Okay, I removed a few of the comments here because of their graphic nature. So just tone it down guys.
As far as a place to camp, I'd suggest the Broad River Outpost just northeast of Danielsville, GA. It's about 21 miles from there to Athens, Georgia where the University of Georgia is located. This is probably one of the most fun towns in all of the east, and if you can't find beautiful girl or two to hang out with at this university, you must be blind or else need to work on learning to speak to women. Another key thing to know is that Athens is fairly famous for having some of the best music groups that started being from the local area. As a result, there are lots of places in town that feature live music acts or clubs with great music.
Hope you find your place to enjoy your vacation. April should provide you with great weather in that part of the country.
I apologize if there was any incorrect comments on this string. I should not have let this get away from the subject. This is a travel forum and it should be kept to that.
As I mentioned before, Tennessee is some beautiful country. Someone mentioned Nashville, but the eastern portion of Tennessee should be checked out. I have really enjoyed the Smoky Mountains.
Thanks for your reply Chibbly--and thanks for helping out with helpful travel advice for these foreign guys looking to enjoy their trip.
I believe there was a mistake. It was not Chibbly that responded to you. I was addressing Chibbly regarding his request for travel information and you must have thought that I signed as Chibbly. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
Thanks, Bob--and excuse my mistake. I hope you and your friends have a great trip. Write back after April and let us all know how it went (goes).
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Nashville, Tennessee like someone mentioned, seems like a great option that would totally suit your needs. But then again Broad River Outpost and Athens, Georgia sounds like a very good idea too. Eastern Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains seems like it has the makings of an epic trip. But since it's only 4 days. in and around Nashville is the winner for me.