For camping, hiking, fishing, biking and backpacking, Georgia is one peach of state for these and other outdoor adventures.
In addition to thousands of acres preserved in state and national parks, Georgia is a prime location for finding a large variety of campgrounds, ranging from primitive tent campsites to full luxury RV trailer parks featuring cable TV and Wi-Fi hookups.
The most visited campgrounds throughout Georgia lie near Atlanta with Sweetwater Creek State Park only minutes away from the bustling metro area.
Stone Mountain Park camping is another big attraction for campers who visit by the thousands each year - with more than 202 sites with full hook-ups for RV's plus 56 primitive tent sites.
Farther afield lies Fort Yargo State Park, located between Athens and Atlanta, surrounding Marbury Creek Reservoir, a lake with a swimming beach and boat ramps as well as a fun camping and hiking experience for all ages.
In a nod to the environment and conservation, the Georgia Power utility has also developed three very popular 85-acre parks within the state on its 19,050-acre Lake Oconee featuring full-service campgrounds at Lawrence Shoals, Old Salem and Park's Ferry.
Around the Web, find out more about camping in the Peach State with information on state and national park recreational areas, private tent camps and RV parks, along with ratings and reviews of the best campgrounds that Georgia has to offer to outdoor adventurers around the state ...
Georgia State Parks - Find a Park -
The official site featuring a complete list of state parks including information on number of campsites, lodging, and other accommodations with maps, pictures, activities, nearby attractions, contact info.
Outdoor Recreation and Adventure Guide - Guide to Georgia state parks,
national parks and forests, camping sites, fishing and boating, hiking and biking trails with featured driving
tours throughout Georgia, with related resources.
Georgia RV Parks & Campgrounds - An extensive directory browseable by region including mountain areas, Atlanta metro, the coast, rivers, and the historic South.