The Best Places for Camping in Georgia

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A night under the Georgia stars does wonders.

Georgia is home to a variety of incredible camping opportunities that you need to add to your to-do list. Bring your kayak and paddle your way around Georgia's unique swampy wilderness. If you feel more like lounging, you can take just a few steps from your tent and hang lakeside all day. Or if you're looking for more of an active camping trip, take advantage of the beautiful hike-in campsites. You really can't go wrong at any of these beautiful campsites. 

1. Camp at Stephen C. Foster State Park


Photo: Christian Murillo

2. Camp at Cloudland Canyon State Park


Photo: Clare Healy

3. Camp at Skidaway Island State Park


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4. Camp at the Big Poplar Loop, F.D. Roosevelt SP


Photo: Jess Curren

5. Camp at Red Top Mountain State Park


Photo: Christian Murillo

6. Camp at Stafford Beach on Cumberland Island


Photo: Emily Lester

7. Camp at Mistletoe State Park


Photo: Matt Van Swol

8. Camp at Tallulah Gorge State Park


Photo: Explore Georgia

9. Camp at Vogel State Park


Photo: Christian Murillo

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Published: April 19, 2017

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