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The town of Franklin, Georgia is the county seat of Heard County, taking its name from Benjamin Franklin. The beautiful Chattahoochee River flows through the heart of town adding to the general charm of the area. There are numerous parks and natural areas nearby, which makes for great fishing or nature watching, while in town there are many shops, eateries and historical buildings to enjoy.
Located in town, Franklin City Park is the main outdoor recreational area, on the south side of town, the perfect place to go for a short stroll or a picnic. Visiting this park allow you to park your Franklin RV rental here while you explore.
Greenway Trail is a beautiful walking trail that winds its way along the Chattahoochee River that flows through Franklin. The path is paved, so is easily accessible for everyone, and offers beautiful views of the river and surrounding greenery.
Above town is the Chattahoochee Bend State Park, an area of natural beauty that is well worth exploring in your Franklin travel trailer rental. This area of land provides you the freedom to maneuver through the many wooded trails that are simply beaming with wildlife and unique plants. The park is located at a bend in the Chattahoochee River, therefore making it a haven for paddlers, swimmers, and anglers. A range of observation platforms provide some beautiful views of the river and surrounding forest, showcasing the majority of the park that is left in its natural state.
Rent a motorhome near Franklin and set out to explore Talladega National Forest, located in the neighboring state of Alabama and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The area covers 380,000 areas, in which there is a diversity of ecosystems, offering its many visitors a taste of the great outdoors. Explore the many trails on horseback, on a bike, or on your own two feet. If you know where to look, there are some beautiful waterfalls to be found and enjoyed by all. If you don’t fancy straying too far from the road, then pick a scenic spot and enjoy a picnic with the family.
When you book an RV rental in Heard County, you will need a place to park for the night or week. The closest RV park to town is Chattahoochee RV Park. This park boasts 30 full hookup sites for your RV offering both 30 & 50 AMP electric, with the added benefit of having both a laundry room and restroom. There is also a small playground which can help keep the kids entertained, and pets are allowed so don't forget Fido.
Historic Banning Mills RV Park provides 40 sites that are available in a wooded area. There are both full and partial RV hookups as well as a range of amenities including a seasonal swimming pool, horseshoes, a catch and release fishing lake, paddle boats, and a small mini-golf area. There are also plenty of hiking trails in the immediate vicinity to be enjoyed, and all sites offer the feeling of being off the beaten track. Also available at Banning Mills you will find one of the longest and highest zip line canopy tours in the world.
Just below Franklin, near the Georgia DNR Wildlife Management Area, is Brush Creek Park. The park contains a number of RV sites, perfect for a stopover in an RV rental from Franklin. This park is fairly primitive, but its position on West Point Lake may make up for the lack of amenities. Onsite there are a number of picnic pavilions, boathouses, a basketball field and basketball court, and a playground for folks of all ages to enjoy. Nature lovers will love the fact that this park is home to four American Bald Eagles.
If you are looking for a bite to eat after a long fun-filled day out exploring, then choose from BBQ joints and fast food establishments to Mexican and Italian restaurants.
You could easily spend a few hours wandering through town, popping into a few shops and window shopping.
One of the more unusual attractions in town is actually the gas station. The station is now considered historical, having been built in 1938, and still features a vintage, hand-painted Coca-cola advertisement. If you have a few extra minutes during your adventure stop by to see this unique work of art painted on the side of the building, so don't forget your camera.
Another historical point of interest in town is the Old Heard County Jail, built in 1912, and it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1987 it was restored and now serves as a museum and historical center.
Should the hot Georgia sunshine be calling your name, consider a camper rental in Franklin. Explore some of the local history, enjoy the local southern cuisine, watch a sunrise, and take in the jaw-dropping landscape. Rent an RV in Franklin, GA and set off on a wonderful family adventure!