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Georgia destinations, parks and attractions

Are you going on a road trip to Georgia, looking for tips about the destinations so you and your party can enjoy it, be comfortable and not spend a fortune?

Here are some of the top destinations in Georgia and tips about visiting them

National parks and monuments in Georgia

Georgia State parks and historic sites

State Historic Sites

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Outdoor Recreation or Historic Areas

Partner Sites

Georgia Seasons, bugs, topography and climate

Georgia has tow climatic areas, north of Atlanta and south and east of Atlanta. The northern third is hot in the summer with mild winters. The southern part of the state is a humid subtropical climate, with short, mild winters and long, hot summers. ... Summer daytime temperatures in Georgia often exceed 95 °F (35 °C). The state experiences widespread precipitation. Tornadoes and tropical cyclones are common in the western 1/3 of the state.

Georgia Camping tips

Georgia's state parks have a campsite for you. Forty-one parks offer more than 2,700 campsites, including tent-only areas, RV pull-thru sites, primitive camping and group camping areas. Rates average around $30–$35 per night. Most state parks have laundry facilities and sell camping supplies. If you've never camped before, don’t let that stop you. Several parks offer "glamping" yurts (a cross between a tent and a cabin).

Tent, Trailer and RV Campsites

These developed sites offer electrical and water hookups, grills or fire rings, and picnic tables. Some are specially designed just for tents, while others have curved pull-thrus for large RVs. Modern comfort stations with hot showers, flush toilets and electrical outlets are conveniently located. All campgrounds have dump stations, and several offer cable TV hookups.

Camping Hookups At Parks

There are both state parks and private campgrounds in Georgia.