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Named for a local merchant by the name of Russell A. Hosch, Hoschton is an idyllic little town in northern Georgia. Hoschton can be found to the northeast of Atlanta, the largest city in the state. Less than an hour's drive separates Hoschton from the metropolitan area that serves as the state capital, and it takes even less time to reach Athens, Georgia when you rent an RV in Hoschton and decide to hit the road.

When you book an RV in Hoschton, the small town is inviting with a warm atmosphere and several historic buildings showcasing its storied past. Dreamy town parks and sleepy main streets provide a marvelous backdrop for your vacation, while state parks and forest land await you around the corner. Throughout the year, there are several town-wide events held to celebrate and get together, like the Jamming in the Park Festival in May, or the Fall Festival that occurs each year in October. There are numerous ways to make the most of your Hoschton camper rental trip, so start planning it now.

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The Great Outdoors

Once you get away from the crowded metropolitan areas of Atlanta, much of Georgia exists in a well-balanced unity with nature. The area is packed with gorgeous scenery and outdoor recreation, and visitors can enjoy the wide variety of parks, campgrounds, recreation areas, mountaintop hiking trails, and lakefront beaches. Close to Hoschton, there are several such places that are worth checking out when you rent an RV in town. Fort Yargo State Park springs to mind as a more than adequate option when you want to get out into nature and reconnect with the great outdoors. Fort Largo Lake, a large lake in the middle of the park, is the central focal point of the state park, lined with sandy beaches and refreshing swimming areas. Hiking, mountain biking, geocaching, swimming, fishing, boating, disc golfing, and miniature golfing are just a few of the handful of activities you can take part in when you bring your Hoschton camper rental to Fort Yargo State Park. Furthermore, there is a medium-sized campground on site, and a historic log fort built in 1792 that was erected to protect settlers from hostile attacks by native tribes.

Hard Labor Creek State Park is more fun than it sounds, with an eclectic mix of activities you can take part in when you visit. There is a campground, an 18-hole golf course, horse stables and trails, rental cottages, and beaches surrounding Lake Rutledge. Don Carter State Park is located in the opposite direction, north of town by the city of Gainesville. The park is one of many on the shores of the massive Lake Larimer, a popular summertime destination for Atlanta residents. There are dozens of campsites for the Hoschton RV rental, rental cottages, picnic shelters, docks, fish cleaning stations, playgrounds, a gift shop, and loads of beaches lining the lake, ensuring you a peaceful and active getaway. You can explore the park by paddling around the lake, or hiking one of its many nature paths.

Chattahoochee National Forest is one of the largest and most epic wilderness areas in the entire state, covering an astonishing 750,000 acres in northern Georgia. There is really no limit to what you can do in this sublime natural area, home to heavenly mountains, angelic waterfalls, thousands of miles of waterways, hundreds of hiking trails weaving through the woods, and several campgrounds you can utilize when you rent an RV and need a place to camp.

RV Parks

There are not a whole lot of RV parks near Hoschton, so you may need to do a bit of driving before reaching a place to stay with the Hoschton motorhome rental. Stone Mountain Heights Mobile Home Park is in a nice area east of Atlanta. On-site amenities include a laundry facility, a patio for relaxing, and a swimming pool.

Twin Lakes RV Park sits on 50 scenic acres, with over 100 camping sites and two well-stocked fishing lakes. There are all the usual amenities at this park, and plenty of local restaurants and grocery stores nearby, in case you need to restock the s'mores supplies.

City Sightseeing

There are plenty of ways to pass the time when you pick up your campervan rental near Hoschton, just not that many options in the small town itself. There are a few lovely businesses and restaurants you can check out while there, and a couple of historic buildings you can see too. The Hoschton Train Depot is likely the most important feature in the town, built on land donated by the four Hosch brothers who helped settle the town in the 19th century. This train depot was erected in 1833 to influence the Gainesville, Jefferson, and Southern Railroad to pass their rail lines through the newly founded town, ensuring years of prosperity and growth. Train services on the railway ended in 1947, but the depot was a crucial part of the community for decades.

Outside of town, you can head off to the Crawford W. Long Museum in Jefferson, a historical institutional and educational museum devoted to telling the story of Dr. Crawford W. Long. Long was one of the first medical professionals to use anesthesia in the form of ether during surgeries. His practice and life are put under the microscope at this amazing historic building, and there are ghost tours and hayrides run by the museum too.

In Gainesville, you can stop by the Atlanta Botanical Garden, one of the largest and most diverse woodlands gardens in the entire country. There is a visitor center, a natural garden, an amphitheater, and countless live events at this cultural treasure in the heart of town. There are many endangered species at this gorgeous park, and lots of live concerts are held throughout the summertime in the amphitheater.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Fort Yargo Lake Loop Trail, GAFort Yargo State Park, GA
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  • Chicopee Woods Mountain Bike Trail, GAGainesville, GA
  • Chicopee Woods Park Area Trails, GAGainesville, GA
  • Chicopee Woods Trail, GAGainesville, GA
  • Gainesville College Bike Trail, GAGainesville, GA
  • Mill Creek Nature Center Trail, GACohutta Wildlife Management Area, GA
  • Harbins Park Trail, GADacula, GA
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