Georgia is an ideal playground for those who like a variety of camping adventures. Georgia’s state park system allows you to enjoy comfort, consistency, and hospitality across the state, and many other campgrounds and attractions offer inviting settings for sleeping under the stars.
Skidaway Island State Park
Camp in spacious sites under the Spanish moss at Skidaway Island State Park in Savannah, a gem tucked in the marshes of the Georgia coast.
Stephen C. Foster State Park
The Okefenokee Swamp is the backdrop for a unique camping experience among the swampy lowlands and wildlife of south Georgia at Stephen C. Foster State Park in Fargo.
Altamaha Regional Park
Camp at the charming Altamaha Regional Park in Brunswick for a simple escape to the banks of the mighty Altamaha River.
F.D. Roosevelt State Park
Leave the car behind when you set up camp in F. D. Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain, Georgia's largest state park with miles of trails. Lake Delanor and the rolling hills of middle Georgia are all just footsteps away.
Cloudland Canyon State Park
Let the dramatic beauty of ancient, water-carved cliffs be your backyard at the West Rim campground at Cloudland Canyon State Park in Rising Fawn.
Vogel State Park
Camp along Wolf Creek and enjoy the babble of tumbling waters lulling you to sleep at night after exploring North Georgia's beloved mountain playground at Vogel State Park in Blairsville.
The Martyn House
If you want to indulge in the beauty of North Georgia but you like a posh camp, try glamping in the gypsy-style, luxury tents of the The Martyn House in Ellijay.
Tallulah Gorge State ParkTallulah Gorge may be one of the most exciting sights in Georgia, and the North Rim trail is just a short walk from camp at Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Mistletoe State Park
Be prepared to have your senses delighted as the calm waters of Clark Hill Lake glow in the sunset at the edge of your campsite at Mistletoe State Park in Appling.