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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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Andrew Jackson State Park in South Carolina is located in Lancaster County, and just north of the city of Lancaster. The state park is obviously named for Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. Born near Lancaster in 1767, Jackson is the only president to be born in South Carolina. His political home was Tennessee, but he was raised in South Carolina.
Lancaster County has a humid subtropical climate, which means that its summers are hot and humid while its winters are fairly mild. The high elevation in some of the upstate areas such as Lancaster means that they have fewer of the subtropical characteristics. Summers are not as hot and humid as they might be further south …
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Baker Creek State Park is located in western South Carolina, on the Georgia border, between the cities of Greenwood, SC, Columbia, SC, and Augusta, GA. The state park is one of many state parks that straddle the great Lake Storm Thurmond, which is also known as Clarks Hill Lake. The scenic woodland and lakeside Baker Creek State Park provides a picturesque getaway for residents of both South Carolina’s and Georgia’s cities.
From its exceptional lake-based recreation to the numerous hiking and mountain biking trails, Baker Creek State Park has it all. This perfectly located state park is one of the best places to take an RV rental in all of western South Carolina and eastern Georgia. Accessing …
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Tennessee has breathtaking landscapes and a moderate climate perfect for camping with an RV. Big Ridge State Park in Maynardville is a heavily forested park situated in the Appalachian Ridge and the Valley Range. No need to worry if you don't own a motorhome; you can book an RV in Union County and spend some time enjoying the natural beauty of Tennessee.
Knoxville is only about a 35-minute drive to the south and offers many different restaurants and shopping. You can spend a day exploring the city after camping at Big Ridge State Park. Head over the Music City and tour some fantastic sites. Nashville is about three and a half hours from Big Ridge State Park.
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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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This summer, plan a motorhome camping trip to Blue Ridge Parkway, considered America’s longest linear park that runs through the two states of North Carolina and Virginia. Referred to as ‘America’s Favorite Drive,’ Blue Ridge Parkway is an All-American Road and National Parkway that is known for its stunning scenic beauty. Extending over 469 miles, the parkway runs from north to south, passing through Asheville and Boone in North Carolina, and three major cities in Virginia - Waynesboro, Roanoke, and Galax. Following the ridge of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains for most of the parkway, the recreational motor road is a sheer delight for outdoor enthusiasts. The parkway also connects the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia on the northern …
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The southern portion of the Appalachian Mountains is lush with green woodlands, mountainous terrain, and breathtaking views. About three hours east of Lexington, KY, three and a half hours west of Roanoke, VA, in the heart of the Jefferson National Forest, you’ll find Breaks Interstate Park. This 4,500-acre park is one of only two interstate parks in the country jointly managed by two state park departments.
In 1767, legendary explorer Daniel Boone discovered this area for himself. He named it Breaks because of the “break” in the mountains which came as a much-needed relief after hiking through the Appalachians. The biggest draw to the park is that very gorge, which has been carved over centuries by the Russell …
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Carr Creek State Park is more than just your average Kentucky State Park. Alongside its natural beauty, the park boasts a heritage rich with pioneer history. The area’s earliest settlers are said to have established a community here as early as the 1770s. In fact, the park itself is thought to have been named after William Carr, a famous hunter-and-gatherer that once lived in the area. Today, travelers camping at Carr Creek State Park can revel in this fascinating history while enjoying the rolling hills, dense pine forests, and 700-acre Carr Creek Lake.
Due to its remote nature, there are no major highways that pass by Carr Creek State Park. Instead, the park is surrounded by a network of smaller …
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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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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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As you are heading into the wilderness of beautiful South Carolina on a motorhome camping trip, consider cruising over to Chester State Park, a 523-acre green oasis and haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Located near the town of Chester, just fifteen minutes off Interstate 77, and aptly located midway between the cities of Columbia, SC and Charlotte, NC. Book an RV in Chester County to explore the state park and its neighboring towns and cities.
Developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935, the park is one of 16 parks commissioned to be built by the CCC in South Carolina, in an attempt to provide employment to the youth. This move also hugely popularized the outdoors and went on …
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North Carolina’s western region is famous for its stunning mountains, many of which form part of the Appalachian Mountain Range. Hidden away in the southern realms of these mountains is the picturesque Chimney Rock State Park. The park’s beauty is easily accessible, thanks to nearby highway 64 running past its boundaries, that adjoins to Interstate Route 26. So, when you book an RV in Rutherford County, you’ll be an easy hour’s drive away from both Charlotte and Asheville.
Should you manage to take your eyes away from the sheer beauty of the park, you’ll unveil a fascinating history too. In 1902, a man named Dr. Lucius B Morse acquired 64 acres of Chimney Rock and continued to purchase …
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Tucked away in a scenic valley amid the majestic Cumberland Mountains lies Cove Lake State Park. Sitting in the southeastern part of the USA, this park is located in Caryville which has the towns of Jacksboro and Norris for its neighbors. Perched right on the edge of the Cumberland Plateau, you will be able to look forward to the marvelous views the park offers when you search for an RV in Campbell County.
Tennessee is one state that has no shortage of camping opportunities, and Cove Lake State Park is no exception. Located right next to the freeway, the 673-acre park might seem small, but it packs quite a punch when it comes to camping and outdoor activities. The …
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Crowder’s Mountain State Park, North Carolina, is a popular destination for those that rent an RV in Gaston County. Easily accessible to the nearby towns of Gastonia and Kings Mountain, as well as the city of Charlotte, it provides visitors with the perfect mountain escape. Offering challenging hikes, towering cliffs, and views that will take your breath away, Crowder’s Mountain is made for the adventure lover.
Crowder's Mountain State Park includes the peaks of Crowder’s Mountain and The Pinnacle and was named after the creek that runs through the park, originating at the mountain’s peak. A stay at the park will give you the adventure to remember.
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