Trip Ideas

Coolest Camping Spots in Georgia

Add a touch of magical adventure to your getaway with these unique overnight experiences in Georgia.

  • Teepee Camping

    Sleep in an authentic Native American teepee at North Georgia Canopy Tours in Lula.

  • Okefenokee Platform Camping

    More than 100 miles of water trails snake through North America's largest blackwater swamp, rewarding paddlers with incredible scenery, extraordinary wildlife encounters, and the darkest skies for stargazing in Georgia. Paddle-in campers choose overnight stays ranging from one to four days on three islands and seven secluded platform campsites. Reserve your platform through the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Unicoi State Park

    Once known as "Unicoi Outdoor Recreation Experiment Station," this Georgia Adventure Lodge has some of the most interesting accommodations of any other park in the state. Seen nowhere else in the country, a cluster of rustic, barrel-shaped cabins offer all the amenities with dreamy beds, full kitchens, televisions, heating and air, and balconies overlooking the forest. The park is also home to the, "Squirrel's Nest," a collection of hillside shelters perfect for backpackers and camping groups.
  • Glamorous Camping in Teepees

    Come for a day of thrill-seeking on the ziplines of North Georgia Canopy Tours and stay the night in an authentic, yet modern teepee. Decorated with genuine Cherokee symbols and patterns representing the seven clans of the Cherokee Indians, these glamping teepees come furnished with modern necessities like electricity, heating and air conditioning.
  • Hike Inn

    Discover Georgia's exclusive backcountry lodge hidden in the forest of Amicalola Falls State Park. Accessible only by hiking trails, visitors pack in just their personal care items for a serene getaway to nature. The eco-friendly Hike Inn includes primitive rooms sleeping two to three hikers on bunkbeds, hot showers in the bathhouse, and family-style meals. 

  • Conestoga Wagons

    After a full day of family fun at The Rock Ranch, campers gather around a roaring campfire to roast marshmallows before hitting the sack old-west style in a Conestoga Wagon. Each wagon sleeps up to eight guests on comfy bunks. During Fall Family Fun Days, guests enjoy discounted admission to Rock Ranch attractions, including a themed corn maze, tiny town, pedal carts and more.
  • Glamping in Yurts

    Six of Georgia's most spectacular state parks include yurt villages with quick access to trails, playgrounds and clean restrooms among the quirky, canvas tents. The cozy, one-room yurts feature natural wood furnishings and serene views from private porches. Each yurt has its own picnic table, fire ring and a heater for comfort in winter. Find yurts at Cloudland Canyon, Red Top Mountain, Sweetwater Creek, High Falls, Tugaloo and Fort Yargo State Parks.
  • Treehouse Camping

    Historic Banning Mills offers outdoor adventurers exhilirating experiences with aerial obstacle challenges, a free-fall tower, nature programming, and World Record climbing walls and ziplines. Enhance the thrilling adventure by spending the night in a treehouse. The impressive treehouses of Banning Mills are truly rooms with a view, accessible only by a skybridge. Treehouses are cozy, rustic, and include modern luxuries like king-size beds, gas log fireplaces, jetted tubs and private covered decks.
  • Candy Cook is Georgia's official Outdoor Explorer. Find more of her outdoor trip ideas on ExploreGeorgia.org.