Georgia is a beautiful country. From the mountains in North Georgia to the beaches of Tybee Island, there are tons of breathtaking views. If you plan your trip right, there are great campgrounds all over the state where you can park your car. We decided to do all the work for you and pick our favorite Georgia campgrounds from over 50 options. Here are the 10 best campgrounds in the state of Georgia.
Red Gate Campground
A self-dubbed “Oasis of Southern Charm,” Red Gate Campground is the closest RV park to historic Savannah, Georgia. Not only is the campground close to all of the attractions of Georgia’s oldest city, but it also offers activities of its own, with fishing ponds, a swimming pool, and horseback trail riding available for guests.
River’s End Campground and RV Park
Just a short drive from Savannah and a few blocks from the beautiful beach at Tybee Island, River’s End offers a coastal camping experience that combines rich history with sandy relaxation. Camping options include full RV hookups, primitive as well as water/power tent sites, and rentable cabins that sleep 6!
Hillside Family Campground
Located on nearly 90 acres, Hillside Family Campground offers a rustic, family-oriented experience with all the amenities of a modern campground. These amenities include free Wi-Fi throughout the park, a seasonal pool, a newly opened dog park, and a clubhouse with a kitchen for rent.
Chehaw Park Campground
In the shadow of Stone Mountain, Stone Mountain Park Campground offers a unique opportunity to experience one of Georgia’s most popular attractions up close and personal. Guests have easy access to park activities such as the ropes course and Summit Skyride to the top of the mountain, as well as views of the rock carvings that made Stone Mountain famous.
Stone Mountain Park Campground
With the goal of connecting people with nature and promoting conservation, Chehaw Park offers camping opportunities in addition to the zoo and other educational opportunities to bring visitors even closer to wildlife. Chehaw offers RV sites, tent sites and cabin rentals. Popular activities at the park (besides visiting the zoo) include the BMX race track, the Splash Park, disc golf, the Wiregrass Express train ride and mountain biking on the over 10 miles of trails.
Bald Mountain Camping Resort
Bald Mountain Camping Resort is nestled in the North Georgia mountains and offers year-round natural beauty, from fall foliage to summer kayaking and paddle boarding on the resort’s 3-acre lake. Bald Mountain specializes in offering camping experiences for large groups, including a reservation hall with room for 200 people and partnerships with local restaurants and golf courses.
Allatoona Landing Marine Resort
Allatoona Landing is the ideal campground to experience the water sports paradise of Lake Allatoona in Cartersville, Georgia. Just 28 miles north of Atlanta, Allatoona Landing has everything you need for a fun and relaxing weekend at the lake, including ample dockage and a full-service marina. The 116-site campground offers numerous camping options for which RVs, tents and cabins can be reserved.
Pine Mountain RV Resort
Named for the pine trees that give the area its woodsy look, Pine Mountain RV Resort offers a surprisingly luxurious camping experience with amenities such as a fitness room, pool, steam showers and more available to resort visitors. Past guests praise Pine Mountain the friendly staff, well-maintained facilities and proximity to surrounding attractions such as FDR’s Little White House.
Fair Harbor RV Park and Campground
As the name implies, Fair Harbor is located in Perry, Georgia, home of Georgia National Fair, which is held each October and attracts over half a million visitors. Even outside of the show season, Fair Harbor is worth a visit for a friendly, safe, and clean experience that includes a seasonal Saturday breakfast, a location close to I-75, and a stocked fishing pond.