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RV parks in Savannah are scattered around town and in the many seaside communities that dot coastal Georgia. They run the gamut from no-frills lots to luxury destination resorts and everything in-between. As with most camping in Georgia, Savannah is especially popular year-round as a vacation destination for folks looking to take in the warm southern ocean climate and indulge in all that the city has to offer.


Once you’ve blocked out some quality time to spend downtown, the challenge becomes what to see first. Tall, dramatic trees shade southern mansions and line charming streets and parks in Savannah. The area’s history comes alive at places like the Owens-Thomas House, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Bonaventure Cemetery, and Fort James Jackson. Check out the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, the Georgia State Railroad Museum, or the SCAD Museum of Art.


For the kids there’s Summer Waves, on Jekyll Island in Georgia, which boasts eight major water rides. On the way, stop in Townsend, Georgia to visit the Georgia Buffalo Ranch and Trading Post.


Just outside of town is Tybee Island, where Savannah Beach is a popular seaside spot for locals and visitors. The classic Tybee Island Light lighthouse is a can’t-miss photo-op. Nearby Skidaway Island is essential for nature enthusiasts, as it’s home to the Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge and a great deal of academic infrastructure helping to understand and preserve this gem.