuring queen-sized beds, mini-fridges and Wi-Fi, could be coming to a lakeside property in North Hall, Ga., according to The Times.

Paul and Ana Price are proposing to construct 10 short-term rental glamping tents and two cabins with access to Lake Lanier on 9.4 acres at 3820 James Ed Road.

“It’s what you would expect at a nice hotel room,” Paul Price said.

The cabins would be about 700 square feet, according to Hall County planning documents, and tent sites would be about 20-by-20 feet. While the cabins would be near James Ed Road, the tents would not be visible from the road, according to the site plan.

The development would include a camp office where guests could check-in and purchase supplies, food and beverages, plus guests will have access to a dock, storage facility for recreational items and hiking trails on the property, documents state.

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