Waste your days away in Margaritaville or gorge yourself on natural wonders at Tallulah Falls. From coastal sunrises to mountain sunsets, Georgia’s natural beauty is accessible to everyone with an RV and a taste for adventure. Plan a party in the Peach State.
Swim in the Atlantic Ocean, shoot the Hooch, or float in a tranquil pool beneath a cascading waterfall. Experience every season at these amenity-loaded retreats at RV parks and campgrounds in Georgia year round. Keep Georgia on your mind and on your big rig bucket list.
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IN THE MOUNTAINS
RIVER VISTA MOUNTAIN VILLAGE RV RESORT
Dillard’s River Vista Mountain Village RV Resort is situated in North Georgia’s beautiful backpacking country where the Blue Ridge Mountains converge with the Appalachians near North Carolina and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
If you are considering the RV lifestyle, River Vista is also the home base to Windy Sky Camper Rentals, that offers concierge camping onsite.The picturesque resort offers full hookups, water, sewer, laundry, WiFi and digital cable.
Get great views with gravel back-in sites and paved pull-thru sites in the pristine camping areas. Enjoy all of the amenities including a fitness center, sauna, pool, adult spa, dog park, picnic area and cabins. Rent a golf cart to explore or visit the gem mine and try to strike it rich!
TALONA RIDGE RV RESORT
Talona Ridge RV Resort welcomes Big Rig RVs, Class A, B, C, Super B, Super C, Motor coaches, fifth wheels and travel trailers that are 10 years or newer to the luxury resort in the North Georgia Mountains near East Ellijay. Talona Ridge was specifically designed for full length big rig motor coaches to allow safe accessibility all year, as well as hassle-free setup at all of our oversized rental sites.
With sites measuring an average of 25′ wide, including a spacious paved site with extended patio, the longest of RV homes can park and stay with plenty of room.
Upscale adventures and spectacular 360° mountain vistas are enhanced with special events, pickleball, a pool, spa, dog park and golf cart rental. Full hookups with all amenities and views are priced accordingly.
Wine, dine and zipline. So many natural attractions, wineries, restaurants and artisan galleries offer the discerning traveler plenty of options for adventure.
CLOUDLAND CANYON STATE PARK
Perched on the western edge of Lookout Mountain in Rising Fawn, Cloudland Canyon is one of the largest and most scenic parks in Georgia.
Two waterfalls cascade over layers of sandstone and shale into pristine pools below. Home to thousand-foot deep canyons, sandstone cliffs, wild caves, waterfalls, cascading creeks, dense woodland and abundant wildlife, the park is a nature lover’s dream!
Plan an awesome overnight experience with options. Book one of 72 full service RV, trailer and or tent campsites. The community also features quirky yurts and primitive backpacking sites.
Amenities include ADA accessible features, dog friendly camp, dump station, electric hook-Ups, fire rings, grills,picnic tables, playground, restrooms, showers, laundry,and water hook-ups.
Hike on popular paths like the short Overlook Trail, strenuous Waterfalls Trail and moderate West Rim Loop Trail. Try mountain biking at the Five Points Recreation Area or along the Cloudland Connector Trail.
With disc golf, a fishing pond, horseback riding trails, geocaching locations, picturesque picnic spots and inspiring overlooks, you can enjoy the wonder of it all.
TALLULAH GORGE STATE PARK
Experience the awe of nature at Tallulah Gorge State Park, where the Tallulah River flows through rugged terrain to carve a complex 1,000 foot two-mile geologic formation and five spectacular waterfalls which provide habitat for many unique species.
A suspension bridge sways 80 feet above the rocky bottom, providing spectacular views of the river and waterfalls. If you want to hike down to the bottom of the gorge, permits are required due to changes in water flow and capacity is limited — they hand out 100 passes a day and they’re first-come, first-serve.
See the towers where tightrope walker, Karl Wallenda, famously crossed the gorge. A paved path follows an old railroad bed, perfect for strollers and bicycles, while mountain bikers can test their skills on a challenging 10 mile trail.
Learn about the delicate ecosystem and look for the persistent trillium, monkey-face orchids and green salamanders that are protected species found within the gorge. An award-winning film takes viewers on a dramatic journey through the gorge, including footage of rock climbers and kayakers.
Recreational activities feature whitewater & aesthetic water releases, biking, canoeing, fishing, hiking,swimming, tennis, archery, gift shop and interpretive center. Plan a picnic on a sandy beach around the 63-acre lake to relax after your adventure.
Only 50 RV, trailer and tent campsites are available, so reserve your spot early. Sites accommodate pull through or back-in setups with dump station, electric hook-Ups, fire rings, grills, picnic tables, playground, restrooms, showers, laundry, and water hook-ups.
YONAH MOUNTAIN CAMPGROUND
Located less than two hours north of Atlanta, the Yonah Mountain Campground is situated at the foot of Yonah Mountain. The campground serves as a great home base for adventures like beautiful mountain drives, picturesque waterfall hikes, fishing in sparkling rivers, exploring nature trails, panning for gold and gems, discovering local wineries, horseback riding, tubing and kayaking in the Chattahoochee River.
The highly popular Alpine Village of Helen, home of quaint German shops, river activities, authentic German cuisine and the world famous Oktoberfest, is just 4 miles away at the gateway to the Chattahoochee National Forest. Enjoy the sunset with a wine tasting at Yonah Mountain Winery and tour an authentic wine cave.
The year-round facility features both tent and full hook-up RV sites with plenty of modern amenities including WiFi throughout the campground, a clubhouse, picnic pavilion, newly remodeled bath house, fishing, horseshoes, basketball court, seasonal swimming pool, cornhole, and playground. Your four-legged friends will love the pet-friendly park.
The clean and well maintained RV resort provides a calm, quiet getaway in Cleveland among the beautiful North Georgia Mountains. RV Campsites feature 30 or 50 AMP Sites, full water & sewer hook-up, several pull-through sites, and fire rings.
BLUE RIDGE / TOCCOA RIVER KOA HOLIDAY
Lose the blues at this new campground. The Toccoa River tumbles down from the Blue Ridge Mountains running right past the new KOA in Blue Ridge before flowing into the lake. Settle in with your choice of spacious sites, all with full hookups and free WiFi.
There’s a seasonal saltwater pool for your enjoyment, a pavilion for group get-togethers and KampK9 for your furry travel companions. Rivers, lakes and mountains all converge in the area, giving you boundless opportunities for recreation like fishing and hiking. At the campground, play horseshoes, ladder ball, basketball or tetherball.
Pick apples at nearby orchards or discover the unique shops, craft breweries and wineries of historic communities like Blue Ridge, McCaysville, Copperhill, and Murphy. Check out Lake Blue Ridge Marina and Noontootla Creek Farms.
The website warns guests not to use GPS, but encourages them to download directions available online. You should also know that the max pull- thru size is 75 ft. Sites feature 50 max amps, water, fire rings, Wi-Fi, and cable TV. Propane and firewood may be purchased at the camp store. Laundry facilities and dump stations are also available at the ADA accessible facility.
NEAR ATLANTA METRO
Break out your flip flops and a shaker of salt. Set up camp in your RV or choose a carefree stay in a vacation cabin at Camp Margaritaville at Lanier Islands. Chill in the laid-back lakefront paradise that is giving us life and all the island-inspired vibes of Margaritaville.
Experience the unique thrills of the seasons with the waterpark, beaches, boating, and tiki bars in the summer and License to Chill Snow Island and Lakeside Lights Extravaganza in the winter.
Enjoy year-round activities, including boating, waterfront dining, boat rentals, boat cruises, and golf. Bring your friends! Whether you are traveling with your RV club or friends staying at the cabins, remember it’s always five o’clock somewhere.
If your cheeseburger in paradise drips ketchup onto your tropical shirt, don’t worry. You can wash it. While it dries, check out this complete laundry list of resort amenities!
You’ll find Lake Lanier waterfront sites, 30’ to 50’ concrete pads, seaplane section with gravel pads, big rig access, 30-50-amp power, water and sewer, Wi-Fi and cable TV, upscale bath house, guest laundry, golf carts rentals, boat ramp, courtesy dock, and beach pass included with stay. The resort is pet and kid-friendly and ice, propane and firewood are available.
ALLATOONA LANDING RV RESORT
Lake Allatoona covers more than 12,000 acres and has 270 miles of shoreline, making it one of the most popular lakes in the United States, located 30 miles north of Atlanta. Rent a houseboat or camp at Allatoona Landing RV Resort in Cartersville. Fish, swim, camp, picnic, hike or simply rest in one of 25 parks and eight marinas.
Visit the Etowah Mounds, the Southeast’s most intact Mississippian culture site. Find your inner nerd on a tour of the Tellus Science Museum and channel your cowboy vibes at the Booth Western Art Museum, the world’s largest permanent exhibition space for Western art.
Enjoy the great outdoors lake style in the 116-site campground, the perfect spot for your RV or tent. Tired of towing? Rent a two-bedroom modular unit that is set-up and ready for check-in.
Do your best impression of Andy and Opie Taylor when you whistle and carry your fishing poles to the lake banks and hike the natural trails. If the fish aren’t biting, visit Buddy’s SmokeHouse, a local food truck parked on the lake shore.
The controlled-access campground features a bath house and laundry facilities, a general store and recreation hall. This is the only campground on Lake Allatoona with full hook-ups and a bath house with showers, laundry room, cable and Wi-Fi, temporary boat slips rental, boat launch ramp, pool, playground, general store and boat, kayak and paddleboard rentals.
STONE MOUNTAIN PARK
Nestled among 3200 acres of natural beauty, Stone Mountain Park is located just outside of Atlanta and features over 400 RV, pop-up, and tent sites as well as yurt, safari tent, and RV rentals. RV campers may choose one of 250 full or partial hook-up (water/electric/sewer) campsites. There are a variety of pull-through, head-in, and back-in campsites available and most RV sites include water, electric, sewer, cable, and WiFi.
Daily parking passes are $20 per car and must be purchased upon park entry. Free activities inside the park include access to the natural areas of Stone Mountain Park, hiking and nature trails, public picnic areas, 363-acre lake, children’s playground, grist mill, covered bridge, and quarry exhibit.
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The Lasershow presented April – October features lights, iconic music, lasers, epic fireworks, and jaw-dropping fire effects. Plus, three flame cannons add a punch to the show by sending a trio of flames nearly one-hundred feet into the air. Check the calendar for showtimes and additional attraction schedules and information.
RV PARKS IN GEORGIA: CLOSE TO THE COAST
CREEKFIRE RV RESORT
CreekFire RV Resort has something for everyone, whether you want to escape to the outdoors or explore the historic city of Savannah, Georgia. Park an RV or stay in one of our deluxe cabins while enjoying ample space in nature to relax, unwind and breathe in the fresh air.
Hike, splash, and play your way all over the resort – creating memories with your family and friends that will last a lifetime. Chillax in the heated lazy river & kids splash pad open March through October. Rent kayaks or walk on the nature trail after a swim in the heated pool or a rejuvenating soak in the hot tub.
Indoor and outdoor dining is always on the agenda at The LakeHouse. After lunch, challenge your friends to billiards, darts, ping pong, basketball, horseshoes, tennis or pickleball.
About 20 minutes west of downtown Savannah, CreekFire RV Resort is conveniently located 1/2 a mile from the intersection of Interstate 95 and Highway 204 – easily accessible from all directions.
COASTAL GEORGIA RV RESORT
The Coastal Georgia RV Resort is located in Brunswick. Once known for rich fisheries as The Shrimp Capital of the World, Brunswick is situated on a peninsula with Oglethorpe Bay to the west, the Brunswick River to the south, and the Intracoastal Waterway to the east. This offers inshore, offshore, gulf-stream and deep-sea fishing.
The RV only resort is located off I-95, situated on a beautiful south Georgia lake surrounded by lush landscaping, minutes away from golf, beaches, historical sites and shopping. Cook out at the pavilion, fish off the bank of the lake, or catch some rays by the pool.
All resort roads are all paved, offering easy access to 105 spacious sites, all 35 feet wide, with lengths ranging from 60 to 70 feet. Most sites are pull-thrus with full hookups including 30 & 50 amp service and picnic tables. Amenities include a conference room, two bath houses, two laundromats, a dock, and a store. The entire resort is handicap accessible.
Play in the game room or enjoy fishing on the lake. Amenities include a swimming pool, horseshoe pits and shuffleboard courts. Cable TV and WiFi are included. Communal fire rings are located by The Pavilion.
RED GATE CAMPGROUND
Just a few miles from the famous squares and twenty minutes from Tybee island, Red Gate Farms has a long, rich history in Savannah. If the centuries-old oak trees could talk, they would tell you about the Indigenous people, 18th century colonists, and Civil War soldiers who crossed the land before Red Gate Farms’ conception as a dairy farm, and later as an event venue, RV resort, and equestrian center.
Experience Red Gate Farms on horseback or by horse-drawn carriage with a guided tour. Or walk or bike the scenic trails to explore the property on your own. Take a lazy day and relax in the saltwater pool or spend the day by one of the lakes.
Red Gate Farms offers a remote dump station, RV propane and LP refill, grills & picnic tables, playground, horseshoe pit, farm animals and shaded, lakeside swings. Guests have full access to the salt-water pool, fitness center, lakes, and clean service building with hot showers, toilets, and a coin-operated laundry facility.
Each site also has a picnic table and fire pit. Sites have 30/50 amps, water, electric & sewer and dry sites (self-contained) that are available as back-in, pull-through, or pull-in. Trash pick-up is included.
RIVER’S END CAMPGROUND
Beach camping is the bomb! Tybee Island, often referred to as Savannah’s Beach, offers visitors a place for all seasons with sandy beaches, great fishing, and rich history at every turn. River’s End Campground has a pool, fitness center, TV lounge, guest laundry, free WiFi, full service restrooms, vending, dog park and propane.
River’s End Campground is a fantastic home base for exploring it all. The camp is just a few short blocks from the beach (approx. 1/2 mile) and an easy 15 mile drive to historic downtown Savannah.
Preferred and regular full hook-up sites include water, 30 or 50 amp electrical service, standard cable and sewer. These sites vary in length and width and may be able to accommodate motorhomes, travel trailers, 5th wheels or pop-up campers. Please note, no tents are allowed on these sites!
DEEP BEND LANDING
Take a deep breath at Deep Bend Landing. It’s time to really unplug from the stress of the city. Reserve your stay and plug in your RV at a site surrounded by a picturesque forest. The natural, relaxed and secluded environment is nestled under great oaks and tall pines bathed by the great Satilla River in Waynesville.
This place is serious about providing an environment of unparalleled natural beauty that focuses on privacy, peace and quiet. Deep Bend is an ideal base camp or stop over for your canoe or kayak trip down the Satilla. No asphalt here, just green grass and beautiful forestry.
The pristine property offers beautiful river overlooks, fishing, boating, hiking, camping, nature watching and picnicking. Quiet early risers may be treated with a view of wild ducks, turkey, deer, and squirrel or a variety of birds including red head woodpeckers, hawks,kites and owls.
Campsites include 30 and 50 amp service, water, sewer, picnic table and camp fire ring. Two boat ramps and a centrally located riverfront picnic area are within easy walking distance. All animals must be indoor pets and maintained on leash at campsites when outside. The dump station is conveniently located.
SKIDAWAY ISLAND STATE PARK
Skidaway Island State Park boasts miles of spectacular nature trails that wind through lush maritime forest and pristine salt marshes. Visitors can see tangible reminders of its cultural and natural history and experience the wildlife and impactful scenery at this significant barrier island, shaded by the moss-dripping limbs of century old oaks.
Located near Savannah’s historic sites, this park borders Skidaway Narrows, a part of Georgia’s Intracoastal Waterway. Trails wind through maritime forest and past salt marsh, leading to a boardwalk and observation tower.
A scenic campground is nestled under live oaks and Spanish moss, and some RV sites have sewer hookups. Leashed pets are allowed. For cooling off during summer, Tybee Island’s beaches are less than an hour away.
Amenities and activities include picnic areas, playgrounds, Park Ranger programs, restrooms, showers, street rider rentals, volleyball, washer/dryer, birding, hiking, interpretive center, onsite naturalist and a dump station.
MID AND SOUTH GEORGIA
SCENIC MOUNTAIN RV PARK
Scenic Mountain RV Resort is a 112-acre gem hidden in the hills south of downtown Milledgeville, Georgia. A fenced dog run, pavilion, nature hiking trails, abundant wildlife, six fishing ponds and panoramic views across the hills of historic Milledgeville.
The year round campground has 92 full hook-up RV sites, a bathhouse, coin laundry, three pavilions, and a swimming pool with an ambient temperature whirlpool. The park has paved roads with shaded gravel sites, and 20/30/50 amp electrical service.
Many sites have concrete patios, picnic tables and fire rings. Big rigs are welcome and pull thru sites can accommodate 90 feet vehicles and are wide enough for slide outs. LP gas is available.
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HARD LABOR CREEK STATE PARK
Hard Labor Creek State Park’s many beautiful Piedmont habitats intertwine with the historic landscape transformed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, providing solace and solitude for recreation and reflection.
More than 24 miles of trails are available for hikers and horseback riders. Horse owners have a private camping area with 11 equestrian sites and a riding ring near 30 available horse stalls.
Located between Madison and Covington off I-20, The Creek Golf Course at Hard Labor provides one of Georgia’s best golf values, along with a pro shop, driving range, rental carts and special rates for seniors and children.
The park offers a wide range of recreational opportunities in a beautiful wooded setting. A lakeside beach is popular with swimmers during summer months. Visitors enjoy biking, boat rental, canoeing, and fishing.
PINE MOUNTAIN RV RESORT
Park your rig under towering Georgia Pines or beneath the wide-open sky in Pine Mountain. Must-have modern utilities and exceptional onsite amenities are available beneath the trees at Pine Mountain RV Resort. The upscale resort is minutes from Callaway Gardens, one of the world’s most remarkable and beautiful botanical gardens and signature golf courses.
Amenities include concierge service, reliable free Wi-Fi throughout the property, large swimming pool, modern and safe playground, fire pits and a convenience store with necessities including a wide selection of beer and wine, pet friendly RV sites, and an off-leash Bark Park.
Pull through and back-in sites have full hook-ups including 30 and 50 amp electric, water, sewer, Wifi and cable. All have a picnic table and fire ring to hang out with friends and family and enjoy the great outdoors with access to all on-site amenities.
Mix these with a convenient concierge and the crisp scent of Georgia pines right outside your RV, and you have everything you need for a refreshing getaway.
WANEE LAKE GOLF & RV PARK
Wanee Lake Golf and RV Park is home to a beautifully maintained 9-hole golf course located in Ashburn, Georgia. The park was built in the late 1960s, and attracts players and outdoor enthusiasts to the rolling hills, beautiful pine trees and a 7-acre lake that challenges golfers and fishermen alike.
That’s right, as soon as you finish a round of golf, you can pull out the fishing poles and do some angling. Wanee Lake Golf and RV Park gives you the best of both worlds. Wanee Lake has a full-size lighted tennis court, a swimming pool with showers and locker room facilities. The full-featured clubhouse and bar offers a great place to reflect on the day.
Wanne is peaceful, quiet, safe, and fun. All large pull-thru sites have grills, picnic tables, fire rings, free WiFi, guest laundry and full hookups for water, sewer and 30/50 amp electrical.
Located in South Georgia near Valdosta, the serene setting at Wanee Lake Golf and RV Park is a natural choice.
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