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Discover Georgia’s Top 11 Camping Spots for Stargazers

Whether you’re a kid or a kid at heart, nothing quite compares to the respite of a camping trip. It’s a chance to take in the great outdoors, disconnect from wifi, and reconnect with yourself or your friends and loved ones. Sure, pitching a tent and building a fire takes a bit of effort, but the reward is well worth the [moderate] struggle. In Georgia, there are countless spots to escape. From secluded islands to state parks, here’s where to find find the best places to camp in Georgia.

Cumberland Island:
Camping on Cumberland Island is considered to be a Georgia bucket list trip for many. Accessible only by ferry, Cumberland Island has a designated wilderness area, undeveloped beaches, and historic sites as well as critical habitats and nesting areas. There are several campsites to choose from including the popular Sea Camp which is nearest to the dock as well as Brickhill Bluff, a secluded spot for seeing marine life. To camp on Cumberland, you must make a reservation. Read more…

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