Tent and RV Camping Parks Georgia (GA)
Georgia is the last of the original thirteen colonies of the USA.
It was the area where the Cherokee tribes lived.
The Historic Saint Marys Georgia is the second oldest city in the country.
Georgia was named for King George II of England. Two famous and majestic rivers - Mississippi and Tennessee run through the state.
Actually Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River. There are several national parks and natural sites in Georgia, such as the Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, Six Flags Over Georgia or the Providence Canyon State Park.
Leisure Time RV park
881 Poplar Springs Road
Adairsville, GA. 30103
Phone: (706) 506-9169
Leisure Time RV park is great for families. It is located in a beautiful area close to many attractions. Here you can have access to full hook-up services including 50 amps electrical outlet, bath house, laundry facility, cable tv, clubhouse, a chapel, recreational area and pull-thru sites. Some of the attractions around include the Consolidated Gold Mines, Booth Western Art Museum, History Center, Georgia Aquarium, High Museum of Art and more…..
Beauty of Georgia's State Parks....
Georgia RV Park
5473 Mount Olive Road
Commerce Georgia 30529
Phone: (706) 335 – 5535
The Georgia RV Park is located in Commerce (visit their website for some advice on a safe, fun and successful RV traveling tips). They have 30 Amps and 50 Amps, pull-through sites, laundry that is open 24hours, 7 days a week. Campground also includes a pavilion for cook outs, a pool and a playground.
On the premises there is a cable TV with a lot of channels and the wireless internet. There are plenty of nice places in the area where you can eat - steakhouses, Pizza hut, Checkers and more. No pets are allowed into this park.
Cain's Creekside RV Park
6143 US Hwy 41 North
Hahira, Georgia 31632
Phone: (229) 794-9416
If you want to get away close to the interstate area, this park is a great choice. It has a new shower house and large restrooms. Many of the camping sites are under large trees that keep you in the shade all day long during hot summer days. All sites have full hook-up services with water, sewer and electricity as well as fire ring and picnic table. There is free Wifi, laundry room, rocking chairs across the cabin and more. You can enjoy fishing, hiking and walking around the park, presence of wildlife and more……
Parkwood RV Park
12188 Highway 301 South
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
Phone: (912) 681-3105
Not only that this park is located in a very convenient and beautiful area, but it also has all the amenities that you need for a comfortable and fun vacation.
It offers cable television, full hookups, wireless internet, 50 amp service, swimming pool and a great clubhouse.
It has excellent satellite reception.
You can visit the Splash in the Boro water park, the Raptor Center, the Botanical Gardens and Museums while you are staying at the park.
Big Wheel RV park
6031 Charlie Smith Sr Hwy
St Marys, Ga 31558
Phone: (912) 576-5386
The Big Wheel RV Park has 12 acres of beautiful surroundings with lots of green space and trees to provide shade. There are 24 pull-thru sites, a catch-and-release fishing pond, 24/7 laundry facility, restroom with free showers; propane is also available on the premises. All of this is in a quiet, peaceful environment of unspoiled nature. Come with your bike and do some bird-watching. There is a serene picnic area for people of all ages. The roads are paved to make driving easy and comfortable.
Amicalola Falls State Park Campground
So named for the 729 foot waterfall that is located in this secluded park, the Amicalola Falls is a fantastic place to camp over the winter. This park has a variety of amenities including updated camping facilities complete with a meal lodge. Also enjoy one of the many hiking trails that are dog friendly so long as they are leashed.
Address: 418 Amicalola Falls State Park Road, Dawsonville, GA 30534
Telephone: (706) 265-8888
Unicoi State Park and Lodge
This picturesque park is home to a plethora of mountain bike trails and trails that lead to Anna Ruby Falls. Unicoi State Park offers 82 campsites and an onsite restaurant that offers a trout buffet.
Address: 1788 Highway 356, Helen, GA 30545
Telephone: (706) 878-2201
Red Top Mountain State Park
Red Top offers visitors a historic look at a homestead from the mid 1800’s as well as a glimpse of antique iron production techniques. This park also features fishing, boating, and hiking in the 12,000 acres that surround Lake Allatoona.
Address: 50 Lodge Road S.E., Catersville, GA 30121
Telephone: (770) 975-0055
When you look at the directory of campgrounds: tent and RV camping parks Georgia (GA), you might find that some the campgrounds are around some attractions you want to see.
Visit the smaller towns in the area of Atlanta and park your motorhome trailer or pop up camper for some fun and relaxation. Stay at a beach camp and enjoy the weather and some fun water sports.
A mobile home or a motor home, you cannot go wrong when staying in some nice campgrounds around the Georgia area. People all over bring their recreational vehicle to this area for concerts, ballgames and sight seeing.
If you look at this directory of campgrounds: tent and RV camping parks Georgia (GA), you see there are many areas that have some nice campgrounds that carter to the pop up camper or the motorhome trailer.
Check out some of the campgrounds in Georgia:
A Big Wheel RV Park
6031 Charlie Smith Sr Hwy
Saint Marys GA 31558
Albany RV Resort Inc
1202 Liberty Expy SE
Albany GA 31705
Atlanta West Campground
2420 Old Alabama Rd
Austell GA 30168
Blythe Island Regional Park
601 Mallery St
Saint Simons Island GA 31522
Calvary Holiness Campground
10749 N Highway 441
Broxton GA 31519