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Have you been looking forward to your camping vacation all year, longing for some time off to just sit back and relax and go on fun adventures, but you’re not really sure where to go? Well, the answer to all your questions is this: book an RV in Morgan County and go camping at Hard Labor Creek Campground. Then you’ll be able not only to see amazingly beautiful nature, but you’ll also have access to lakes where you can swim, fish, and go boating. There’s also a playground, many recreation trails for both hiking and biking through the lovely wooded landscape, and you can challenge your kids to a game on the mini-golf course - or try out the full-sized one.
Even though you’ll feel like you’re miles away from any modernities when you’re RV camping at Hard Labor Creek Campground, you’ll realize that’s not the case at all when you see the restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities that you can use. The dump station is also at your service, and so is the park office and camp store, stocked with snacks and other necessities for a cozy evening with your loved ones. You can choose between a variety of sites, some pull-through, some with full hookups, and others with just electricity. Oh, and pets are welcome, too.
Sure, you can stay with your motorhome rental at Hard Labor Creek Campground during the whole vacation, but it definitely would be a shame to miss out on everything there is to do and see in the area. The city of Rutledge is just across the street and hosts several events, and you can also find out what the cities of Social Circle, Madison, and Covington have to offer. If you want to go bigger, you can always visit Athens and Atlanta, but you’ll find plenty of art, culture, and heritage in the immediate area.
You might be calling Hard Labor Creek State Park your temporary home, but that doesn’t mean that you’ve seen it in all its splendor. Despite the name, this is an excellent place for relaxing that also has many recreation opportunities such as hiking on miles of trails through the woods, fishing, swimming, and boating by the lake, and don’t forget about birding and geocaching. If you didn’t happen to bring a boat, you could rent one, and the golf course is both challenging and pristine. There’s a pro shop too, in case you forgot your driver.
If you want everything that’s great about the area around your RV campground, including fantastic views, deep, green forests, and sparkling streams, then you want to go to Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. Hike on trails between tall trees, across many streams and rivers, and there might even be a waterfall or two that you can take a look at. Have a picnic or go on a scenic drive, try your luck panning for gold, or find an overlook for some vistas that just go on and on until they meet the horizon.
You might have spotted some animals already but if you’d like to see more, you can drive your camper rental to Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge, a beautiful area made up of a large variety of different scenery such as oak, hickory, and pine forest, pine savannah, and wildlife openings where you might spot an animal or two. The birder can hope for sightings of the red-cockaded woodpecker or Bachman’s sparrow, and the wildlife living on the ground include deer, wild turkeys, foxes, and even black bears. Learn more about the environment by reading the panels located around some of the walking trails, and don’t forget your camera in the rental RV.
You won’t have to go far to attend some exciting events, so park your RV rental in Rutledge and check out yard sales, the Spooky Fall Fest, or other holiday celebrations. Even more fun things are happening in nearby Covington where you can go on art walks, watch films in a field, join in on a scavenger hunt, or watch live music and sing karaoke on the square.
While in Covington, you might as well stick around and visit one (or several) of the many art galleries displaying both the work of local artists as well as performance art, or take a guided tour where you can learn all about why the city is known as Hollywood of the South as well as hear about all the movies and TV shows that have been filmed here. There are also history and ghost tours, as well as plantations, wildlife centers, and aquariums that you can visit.
Since it seems like you’re definitely going to Hard Labor Creek State Park, Rutledge, and Covington, you might as well start looking for an RV rental in Morgan County right now.