Georgia has a lot of grand natural view and spots of significant importance. Most of Georgia campsites are open from late spring until early fall. You can camp either in north Georgia or Georgia near the beach.
North Georgia is an excellent place for camping and is most frequently visited in summer months. More than 20 campsites are maintained outside of the large cities. Among these, some are right on the beach.
North Georgia camping can be more enjoyable at Cloudland Canyon, the James H. “Sloppy” Floyd and Fort Mountain campsites. Most of these places are also sited near historical locations, together with Civil War forts and Native American attractions.
Though South Georgia is more occupied, the campsites are located along the southern coastline. Popular campsites in South Georgia include Skidaway Island State Park, Wormsloe Historic Site and Fort McAllister Historic Park.
Regardless of which place you select to camp in Georgia, you need to consider some common rules for reservations all over the state. For weekend reservations, a two-night minimum is needed and for Labor Day, Independence Day and Memorial Day weekends, a three-night minimum is needed.
Check all the camping sites in Georgia between 1-10 p.m. Most of the campgrounds in Georgia offer picnic table, electrical and water connections, and grill or fire rings. Some campsites also allow pets.
Common rules for Georgia State park camping:
- Only six people are allowed to camp at each campsite.
- Tent should be set up only on the designated tent pads at each campsite.
- At each state park, you can camp only for 14 days. To camp longer than 14 days, you should leave the park for 3 days and then come back.
- You are allowed to bring maximum of three vehicles for the whole group.