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Marietta mixes rich history with a beautiful landscape in one of the largest cities in Georgia. The diverse range of possibilities makes Marietta an excellent place to rent an RV and go exploring. A culturally significant city with a ton of history and charm make a visit to Marietta well worth your time, especially if you have the mobility that renting an RV brings to your journey. You don't have to drive everywhere in your RV though, as multiple public transportation options are available to you. Catch a ride from the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) 30 minutes north of the airport to Cobb Community Transit, servicing all of Cobb County, and explore Marietta using its bus system. If you ever want to see a bit more of Georgia, Atlanta is less than an hour away. RV rentals in Marietta Georgia make a fantastic way to check out all of the great nature and history that this city has in surplus.

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The Great Outdoors

Mountains, and trails, and parks, oh my! Georgia has plenty to show you, and renting an RV in Marietta is the best way to see all of the beautiful natural locations in the region. The Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park blends history and scenery together for an enriching experience. Covering almost 3,000 acres, enjoy the trails and check out the historical museum. This is a great place for a day trip. Head up to the Kennesaw Mountain Summit to see some stunning views and conquer the 2.2-mile long trail. It’s not too hard or too long and offers a lot of history and scenery to soak in. Cheatham Hill Trail is another moderate difficulty stroll covering 2.3 miles with majestic trees and gorgeous wildflowers. Traveling with a rental RV in Marietta gives you a chance to check out as much as you want, on your own schedule.

You don't have to go out into the woods to enjoy nature in Marietta, though. At Marietta Square, you get a nice mix of vegetation with the convenience of shopping and restaurants nearby. Sope Creek Paper Mill Ruins is a unique experience with walking trails around the stony ruins that highlight the rich history of Marietta. The Cochran Shoals Trail is another beautiful spot with a paved trail that offers its own share of sights to see. A.L. Burrus Nature Park also has a multitude of trails and scenes to enjoy for cyclists, hikers, or runners. Wildwood Park makes an excellent location to have a cookout to wrap up a relaxing vacation on your last night in town. Pull up your RV and enjoy this area on the water. Search for an RV in Marietta and start planning for an experience that nature lovers will remember forever.

RV Parks

Marietta is the starting point for a great experience and offers some awesome locations for parking your RV for your trip. The Atlanta Marietta RV Resort is a beautiful spot located within the city. Here you are close to a number of attractions and Atlanta is only twelve miles away. Free internet, cable tv, and a seasonal pool are only a taste of all of the amenities that this resort offers for RV renters. As far as places within the city go, this is the premier location with a helpful staff that will help to make sure your vacation becomes everything that you dreamed of.

There are more options slightly outside of the city that will also give you easy access to gas and shopping while stepping the scenery up a notch. Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve, 22 minutes away in Austell, Georgia offers full utilities along with a nice spot along the creek. With laundry, complimentary internet, and that real park setting, you can't go wrong staying here. You could head  20 minutes away to Acworth and check out Lakemont Campground with its low rates, great scenery, and full hookups. If neither of these suit your tastes, Atlanta West Campground is worth a shot, offering tent camping, a great backdrop, all the hookups, and showers. Head over to Austell and check this place out.

Exploring The City

With its proximity to Atlanta, Marietta has done a great job to make sure that it can stand on its own two feet as far as offering things to explore. History is strong in Marietta, so make sure your history buffs visit the Marietta Museum of history to check it all out. Also if you are a fan of the movie Gone With the Wind, the Gone With the Wind Museum is another unique historical journey you should take while in town. For a bit more adrenaline mixed with your culture, try out one of several escape rooms or a major amusement park. Marietta also has a large number of specialty shops to check out if you are up for an adventure. From fizzy pop to trick shops and candy, Marietta is filled with interesting shops to visit. Go ahead and book an RV in Marietta Georgia to see all of the rich culture this area has waiting for you.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Pigeon Hill to East and West Loop Trail, GAKennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
  • Kennesaw Mountain East and West Trail Loop, GAKennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
  • 24 Gun Trail, GAKennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
  • Kennesaw Mountain Peak Trail, GAKennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
  • Cheatham Hill Trail , GAKennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
  • Kolb's Farm Loop Trail, GAKennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, GA
  • Noonday Creek Trail, GAMarietta, GA
  • Sope Creek Trail, GAChattahoochee River National Recreation Area, GA
  • Cochran Shoals Trail , GAAtlanta, GA
  • Soap Creek via Powers Ferry Trail, GAMarietta, GA

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