Cool Spots to RV Camp in and Around Georgia

Now more than ever, people are rushing to rent and purchase RVs. Demand is increasing to the extent that new campground construction plans are popping up all over the country. Many people initially try their luck with an RV rental before taking the plunge to buy. Fortunately, Lightnin RV Rentals has plenty of campers to rent (and buy). Additionally, we prepared a list of some cool spots to RV camp in the area, so you can get the full experience. 

Cool Spots to RV Camp in and Around Georgia

1. The Beach

Tybee Island is only three miles long and a mile wide. Still, the small island hosts an awesome campground — River’s End Campground. The sites offer full hookup and cable, and it’s only a half-mile away from Savannah Beach. Most people get around the island by bicycle or golf cart, so park the RV rental and don’t worry about transportation for the remainder of your stay. Finally, the campground hosts the largest pool on the island. River’s End makes the list of cool spots to RV camp in Georgia for all these reasons.

2. The Mountains

One of the things that makes Georgia so amazing is its access to water, forests, mountains, and other natural hot spots. One of the coolest mountain RV campgrounds in Georgia is Stone Mountain Park Campground. Over 400 campsites await on this beautifully landscaped 3200-acre site. They also rent cabins and yurts if you’re camping with others. 

One of the great things about this park is that there’s so much to do. The park itself offers hiking, golf, attractions, and history. In addition, there are plenty of ways to take advantage of dining and shopping. Finally, the area also hosts plenty of festivals and events. Check a calendar to see what might be happening during your stay. 

3. The Woods

Cloudland Canyon State Park is located in Stockbridge, near golf, waterfalls, the Tennessee Aquarium, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The 3,500-acre park offers yurt and cottage rentals in addition to RV and tent sites. The scenic views are breathtaking, especially on the rim. Along with the campsites, activities include golf, hiking, climbing, biking, and much more. 

4. The City

If you want to check out the city, there are cool spots to RV camp there, too. For instance, the Atlanta Marietta RV Park delivers both short- and long-term RV camping. It’s close to downtown Atlanta, which allows you to enjoy all the city has to offer. Check out all the happenings in Atlanta, from special events to mainstay attractions. There’s literally something for everyone. 

Schedule Your RV Rental

Lightnin RV Rentals in Metro Atlanta has nearly every size and type of camper you could want. Aside from RVs, you can also select from motorhomes, fifth wheels, pop-up campers, and more. If renting an RV convinces you to purchase one, check out our pre-owned campers. When you’re ready to discover why RV rentals and sales are exploding, schedule your RV rental with us by calling  (770) 963-9889.

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