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How to Rent an RV in Northwest Georgia
Northwest Georgia has a charm all its own. The state has everything from ancient Native American earthen mounds to unique wineries to beautiful state parks. Everyone from couples seeking a relaxing vacation to families with small children are sure to find something to do in the area.
The Empire State of the South is a great place to visit in an RV rental, and with the mild weather, it's a wonderful place to travel in colder months.
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RV Rental in Northwest Georgia
If you're going to rent an RV in northwest Georgia, there are plenty of parks to explore. Experience the wildlife and natural beauty of the state by visiting some of the scenic state parks.
Cloudland Canyon State Park
Cloudland Canyon State Park is one of the biggest, most beautiful parks in the state. The park has thousand-foot canyons, cliffs, caves, waterfalls, creeks, and dense woodland. There is plenty of hiking and mountain biking, fishing, and horseback riding. There are also wild caves with guided tours, where guests can learn about the cave formations, the bats who live in them, and the geology of the caves. There's even an 18-hole disc golf course.
Where to Camp
Camping is available right at Cloudland Canyon State Park.
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Much of northwest Georgia is known as Georgia's Historic High Country, and has plenty of interesting places to visit.
The 6th Cavalry Museum
The 6th Cavalry Museum is dedicated to the history of the "Fighting Sixth" Cavalry, stationed at The Post at Fort Oglethorpe. The 6th U.S. Cavalry fought in the Civil War, and 6th Cavalryman Lt. Charles Gatewood was the soldier who convinced Geronimo to surrender.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park
The Union and Confederate armies fought at the site of the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park in the fall of 1863. Today's visitors can see exhibits and the Fuller Gun Collection which has more than 300 military weapons. The Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park was the first of the country's national military parks. Most of the monuments and historical markers on the battlefields were placed by veterans of the actual battles before that duty was given to the National Park Service.
Where to Camp
Camp at the Battlefield Campground & RV Park for easy access to both sites.
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The Historic High Country is also home to several wineries. An RV rental in northwest Georgia is the perfect way to tour the wine country. Take some time to sample local wines and pick up some bottles to remember your trip!
Big Door Vineyards
Big Door Vineyards is opening in fall of 2017. The winery will offer wine tastings and will pair them with dark chocolate, cheese, fruit, or tapas. They will also offer hayrides through the farm.
Fainting Goat Vineyards and Winery
The Fainting Goat Vineyards and Winery is a fun, whimsical winery that doesn't take itself too seriously. Guests can go for wine tastings but often stick around to enjoy the view as well. The winery has live music every Friday night during summer, and does, in fact, have goats that live on the vineyard grounds.
Where to Camp
Camp at Talona Creek Campground, a short drive from Jasper where the Fainting Goat is located.
Motorhome Rental in Northwest Georgia
When you rent a motorhome in northwest Georgia, you can stop at many of the museums and historic places in the area.
Chief Vann House Historic Site
The Chief Vann House Historic Site is the home of James Vann. In the 1790s he became a Cherokee Indian leader and wealthy businessman and established the most prosperous plantation in the Cherokee Nation. After he was murdered, his son inherited the mansion and plantation, and Joseph Vann, who was also a Cherokee leader, became even more wealthy than his father.
The Vann family lost their home in the 1830s when almost the entire Cherokee Nation was forced west, traveling the Trail of Tears. Today the Vann House survives as Georgia's best-preserved historic Cherokee Indian home. Guests can take guided tours to see beautiful hand carvings, a "floating" staircase, and antiques.
Where to Camp
Camp at the Plum Nelly Campground in Ellijay, Georgia, a short drive from the site.
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Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site
The Etowah Indian Mounds were home to thousands of Native Americans from 1000 AD to 1550 AD. There are six earthen mounds, a village site, a plaza, and a defensive ditch on the 54 acres. Etowah Mounds is the most intact Mississippian Culture site in the southeast. Tour the museum and see artifacts that show how these original peoples lived and dressed. They decorated themselves with shell beads, paint, feathers, and copper ear ornaments. The museum also displays objects made of wood, seashells, and stone.
Along with learning the history of the site, there is a nature trail that follows the Etowah River, and visitors can see a V-shaped fish trap used for catching fish. They will also learn how early dwellers used native trees for food and medicine.
Where to Camp
Camp at nearby McKinney Campground.
RV Rental Locations in Northwest Georgia
If you're planning to rent a camper in northwest Georgia, RVshare can help you find one to fit your needs. They can match you with RV rentals in northwest Georgia, or anywhere in the country. You can find everything from a small RV rental to a luxury RV rental, and you can search for RV rentals by owner in northwest Georgia specifically, or broaden your search if you're interested in driving from elsewhere.
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