Georgia’s geographical diversity creates stunning backdrops for outdoor activities. From islands to soaring mountain ranges to the dramatic waterfalls found along the Appalachian Trail, the Peach State has it all. The state’s subtropical climate means campers can enjoy the outdoors during most of the year. They can do so in a wide range of glamping rentals, such as treehouses and yurts. You’ll also find bell tents, geodesic domes, and RV parks located in Georgia’s state parks.

Depending on the campground and type of accommodation, there are Georgia glamping options at every price point. For example, reserving an RV in Sweetwater Creek State Park or Chattanooga Valley yields comfort on a budget, while a luxury tent with the comforts of home provides a unique experience that might cost a bit more.

Below are some great glamping destinations in Georgia.

North Georgia

Blue Ridge Mountains at sunset during autumn viewed from Brasstown Bald in North Georgia.

North Georgia offers plenty of adventures for your bucket list. From mountain towns like Blue Ridge and Ellijay to the state capital of Atlanta, there are sights and scenes for every taste. At Tugaloo State Park, campsites are on a wooded peninsula offering glorious views of Lake Hartwell in every direction.

Fun Things to Do in North Georgia

  • Go hiking in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains or test your nerves on a swinging suspension bridge over the Toccoa River. Keep the adventure going longer by browsing Blue Ridge Mountain rentals for a longer stay in this beautiful backcountry.
  • The highest point in the state is in North Georgia. Hike to the observation deck on Brasstown Bald in Hiawassee where on a clear day, you can see four states.
  • Visit Blue Ridge, the trout capital of Georgia, and get ready to start telling your fish tale. Novice anglers are welcome, and there are plenty of outfitters who will supply the equipment and take you on a guided tour.

Glamping Options

Travel through the area with Little Yeller Feller, a pop-up camper with enough room for all of your toys.

This lightweight camper can be towed by most vehicles. It sleeps six and has a bathroom and a small kitchen with a two-burner stove, a sink, and a mini fridge. It comes equipped with dinnerware and cooking utensils. Call in advance and the owners will even deliver it and set it up at your campsite at no additional charge.

Chattanooga Valley

Lookout Mountain, Georgia, at High Falls during autumn.

The Chattanooga Valley in northwest Georgia is so close to Tennessee that many natural attractions, like Lookout Mountain, span both states. Actually a 75-mile mountain ridge, Lookout Mountain is known for hiking trails, historic sites, and breathtaking vistas.

Fun Things to Do in Chattanooga Valley

  • Located atop Lookout Mountain, Rock City is 1,700 feet above sea level. This marvel of nature features huge rock formations, high falls, gardens, and breathtaking panoramic views.
  • Visit Lula Lake Land Trust for 60 miles of hiking trails, including a scenic hike that leads to Lula Falls, or two spectacular waterfalls.
  • Lee & Gordon’s Mills, one of the oldest grist mills in the state, has a Veterans of All Wars Museum. See a Civil War battlefield at the Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park.

Glamping Options

Cloudland Canyon on the western edge of Lookout Mountain also offers spectacular scenery. Here you’ll find canyons 1,000-feet deep, waterfalls, wild caves, and abundant wildlife. The park offers a variety of camping options including 72 tent, trailer and RV campsites.


Lake Allatoona at Red Top Mountain State Park north of Atlanta at sunrise.

It might seem odd to plan a glamping experience in Atlanta, the state capital and largest city in Georgia, but campgrounds and state parks are within an hour’s drive from downtown’s vacation rentals. For example, Stone Mountain Park, which spans 3,200 acres, is one of the most popular sites in Georgia. Sweetwater Creek State Park in Lithia Springs is a quiet destination for kayaking, canoeing, and fishing.

Fun Things to Do in Atlanta

  • Explore the sprawling Piedmont Park, located in the heart of Atlanta. Enjoy a glamping experience in the park’s designated camping area, surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful views of the city skyline.
  • Take advantage of your proximity to Atlanta and drive to Six Flags White Water or Centennial Olympic Park.
  • Located along the Chattahoochee River, the Chattahoochee Nature Center offers a tranquil setting for camping enthusiasts. Engage in birdwatching, kayak along the river, or simply unwind.

Glamping Options

Top-rated RV parks in the Atlanta area include Scenic Mountain RV Park, which has concrete slabs and firepits at every site. Atlanta South RV resort is within 30 minutes of the city. Amenities here include Wi-Fi, a playground, rec room, pavilions, and outdoor grills. Fort Yargo State Park, about an hour’s drive from Atlanta, has RV campsites with electricity, water hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings.

Whether you’re planning a long road trip or a weekend getaway, the Big Blue Adventure camper van brings comfort and convenience. Recently updated with fresh paint, a full-size bed, and a new electrical system, this camper sleeps two people. It includes a portable cooktop, basic cooking supplies, and a Yeti cooler.

Another option for local adventures is RV There Yet? located in Atlanta.

This new travel trailer is jam-packed with modern conveniences. It has an indoor kitchen with all the appliances, dishes, and cooking utensils you need. Heating and air conditioning provide year-round comfort, while a 32-inch TV with DVD/radio delivers entertainment. The RV’s private bathroom has a large stand-up shower, toilet, and vanity. Bring the whole family, as there’s a bedroom with a queen bed and bunk beds for four.

Lake Lanier

Sunset over Lake Lanier in Gainesville, Georgia.

Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lake Lanier is a 45-minute drive north of Atlanta. With water sports, parks and trails, sports activities, and cultural attractions, Lake Lanier offers something for everyone.

Fun Things to Do in Lake Lanier

  • Rent a boat, find a peaceful spot to go fishing, or relax at the beach near one of 20 swim areas around the lake.
  • Try your hand at kayaking at Lake Lanier Olympic Park, home of rowing, canoe, and kayak competitions in the 1996 Olympics.
  • If you’re looking for indoor activity, there’s also a thriving arts scene. You’re just a short drive from museums, galleries, theaters, and shopping for art and collectibles.

When you’re ready to get back outside, visit one of the local parks. Enjoy a serene lake view and all the amenities campers need at River Forks Park. It has a large beach and 63 campsites with electrical and water hook-ups, a sewer pump-out station and an area for group camping. Rent a bike from Habersham Bicycles and cover more miles on the scenic trails.

Glamping Options

Enjoy glamping in style in this 2021 Keystone Outback two-bedroom bunkhouse.

This pet-friendly RV sleeps eight. It’s packed with conveniences including air conditioning, a kitchenette, dishes, cookware, utensils, and linens. A TV and Blu-ray player provide entertainment options. For your added convenience, the owners will even deliver it and set it up at your campsite.

Plan Your Next Georgia Glamping Vacation

Enjoy the beauty of nature and the comfort of a real bed at a glamping site in one of Georgia’s lush forests or state parks. By showing you choices from all the leading travel sites, we offer a better way to find the perfect destination for your needs. Get ready to start your glamping Georgia adventure by clicking below!