Is Georgia on your mind?
Journey to a place where the sky touches the land, where water languidly carves away at vibrant green mountains, where snow cascades from peaks to melt against the summer’s onslaught. We’re talking about Georgia, and it’s one of the most breathtaking places to visit in the U.S.
Georgia is a modern state that still holds tight to historic buildings and welcoming customs. You’re just as likely to fall in love with the cities as you are the landscapes, so we suggest camping near Savannah if you really want your mind blown. Whether you’re going to Georgia for the peaches, the history, or their beautifully expansive skies, it’s a trip you won’t soon forget.
History is written in stone
Don’t miss Stone Mountain Park while you’re in Georgia. Stone Mountain is both a testament to our history and a marvel to behold. There are scenic train rides, a lift to the summit, and an amusement park for the entire family to enjoy.
If you can’t fit all the fun into one day, park your RV and spend a while to fully absorb the activities and the relaxation in store for you in their 3,200 acres of nature’s splendor. There are special festivals and events to enjoy depending on when you visit.
History and nature walk hand-in-hand here, and you can learn about it all with guided tours. You can unwind with golfing or a bit of shopping, and if all the nature gets too much for you to handle, Atlanta is only fifteen miles away!
Stroll across the cobbles under a mantle of Spanish Moss
We’re talking about Savannah, and it’s a city unlike any you’ll ever visit. Antebellum mansions still glow with the power they commanded in the old days, shimmering in the sunlight as if history has passed them by, and memories of families long past dance along their wooden halls.
Trails around the city are cloaked in ancient oaks, and Spanish moss hangs like curtains in the warm breeze. Cafés, restaurants, and galleries are all there for the taking, and you can enjoy the sights by trolley or foot.
Natural and beautifully sculpted nature
The sun is high, the insects are relaxing in the light, the breeze is warm and filled with a miasma of exotic scents. Callaway Botanical Gardens is an escape into nature that has to be experienced. It’s a resort that offers short visits or more extended stays, and the list of activities is well worth checking out.
After a stroll through the gardens, relax with some golfing, or a few hours at the spa. Get your thrills with zip-lining, or enjoy the sun on the beach while the kids swim and engage in a myriad of watersports. If education is more your thing, there are plenty of unique workshops to check out. It’s a great place to visit and an even better place to stay!
Explore the Hurricane Falls
At Tallulah Gorge, you will see creatures you won’t see anywhere else on Earth. You’ll experience adventures to fill you with wonder. You’ll wander trails, bridges, and stairways to the past and through gateways into unapologetic nature. Pets are allowed, but because of some of the trails and natural resources, they’re limited to where they can visit. Still, there are campgrounds to be enjoyed so you can bask in the beauty of the gorge for as long as you’d like.
Hike or bike through history
Only forty-nine locations throughout the U.S. are recognized by Congress for their impact on history, and Arabia National Heritage Area is one of them. Enjoy more than history with workshops, geocaching, nature preserves, and trails. There’s an entire host of nature to discover, and plants you will see for the first time up close and personal.
Georgia holds so much from modern comforts to historic beauty, from natural splendors to man-made wonders. Don’t delay in planning your trip to this gorgeous state!
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