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As soon as you step foot in Amicalola State Park, you'll realize why it is one of Georgia's most popular. It covers 829 acres of stunning, nature-filled, mountain wilderness in the Chattahoochee Nation Forest, with a lot of potential for outdoor adventure.
Amicalola State Park got its name from the Cherokee Indian word meaning tumbling waters, used in reference to the 729-foot falls that are located in the park, the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi River. When you rent an RV Dawson County, the nearby towns of Jasper, Dawsonville, and Ellijay are also all worth a visit.
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The best place to see some of Georgia’s most spectacular scenery within the Blue Ridge Mountains is at Black Rock Mountain State Park in Mountain City. Several overlooks within the park provide breathtaking panoramas for over 80 miles, so book an RV in Rabun County and head over to the park for some motorhome camping with a view.
While camping at Black Rock Mountain State Park, you may want to take some time to explore nearby Dillard, where you'll find many of the essentials for comfortable camping. Clayton is only about a five-minute drive south of Black Rock Mountain State Park and offers a few quaint shops and restaurants for campers to enjoy.
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Cathedral Caverns State Park is a state park located in Kennamer Cove in Marshall County, Alabama. The county is in the northeastern corner of the state. Cathedral Caverns is a series of karst caves, which are caves formed in soluble rock such as limestone.
The caverns had been occupied by Native Americans for hundreds of years. Archaeological records indicate Native Americans lived near the caves as recently as the 19th century. They were perhaps inhabiting parts of the caverns as long ago as 7000 BCE. One cavern was more recently settled by the Kennamer family. After the Kennamer farmhouse was burned by US soldiers, the family lived in the cave. The state of Alabama bought the caverns in 1987 and …
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Chattahoochee Bend State Park is a state park in the northwestern part of Coweta County, Georgia. The county as a whole is in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell metropolitan area. Interstate 85 is a main thoroughfare through the county, connecting Coweta County to other parts of Georgia. The Chattahoochee River runs through the county, and the park is named for a bend in the river where it is located.
From Chattahoochee Bend State Park, visitors who rent an RV in Coweta County are able to reach Atlanta in about an hour. Columbus is also about an hour away, while Montgomery and Birmingham, AL, are around two hours respectfully.
The climate in Coweta County is pretty typical for many parts of the …
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The southern draw of Chattahoochee National Forest will surely entice you to consider booking an RV rental here. The 867,000-acre forest spans across 27 Georgian counties, with the Forest Supervisor Office located in Gainesville. A popular spot for outdoor recreation and exploration, Chattahoochee National Forest provides resources and educational opportunities for locals and visitors to really engage with the surrounding natural world.
Chattahoochee National Forest welcomes over 2.9 million visitors annually and relies heavily on its volunteers to maintain the 81-year-old property. But, the land has many uses than just recreation. The wildlife and aquatic critters rely on a healthy ecosystem to keep everything balanced. The timber industry appropriately thins the forest and uses everything they remove. By protecting …
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Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is located in north-central Georgia, close to the cities of Atlanta, Marietta, and Alpharetta. Although this is the epicenter of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, it does, in fact, cover and preserves a series of sites from the Atlanta region right up to Lake Sidney Lanier. This recreational area allows visitors to escape bust Atlanta metropolis and camp along the picturesque and idyllic Chattahoochee River. The river is a haven for fishermen and women, kayakers and canoeists, and simply for those who wish to find a peaceful bank and enjoy the surrounding nature.
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area’s combination of its close proximity to Georgia’s capital and its endless recreational possibilities …
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Cheaha State Park covers over two and a half thousand acres of lush mountainous forest. Located almost exactly halfway between Birmingham and Atlanta, this park serves as the perfect weekend getaway for those renting an RV to escape the big cities of Alabama and Georgia. At the southernmost tip of the Appalachians, Cheaha State Park overlaps two counties; Clay County and Cleburne County, making it easily accessible from anywhere in Alabama.
As the highest point in the state of Alabama, Cheaha lives up to its Muskogee name, meaning “high place.” With its strong historical connection to the Native-American Creek Indians, Cheaha State Park also reveals the history of the Alabama Civilian Conservation Corps, whose stone bath-houses, towers and pavilions …
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Spanning 655,598 acres Cherokee National Forest straddles both the states of Tennessee and North Carolina. It lies about 27 miles away from Elizabethton, TN, and 36 miles from Johnson City. Nestled deep in Southern Appalachian Mountain Range, this is the only forest in the state of Tennessee. It was designated in 1920. The forest is named for the Cherokee Indians, who lived here in the past. Six hundred thirty-one thousand seven hundred fifteen acres lie in Eastern Tennessee while 377 acres lie in Western North Carolina. Great Smoky Mountains National Park bisects the forest into southern and northern regions. It touches ten counties, including Polk and Sullivan. Cherokee National Forest offers a mix of mountainous and plain terrain.
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Chewacla State Park is located in eastern Alabama, between the towns and cities of Montgomery, Auburn, and Columbus, GA. The state park lies in the perfectly balanced location of built-up towns and cities and the rolling open countryside of southeast Alabama. The park’s main feature and biggest draw is the 26-acre body of water known as Lake Chewacla. Chewacla State Park attracts many visitors every year, some for the fantastic fishing, watersports, and boating out on Lake Chewacla and others for the surrounding foothills that are perfect for hiking and nature watching.
This cocktail of lakeside recreation and Alabama countryside makes Chewacla State Park the perfect place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a …
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Cloudland Canyon State Park has been hailed as one of the most scenic parks in Georgia. This 3,500-acre expanse is located on the western side of Lookout Mountain and encompasses dense woodlands, waterfalls, sandstone cliffs, and stunning canyons.
Book an RV in Dade County, Georgia and stay a while at Cloudland Canyon. Chattanooga, Tennessee is only about a 40-minute drive northeast, making the park a convenient stopover for visitors looking to explore all the big city has to offer. Huntsville, Alabama is also about a two-hour drive from Cloudland Canyon.
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With a spectacular waterfall, thick woodland, and vibrant wildflowers, DeSoto State Park has plenty to offer to nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Found just eight miles northeast of Fort Payne, Alabama, this 3,502-acre park sits atop Lookout Mountain in the state's northeast.
From swimming, kayaking, and fly fishing to hiking, mountain biking, and wildflower watching, DeSoto State Park offers a huge range of recreational activities to choose from. And with 94 full-hookup campsites available, it's also a lovely spot to spend a few nights in a rental RV.
If this Alabama gem sounds like your ideal destination for a camping getaway, book an RV in Cherokee County and get ready to hit the road.
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Just under three hours from Asheville, NC and Chattanooga, TN, and only an hour north of Atlanta on the northern Georgia border rests Georgia's newest state park. Don Carter State Park is a sprawling 1,300 acres of land that sits on the northern tip of Lake Lanier. The area is mostly hardwood trees; though, by the nature of the park’s young history, a lot of the trees are still maturing.
Don Carter State Park was named after the dedicated conservationist and real estate agent who spent almost three decades working for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The park was opened in 2013 and has welcomed thousands of visitors since.
Hikers, swimmers, anglers, and boaters will love this …
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A charming state park that protects around 26,000 acres, Fall Creek Falls State Park is, without a doubt, one of the most exciting outdoor recreation areas in the entire country. Home to mesmerizing streams, waterfalls, and gorges, this park is an outdoor oasis for all those who relish being in nature and exploring its secrets. Due to its close proximity to Doyle (25 miles) and Pikeville (12 miles), the park is a convenient place to go camping with an RV.
Aside from its dazzling vistas, Fall Creek Falls State Park also impresses with its variety of recreational activities suitable for adventurers of all ages. You can do a little bit of everything here, including hiking, swimming, playing golf, educational programs, …
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South of the Cohutta Wilderness and west of Blue Ridge and Ellijay lies the majestic Fort Mountain State Park. Considering its mesmerizing beauty and mystery, the park rightly ranks among the top attractions in Georgia. Named after the ancient stone edifice, Fort Mountain State Park was once home to the Cherokee tribe. According to their legends, the wall was built by the “moon-eyed people” who called this land home before the Cherokee.
The park boasts more than 50 miles of mountain biking and hiking trails that wind through the park's breathtaking landscape. The captivating view of the neighboring Blue Ridge Mountains, paired with the glimmering and tranquil lake, makes the park an ideal location for a rural escape. The park's …
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Fort Yargo State Park is a natural draw for adventurous bikers, hikers, disc golfers, and other recreationally inclined folks. This 1,816-acre park is located in northern Georgia between Atlanta, Athens, and the Chattahoochee National Forest in the small town of Winder. This park is covered in loblolly pine and oak trees and is home to a popular 260-acre lake.
In 1792, some of the early European settlers in the area built a log cabin to protect themselves from the natives. That building, one of a few built by the Humphrey brothers, is still preserved today as a historic monument. Its history is vast and extends past the Civil War.
There's so much to explore in Fort Yargo …