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Amicalola FallsBetween the peacefulness of a misty mountain morning and the coziness of an evening campfire, the untamed Georgia wilderness attracts thousands of campers each year.

Whether you're looking for an unspoiled lake to catch a few bass, a quiet mountain retreat to reconnect with your inner Zen or just a good old-fashioned family vacation, Georgia features more than 1 million acres of land zoned for public recreation.

Fall in love with places like the Chattahoochee National Forest or the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. If you're looking for clean mountain air, there's no better place to find it than Georgia.

But be forewarned, there's a chance you might grow to love everything the largest state east of the Mississippi has to offer. If that's the case, you'll soon be looking for apartments in Atlanta so that you can make these haunts part of your weekend ritual.

Photo of waterfalls in North Georgia by Brian Mclnturff via Wikimedia Commons

Okefenokee NWR camping
Photo of a camping platform by USFWS Headquarters via Flickr

Kid-Friendly Cabins

  • Jellystone Park in Bremen: Located in the scenic hills of western Georgia, the Jellystone Park at Bremen features kid-favorite amenities such as a splash park, pool, indoor theater and reptile show, as well as six cozy cabins available for rent, with or without kitchenette. All have bathrooms and several sleep up to six campers. If you book a stay at Jellystone in Bremen, bring bed and bath linens, personal care items and food.

  • Enota Mountain Retreat: Rated one of the top 100 camping destinations in the United States, Enota, located in north Georgia, offers rustic family fun for all ages. Situated on 60 acres of privately owned land, Enota offers basic to luxury cabins, each located on a scenic stream. All cabins are fully equipped with bathrooms, kitchens, linens, towels and more. Nearby attractions include mini-golf, wildlife shows and tubing. If you're packing up the family for a stay at Enota, just bring food and clothes because everything else will be provided.

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge

Okefenokee Pastimes is located across from the Highway 121 entrance to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Hike the trails all day and return to a safe, cozy cabin when the sun goes down. Pastimes offers guided tours and outfitting to help you make the most of your stay. Rent a basic, though deluxe, cabin and bring along bedding, linens, food and toiletries.

Chattahoochee National Forest
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Georgia Mountain TopsChattahoochee National Forest

Lake Winfield Scott (LWS) Campground offers cabin rental year-round. Located in the mountains of north Georgia, LWS Campground features a rustic, two-story cabin perfect for groups of up to 12 people. Bring the family and friends to enjoy a stay in a spacious cabin that houses most of the comforts of home, including two double beds, six twin-size beds, bathroom with shower, stocked kitchen, and washer and dryer. All you need to bring are your bed linens, towels and food—the rest is supplied.

Mountaintop Cabin Rentals

Located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of northern Georgia, Mountaintop Cabin Rentals is the go-to location for luxury camping in a primitive setting. Offering every luxury, including massages, hot tubs and satellite television, the cabins at Mountaintop will pamper your soul. You can even rent a treetop cabin for a true forest experience. If you visit, bring paper products and charcoal and leave all your other gear—and worries—at home.

Photo by Mountain Hermit via Flickr


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