Fall is the perfect time to enjoy camping in Georgia. You can head up North to the mountains, camp closer to the city in Stone Mountain or head to the coast for camping in Savannah. State parks around Georgia tote some of the most beautiful camp grounds overlooking lakes, located on hike trails and there is one in particular that is perfect for a girlfriends getaway.
6 Places to Go Camping In Georgia
Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn
Head to the Westrim campground for breath taking views of water-carved cliffs as your backdrop. Leave the little ones behind and go on adventurous hike to discover to waterfalls among the rolling hills.
Vogel State Park, Blairsville
Listen to the cascading waters as your drift to sleep when you camp along Wolf Creek. Vogel State park has a lot to offer including cottages, campsites and for the adventurous lot, backpacking sites. Bring your non motorized boat to enjoy the lake and don’t forget to hike the easy loop to Trahlyta Falls.
Tallulah Gorge State Park
Family friendly hikes. Camp and then set up to enjoy a fun family picnic. There’s lots of history here as well so check out the town.
Three more favorite destinations for camping in Georgia.