Georgia Campgrounds

The state of Georgia has a variety of places to camp. When choosing a Georgia campground you should consider the type of activities you want to have access to, and the type of camping that best suits your needs. These decisions can guide you as you choose the Georgia campgrounds that will suit your camping preferences. Georgia campgrounds can be found around the state’s major cities such as Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta, Valdosta, Macon, and many others. Georgia State Parks also have a variety of campgrounds to choose from.

Camping in the Southern Rivers region of Georgia is ideal for people who love water, history, plantations, birds, and wildlife. There are dozens of lakes and waterways for campers to enjoy, including the famous Chattahoochee River. History buffs will enjoy the Andersonville National Historic Site, and visiting plantations such as Ashbrooke, Quail Country, Omanga, Wynfield, Pebble Hill, Beadel House, and Southern Woods. Nature lovers and bird watchers will enjoy the Birdsong Nature center, as well as the Sweet Grass Dairy.

The Georgia Coast region is for campers who want a taste of the ocean, history, and shopping. The Georgia Coast has many islands campers can visit including Tybee Island, also known as Savannah’s Beach. These islands are perfect for campers who love sandy beaches and fun under the sun. Campers who love viewing wildlife can visit Okefenokee Swamp where nature reigns. History buffs will enjoy Wormsoloe Historic Site, Old Fort Jackson, Fort Pulaski, Fort Screven, and Telfair Museum of Art—one of the country’s oldest art museums.

The Historic South region of Georgia offers many campgrounds for people who love culture and natural beauty. Campers can take cruises along the Augusta Canal, tour sites such as the Hay House, and visit the Tubman Museum. Durhmantown Plantation is known for its outdoor recreation, as is Dausett Trails which offers 1100 acres of nature at its finest. Many campers come to this region of Georgia simply to visit the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.

Campers who want a mix of city and country should reserve stays in Georgia’s campgrounds around the Atlanta Metro region. Campers can enjoy Underground Atlanta, where shopping and dining is a true experience. They can then head out to explore the cosmopolitan attractions of the city and its hot night scene. Stone Mountain Park is outside the city of Atlanta and is ideal for family fun and outdoor recreation.

Campers who want a true outdoor experience should camp in the Georgia Mountains Region. Campers can explore the Blueridge Mountains, and Lake Sidney Lanier—a shore that is home to Gainesville which offers recreation, dining, and shopping in the mountains. Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain are also popular destinations for campers.

Georgia’s state parks are very camper friendly. There are campgrounds in the following Georgia state parks: A.H. Stephens, Amicalola Falls and Lodge, Black Rock Mountain, Bobby Brown, Cloudland Canyon, Crooked River, Elijah Clark, F.D. Roosevelt, Florence Marina, Fort McAllister, Fort Mountain, Fort Yargo, General Coffee, George L. Smith, Georgia Veterans, Gordonia Alatamaha, Hamburg, Hard Labor Creek, Hart, High Falls, Indian Springs, James H. Floyd, John Tanner, Kolomoki Mounds, Laura S. Walker, Little Ocmulgee, Magnolia Springs, Misteltoe, Moccasin Creek,  Red Top Mountain, Reed Bingham, Richard B. Russell, Seminole, Skidaway Island, Stephen C. Foster, Tallulah Gorge, Tugaloo, Victoria Bryant, Vogel and Watson Mill Bridge.

Athens
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Luxury RV facility in Athens Georgia. Features of Bulldog Park Include: Full hook ups, water, sewer electrical and Directv. Pull thru and back in sites are available. Playground and BBQ areas. Pavilion area with climate controlled restrooms and showers. - (864) 320-8836


  • Adairsville
    • Harvest Moon RV Park - (770) 773-7320
    • Leisure Time RV Park - (706) 506-9169
  • Adel
    • Reed Bingham State Park - (912) 896-3551
  • Albany
    • Albany RV Resort Inc. - (866) 792-1481
  • Americus
    • Brickyard Plantation Golf Club and RV Campground - (912) 874-1234
  • Appling
    • Mistletoe State Park - (706) 541-0321
  • Athens
    • Bulldog Park - (864) 320-8836
  • Atlanta
    • Brookwood RV Resort Park - (877) 727-5787
  • Bainbridge
    • The Place To Be RV Park - (229) 246-5802
  • Blairsville
    • Enota Campground & Resort - (800) 990-8869
    • Mountain Creek RV Resort - (706) 745-5600
    • Mountain Oak Cabins and Campground - (888) 781-6867
    • Trackrock Campground & Cabins - (706) 745-2420
  • Blakely
    • Kolomoki Mounds State Park - (800) 864-PARK
  • Cartersville
    • Allatoona Landing Marine Resort - (800) 346-7305
  • Cave Spring
    • Cedar Creek Park - (706) 777-3030
  • Chauncey
    • Jay Bird Springs Resort - (229) 868-2728
  • Clarkesville
    • Moccasin Creek State Park - (706) 947-3194
    • Sugar Mill Creek Rv Resort - (706) 947-0162
  • Cleveland
    • Jenny's Creek Family Campground - (706) 865-6955
    • Serendipity Family Nudist Park - (888) NUDE-ONE
    • Turner Campsites - (706) 865-4757
  • Cochran
    • Hillside Bluegrass RV Park - (478) 934-6694
  • Columbus
    • Lake Pines Campground and RV Park - (706) 561-9675
  • Commerce
    • Commerce/Athens KOA - (706) 335-5535
    • The Pottery Campground - (706) 335-5984
  • Dahlonega
    • Etowah River Campground - (706) 864-9035
  • Darien
    • Native Woods Naturists Park - (912) 437-6415
  • Dawsonville
    • Hidden Valley Resort - (706) 265-6110
  • Donalsonville
    • Seminole Sportsman Lodge, Marina & Campground - (888) 628-3862
    • Seminole State Park - (912) 861-3137
    • Trails End Resort - (229) 861-2000
  • Dublin
    • Pinetucky Campground - (478) 272-6745
  • Ellijay
    • Plum Nelly Campground - (404) 317-2458
  • Folkston
    • Okefenokee Pastimes - (912) 496-4472
  • Forsyth
    • Forsyth KOA - (800) KOA-8614
  • Greensboro
    • The North Shore Resort at Lake Oconee - (706) 453-4505
  • Helen
    • Creekwood Resort - (706) 878-2164
    • Enota Resort Campground and Cabins - (800) 990-8869
  • Madison
    • Talisman RV Resort - (706) 342-1799
  • Marietta
    • Brookwood RV Resort Park - (877) 727-5787
  • Mentone
    • Serenity Campground - (256) 630-0303
  • Midland
    • Lake Pines Campground and RV Park - (706) 561-9675
  • Milledgeville
    • Piney Woods Colony - (478) 457-5354
  • Mineral Bluff
    • Bear-ly Camping - (770) 363-2972
  • Morganton
    • Whispering Pines Campground & Cabins - (706) 374-6494
  • Moultrie
    • Moultrie RV Park - (229) 873-4258
  • Nicholls
    • Dunrovin RV Park & Stables - (912) 345-2793
  • Ocklocknee
    • Sugar Mill Plantation RV Park - (229) 977-1451
  • Perry
    • Fair Harbor RV Park - (877) 988-8844
  • Pine Mountain
    • Pine Mountain Campground - (706) 663-4329
  • Quitman
    • Country Lakes Resort - (229) 263-5350
  • Rincon
    • Greenpeace RV Park - (912) 826-5540
  • Rockmart
    • The Rock Campground - (770) 684-8519
  • Royston
    • Victoria Bryant State Park - (706) 245-6270
  • Saint George
    • Hidden River Ranch - (912) 843-2603
  • Statesboro
    • Parkwood RV Park - (912) 681-3105
  • Suches
    • T.W.O. Motorcycle Resort - (706) 747-5151
  • Talking Rock
    • Talona Creek Campground - (888) 835-1266
  • Tallulah Falls
    • Tallulah River Mountain Resort - (800) 476-9515
  • Thomasville
    • Sugar Mill RV Park - (229) 227-1451
  • Townsend
    • Lake Harmony RV Park - (888) 767-7864
    • McIntosh Lake RV Park - (912) 832-6215
  • Trenton
    • Lookout Mountain/Chattanooga West KOA - (706) 657-6815
    • The Landing RV Park & Cabins - (800) 803-7788
  • Tybee Island
    • Rivers End Campground and RV Park - (800) 786-1016
  • Unadilla-Haewkinsville
    • South Prong Creek Campground - (912) 783-2551
  • Valdosta
    • River Park RV Park - (229) 244-8397
  • Vienna
    • Dixie RV Park - (229) 268-5712
  • Waynesville
    • Satilla River Vacation Land - (888) 788-7010