With State Parks and National Parks bursting at full capacity, what is an RVer to do? Check out all the cool RV Parks available, of course! And for those that are looking for a good fall destination that has lots of options, Georgia is a great choice!
In 2018 Georgia welcomed a record 111.7 million visitors into the state. We understand a lot of travelers are still being cautious, which is why RV travel has become so popular. But why Georgia?
If you visit the state’s Explore Georgia website, you will soon see why.
Georgia visitors can satisfy a slew of interests like arts & culture, history, shopping, music, and events or festivals. Which means that even if you are traveling with a small group of friends, or family, everyone can find something they will enjoy during their stay.
For Arts & Culture fans, Georgia has become the home of some unique and fun street art in various neighborhoods. In addition to the street art possibility, there is a Folk-Art Garden in Calhoun that includes miniature castles, homes, and more. For more on Georgia Arts & Culture check out that section of the Visit Georgia website.
For other unique options, the Georgia Aquarium is a good one. It’s the largest aquarium in the U.S. and has been featured on the Animal Planet show “The Aquarium”. For History fans, the Booth Museum in Cartersville has a gallery with a letter from every U.S. President plus their portrait. Again, it’s the only museum like it in the U.S.
There are so many attractions in Georgia, it’s really hard to compile a complete list in just one blog post.
The next big question becomes where to stay? Well of course that will depend on what you want to see while in Georgia. However, we have 3 suggestions to get you started.
- Toccoa Valley Campground in in Blue Ridge, GA. It made the list because it has 5 stars on Trip Advisor and also gets good reviews elsewhere on-line. There are 30 spaces with full electric, water, and sewer hook-ups. TVC is located in the Aska Adventure Area where you can hike or bike over 17 miles of beautiful mountain trails just minutes away. It is also just a short drive to the neighboring towns of Ellijay, Blairsville, Hiwassee, Jasper, Young Harris, Morganton, and more.
- Fair Harbor RV Park is also a top-rated Georgia RV campground. Located just 1/4-mile West of Interstate 75, off Exit 135 across from the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter in Perry, Georgia this park is near Macon, Warner Robbins, and Atlanta. Fishing in the lake is free (no license needed) which has Bass, Bream, and Catfish. Tuesday nights they host Bingo, and they offer coffee & sausage on Saturday mornings if you want to socialize.
- Twin Oaks RV Park is found 2/10 mile east off of I-75 at mile marker exit 127, nine miles south of downtown Perry. This Park is near many area attractions such as the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter, the Warner Robins Air Museum, Andersonville Civil War Site & Museum, Home of Jimmy Carter, and much more. This Park has 68 spots with free wi-fi for all. When you check out the park map, you will see there are plenty of options for electrical connections and all the spots have hook-ups for electrical and water.
Georgia is a large, gorgeous state with many attractions and outdoor fun opportunities for travelers. If you have not been, you owe it to yourself to check out Georgia’s many unique sights. And now that you have 3 places you could park your RV while you have fun, we hope you check it out!