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Discover Macon, GA

Macon, Georgia, lies at the center of the state, earning it the nickname, “the Heart of Georgia.” This quaint southern city lies at the transition point between the Piedmont Plateau and the Atlantic Coastal Plains, making it a convenient home base for outdoor adventurers looking to explore the hills and wetlands of Central Georgia. Macon is also brimming with culture and history; the Ocmulgee National Monument, which honors the ancestral home of the Muscogee Nation, is on the eastern edge of the city, and visitors can also enjoy Civil War-era artifacts and museums within the city. When you book an RV in Macon, you can easily explore the history and natural beauty of central Georgia.

The Great Outdoors

Macon sits where the Piedmont Plateau meets the Atlantic Coastal Plains, so the city has a unique landscape that makes it home to some of Georgia’s best outdoor recreation. If you travel a half hour north of the city with the Macon RV rental, you’ll enter the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. At this preserved wetland, visitors can explore wildlife trails, hunt, fish, and learn about the local environment. You can also visit the Jarrell Plantation Historic Site on the edge of the refuge to view a part of Georgia’s Antebellum history.

To continue your tour of Macon’s surrounding wetlands, head to the Bond Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, which has over four miles of walking trails as well as access to trails that traverse Brown’s Mount. If you want to spend a day on the water, visit Lake Tobesofkee in neighboring Lizella, where you can enjoy one of three public parks that offer plenty of swimming, fishing, boating, and camping opportunities. Sandy Beach also has a water park area with plenty of slides, pools, and rides for visitors of all ages to enjoy.

Macon is also home to the famous Ocmulgee National Monument, which preserves the area’s prehistoric Native American history. Humans have inhabited the area of this national monument for over 17,000 years, and it is ancestral lands of the Creek/Muscogee Nation. Today, visitors can learn about the history of this land and the people who inhabited it at the park’s museum, where you can view over 2,000 artifacts - some dating back to 10,000 BCE. You can also enjoy the park’s natural beauty and explore archaeological sites along six miles of walking trails. The Opelofa Trail and Loop has plentiful bird watching and runs along wetlands where visitors can view turtles, frogs, snakes, and other native water wildlife. You can also follow trails to prehistoric mounds built to honor elite members of the Muscogee Nation. With your Macon rental RV, you can explore this historic national monument and the natural wonders surrounding Macon.

RV Parks

When you rent an RV in Macon, you’ll easily find convenient places to park your RV. If you want to stay as close to town as possible, Safe Haven RV Park is one of the options. It’s conveniently located near I-75 and offers full hookups and basic Wi-Fi with every spot. You can also stay near Lake Tobesofkee at Claystone or Arrowhead Park for scenic RV camping with easy access to the city. Both campgrounds offer full hookups along the lake. However, spaces can be limited - especially during peak seasons, so the park limits visitors’ stays to 7-14 days, depending on the location of your campsite.

Many of the best RV camping spots in the area, however, are closer to the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. The L&D RV Park in Forsyth offers easy access to the refuge along Route 83, and all campsites have full hookups and access to amenities such as laundry and a picnic pavillion. The Forsyth KOA is also nearby, offering full hookups and amenities that include a pool, fishing, and even a dog park.

You can also set up camp with the Macon motorhome rental in the refuge itself at the Lake Sinclair Recreation Area, which is located on the eastern edge of the refuge. Although it sits on the edge of the wilderness, this campground offers full hookups at many campsites as well as easy access to Lake Sinclair. With all of these options, you’ll easily find a home base when you book an RV rental in Macon.

Exploring the City

Macon is a quaint southern city brimming with history, culture, and activities. After visiting the surrounding national monuments, history buffs can enjoy Macon’s many museums, including the art and culture-packed Tubman Museum, and the Cannonball House, the only structure in Macon damaged during the Civil War.

Macon is also home to plenty of farmers markets and craft markets. Check out the Mulberry Street Market to stock up on locally-produced goods, or head to Yesterday’s Antique Market to see unique antiques from over 100 vendors. You can also time your visit around one of Macon’s famous festivals. The Ocmulgee Indian Celebration in September is one of the largest Native American gatherings in the Southeast, and the International Cherry Blossom Festival occurs in March when the city’s cherry blossoms are in full bloom. Macon is also a relatively small city, making it easy to navigate even with a large RV, but make sure that parking is available if you head into town with the Macon camper rental during major events.

RV Rentals in Macon, GA

Macon, GA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Macon. Outdoorsy's Macon RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Macon are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, and Vogel State Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Sweetwater Creek Red Trail Lithia Springs Georgia
East Palisades Trail Atlanta Georgia
Stone Mountain Cherokee Loop Trail Stone Mountain Georgia
Arabia Mountain, Klondike, and Forest Trails Loop Lithonia Georgia
Stone Mountain Walk-Up Trail Stone Mountain Georgia
Vickery Creek Trail Roswell Georgia
Sweetwater Creek Red, White, and Yellow Trails Lithia Springs Georgia
Laurel Ridge Trail Buford Georgia
Kennesaw Mountain East and West Trail Loop Marietta Georgia
Sope Creek Trail Marietta Georgia

Nearby Campgrounds

Museum of Aviation

attraction Warner Robins, GA
Located at the Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robbins, Georgia, the Museum of Aviation has the advantage of being a functional museum, with many of the exhibits containing real war planes and workhorses from the past 75 years of American aviation. There is no admission charge, and the museum is open 361 days a year, so visitors to the area can pretty much enjoy all the museum has to offer year round. The Museum of Aviation first opened to the public in 1984 with just 20 aircraft on display in an open field, and another 20 aircraft in various stages of restoration. Since then the museum has grown to become the second largest in the United States Air Force, and the fourth most visited museum in the Department of Defense. The museum is a place that honors war veterans and their families, and reminds all citizens of the legendary Air Force heritage. With 3 hangars full of planes, this museum is a must visit, especially for those with kids.

Interstate Campground & RV Center

campground Byron, GA
Strangely enough, good campgrounds in Warner Robbins, Georgia, can be hard to find, but there are some that stand out. The Interstate Campground & RV Center is one of them. Although situated close to the interstate, this campground is very clean and quiet and offers lovely wooded, level pull through sites with plenty of room for big rigs to maneuver. Full hookups are available at the sites including 30 and 50 amp power, water, sewer, and free wifi. The bathrooms have hot showers and are regularly cleaned, as is the laundry area, and the swimming pool is a welcome relief on hot days for road-weary travelers. Although there is a playground, this is not so much a destination or resort campground as it is a great, journey type park for an overnight stop when visiting the area. The roads in the park are gravel and wide enough to turn a motor home.

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