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The best campervan rentals in Georgia

With miles of country roads, warm winters and small town life, renting a campervan in Georgia is definitely a good choice. Be sure to checkout Marietta just outside of Atlanta, or make your way south to Savannah.

Our Favorite Campervan Destinations in Georgia

Forest the Four Seater Ford Transit Campervan

Ford Transit Long (148" WB)

High Top in Cherokee County

Sleeps4
Seats4
100%
$175/ night
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Artemis-2020 Mercedes Benz Sprinter

Mercedes Benz Sprinter 144"

High Top in Cherokee County

Sleeps3
Seats2
100%
$185/ night

Georgia is a state filled with natural wonders, and its 63 parks are the perfect places to explore them. From North America’s largest blackwater swamp to one of the worlds great mountain ranges, Georgia has something for everyone! Whether you prefer rugged off-grid camping, or glamping with a campervan rental at an amenity-filled campground, there will be plenty of options.


Georgia has some incredible natural scenery from the rolling hills of Cloudland Canyon to Fort Yargo, which is home to a population of flamingos. There are no National Parks in Georgia, however, there's so much more than just that. The state offers 3 heritage areas with over 2 million acres worth of land for exploring. Not only do you have access to these areas but also 49 historic landmarks including Vogel State Park where visitors can go hiking or fishing right on site. Or checkout the 11 natural landmarks like Black Rock Mountain.


Georgia is a state with many diverse landscapes and rich history. There are many trails to enjoy the natural beauty of this great, southern land. Checkout the mountains in north Georgia like Blood Mountain on the Appalachian Trail or Red Top Mountain State Park in East Tennessee Valley. Or enjoy the beautiful valleys and rivers such as Providence Canyon & Skidaway Island State Park, which offers beaches for swimming.

Georgia Fun Facts

Common Nicknames for the state include the Peach State, the Cracker State, and the Empire of the South State.

Georgia became the 13th colony in 1733, and is now a state with more than 10 million people. The Georgia constitution was ratified on January 2nd, 1788 making it one of only four states to do so before May 26th that year which allowed them to send their first representatives.

Atlanta has recently been dubbed the "Hollywood of the South" with a whopping 700 movies and TV shows being shot there since 1970, some recent favorites include The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Captain America Civil War.

The famous through-hike of the Appalachian Trail ends in northern Georgia near Amicalola State Park. Spanning over 2,000 miles, it traverses several mountain ranges on its way to Maine. More than 3,000 people attempted it in 2018, most of them going from bottom to top.

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