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Set amid rolling hills, swamps, and pinewood forest, a visit to the historic city of Hazlehurst will feel like a step back in time. The city is speckled with homes dating back to the 19th and 20th centuries while the streets are landscaped with trees and flowers. Meanwhile, the nearby state parks and waterways offer a plethora of recreational activities for adventurous travelers.

Annual paddle events take place on the unspoiled Altamaha and Ocmulgee Rivers just a short drive from Hazlehurst, and even the US Highway 341 gets converted into a spectacular yard sale each March. Book an RV in Jeff Davis County today, and you can discover the wonders hidden in this spectacular region of Georgia.

What’s more, Hazlehurst is well connected by road to several small towns as well as major cities including Brunswick, Macon, and Valdosta. You can easily connect to Interstates 75 and 16, or hop on the Amtrak rail to Savannah.

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The Great Outdoors

When you’re ready to head south, take your Hazlehurst RV rental to General Coffee State Park, otherwise known as "Georgia’s best-kept secret." The park hosts a number of rare plant species within a cypress swamp. You can walk above the murky waters on a winding boardwalk or paddle a canoe along the Seventeen Mile River. The surrounding woodland is threaded with hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. The park is also home to Heritage Farm complete with a cane mill, tobacco mill, and farmyard animals that the kids can feed.

Traveling slightly farther southwest with the RV rental from Hazlehurst, you’ll soon come to Reed Bingham State Park with a 375-acre freshwater lake alongside Interstate 75. The park is popular with paddlers, and you can rent a canoe or kayak on site. The tranquil lake is framed by beautiful tupelo trees and waterlilies while the banks are inhabited by gopher tortoises, indigo snakes, and a wide array of amphibians. You can also keep your eyes peeled for turkey vultures and black vultures which nest in the treetops during the wintertime.

If you would like to see an even greater variety of wildlife, take your travel trailer rental from Hazlehurst to Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. The vast prairies are inhabited by egrets, ibises, sandhill cranes, and many other bird species while black bears lurk among the longleaf pine forest. You can look out for American alligators while canoeing on the Okefenokee Swamp or observe the native birdlife and land tortoises from one of the designated observation areas.

RV Parks

After a busy day exploring the great outdoors, you’ll need to find a place to rest overnight. Many of the state parks in Georgia are equipped with RV camping facilities, but you can also take your Hazlehurst RV rental to a designated campground. There are a handful of RV campgrounds within a 30-minute drive of Hazlehurst.

Hwy 341 RV Campground is located on Highway 341 in the northern outskirts of the city center. Park at this campground, and you’ll be within walking distance of grocery stores and restaurants. The park offers full hookups with 30/50 amp service. Another option is Stagger Lee Music and RV Park southeast of Hazlehurst. This quiet park offers large RV sites with full hookups and on-site Wi-Fi. The park is in a convenient location for visiting state parks south of Hazlehurst.

If you prefer to sleep amid nature, then you might prefer to take your motorhome rental from Hazlehurst to Towns Bluff Park. The campground is located on the southern banks of the Altamaha River with direct access to woodland hiking trails. This small pet-friendly park offers 24 level sites with a shared bathhouse and a firepit.

Explore the City

Hazlehurst may be small, but the city offers a good selection of cafes, restaurants, and bistros. There are plenty of shopping options too. Head to Hazlehurst Historic Downtown to collect souvenirs from independently owned stores or take a stroll through the quaint boutiques on Village Square. There are also a number of chain stores sprinkled along the Golden Isles Highway. If you’re visiting on the second full weekend of March, then you can catch the Peaches to the Beaches Annual Yard Sale on Highway 341. You're sure to find some interesting antiques and unique gifts while browsing the 200 miles of tents and tables.

To learn more about the city of Hazlehurst and its surrounding area, you can pay a visit to the Hazlehurst-Jeff Davis Historical Society Museum on Coffee Street. The museum was opened in 1996 and preserves the memory and the history of a region which was transformed from a rich forest inhabited by Native Americans and wildlife to an industrial railroad settlement.

There are places for visitors and locals to relax in the fresh air too. You can take a stroll in one of the three city parks, play a round of golf, or let your kids run free in Hazlehurst’s splash park. There’s something for visitors of all ages to take part in during a vacation with a luxury RV rental in Hazlehurst.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Warehouse Landing via Altamaha River, GAHazlehurst, GA
  • Little Ocmulgee River: Towns to Lumber City, GAMcRae, GA
  • Oak Ridge Trail , GALittle Ocmulgee State Park, GA
  • West River Swamp to Gopher Loop Trail , GAGeneral Coffee State Park, GA
  • Ohoopee River: Griffin Ferry Road to Altamaha River, GAReidsville, GA
  • Deer Run Trail, GAGeorge L. Smith State Park, GA
  • Watson Mill Pond , GAGeorge L. Smith State Park, GA
  • George L. Smith Loop Trail, GAGeorge L. Smith State Park, GA
  • Laura S.Walker State Park Trails, GALaura S. Walker State Park, GA
  • Okefenokee Swamp, GAFolkston, GA

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