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McRae is a city in Telfair County in the state of Georgia. The city is located not very far from the cities of Vidalia and Douglas. You’ll want to book an RV rental in McRae and explore the city and its surrounding areas with friends and family.

Incorporated in the 1870’s, McRae, served as a trading center for cotton plantations in the area and was named after a Scottish family. Today, several US Highways pass through the city, making it easily accessible to other towns and cities. Experience the hot summers and cool winters, coupled with beaches, lakes, and rivers with a travel trailer rental from McRae.

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The Great Outdoors

Georgia is a paradise for outdoor lovers, and McRae’s surrounding areas are sprinkled with a big dose of these outdoor gems just waiting for you to come and enjoy. There are many state parks nearby, with great hiking trails and outdoor recreational activities. Drive your McRae motorhome rental to Little Ocmulgee State Park for a day out in the wilderness. Located on the Little Ocmulgee River, the state park has an abundance of Cyprus and Oak swamps. The Oak Ridge Trail within the park is the preferred hiking trail for most hikers. Keep an eye out for the harmless indigo snake and gopher tortoise, two of Georgia’s rare species that are often spotted on the trail.

Should you wish to explore the Ocmulgee River, sign up for one of the many river excursion tours available. Hire a canoe or a kayak and go paddling down this vast river.

General Coffee State Park is one of southern Georgia’s best-kept secrets, as in located in the town of Nicholls. Pack a great pair of hiking boots and set out for a day to hike the many trails available, including the East River Trail, West River Trail, and the Gopher Loop Trail. Don’t miss the Heritage Farm Interpretive Walk that has lots of information about the natural habitat found in the area. This walk is also great for bird watchers, especially close to the pond.

RV Parks

When it comes to choosing a motorhome rental in McRae, a popular option for a place to park for the night or week is the campground at Little Ocmulgee State Park. The campground offers adequate RV parking facilities including pull-thru sites, big rig access, full hookups, electricity, water and sewers, WiFi, restrooms, and showers. The camp welcomes pets and is great for kids to head out and enjoy the scenic surroundings. Recreational facilities include boating, fishing, swimming, golf, hiking, and nature trails.

Towns Bluff RV Park and Heritage Center in Hazlehurst is a smaller RV rental-parking site that has adequate amenities for your RV rental, including pull-thru sites, big rig access, water and electricity, restrooms and showers. The kids have access to a big playground and recreational trails, or fishing in the Altamaha River.

In neighboring, Dublin is Honeysuckle Farm RV Park that’s great for a few nights. The park has full hookups for your RV, big rig access, electricity, and water, along with restrooms, showers and laundry. There’s a big pet area and plenty of room for kids to run around and have fun.

Exploring the City

McRae is interesting to explore, with a unique history that’s worth checking out when you visit. Pick up a map from the Telfair County Chamber of Commerce and enjoy an easy, self-guided tour that covers more than 30 of the city’s historic buildings, many of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. A good starting point is the Old South Georgia College.

If you have a camper rental in McRae, visit the Liberty Square located at the intersection of Highway 341 and 441. The square is home to McRae’s very own Statue of Liberty, a 35-foot tall replica of the original Statue of Liberty. The statue here is made from a stump from a nearby swamp, Styrofoam and an electrician lineman’s glove. The square also houses a Liberty Bell and a memorial to Telfair residents who died in service. Staying with history, check out the Telfair Museum of History that displays items of historic agricultural relevance, notable families of McRae, and exhibits on Indians native to the area.

If you happen to be in McRae over the weekend, check out the Telfair County’s Farmer Market for an array of handmade items, homemade baked goods, local honey, farm-related products, and fresh produce.

A short drive to Vidalia brings you to onion town. Visit the Onion Museum and the Vidalia Onion Fountain. Park your McRae, GA, RV rental here and spend a few hours exploring.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Oak Ridge Trail , GALittle Ocmulgee State Park, GA
  • Little Ocmulgee River: Towns to Lumber City, GAMcRae, GA
  • Warehouse Landing via Altamaha River, GAHazlehurst, 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

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