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Discover Columbus, GA

Nestled in the valley of the Chattahoochee River, Columbus, Georgia, is that rare city with a rich history, and a vibrancy and hipness all its own. Just 100 miles southwest of Atlanta, Columbus is home to many museums and tourist attractions. Where rolling hills and beautiful plainlands meet, Columbus has something for everyone, from fine dining and coffee shops to the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world. Enjoy the almost 50 parks and recreation centers, the historic district, and fitness trails. The more you learn about this city, the more you’ll want to book an RV in Columbus, Georgia.

Sites and Scenery

Although a modern city, Columbus offers great hiking and outdoor recreation opportunities, right in the city limits. The Chattahoochee RiverWalk is a 15-mile long walking and bicycling trail that connects Downtown Columbus to the South Columbus district, and to the northern border of Fort Benning. The Columbus Fall Line Trace is 11 miles of fitness trail fun that starts in Uptown and leads to the northeastern part of town. Black Heritage Trail, a National Recreation Trail, features historic and cultural insights, and doubles as a walking trail.

One of the most unique and exciting outdoor activities available in the city is the world’s largest urban whitewater rafting course. The Chattahoochee River Whitewater Park opened in 2012, with restored natural water flow conditions. This 2.5-mile course is ideal for kayaks or canoes, and is considered one of the best whitewater courses in the world. Attached to the course is the Blue Heron Adventure zip-line, connecting you from the Georgia side of the Chattahoochee River to the Alabama side, and back.

Drive just an hour west with the Columbus rental RV to find yourself in the gorgeous Tuskegee National Forest in Alabama. This 10,000-acre gem features rich forest land for hiking, fishing, camping and biking. There are also great trails for horseback rides, and a shooting range for even more fun. A favorite trail here is the Bartram National Recreation Trail, the first in Alabama. This 8.5-mile path takes you through different types of forest habitat, and hikers can see a vast variety of wildflowers and trees, including flowering varieties like dogwood and magnolia. Deer, turkey and other wildlife are abundant here.

A much larger national forest, also in adjacent Alabama, is the Talladega National Forest, near Birmingham, AL. Spread out over almost 300,000 acres, this forest is a vast recreation area, providing almost limitless opportunities for the outdoors enthusiast. Fishing, camping, hunting (including big game), hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking are just some of the favorite activities. Camping is available, as in most national forests, with primitive campgrounds available, some including with hookups and water for your Columbus, GA rental camper.

If you’re yearning for some ocean adventures, head three hours south in your Columbus rental RV and you’ll find yourself in Panama City, Florida. On the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, here you can enjoy beach hikes and horseback riding, deep sea fishing charters, kayaking, boating activities, windsurfing, and much more. Make sure to check out the St. Andrews State Aquatic Preserve, a beautiful sanctuary with stunning beaches, nature trails and camping, plus Shell Island boat tours.

City Sites

Columbus has a great regional cultural niche and vibrant energy, all in a mix of modern and historic architecture and neighborhoods. Columbus State University has downtown locations for arts and drama, bringing a youthfulness to the downtown scene as well. Historic preservation is prioritized in Columbus, including brick facades and the famous 1966 Olympic softball competition complex, A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium.

There’s much to see and do in Columbus, including family favorites like the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, and the hands-on science center at the Center of Science and Industry (COSI), a world-class exhibit with more than 300 interactive displays. This center includes the new American Museum of Natural History Dinosaur Gallery.

For a nice family picnic spot, and to see the one-of-a-kind glass artwork of Dale Chihuly, make sure to visit the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Bicentennial Park is the home of concerts on summer weekends, and a huge collection of fountains that transform into fun children play areas. The trail leading south from Bicentennial Plaza takes you to the Scioto Audubon Metropark, a charming birding area with nature center, and a large, free climbing wall.

Other museums and attractions of note include the Columbus Museum featuring regional history and American Art. Columbus is also home to the National Civil War Naval Museum. Highlights include two Civil War military vessels, and uniforms, weapons and equipment used by soldiers from both sides of the battle. The planetarium at the Coca-Cola Science Space Center also features four flight simulators.

Shopping is a popular activity, and there are several urban and suburban shopping malls including Peachtree Mall, and Columbus Park Crossing. The historic downtown shopping district is a great place to spend the day. Here you’ll find lots of shops to explore, and a variety of casual and fine dining options, all in a fantastic historic setting. Make sure to visit Columbus’ historic districts, including the Columbus Historic Riverfront Industrial District.

Where to Park It

Columbus is a thriving metropolitan area, with surrounding parks and facilities, including national forests and state parks, so you will have no problem finding a place to park your Columbus rental RV. In addition to RV parks and resorts, primitive camping is available very near the city. When you branch out with the Columbus rental motorhome, you can camp near the Gulf of Mexico, or stick close and set up camp in the deep, green forests of the area. There are a dozen Walmart Supercenters in the area, including six right in Columbus and nearby Bibb City.


When you rent an RV in Columbus, you’ll be in the midst of one of the best food scenes in the area, with innovative eateries, artisan food producers, and creative chefs who delight their customers with meals that are divine. Nationally acclaimed distilleries, micro-breweries and local coffee roasters complement high-end cocktail bars.You’ll find soul and southern food here, as well as international flavors and American steak houses and burger joints. Don’t miss the seasonal farmers market in nearby Midland, GA, open Saturday mornings.

RV Rentals in Columbus, GA

Columbus, GA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Columbus. Outdoorsy's Columbus RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Columbus are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Vogel State Park, Grundy Forest State Natural Area, and Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.

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What's around Columbus, GA

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Cave Creek Trail from Cheaha Trailhead Lineville Alabama
Sweetwater Creek Red, White, and Yellow Trails Lithia Springs Georgia
The Wolfden Trail Warm Springs Georgia
Providence Canyon Perimeter Loop Trail Omaha Georgia
Sweetwater Creek Red Trail Lithia Springs Georgia
Chinnabee Silent Trail Lineville Alabama
Arabia Mountain, Klondike, and Forest Trails Loop Lithonia Georgia
Silver Comet Trail Smyrna Georgia
Chewacla State Park Trail Auburn Alabama
Pinhoti Trail: Porters Gap to Cheaha State Park Talladega Alabama

Nearby Campgrounds

Lake Pines RV Park and Campground

campground Columbus, GA
Are you looking for a family-run RV park in Columbus, Georgia, which makes you feel at home? If so, you won't go far wrong choosing Lake Pines RV Park and Campground. It is located on 20 acres of pine forest and is a retreat form the busy world. You get full hookup and there are laundry facilities on site. The park is only minutes away from historic Fort Benning and downtown Columbus. Why not go and check out the shops and restaurants in town. If you fancy a little sightseeing, the Coca Cola Science Center or the Civil War Museum are great places to visit? This area is steeped in history and is ideal for any of you history buffs out there. For those who have energy to burn up, why not ride the rapids on the Chattahoochee River or take the 22-mile Chattahoochee Riverwalk. If you fancy a day on site there is plenty to occupy you. There are horseshoe pits, hiking trails, and a swimming pool. There is also an Events Center on site, which will arrange for you to celebrate your birthday, anniversary, wedding, or any other special occasion at the park.

Lake Pines RV Park & Campground

campground Columbus, GA
Georgia is home to good people, delicious food, and fun times to be had. If you plan to be in Columbus, Georgia, park your RV at Lake Pines RV Park & Campgrounds and experience the friendly nature of everyone for yourself. Lake Pines RV Park & Campgrounds offers a picturesque camping experience that is close to the city. This park is family owned and operated, and the staff will make sure you visit to Columbus is extraordinary. Lake Pines RV Park & Campgrounds is open all year long and offers full service RV hookups. There is a playground for the kids, 20 acres of roaming space, hiking trails, an event center, and a private pool. This is a place where you can go to relax after a long day of sightseeing. The park has a primitive look to it where you can enjoy some peace and quiet away from the city. You can explore nature and look for some native wildlife while you are there.

Leisuretime Campground

campground Auburn, AL
Leisuretime Campground in Auburn, Alabama is a great place for RV campers. The campground is in an excellent location close to Interstate 85. The campgrounds are privately owned and located inside the city limits. All of the sites in the park are full hookups that provide water, sewer, cable, telephone, and WiFi. Each site has 20, 30, and 50 amp electric services. The sites can accommodate large pull thru ?Big Rig? vehicles of most any size. These sites border Parkerson Mill Creek where campers can open their windows at night to listen to the soothing sound of the waters. There are clean, modern bath house facilities that are centrally heated and cooled. Campers may stay for a night, a week, or a month. In addition, campers have access to a laundry facility, vending machines, ice, bicycle rentals, and a business center. The campgrounds are located with easy access to many exciting attractions and excursions in the area.

Auburn RV Park at Leisuretime Campground

campground Auburn, AL
Auburn RV Park at Leisuretime Campground is located on Interstate I-85 Exit 51. They are the only privately owned RV park located inside the city limits of Auburn, Alabama. All sites within the park are full hookups with water, sewer, cable, telephone, WI-FI, 50amp, 30amp and 20amp services. They have multiple site offerings ranging from large pull thru "Big Rig" sites to fit most any size RV to pull through campsites with full hookups available bordering Parkerson Mill Creek where you can open your windows at night and be relaxed by the sound of the flowing waters, They also even have a few tent camping sites. There is also a really nice men's and women's bathhouse facility that is centrally heated and cooled. We offer reasonable nightly, weekly and monthly rates. We also have a laundry facility, vending area, ice machine, bicycle rentals and business center on site for your convenience. Pull thru access to propane and diesel are also available at the same turn in for the park.

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Recommendations for Columbus, GA from Outdoorsy Owners

This dump station is only 8 miles from where the RV calls home.

Aug 3, 2018

Military only campground, Very nice. Boat rentals and regular events.

May 31, 2018

This place is amazing. Great walk through exhibits , IMAX theater. You will have a much greater appreciation of our military after visiting here. GOD bless our troups.

May 31, 2018

One of the coolest places for the not faint at heart. man made white water rafting as its best.

May 31, 2018

Discounted delivery and pick up from this campground. Just ask.

May 31, 2018