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Atlanta and Beyond RV Adventure

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

Pick up your RV in Atlanta and get ready to soak up some southern hospitality, city excitement, and relaxing scenic drives.

Centennial Park District

Centennial Park District is Atlanta’s premier entertainment destination.  Built in 1996 for the summer Olympics this park has a variety of attractions to spend a fun-filled day, check out:

  • The World of Coca Cola: to learn the history and taste Coke from all over the world.
  • The Georgia Aquarium: one of the world’s largest aquariums.
  • The SkyView Atlanta Gondola:  a thrilling 200-foot-tall Ferris wheel offering panoramic, breathtaking views of the downtown cityscape lights.

With over 20 million visitors annually there is always something to see and do in the Centennial Park District.

Atlanta Centennial Park District RV Road Trip
Photo credit: City of Atlanta

Spend the night right in the city, with easy access to all the excitement at Sweet Water Creek RV Reserve.

National Parks

Pack up the RV for a couple of days of scenic driving and adventure, in Chattahoochee National Forest. This state park covers 750,000 acres of beautiful scenery. You will cruise by mountains, rolling hills, rushing rivers, and gorgeous waterfalls. This is the perfect RV adventure as you conveniently cruise from one scenic destination and beautiful campground to the next. Make sure you stop at:

Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge
Photo credit: Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge


  • Amicola Falls: located right in the center of Chattahoochee State Park, park your RV at the beautiful Amicola Falls State Park Lodge and campground. A short walk from the lodge is a 729-foot waterfall which is exceptionally beautiful.
  • Brasstown Bald: Georgia’s highest peak, at 4,784 feet, walk the trails to traverse the mountain and reach the observation deck, offering breathtaking views of mountains and valleys.
  • Lake Blue Ridge: The crystal-clear aquamarine waters of Lake Blue Ridge make it one of Georgia’s most picturesque mountain lakes, and a popular fishing location. There are two campgrounds nearby, a beach, picnic area and a marina for renting boats.
  • Secluded Waterfall Haven: treat yourself to a night of camping in this beautiful secluded RV heaven, with 4.5 acres just for yourself, this site gives you the opportunity to get intimate with the forest and the waterfalls on-site.

This huge park has something for everyone on your RV adventure. Spend the days hiking and picnicking by the lakes. Take in the breathtaking scenery and wake up to the sound of the waterfalls in the comfort of your RV. Book today and get ready for your adventure in Atlanta and beyond.

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Rent an RV in Georgia

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Rent an RV in Georgia, “The Peach State”, if you would like to enjoy some southern charm. Georgia RV rentals are a great vacation for those who wish for a quiet pace, delicious food, and the peaceful beauty of the countryside.

Georgia - Desoto Falls
Georgia – Desoto Falls

Georgia is one of many great places to golf 365 days a year in the USA, although, Georgia RV rentals have been described as the golf vacation of a lifetime because of its five distinctly different regions. RV rentals in Georgia are quite popular for golfing trips.

Cycling, tubing, paddling, and rafting are also quite popular because of Georgia’s diverse geography. Make sure you pack bicycles into your Georgia RV rental so you can explore Georgia’s mountains, beautiful coastal flatlands, off-road trails, paved pathways, and country roads. For endless tubing, paddling, and rafting opportunities, take your Georgia RV rental into the mountains, the Piedmont, or along the coast. The mountains in Georgia offer winding rivers, lakes, and whitewater rafting down the Chattooga River which has been nationally designated “Wild and Scenic River”. Take your Georgia RV rental to Piedmont for slower moving rivers and calmer paddling. Paddling down Georgia’s coast gives a wide range of experiences. You will find alligators, dolphins, all sorts of wildlife, and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. If you’re keen to go for a hike, don’t miss The Appalachian Trail as it is used and maintained by hikers from all over the world.

Agritourism is strong in Georgia, so feel free to park your Georgia RV rental at an agricultural, horticultural, or agribusiness operation and go on a farm tour, hayride, fish hatchery tour, or a pick-your-own produce adventure.

Georgia also boasts a wide variety of public gardens. There are a few that are specialty but most expose an intricate range of garden types.

See our RV rentals in Georgia.