Red Top Mountain State Park and Lodge Cartersville, GA
Enota Mountain Retreat Hiawassee, GA
From the Appalachian Mountains in North Georgia to the sandy beaches on the coast, Georgia (GA) camping is bound to offer a variety of camping opportunities.
North Georgia hosts plenty of camping and outdoor recreation. The Chattahoochee and Oconee National Forests offer pristine wilderness to help campers get back into nature. Campgrounds in this area offer everything from RV campsites with hookups to basic tent sites. Backpackers can also find remote, primitive sites that provide a quiet atmosphere. Families and avid hikers alike will find plenty to do from the winding, wooded paths of the Appalachian Trail to the cascading beauty that is Amicalola Falls. Atlanta also offers plenty of urban camping opportunities that provide an escape from the city, like Stone Mountain where the whole family can enjoy camping.
Lake camping is also popular on Lake Lanier and Lake Oconee where campers can find sites along the shore or out on the islands. Head to South Georgia to make a campfire on the beach and experience coastal camping. Georgia's long coastline provides a variety of opportunities to camp on scenic beaches, like Cumberland Island and Jekyll Island, along the Atlantic Ocean.
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