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About Atlanta

Atlanta’s rolling hills and dense tree coverage, along with its year-round mild temperatures, make it a perfect place for camping. The scores of great RV parks in the city seem to agree. Atlanta is located near the edge of the Appalachian Mountains, and because of the high pollen counts during the spring and fall, winter and summer are the best times to visit. 

The city may be known for its rich cultural history, museums and soul food, but on our radar are all the incredible RV Parks that call Atlanta home. Atlanta Marietta RV Resort Park has 70 RV sites with full hookups; open year-round, it offers basic amenities as well as shower suites and complimentary WiFi and digital cable. 

You’ll find the Stone Mountain Park a 30-minute drive to the east of Atlanta, with its 250 full or partial hookups and basic amenities. Unlike other campgrounds, this park has a train ride around the mountain, the world’s largest laser light show, and a cable car ride to the top of Stone Mountain. In addition, it features SkyHike, the nation’s largest treetop trek.

When you're ready to take a break from camping, Six Flags White Water: Atlanta is close-by, as is the City Club Marietta Golf Course. Local attractions within Atlanta proper include Inside CNN Studio Tour, Zoo Atlanta, the Georgia Zoo, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden. For a “hike” within city limits, head to 21-acre Centennial Olympic Park, located in the heart of Atlanta. It’s famous for its Fountain of Rings. Atlanta is also a culinary and cultural oasis, so get ready for public art statues, murals, galleries, live music and tons and tons of small business specializing in craft goods. Aside from its gorgeous natural terrain and excellent camping spots, Atlanta is an undeniable win in terms of camping and exploring.

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