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The gateway to the Appalachian Trail and home to the impressive Stone Mountain, Georgia is a great place to enjoy a self-driving tour. Exploring with a self drive Recreational vehicle is an ideal way to visit the state’s big cities, their surrounding, southern countryside and the beaches along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.

Georgia is a popular destination with travellers, with many choosing to get around the state by RV. There are a number of camping sites throughout the state, making it easy to visit Amicalola Falls State Park, Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge and Oconee National Forest.

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Recommended Campervan Drives in Georgia

Historic High County:

is filled with attractions including the Amicalola Falls, the Appalachian Trail and Lake Chatuge. While exploring the area, rest at Lake Nottely Resort Park, Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge or Cross Creek Camping Park.

Atlanta to Savannah:

visit the bustling state capital then head to Stone Mountain, explore Oconee National Forest, take photographs of the cherry blossoms in Macon and finish your driving tour in the historical city of Savannah. There are plenty of camping car sites along the way, such as Oconee Springs Park and Parkwood RV Park, among others.

Coastal Georgia:

from Savannah along the Atlantic coast, exploring beaches, visiting Okefenokee National Wildlife Refugee and ending in the city of Valdosta. On this drive, stay overnight in River’s End Campground and Campers Park, Golden Isles RV Park and River Park.

Driving Advice
Road network:

a number of interstate highways, state highways and rural routes criss-cross the state, making self-drive here easy. There are plenty of petrol stations.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 25 to 45mph
Provincial roads: 55 to 65mph
National roads and motorways: 70mph

Alcohol limits:

: 0.08 per cent; reasonable fines and possible imprisonment for offenders.


Americans drive on the right side, with AA responding swiftly to breakdowns. Be careful of animals on the road.

Compare Motorhome Hire in Georgia

We have consolidated the best deals on RV hire in Georgia. Vehicles which can sleep from two to eight people can be picked up in Atlanta or Savannah as well as at airports. Choose between VW, Compass or El Monte RV brands, among others.

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