2015 Crossroads Sunset Trail
2015 Crossroads Sunset Trail
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When you pick up your luxury RV rental from Forest Park, Georgia, you will find yourself in a bustling city that's bursting with life. Forest Park is in one of the most populous regions of the state, so you’ll never be too far away from all of the action. If you have the desire to experience other cities during your stay, look no further than Georgia’s capital, Atlanta - just a few miles away from your RV rental in Forest Park. And if that isn’t enough to satisfy your craving for city life, just hop in your camper rental from Forest Park and head to Marietta or Sandy Springs, two other incredible Georgian cities.
Once you’ve experienced the whirling business of Georgian city life, you can dial it down a peg or two and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. Near Forest Park, there’s an abundance of stunning, natural sites just waiting for you to visit. Sweetwater Creek State Park is northwest of Forest Park and is a state park you're sure to fall in love with. There are over 2,500 acres for you to explore here, along with the most mesmerizing creek that runs through it. It’s a great destination if you're looking to enjoy a scenic hiking trip during your stay with the motorhome rental in Forest Park.
From Forest Park, you’ll also be able to visit the incredible Panola Mountain State Park, an undeniably stunning spot of land with a renowned granite mountain and two fishing lakes. In the fall, the park is particularly breathtaking with the warm autumnal palette that is scattered across the land by the woodlands leaves.
Even closer to Forest Park is the local nature reserve. There are 146 acres of nature and over three miles of trails. Here you can walk, hike, or observe the local wildlife. As an added bonus, you can also enjoy the historic buildings and farm equipment that date back to 1867 that are cared for in the park.
If you’re a fishing enthusiast, you’ll want to head down to Lake Spivey, which happens to be south of Forest Park. Here you can admire the beautiful water’s surface, take a dip, or try your luck at fishing. You may also enjoy a calming walk alongside the water’s edge.
While traveling in your motorhome rental near Forest Park, you’ll need to find a place to spend the night. Consider the Atlanta Marietta RV Resort Park, located 30 miles north of Forest Park in Marietta; this park is just on the other side of Atlanta, making it convenient to stop for dinner or supplies in the big city. Amenities on site include sewage, water, and electric hookups as well as cable TV and Wi-Fi. There’s also a swimming pool available for use during the summer months.
Another option is the Stone Mountain Park Campground, situated 30 miles from Forest Park near one of Georgia’s most popular attractions, Stone Mountain Park. This park offers hiking trails for both visitors and those staying as guests. The RV park itself offers hookups for sewage, water, and electric, as well as cable TV and Wi-Fi access at most of its RV sites.
While staying in your RV rental in Forest Lake, you may want to take time to visit two of this state’s most popular attractions. The Georgia Aquarium is filled with thousands of different types of marine wildlife, offering both spectacular views as well as the chance to educate yourself on the ocean and its inhabitants. You can also enjoy its gift shops where you pick up a little souvenir to remind you of your time in not only the aquarium but Georgia and Forest Park too.
Another popular nearby attraction would be the botanical gardens in Atlanta. Here you will encounter impressive floral displays and meticulous gardens that will leave you wonderstruck. The gardens change from season to season, making each visit unique.
If you want to educate yourself on the Civil Rights Movement, there are a couple of attractions that will take you through not only the political movement that picked up traction in the 1950s but also the life of the Civil Rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr. You’ll be able to get a better understanding of his work, as well as understand the efforts that have been made to bring racial equality to America.
If you want to spend a relaxing day in Forest Park, you can take some time to peruse the city’s farmers market. You’ll be able to choose from lots of organically grown fruits and vegetables, as well as various other foods that will help add a little more flavor to your trip, all while supporting local farmers. And if all of that shopping made you work up an appetite, why not head on over to one of the local Southern food joints, or stop at one of the retro fast food spots.
Forest Park, Georgia is waiting to be explored. Book an RV in Clayton County today and start your adventure!