Thinking about spending a little time in the Peach State? Good choice! Georgia has fine weather, beautiful countryside, and amazing beaches, so it’s no surprise they also have some great campgrounds. RV Camping is very popular in this state, so you’ll need to think ahead.
You’ll find that most RV campgrounds have the standard electrical and sewage hook-ups, but if you have specific amperage requirements or would like cable TV, you can find that too. Do your research and reserve ahead of time. Here are a few of my top picks for RV camping in Georgia.
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Crooked River State Park
At the southern tip of this beautiful state, you’ll find Crooked River State Park. With both pull-through and back-in premium campsites, Crooked River comes up high on the list of places to visit. It’s open year-round and is a perfect spot for getting your maritime fix in.
It also has nature trails serpentining through forest and salt marshes and is close to fine fishing and bird watching areas. The Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation State Historic Site and several other state parks are close by. Boat rental is available, but private boats are also permitted.
Services also include hot showers, cable and electric hook-up, coin laundry, a nature center, and guided boat or kayak tours.
Hard Labour Creek State Park
Life’s rough at Hard Labour Creek! Put your feet up and relax by the lake or try the local golf course. This stellar state park RV campground is located between Madison and Covington just off the I-20 and has a stunning 5,804 acres to explore.
With two lakes open for seasonal swimming, equestrian services and trails, boat rental, biking, hiking, and geocaching, you’ll never want to leave. Nearby attractions include the Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center and Panola Mountain State Park.
Services include both back-in and pull-through sites. This park is open year-round, but you’ll want to reserve early for summer. It’s popular!
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Look way up! This park has the highest elevation in the state and is smack in the middle of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With incredible overlooks, geocaching, hiking, and fishing, this park is a mountain getaway.
It’s open year-round, with premium pull-through and back-in standard campsites, all with electric hook-up. All of the sites are dog friendly. The park provides picnic tables, playgrounds, laundry, a comfort station, gift shop, and trading post.
Be warned; Black Rock Mountain has a steep gradient. It’s not for the faint of heart.
Durhamtown Off Road Resort
Got an ATV or motocross fan in the family? Get yourself to the Durhamtown Off Road Resort in Union Point, GA. This is a great spot to land. It offers 150 RV sites with full hook up for 30amp or 50amp RVs. Power, water, sewer, and trash removal are included, and they offer daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly rates.
This resort has something fun for all the motorsport and outdoor people in your party. It has fishing, paintball, archery, a clay range, and a pistol and rifle range for the sporty, as well as 150 miles of dirt-bike, ATV, and SXS trails for those who like to ride.
Explore the North Fork of the Little River, where this old fashioned resort has successfully managed and maintained a big population of not only turkey and wild hogs but also a herd of white-tailed deer. Mention if you’re military because they do offer a discount to service members. This all-age, old-fashioned family resort is sure to please!
Florence Marina State Park
Get back in the water at the north end of Lake Eufaula (aka Lake Walter F. George) at this quiet RV haven for marine enthusiasts and nature lovers. This year-round campground has a fishing pier, boat slips, and a boat ramp. It also has thoughtful amenities like a fish cleaning station, dry storage, and two playgrounds.
Also, check out the great birdwatching and boat rentals. Close by, at eight miles east, is Providence Canyon State Park, which is also known as Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon.
Cedar Creek RV and Outdoor Centre
Take the family and do whatever you can to get to this beautiful park by Big Cedar Creek in NorthWest Georgia. It has more than 60 full-hookup sites with free internet and is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and those who love history and adventure. The outdoor activities include fly-fishing, hiking in the Appalachian mountain foothills, canoe and kayak rental, and a driving range to keep your golf skills up.
Take a day to step back in time in the historic town of Cave Spring, with its antique shops and Georgia charm. Finally, explore the cave in Rolater Park and find the underground spring that gives the town its name. Book early.
If Georgia isn’t on your mind, give your head a shake! Rustic or fancy, this state has so many campgrounds to choose from, you’ll have to visit more than once.