Georgia RV campers will find a wealth of exciting events and attractions to sample. Coastal seafood festivals will thrill your taste buds, while Civil War re-enactments give the perfect summer history lesson. Head for Savannah, Georgia’s first city, and take a trolley tour through its historic squares. If your crew loves the outdoors, hike the Appalachian Trail or visit one of dozens of State and National Parks. Don’t miss the chance to see Georgia in motorhome comfort.
One of the things we love about Georgia is the amazing variety of natural beauty. From Cumberland Island National Seashore to the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, you’re going to find a photographer’s paradise. Fish and hike at Chattahoochee National Recreation Area, or cruise its river on a family float trip. Wherever you go in Georgia, there’s a National Park for to help you make great vacation memories.
History buffs will be thrilled at the discoveries the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Historic Site offers. Or why not tour Fort Frederica National Monument, and camp in one of the scenic RV campgrounds nearby? National Historic Sites also mark the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the neighborhood where President Jimmy Carter once lived.
Come to Georgia’s National Parks for gorgeous scenery or to take a step back into history. Here’s the link to more information at the National Parks Service site. Be sure to purchase your America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass to make your RV vacation even more economical.
Georgia State Parks
For some of the most beautiful lakeside campsites in Georgia, head for Seminole StatePark. Swim the beaches, hike the nature trails and key an eye out for alligators and osprey!
Have your cameras ready for Amicalola State Park, where a seven-story water fall is just part of the incredible scenery. Imagine picking up your motorhome rental and making camp that evening near the Falls!
Red Top Mountain State Park in northern Georgia is home to Lake Allatoona, and the perfect place to host a family RV camping reunion. Call us to coordinate the entire family’s RV rentals for maximum convenience.
F.D. Roosevelt State Park near Warm Springs is home to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “Little White House.” Georgia’s largest State Park, it offers more than a hundred scenic RV campsites, and the Pine Mountain Trail which leads upward through scenic hardwood forests.
Active motorhome campers will find a real challenge waiting at spectacular Cloudland Canyon State Park. From the western slope of Lookout Mountain, climb a six-hundred step staircase down into the gorge for views only enjoyed by the adventurous!
No matter which Georgia State Park you choose to visit, travelling there by RV makes it more enjoyable. Here’s where to find more information: Georgia State Parks.
Major Attractions and Events
Nationally famous Stone Mountain not only features a nine-story carving of Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis, it’s also a premier family destination! Just minutes from Atlanta, Stone Mountain offers five square miles of fun year-round. Take a ride around the lake on a paddle-wheeler, witness a spectacular lightshow or see amazing scenery from the Skyride or Scenic Railway.
In June, plan to attend Atlanta Fest at Stone Mountain, one of the nation’s best-attended Christian music festivals. When you call to book your motorhome rental at our Atlanta office, be sure to ask about other seasonal events at Stone Mountain Park.
For funky, artistic fun, plan to park your motorhome in an Atlanta-area RV campground in April and attend the Inman Park Festival. While you’re there, take in the Georgia Renaissance Festival, a giant celebration outside Atlanta that runs eight weekends in a row from mid-April to June.
Want to treat your fellow RV campers to theme park thrills? Head to Six Flags over Georgia in Atlanta or Wild Adventures near Valdosta.
And don’t forget the biggest thrill of all, the Georgia State Fair in Macon every April! See the best Georgia has to offer at the Fair and support statewide charities at the same time. If your trip takes you to Georgia in September instead, visit the North Georgia State Fair in Marietta, home of one of the largest midway carnivals in the US.
Before we finish talking about having RV camping fu
n in Georgia, we have to mention tailgate party possibilities! The Atlanta Falcons offer pro football fun every fall at the Georgia Dome. For college football fans, why not take in a Georgia Bulldogs game at Sanford Stadium on the University of Georgia campus at Athens?
One more RV tailgating adventure is waiting, at Atlanta Motor Speedway! NASCAR fans will find numerous camping locations adjacent to the Speedway, including one right in the infield. Stock up that great RV kitchen for the best tailgate party ever!
Here’s a quick list of other attractions you’ll want to
visit when you come to Georgia: