Skidaway Island State Park in Savannah, Georgia
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. RVs and car campers enjoy two modern, shaded campgrounds that include water and electricity for each site. Hike-in backcountry backpackers can choose from 13 secluded primitive sites along a 2-mile loop through a hemlock grove.
Outdoor lovers should not miss this park's spectacular scenery.
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. Open-air picnic shelters and an enclosed group shelter are popular spots for parties, reunions and other celebrations. Trails wind through maritime forest and past salt marsh, leading to a boardwalk and observation tower. For cooling off during summer, Tybee Island's beaches are less than an hour away.
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. A certified dark sky park by the International Dark Sky Association, this park has minimal light pollution, so guests can experience some of the darkest skies in the Southeast. Stand beneath a sky full of stars and see the Milky Way stretched out above you while watching for the occasional meteor streaking across the night sky.
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. The park's 115 tent, trailer and RV campsites, along with 16 backcountry campsites offer a range of options throughout the park's more than 9,000 acres. A wooded campground sits near the edge of a small fishing lake, and privately operated stables offer guided horseback rides. Lake Delanor and the rolling hills of middle Georgia are all just footsteps away.
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. With 34 cottages; 90 tent, trailer and RV campsites; and primitive backpacking sites, visitors have a range of overnight accommodations. Swim, boat, and fish in Lake Trahlyta, and explore hiking trails to waterfalls, playing miniature golf, and stepping back into history at the Civilian Conservation Corps museum.
Tallulah Gorge State Park
Tallulah 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 in Tallulah Falls. Campers can stay inside the park, choosing from 50 sites with electric and water hookups, plus hot showers. Plan your trip with this Guide to Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Elijah Clark & Mistletoe State Parks
Be prepared to have your senses delighted as the calm waters of Clarks Hill Lake glow in the sunset at the edge of your campsite at Mistletoe State Park in Appling or Elijah Clark State Park in Lincolnton.
The campground at Mistletoe is situated on a peninsula, offering spectacular views of both sunset and sunrise over the open water. Overnight guests may rent canoes to explore the large lake.
The spacious campground at Elijah Clark is nestled into the forest. Tent campers will enjoy extra privacy in the walk-in section.
Chattahoochee Bend State Park
Take in the views of the Chattahoochee River from the observation platform before setting up camp at the riverfront platform sites or Adirondack-style shelters at Chattahoochee Bend State Park in Newnan. Although most of the park has been left in its natural state, campers have many options for staying overnight within park boundaries. RV owners will enjoy the camping section with sunny pull-through and back-in sites. Tent campers can choose from riverfront platform sites, walk-in sites and traditional developed campsites.
Georgia Glamping Tents at Shady Grove Campground
Set on the shores of Lake Lanier is Georgia Glamping, a resort of sorts with stylish tents that can accommodate up to six people. They have full-sized beds, linens, lighting, coffee makers and mini fridges. There are also chairs around a fire pit and hammocks for relaxing. Three tents are located at Shady Grove Campground. Guests need to bring their own towels and toiletries, as well as a flashlight and any food you might need. Kayaks, paddleboards and paddleboats are available for rent.