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The 7 Best Places To Go Glamping In Georgia

Spending a night or two sleeping under the stars is a memorable experience at any time of the year, but if the thoughts of ‘pitching the tent’ fill you dread, then fear not. There’s plenty of luxurious places to go glamping in Georgia. You can experience the vast outdoors without giving up any home comforts.

Here’s our pick of the very best..

The Best Places To Go Glamping In Georgia

1. Geodome Glamping- Carters Lake

Situated on a 7-acre farm among beautiful forests, trails, and streams. Bike, paddle, hike, fish, and stargaze from the large deck and indulge in their outdoor bathtub. This is the place for animal lovers, you’re guaranteed to be visited by the farm’s friendly chickens, goats, and dogs.

The dome has all the necessities to make your experience truly special from fresh eggs in the morning to a BBQ grill to cook up a feast.

2. Historic Banning Mills

Cross the sky bridge to enter your “room in the air”. Overlooking the gorge the new Tree House rooms have a king bed, gas log fireplace, jetted tub for two, private bathroom with shower, and covered back deck. Each morning you will be served a fully cooked country breakfast.

You can choose from a single story or two-story treehouse, depending on the size of your group. The rooms will move a little but are perfectly safe – some movement is normal and to be expected!

3. Yurts at Sweetwater Creek State Park

Perched on the edge of the Sparks Reservoir in Sweetwater Creek State Park, and conveniently located just 15 miles from the heart of Atlanta. The 215 acre George Sparks Reservoir is a popular spot for fishing and provides a pretty setting for feeding ducks and picnicking.

During the warmer months, you can rent fishing boats, canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, and pedal boats. The yurts have a front & rear deck and are furnished with frame furniture that sleeps 6.

4. Cedar House Inn & Yurts

The yurts are apart of the bed and breakfast inn and come with a full breakfast in the morning, use of all common areas, and afternoon refreshments. Stroll through rustic steps and paths made of wood mulch to reach your private yurt.

A taste of secluded paradise set in the Dahlonega area, known for its natural beauty, wineries, and waterfalls. Dahlonega is a hub for bluegrass music and musicians show up on Saturdays during certain times of the year to jam on the square in front of the Dahlonega Gold Museum.

5. Little Raccoon Key

Little Raccoon Key is a reef island off the coast of Georgia, and part of the Golden Isles of Georgia. The island accepts only one booking at a time, giving you the entire island to yourself. Perfection.

Although the property provides dishes, pans, and a stove to cook you can also opt to have a chef-prepared meal, just make sure to reach out in advance, so that they can make arrangements to surpass your expectations. Prepare for a wonderful sleep on their comfortable memory foam mattress.

6. Waterfront Treehouse Jackson

This luxury dome in the Appalachian Mountains provides guests with an unusual camping experience in Georgia. Pimped out with a furnished deck, a two-person hot tub, a gas grill, and a 20-acre private lake.

Guests are welcome to borrow the property’s boat, canoe, and paddleboat. What else do you need for the ideal getaway? No matter the temperature outside, guests can stay cozy with the indoor heating and AC. On colder evenings, cuddle up next to the stonework fireplace.

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7. Yurt- Panola Mountain State Park

Enjoy sweeping views of Lake Capri at every turn on the property’s 80 acres. Towering trees provide privacy and line the property’s stunning grounds. The yurt can accommodate six guests, inside you’ll find a regal queen-size bed and one set of bunk beds with twin-size mattresses.

It also has a fully functioning kitchenette that comes with all of the amenities needed to whip up a delicious meal, such as a stovetop with two burners, a mini-fridge, and a coffeemaker.

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Siobhan McKenny