A 3,320-foot (1,010 m) peak called Rocky Knob is located northwest of Dillard, adjacent to Hog Mountain, elevation 3,120 feet (950 m). Rocky Knob is about 0.3 miles (0.48 km) south of the North Carolina state line.
A peak called Rocky Knob with an elevation of 3,740 feet (1,140 m) is located south of Brasstown Bald, Georgia's highest peak. It is found on Rocky Mountain, elevation 4,191 feet (1,277 m), directly south of the mountain's peak, on a spur or ridge that is oriented north-south. Rocky Knob is within the boundaries of the Brasstown Wilderness.
A peak called Rocky Knob is located on Locust Log Ridge west of Brasstown Bald within the boundaries of the Brasstown Wilderness and has an elevation of 3,663 feet (1,116 m). Locust Log Ridge has two spurs emanating from the cliffs at Blue Bluff and Rocky Knob is on the southern spur. The Arkaquah Trail, which descends from Brasstown Bald to Track Rock, passes to the north of Rocky Knob and follows the northern spur of Locust Log Ridge.