Georgia RV Camping Adventures

The southeastern US is a wonderful area to explore in an RV this year. We especially like the state of Georgia for the sheer number of venues that cater to RV campers. Whether your RV camping group likes to hike, bike, or fish, there’s someplace wonderful waiting in Georgia. Here are some of our top picks for places to visit in Georgia.

Georgia RV Camping Resorts
Just an hour southwest of Atlanta near Columbus, Pine Mountain RVC Resort is an RV vacation in itself. Surrounded by exciting outdoor attractions, this resort also features a saline pool, kids’ water play area, wine and coffee bar and Wii game room. Make it your base camp for trips to Callaway Gardens, a Pine Mountain recreation resort with activities for the entire family, and beautiful FDR State Park. Your family won’t want to go home once you park your RV at this resort!

State Park in Georgia

If fishing and hiking are your favorite vacation activities, Creekwood Resort in the mountains of northern Georgia is the perfect RV camping destination. Wake up to misty mountain views, hike along the creek and visit nearby Anna Ruby Falls. There’s also fantastic fishing in nearby creeks, rivers and the lake within Unicoi State Park. While in the State Park, hike the trail to historic Helen, Georgia, a quaint alpine village worth the walk.

Georgia National Parks
Did we mention the sites in Georgia run by the National Park Service? You could make the grand tour of all nine, driving your RV throughout the state and submerging yourself in history, culture and natural beauty. Or, you could choose one or two and spend time really getting to know these NPS locations in-depth. Here’s our quick list of the highlights of three of northern Georgia’s National Parks.

  • Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park: This NPS site near the Georgia/Tennessee border is a fascinating, well-developed historical park. Visit the exhibits and hike the trails surrounding the battlefield to learn more about the Civil War Battle of Chickamauga and campaign for Chattanooga in 1863.
  • Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park: Near the Alabama border in the northwest corner of Georgia, you’ll find this well-preserved site marking one of the major battles in the latter part of the Civil War.
  • Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area: This serene river valley on the northern edge of Atlanta is a paradise for those hoping for float trips down the river, trails to hike and history reaching back to prehistoric days.

And don’t miss Georgia’s Gulf Coast, where Fort Pulaski, Fort Federica and the Cumberland Island National Seashore can fill an entire RV vacation. Whether it’s a week on the seashore, or a journey through Civil War history, you’ll find so much to see in Georgia!

Ready to book a trip? These Georgia attractions are all within driving distance of Atlanta, making this RV camping trip one of your easiest ever. Our Atlanta El Monte RV Rentals office is well-equipped to help you plan your vacation, so give us a call today to get things rolling.

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