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Home to one of the only operating train turntables in the United States, Summerville was founded in 1838 as the seat of Chattooga County. It flourished with the construction of the Chattanooga Rome and Columbus Railroad, with its heritage-listed courthouse and train depot built during the early-20th century.

Just a stone’s throw from some of the Appalachian Mountains' trails and recreational lakes, Summerville is the ideal place to rent an RV. It’s within proximity to historic cities and Native American archaeological sites, not to mention the longest mountaintop river in the United States.

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The Great Outdoors

Pick up your RV rental in Summerville and head to the James H. Floyd State Park, which sprawls across more than 500 acres at the base of Taylor Ridge. It’s surrounded by picturesque countryside and the Chattahoochee National Forest, with two lakes that are well stocked with fish, plus a boardwalk and a children’s playground. Follow one of the hiking trails that wind along the shores or embark on the 60-mile-long Pinhoti Trail through the southern Appalachian Mountains.

To the north lies Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area - a 24,000-acre park that’s a haven for deer, bears, and small game. There are plenty of hiking and mountain biking trails to explore, as well as designated open tracks for horseback riders. If you’re a keen angler, you can try your luck at luring redear sunfish, bluegill, and largemouth bass in the waters of Lake Marvin.

Just across the border in Alabama is the Little River Canyon National Preserve, which perches atop Lookout Mountain. It protects what is considered the longest mountaintop river in the United States, the Little River, which has carved one of the deepest canyons in the Southeast. It’s popular with whitewater enthusiasts and home to three major waterfalls - the Little River Falls at the start of the canyon and DeSoto Falls, as well as the seasonal Grace’s High Falls.

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Pick up your motorhome rental in Summerville and you can head south to one of the basic campsites inside the James H. Floyd State Park. There are restrooms, showers, and a dump station available, as well as a children’s playground and laundry facilities.

Head east to the Harvest Moon RV Park in Adairsville, with pull-through sites offering full hookups and cable TV. Take advantage of the laundry facilities and modern recreational room or walk your four-legged friends around the designated dog walking area.

You can also rent a motorhome in Summerville and head next door to the Leisure Time RV Park, which offers a range of pull-in and back-in full hookup sites. There’s an on-site clubhouse as well as laundry facilities and a picnic area.

Summerville is a 30-minute drive from Calhoun. Here you'll find a Walmart where you may be able to stay for a night or two with the Summerville travel trailer rental, just be sure to call ahead to get the manager’s permission.

Exploring the City

Park your RV rental near Summerville to see what is one of only a few operating train turntables in the United States. Jump aboard one of the special train excursions that depart from the Summerville Train Depot throughout the year or enjoy a stroll along the Town Creek Trail that rambles along the city’s waterway. Another local destination not to miss is the Paradise Garden, which was established by Howard Finster in 1951 and features his magical sculptures and paintings.

Summerville makes a great base for exploring historic Rome, which lies a 30-minute drive south. It’s clustered with 19th-century buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with many situated within the East Rome Historic District. Climb to the top of the grass-covered knoll where the city’s iconic Clock Tower has been keeping time for more than 100 years or see where the 18th-century Battle of Hightower took place at the Myrtle Hill Cemetery.

A little farther from the city, you’ll discover the Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site, which offers a fascinating insight into the region’s prehistoric cultures. It’s home to a number of mounds that date from 1000-1500AD and is celebrated as the most intact Mississippian culture site in the southeastern United States. Climb to the top of the mounds for impressive views across the site, then browse the ancient tools and pottery on display at the museum.

Summerville is home to supermarkets and retail stores where you can stock up on supplies, as well as a diverse range of eateries for dining out. There are numerous gas stations if you need to fill up your camper rental in Summerville, and there's also a U.S. Post Office in town.

Whether you’re visiting Chattooga County for its Appalachian trails or historic sites, book an RV in Summerville and start exploring!

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