Here are some great videos about camping in Georgia. There are some beautiful places in this lovely state to enjoy! Click below to view our videos of recommendations:
This is a great place to spend time in this area. It is close enough to enjoy Lake Okeechobee or an hour away from the city and beaches. We like to stay here because it is in a more rural setting which is what we prefer. If you want more information here is their campground link: https://discover.pbcgov.org/parks/Locations/South-Bay-RV.aspx
The beginning of our traveling life. How we made a conscious decision of becoming nomads traveling full time. Click into each title as we go through the process and emotions of making changes after living in our home for 30 years.
A picturesque place to enjoy the wildlife of the Sunshine State. This campground is surrounded by farm land. Built by the Army Corp. of Engineers. The wildlife in incredible not to mention the peacefulness. We look forward to our time here each year!
For more information: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/233570
We have camped at 19 different places in Florida in the past 3 years. There are 3 campgrounds in Florida that we absolutely love the most. Also, we have settled into a small rural community in the Sunshine State that we come to yearly to do all the annual check ups and things that need to be done because it is so much simpler to do than in the larger cities. Florida is definitely a wonderful place to camp and I never realized it even though we are both from this beautiful state. You cannot beat the wildlife experience and the perfect weather all year round. It's our home!
We love to visit family and friends in Tennessee! There are quite a few places to camp there but we go over three campgrounds: Harrison Bay State Park in Harrison, Tennessee, Parksville Lake RV Campground in Ocoee, Tennessee & Cedars of Lebanon State Park in Lebanon, Tennessee.
There are some wonderful campgrounds in Georgia. We begin with Unicoi State Park where we first began tent camping. We share our time at East Bank Campground and Seminole State Park. Also, Old Hwy #41 and Woodring Campground which are just a few of the places we have camped in Georgia.
What a beautiful place to spend time in during this winter. It is old Florida and a wonderful break from the chaos of a large city. A rural charming area that still remains like the old Florida of yesteryear. We came here two years ago to visit one of my dearest friends and fell in love instantly. Beautiful lakes and homes with piers on the waterways. There is development happening but a lot of open space in the area.
When the pandemic hit we knew immediately where we wanted to sit and ride this out. A beautiful home on the lake became our home for a season. It was a time to hit the reset button and prepare for future travels. We had a great time there with family and friends plus my grandkids enjoyed our home and being together. After three months we got back on the road and resumed our travels.
This year I could not wait to come back to the Sunshine State like all the other snow birds. I have missed swimming in the ocean with my girls, our picnics and the wildlife we find when we are out exploring. We headed back for the holidays and came back to live at Lake Placid. Our doctors are here now and what a joy to be able to get all our annual checkups done without all the traffic and long waits. We now have our favorite restaurants and places we love to shop. They don’t have everything but there is enough and we love the locals.
This picture was taken from our campground as we watched the sunsets each night. We enjoyed our afternoon walks together and grateful for our time in this enchanting little town!