You can have loads of fun in Georgia with a small RV. The Peach State is widely diverse in scenery and places to visit. From the Atlantic coastal region, to the big city of Atlanta, and onward to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with many great camping spots in between.
Starting on the Atlantic Coastal region, you can visit Savannah, with it's ageless southern charms, using any number of nearby campgrounds as your base.
Just beyond Savannah is the coastal Tybee Island beach. Here you can set up your small RV at the city owned campground and enjoy the beach and ocean. Choose from a number of rustic restaurants or purchase the locally caught seafood and have a feast back at your RV.
To the south of Savannah is Brunswick and the nearby Jekyll and St. Simon's Islands. Many campgrounds in the area are accessible to the sourhtern coastal attractions. Georgia has over 40 state run parks with campgrounds, offering a wide range of activities and facilities to accommodate the RV'er. In addition there are a number of Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds, especially on the large man made lakes throughout the North Georgia region.
These have well built and attractive facilities, and with a small RV you can choose from many campsites to set up in.
Near the great city of Atlanta you will find Stone Mountain, a natural wonder to behold. The huge granite dome with carvings of historical figures on one side, has a cable car, and climbing paths for the more athletic campers.
Stone Mountain has a lakeside campground, where you can pleasantly park your RV and head out by foot, by small boat, by bicycle or car to see the sights and attractions.
Head North in Georgia to the great camping available at Lake Lanier, one of the most popular recreational lakes in the U.S. Here there are campgrounds run by the State Park system and the Corps of Engineers. Fishing and other water sports or just enjoying the quiet beauty of this huge man made lake, make Lake Lanier a great spot to camp. Having a small rv gives you a lot of flexibility in choosing a campsite wherever you are.
Onward from Lake Lanier to the north there are numerous scenic towns with camping facilities in plentiful supply.
Check out the apple orchards near Ellijay, and in the Fall you can sample great tasting apples. Take local produce and preserves, or the local favorite fried apple pies, back to keep in your RV cooler. That is if you can resist eating them before you get back to the camper. Continue northward to the town of Blue Ridge, where the mountains are in full view, and camping is a restful and peaceful experience. Find a great spot on a local lake with a mountain view and enjoy all that Georgia has for you and your small RV.