Are you restless and ready to take to the open road this summer? Georgia has plenty to offer travelers. Let Lightnin RV Rentals help you turn a good trip into a great one with an RV rental. Pack your bags, buckle up, and hit the road. We picked three road-trip-friendly Georgia destinations you are sure to love. 

RV Rental and Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain Park

Located east of Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park has something for everyone. If you are interested in Civil War history, experiencing the outdoors, or you are simply an amusement park enthusiast, this is the place for you. With a campground on the premises, you can set up your RV rental and enjoy the day. We suggest walking some of the 15 miles of hiking trails, taking in a show, and ending the day with the firework display. There’s a wide-range of things to do, so you will never get bored.

Historic Savannah

Located in the Southeastern portion of the state, Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia. With a bit of old world charm, Savannah boasts of beautiful architecture, beaches, and culture. Take your motorhome or travel trailer rental to this city for true Southern hospitality with a modern twist. Campground options are plentiful and affordable, which means more money to experience the splendor of this Southern city. 

RV Rental and Amicalola Falls

Amicalola Falls State Park

Located in Dawsonville, this state park is home to the tallest cascading waterfall in Georgia, Amicalola Falls. Whether you prefer to hike difficult trails like the southern portion of the Appalachian Trail or view the falls on an easily accessible path, there are options for most anyone wanting to experience the beauty of the scenery. The park’s Maple Restaurant has a stellar Sunday brunch as well as stunning views of the falls. This RV road trip destination won’t disappoint.

Are you ready to take that Georgia road trip? Contact Lightnin RV Rentals online, or call us at (770) 963-9889 to speak with a representative about an RV rental for your getaway. What are you waiting for? Georgia awaits.

Amicalola Photo Credit: Atlanta Trails