Imagine a scenario of reaching the highest peak of the mountain and capturing the beautiful sunset in your heart and it is not just limited, you are having a night camping under the shining stars. Isn’t it like a dream????

And if possible, why don’t you try to fulfill this dream among natural beauty like beautiful landscapes & mountains, lakes, valleys, etc? Wait for some time…

This dream can be so long beyond our imagination… but let’s hold our hearts at the beautiful country of Georgia. Georgia is a beautiful destination with stunning landscapes and is closer to nature. If we talk about camping at this place, then it has so many parks, and campgrounds, which offer a perfect environment to the campers. Here, we have gathered a list of places that can be considered bets for camping in Georgia. These places are included in the Georgia tour package also to cater to other needs of the travelers. For more convenient travel, look for the best travel agency in Dubai and let your dream turn into reality.

Top spots for the camping adventure

  • Lake Udziro, Racha

It is one of the famous camping places near Gola and Shovi villages in the Racha region. It is located near the bank of Udziro Lake. It has a small field at a height of 2800 meters behind the Katitsavera peak. It has dense forests, clean air, and fields rich in flowers that will leave you directly colliding with nature. The best time to visit Udziro Lake is from November to May. In summer, it has a temperature of 10 degrees Celsius. People can also arrange a hiking tour from the Shovi Balneological Resort in Gola Village.

  • Unicoi State Park

It is also one of the best sites for camping in Georgia. It is located near Helen town and is also called a haven due to offering so many things to everyone. It has 100 campsites with RV sites up to 40 feet and Ada Sites. These sites are rich in water, electricity, sewer, grills, picnic tables, and fire rings. For a comfortable adventure, travelers can stay at the Squirrel’s Nest primitive campground.

  • Tallulah Gorge State Park

Tallulah Gorge State Park is a Georgia State park near the Tallulah parks. It is spread over 2,689 acres. This destination is particularly famous for year-round camping opportunities. This park offers services to the campers like RVs, trailers, tents, campgrounds, etc. It also has some other facilities like a backcountry Adirondack shelter, suspension bridge, picnic shelter, gorge overlooks, and gift shops. Campers can enjoy some of the activities at this park like hiking or taking a mountain bike to a trail of more than 20 miles, rock climbing, swimming, and joining the rangers program.

  • D. Roosevelt State Park

It is the largest state park in Georgia and is perfect for hiking and camping. Campers can find so many services like 115 tents, trailers, RV campsites, 16 backcountry campsites, a group camp, etc. It has two lakes i.e. Lake Delanor (15 acre) and Lake Franklin (25- acre). F.D. Roosevelt State Park offers so many services like hiking for 42 miles of trails, horse riding, fishing, swimming, and bird watching.

  • Amicacola Falls State Park

Amicacola Falls State Park is also a Georgian State park between Ellijay and Dahlonega in Dawsonville, Georgia. Whenever you come to visit the highest waterfall i.e. Amicacola Falls, you would also like to camp for a day at the Amicacola Falls State Park. This park offers 24-wooded campsites for tents and RVs. The campsites are rich in water, power, grills, and fire rings. Now the time, it has updated its services to laundry facility and showers for the convenience of the campers

  • Sea Camp Campground

If you want to camp near the beaches and want secluded camping, then Sea Camp Campground is your answer. It is the best camping place near the beach in the country. It is on the Cumberland Island National Seashore, which is Georgia’s southernmost island and rich in undeveloped beaches, historic places, and wildlife. This campground is not only limited to the beaches, but it also offers modern amenities like drinking water, showers, and toilets.

It is certain, that this list of camping grounds will attract you to visit Georgia for camping. Take a Georgia tour package leaving all your travel worries behind and let your visit be an adventurous one.