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If Georgia's been on your mind, then camping in Georgia is tailor made for you. In fact, once staying at one of the RV parks in Georgia, the Peach State will be permanently on your mind. There are many reasons for that, not the least of which is the Southern hospitality afforded you by people statewide. But yes ma'am and yes sir are not enough to keep you camping in Georgia, the wide variety of exciting activities and beautiful scenery will seal the deal.
Georgia has an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. RV parks in Georgia are located adjacent to many of
Georgia has an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. RV parks in Georgia are located adjacent to many of these. Take a short stroll or a long hike on the Appalachian Trail that begins here. Visit one of the Civil War Heritage Trails. Go rock climbing and whitewater paddling. World famous rafting rivers include the Ocoee, the Nantahala and the Chattooga. Rock climbers should try Lost Wall, Mount Yonah, or Tallulah Gorge. The state has a wide range of terrain including beautiful sandy beaches, rocky mountainsides, lush valleys, and sparkling rivers and lakes.
If fine and performing arts are more to your liking, Georgia's major fine art museums include the High Museum of Art, the Michael C. Carlos Museum and the Telfair Museum of Art. The Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will add a high note to your visit to RV parks in Georgia.
While camping in Georgia, partake of some of the region's rich agricultural bounty including sweet Georgia peaches. Stop at one of the numerous farm stands and buy famous Georgia peanuts and pecans.
Unhitch your bicycle and enjoy one of the many scenic byways or go off road. Pull out your golf clubs and take a walk on one of more than 520 golf courses; after all, one of the world's best is nearby—the Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters Golf Tournament.
Shop, visit five-star restaurants, or take advantage of the fabulous night life in Georgia's largest cities: Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus and Savannah. RV parks in Georgia provide a jumping off point for any of these activities.