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Stay at one of Georgia’s most popular attractions when you camp in an RV at Stone Mountain Park Campground. The campground is nestled on 3,200 scenic acres and has over 400 campsites that can accommodate RV rentals, tents, and pop-ups. RV campsites are available in full and partial hookups, and you can choose from pull-through, head-in, or back-in sites. Each site at the RV campground has a picnic table, a charcoal grill, and a fire pit. Wi-Fi and cable TV hookups are available at many sites too.
With more than 250 RV-friendly sites, you are bound to find something that makes you feel right at home. If you’re into fishing and boating, you might opt for a site near the shores of the campground lake. If you have children and want to keep them entertained with the campground’s many amenities, a site closer to the center of the park might be the thing for you. And if your idea of camping is a bit of solitude and serenity, there are private and somewhat secluded sites that can accommodate you.
There’s plenty to do and see if you choose to go explore the local Stone Mountain area, but if you decide to stay and chill at the campground, there won’t be a shortage of things to do here. Campground amenities include a seasonal swimming pool, a sand volleyball court, a children’s playground, and horseshoe pits. For your comfort, there are also dump stations, modern washrooms with hot showers, a coin-operated laundromat, and a general store with firewood, groceries, live bait, propane, RV supplies, and more.
When you're RV camping at Stone Mountain Park Campground, you’ll obviously want to explore the park. The main attraction at the park is Stone Mountain, a large quartz monadnock that rises 1,686 feet above sea level and 825 feet above the surrounding area. Carved into the front of the rock are depictions of Confederate figures Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson. On holidays and special occasions, the park puts on a laser show on the rock face and massive fireworks displays. Guests can also hike to the top of the mountain, or if you prefer quicker access, you can take the summit sky ride to the top. Other attractions include a scenic railroad, an adventure course, a golf course, a petting zoo, a museum, restaurants, and more.
Another neat place to visit if you have children is J.B. Williams Park in Lilburn. This city park is open from sunrise until sunset and sits on 25 acres. The complex has a dog park, a skate park, and playgrounds for children. There are also picnic pavilions with grills, baseball and softball fields with lighted walking tracks, and almost a mile of paved walking trails. There are also large open spaces if you want to just lie down and cloud watch, run around, or do a little yoga.
The Yellow River Park is another popular recreation area when motorhome camping near Stone Mountain Park Campground. The park covers 566 acres and features 12 miles of soft-surface trails for biking, hiking, and equestrians. There’s also a playground, access to the river, one mile of paved walking trails, picnic pavilions with grills, and more.
When you camp in a travel trailer near Stone Mountain, you’ll be less than half an hour's drive from Atlanta, Georgia’s capital. There is truly something unique and interesting for everyone in Atlanta. Want to spend some time outdoors? Rent a bike or scooter, and make your way down the Beltline, an ever-expanding paved trail that connects numerous neighborhoods, attractions, green spaces, and services. Looking for some intellectual stimulation? Visit one of Atlanta’s world-class museums, including The Fernbank, Atlanta History Center, the High Museum of Art, and others. And, of course, with Atlanta becoming a huge player in the film industry, visitors can learn more about the local film culture and see places where popular scenes and movies have been filmed by signing up for a movie tour.
If you’re interested in learning more about the history of railroads when you book an RV in DeKalb County, be sure to visit the Southeastern Railway Museum. In Duluth, Georgia, the museum will teach visitors of the technological, cultural, and historical importance of transportation in the southeast. Guests learn through numerous exhibits, including locomotives, passenger cars, and cabooses. There are also random train-related odds and ends.
For more family-friendly activities, visit the nearby amusement park. A few miles from Stone Mountain in Norcross, the park has 18-hole miniature golf courses, batting cages, a water play area, and an arcade. For more of an adrenaline rush, guests can hop on the go-karts or have a go on the seasonal bumper boats. If you’ve worked up an appetite after a long day of playing, you can pick up something to eat from the cafe, which serves things like hamburgers, pizzas, veggie burgers, salads, and more.