Hurricane Dorian. Photo credit: NOAA
Georgia Travel Information

We're here to help. Below are resources to help you find hotel and lodging availability, assistance from our Visitor Information Centers and other important emergency resources. If you are concerned about your travel plans for existing reservations, contact your hotel directly.


Georgia Hotels & Lodging

Explore Georgia and its statewide partners are actively gathering and updating information on hotel and lodging availabilities throughout the state. In partnership with Tripadvisor, the emergency lodging and hotels page has been activated to provide travelers and evacuees with real-time availability.

Available Hotels and Lodging

Private Rentals

If you are looking for a private rental property, here is a link to Airbnb accommodations in Georgia.

Available Private Rentals

Campsites & Cabins

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) operates 48 state parks that offer more than 2,700 campsites, including tent-only areas, RV pull-thru sites, primitive camping and group camping areas. Evacuees and their pets are welcome in Georgia's State Parks. ParkPass and pet fees will be waived for evacuees. Some stables are available for horses. Campsites and cottages are available at regular rates, and "dry camping" is free during this emergency event.

Available Campsites

Shelters

Shelter locations are now open and ready to receive evacuees in multiple Georgia counties. Information regarding those shelter locations can be found here: 

Several pet shelters are now open in Georgia to assist with placement of pets for evacuees. We recommend contacting the shelter to check availability for your pet. 

Pet-friendly Accommodations

Pets Welcome website - a hurricane resource page with pet-friendly lodging options that is updated in real-time and searchable by location: www.petswelcome.com/hurricane-emergency/near-me.

Pet Friendly Hotels website: www.pet-friendly-hotels.net

Special Accommodations

Explore Georgia and its partners have created a document to log and track places that are accommodating non-traditional needs. For example, horse stables or racetracks for RV parking.

Available Special Accommodations


Visitor Information Centers

Our nine official state Visitor Information Centers are available to assist with identifying accommodations and travel information. Each center also offers clean bathrooms, a place to park, walk pets and more. Standard hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., daily.

Georgia Visitor Information Center map

Augusta
I-20 West, GA-SC Line
Augusta, GA 30917
(706) 737-1446

Columbus
1751 Williams Road
Columbus, GA 31904
(706) 649-7455

Lavonia
I-85 South, GA-SC Line
Lavonia, GA 30553
(706) 356-4019

Port Wentworth (Savannah)
I-95 South, Mile Marker 111
Port Wentworth, GA 31407
(912) 963-2546

Ringgold
2726 I-75 South
Ringgold, GA 30736
(706) 937-4211

St. Marys
11 St. Marys Road
St. Marys, GA 31558
(912) 729-3253

Tallapoosa
I-20 East, GA-AL Line
Tallapoosa, GA 30176
(770) 574-2621

Valdosta
5584 Mill Store Road
Lake Park, GA 31636
(229) 559-5828

West Point
1-85 North, GA-AL Line
West Point, GA 31833
(706) 645-3353


Explore Georgia Travel Updates

For real-time updates on travel information, follow Explore Georgia on social media.

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Real-time Traffic Information

Real-time information on road conditions and closures throughout Georgia from the Georgia Department of Transportation:

www.511ga.org

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Georgia DOT

Resources from the Georgia Department of Transportation, including hurricane evacuation tips and maps:

www.dot.ga.gov/DS/Emergency/Hurricane


Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency

Shelter locations are now open and ready to receive evacuees in multiple Georgia counties. Information regarding those shelter locations can be found here: 

Information and preparedness tips from the Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency (GEMA):

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www.gema.ga.gov


Georgia Airports

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport

Albany International Airport

Augusta Regional Airport

Brunswick Golden Isles Airport

Middle Georgia Regional Airport


NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center

Real-time storm updates from the National Hurricane Center

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www.nhc.noaa.gov


Governor Brian P. Kemp

Updates from the Georgia Governor's Office

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gov.georgia.gov


Ready Georgia App

Download the Ready Georgia app to stay weather-aware and informed about potential threats and protective measures to take.

ready.ga.gov


Red Cross

American Red Cross in the Georgia Region will be updating information on their emergency relief efforts.

www.redcross.org/local/georgia.html