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RV Parks in Georgia

Also known as the Peach State, Georgia is rich in natural beauty and packed with things to see and do. Outdoor activities include hiking in the famous North Georgia mountains (the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Appalachian Mountains). The state also has many parks to explore.

If you're looking for a great place to camp, there is no shortage of campgrounds in Georgia. RV campgrounds with tent sites are located throughout the state, from the mountains to the coast. Georgia has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for a relaxing vacation or an adventure-filled getaway. Here are just a few of the places you can visit in Georgia:

RV Parks in Atlanta

Georgia's capital city, Atlanta, is vibrant and cosmopolitan. There are many things to see and do here, including visiting the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, and the CNN Center. You can also take a tour of the State Capitol or explore one of the many parks and museums.

There are 9 RV parks near Atlanta, including Stone Mountain Park Campground, which is pet friendly and popular among Campendium users and their furry friends.

Campgrounds Near Savannah

The largest city in coastal Georgia, Savannah is located on the banks of the Savannah River. Explore historic sites and charming architecture in this vibrant city. You can also enjoy hiking, kayaking, biking, and more in nearby state parks.

If you're looking for a place to camp near the coast, Savannah Oaks RV Resort is a great option. This RV park is just a 30-minute drive from the historic district of Savannah.

Savannah Oaks RV Resort offers a variety of amenities, including a swimming pool, laundry facilities, and a dump station. The park also has full hookups with 50-amp service available.

Creekfire RV Resort is a great place to stay if you're visiting Savannah. The park is located just minutes from the city center, and there are many things to see and do in the area. In addition to RV sites, Creekfire offers camping cabins and a variety of amenities, including a pool, playground, and basketball court. There are also laundry facilities on site.

Lake Lanier Camping

Situated near Atlanta, Lake Lanier is a popular summer vacation spot for Georgians and visitors alike. You can rent a boat or go fishing on the lake—or take advantage of one of the many sandy beaches along its shores.

The only RV Park near Lake Lanier is Margaritaville RV Resort. This park is located right on the lake, so you can enjoy sunsets over the water or take a relaxing stroll on the beach. Margaritaville offers many amenities, including a fitness center, dog park, and gaming room.

Okefenokee Swamp

One of Georgia's most unique natural attractions, Okefenokee Swamp is home to an abundance of wildlife, including alligators and turtles. Visitors can explore this vast wetland via hiking trails or by taking a swamp boat tour for an up-close look at its fascinating inhabitants.

Stone Mountain

If you’re looking for outdoor adventures in Georgia, then a visit to Stone Mountain is a must. Located northeast of Atlanta, this beautiful park offers excellent hiking trails and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. You can also enjoy zip-lining adventures and rock climbing here.

Lake Tobesofkee Recreation Area

Located in Macon, Lake Tobesofkee does not have any RV parks nearby; however, two county campgrounds allow RV camping.

Georgia is a great state to visit for campers. There are many RV parks located near Atlanta, Savannah, and other popular tourist destinations. In addition to camping, Georgia offers plenty of outdoor activities, including fishing, hiking, and kayaking. You can also explore the state's rich history and culture through its many museums and historical sites. If you're looking for a fun and exciting camping trip, be sure to check out one of the many campgrounds in Georgia.

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Recent Georgia RV Parks Reviews

Townsend, GA

McIntosh Lake RV Park

May 26, 2024

"Nice Park With Nicer Hosts"

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We stayed here memorial day weekend 2024 with our daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter. Trey met us as we entered and guided us to our spot. Easy pull thru. We had an issue with out tank valve and left a message for a reference to assist. Trey came by and offered some suggestions and Leah provided a reference. All spots are grass and come...
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Stone Mountain, GA

Stone Mountain Park Campground

May 20, 2024

"It Needs A Lot Of TLC"

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I was in Oak trail and all the sights were busted asphalt, narrow, not maintained. Bring LOTS of levers. So disappointing. We came here about 20 years ago and I don’t think they have done anything to maintain since. My electric stand was loose and the breaker was wobbly.

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May 13, 2024

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Sites are narrow and unlevel. Camp sites are not maintained. Bathhouses are small and cramped. Sewage connections are uphill. Water connections are below ground and cable connections do not work.

1 review
May 13, 2024

"Fantastic! "

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Small family owned campground with 7 full hookup sites. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful. Very convenient to Cloudland Canyon, Lula Lake, Macklemore & Chattanooga. Honestly the location is convenient to too many trails and areas to mention. We stayed on site 2 which is right beside hosts with the most wooded view and no other site on the...
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1 review
May 08, 2024

"Lots of Activities, and Well Maintained "

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The campground is well maintained, and there are a lot of activities to do (boating, water park, hiking, golf, etc.). Campsites 1 through 123 are concrete pads, but have virtually no shade. Sites 124 through 175 have great lake views and are well shaded, but they are gravel sites. There is a cart that comes around between 5pm and 9pm to sell...
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