While visiting the beautiful state of Georgia, campers who book an RV in Dallas will find unlimited outdoor and indoor activities within a short drive. A trip to Dallas provides visitors with the opportunity to visit a city steeped in quaint, historic beauty with a side of traditional Southern hospitality.
Atlanta, situated about 30 miles away from Dallas, is a prime location for all of your tourism needs. Even closer to Dallas lies Marietta, a city filled with activities and entertainment, featuring less traffic and city congestion than Atlanta. Less than two hours to historic Chattanooga and an even shorter drive to the tri-state border of North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia, Dallas is a great location to rent an RV.
The Great Outdoors
The mild, humid subtropical weather and temperate winters of Georgia afford RV visitors with a multitude of opportunities to enjoy the outdoor recreation opportunities all year round while camping in their RV rental in Dallas and the surrounding municipalities. With the coldest month being January with an average high of 51 degrees, the Dallas and greater Atlanta camping scene operates year-round for visitors to enjoy the area.
As a family- a focused suburb of Atlanta, visitors and residents alike will be pleased to find the abundance of recreation facilities in the area. Dallas is home to a multitude of opportunities to recreate, including playgrounds, waterfalls, state parks, walking trails, community centers and more. Notably, White Oak Park is a large tree- studded property that boasts three lakes, disc golf, sports courts, picnic pavilions and more, perfect for entertainment while relaxing in your rental motorhome in Dallas, GA.
If a dose of history is what you’re seeking when you pick up your Dallas RV rental, be sure to check out Pickett’s Mill Battlefield State Historic Site. Here, you’ll find 765 acres preserved as a state park, commemorating the battle that took place on May 27, 1864. The site offers visitors an education center which includes exhibits, films and more.
As a state, Georgia is home to more than 60 state parks and historic sites, many of which are within driving distance for a day trip from your camper rental near Dallas. Sweetwater Creek State Park offers travelers a chance to hike on its wooded trails, explore ruins of the New Manchester Manufacturing Company, fish in the 215-acre George Sparks Reservoir and even rent paddle boats, canoes, kayaks and stand up paddleboards to better explore.
Also, proximal to Dallas, you’ll find High Shoals Falls and Blue Hole Falls on a short easy hike in nearby Helen, Georgia. The trail meanders through a lush, mossy creek valley to one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Georgia, if not in the entire South. On the way, you can visit the equally beautiful, albeit smaller, Blue Hole Falls, a single-drop waterfall featuring a deep, pristine, turquoise pool. To see both High Shoals Falls and Blue Hole Falls is a round-trip 2.5-mile hike, with reportedly easy inclines and surface materials, and dog-friendly access. Happy trails!
Planning a visit to the area with a Dallas RV rental by owner is easy when there are plenty of family-friendly campgrounds nearby. The Rock RV Park is located in nearby Rockmart and offers a laid-back, tree-surrounded atmosphere within driving distance of Dallas, Atlanta and more. This campground has 100 campsites, some full hook up and over 100 feet long to accommodate the largest of rigs.
Clark Creek North COE is located nearby in Acworth and offers campers fishing opportunities and beautiful, lakefront campsites. Over 20 sites are available, with 50-amp service and water hookups. There is also a dump station available on site for campers.
If you’re looking for more amenities to enjoy during your stay in your rental motorhome in Dallas, GA, look no further than the Cartersville/ Cassville-White KOA. This extensive campground provides full hook up sites, with access to laundry facilities, seasonal pool, volleyball court and more.
Exploring the City
Whether you’re seeking the quiet, peaceful nature- driven areas in Dallas, or the “Hot-Lanta” attractions of one of the South’s busiest cities, a Dallas motorhome rental allows visitors the opportunity to explore both.
If you find yourself traveling with children (or without), be sure to plan a trip to the Georgia Aquarium. Accessible by MARTA (Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority), if you’d rather not drive, this aquarium is one of the best in the nation. Over 600,000 square feet and housing more than 10 million gallons of fresh and saltwater, this AZA-accredited aquarium boasts animals from the African penguin all the way to the zebra shark. Plan an entire day to visit this aquarium and be sure to purchase your tickets in advance.
If more local fun is what you’re seeking when you pick up your Dallas rental camper, check out The Dallas Theater. This historically restored theater, originally constructed in 1948, was renovated and reopened in 2007 and now features concerts, movies, comedians, plays, musicals and more in a 1940’s Deco style.
A camper rental in Dallas, GA, is a great way to enjoy northern Georgia and explore everything that the area has to offer.