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Best Places to Vacation in Georgia

Best Places to Vacation in Georgia
Do you want to Vacation in Georgia? Below are our recommendations for the best places to Vacation in Georgia. Click on the destination links to find area description and characteristics, area amenities and things to do, climate and weather, accommodation options and average costs.

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vacation in Greene CountyGreene County, Georgia - Located in Greene County, Georgia, halfway between Atlanta and Augusta, Lake Oconee is an oasis of tranquility, rejuvenation and recreation. Lake Oconee’s 19,000 acres boast more fish per square foot than any other lake in Georgia, as well as swimming, boating and a plethora of water activities. For the avid golfer, Greene County is home to over 120 holes of championship golf.


vacation in MilledgevilleMilledgeville, Georgia - Meet Milledgeville, the first Lady of Georgia. Bathed in an intoxicating mixture of magnolia and moonlight, her classic beauty is unsurpassed. Find an adventure in Milledgeville.

vacation in Dublin-Laurens CountyDublin-Laurens County, Georgia - Known as the Magnolia Midlands, here you will find rich agricultural heritage, beautiful rivers and lakes, abundant wildlife, shopping and small town festivals. Taste a slower, simpler lifestyle along the back roads of Georgia with a visit.

vacation in MonroeMonroe, Georgia - There are few cities that offer as much small town beauty, entertainment, and diversity as Monroe, Georgia. Nestled in the Alcovy River basin between the urban sprawl of Atlanta and classic Athens, Monroe offers the best of both worlds. Our rich history draws visitors to Monroe; our small town atmosphere, engaging cultural life, and high tech capabilities entice them to stay.

vacation in Twin CityTwin City, Georgia - Twin City is a charming, historic community in Eastern Emanuel County that is just beginning to realize its potential as a heritage tourism destination. It is also home to George L. Smith State Park where recreational opportunities abound.


vacation in White County GeorgiaWhite County Georgia, Georgia - About White County White County, the 123rd county formed in Georgia, was created in 1857 from a part of the original land lot county of Habersham. In early times, the area of White County formed a transitional boundary between the Cherokee and Creek Native-American nations. The county was named for Newton County Rep. David T.

vacation in Blairsville-Union CountyBlairsville-Union County, Georgia - Blairsville-Union County, in the heart of North Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, is one of the state’s best kept secrets. Only a two- to three-hour drive from cities like Atlanta, Ga., and Greenville, S.C., it is worlds apart – an authentic pre-Civil War mountain community located deep in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest and enveloped in North Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains.

vacation in Cobb CountyCobb County, Georgia - Welcome to Atlanta's Sweet Spot. Cobb County is the destination more and more visitors are choosing for a day of play, a weekend of adventure or a week of fun for kids of all ages. Culturally vibrant, refreshingly diverse, easily accessible and effortlessly hospitable, it's everything you love about being close to a world-class city, with the warmth and history of your favorite neighborhood.

vacation in Macon-Bibb CountyMacon-Bibb County, Georgia - Macon Bibb-County is a centrally located city in the heart of Georgia. We are known for wide streets, many parks, and successful urban revitalization. With a city and county population of around 150,000, the region is populated enough to feel like an urban oasis, but small enough to have that rural, small town feeling. Because of our location, we are not too far from other parts of Georgia.

vacation in MadisonMadison, Georgia - A magical southern city just an hour east of Atlanta, Madison is the town Sherman refused to burn on his infamous March to the Sea. Its National Register Historic District is one of the state’s largest collection of 19th century architecture, earning it a place on Budget Travel’s 2012 “16 Most Picturesque Villages in the World” and Travel Holiday’s 2001 “#1 Small Town in America.

vacation in AugustaAugusta, Georgia - Augusta epitomizes the Classic South. Founded as a trading post during the British colonial period, the city showcases Antebellum mansions, hallowed historic sites, and quiet, tree-lined avenues perfect for relaxing strolls. While Augusta celebrates its colorful past, it is equally proud of its exciting present.

vacation in Cordele Crisp CountyCordele Crisp County, Georgia - Cordele-Crisp County offers the best of all worlds. Cordele has all of the "small town" charm you hope to find in a South Georgia community. Comfortable neighborhoods with shade-covered drive, Victorian and Federal style homes, and an active downtown district are only a few of the amenities that make Cordele an ideal place to live.

vacation in Pickens CountyPickens County, Georgia - Pickens County, Georgia is a welcoming getaway to the North Georgia Mountains that's surrounded by nature, rich in history, and offers endless opportunities to explore. Breath in the fresh Appalachian air, then set out to discover Pickens County's treasures.

vacation in Meriwether CountyMeriwether County, Georgia - Beautiful, rural countryside with lots of rolling hills and farmland. Seven small communities make up the county, each with its own distinctive characteristics and history.

vacation in Northwest Georgia - Whitfield CountyNorthwest Georgia - Whitfield County, Georgia - Northwest Georgia is a beautiful region full of beautiful landscapes. The tourist region is The Historic High Country, with tremendous amounts of fascinating historical areas from The Civil War, railways, and home of the Carpet Capital of the World.


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