Located in the southeastern portion of the United States, Georgia offers variety of camping experiences. One can find unique and varied opportunities in this beautiful state.
You can explore natural resources and historic beauty from mountains of North Georgia to the beaches on the southern coast.Starting from mountains, a ride from Atlanta, capital city of Georgia, into northeastern Georgia is the Appalachian Trail. The main attraction here is hiking.
You can make reservations along military trails or you can find many camping spots along the lake Chickamauga.You can find several islands like Jekyll, Black Beard, St. Simons and Sapelo if you travel five hours south of Atlanta. You can find undisturbed beach at Black Beard Island.
Your trip would be incomplete to Georgia if you do not visit Okefenokee Swamp. You can find 4 different parks to visit here. Fishing, golfing, hiking and camping are some of the activities you can enjoy at Laura S. Walker Park. As the park is family friendly, campers of all ages can enjoy here.
1. Appalachian Trail