Have you been thinking about coming down for the winter and camping in Coast Georgia?
There are so many things to do and places to see when you’re camping in Georgia. Whether you want to see the gorgeous beaches or visit a historical monument, you sure won’t be bored.
Keep reading this article to learn more about snowbird camping in Georgia!
What’s great about camping in Georgia during the winter is that it comes with perfectly mild temperatures. It’s not too cold, but it’s not hot either.
You may get a light dusting of snow, but for the most part, you’ll be staying dry.
Since you’re planning on staying in a more coastal area, you’ll find yourself having even more temperate weather, too.
Know the Georgia Campgrounds’ Amenities Where You Will Be Staying
Before you head to Georgia, you want to know a bit more about where you will be staying.
What does the electric grid look like? How many hookups are there? Will you have Wifi?
You also want to look at the pricing per night, per week, and per month as they are all different prices and it may be smarter to stay for a month than just one week! Check this out before bouncing around.
Look Over the Rules and Regulations
Before showing up at a campground, you also want to know the rules of the place! Much like grandma has rules, the campground does, too.
Look into when check-in and checkout are for your campground. Double-check the refund and cancellation policy – just in case, you never know!
If you have a pet, you want to make sure that the Georgia campgrounds are pet friendly! You don’t want to have to leave your furry friend behind or make last-minute arrangements when you realize pets aren’t allowed!
Check Out the Area to Find Things to Do
Before you decide on a location for your snowbird camping, you want to get a feel for what’s around the camp. If you don’t care if there is anything around, then it doesn’t matter! But if you want some adventure or a few restaurants, then you’ll need to do your research.
For a few things to do in Coastal Georiga, research your camp location in regards to these things to do:
- Watermelon Creek Vineyard
- Georiga Peach World
- World War II Home Front
- Tybee Island
By doing your research before deciding on a campground, you’ll be able to find one that is close to all of the things you want to see while in Georgia.
Stay at the McIntosh Manor RV Park and Campgrounds
When thinking about where to stay, one great place for snowbird camping is the McIntosh Manor. Not only is it close to all of the things you would want to do, but the price is right, too!
Ready to get going? Book your stay today! And if you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to contact us.