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Camping in Georgia
Experience the beauty of the Peach State when you plan a camping trip in Georgia. There's a unique getaway in every corner of the state, with 63 state parks and historic sites covering incredibly diverse terrain from the continent’s largest blackwater swamp to the majestic Appalachian Mountains.
What is the best season for camping in Georgia?
If you’re planning a camping trip to Georgia, traveling in the spring, summer and early fall are wonderful times to go camping in Georgia. The hot, humid Georgia summer can get a bit uncomfortable at its peak, so be sure to plan accordingly for your outdoor camping trip.
What are some must-do outdoor activities in Georgia?
There are some wonderful things to do and sites to see in Georgia! From family-friendly Fort Yargo near Winder, to hiking the heavenly vistas of Cloudland Canyon and Tallulah Gorge, Georgia has something for everyone’s speed.
What are the top events and festivals in Georgia?
Georgia has great festivals throughout the year. Most notable are the International Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon, the Watermelon Festival in Cordele, The Shrimp & Grits Festival on Jekyll Island, and Oktoberfest in Helen.
What are the best state and national parks to visit in Georgia?
Vogel State Park is one of Georgia’s oldest and most beloved camping and RV destinations, while Unicoi State Park offers some of the best hiking in Georgia. Georgia’s largest state park, F.D. Roosevelt State Park, features 43 miles of hiking trails, and is home to both Lake Delanor and Lake Franklin which offer a variety of fun activities such as fishing, swimming and birding.
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