Vacation Rentals in Georgia

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Georgia Vacation Rentals

Why Stay in Georgia Vacation Home Rentals?

From the bustling capital to the shores of the Chattahoochee River, the state of Georgia offers activities from morning until night. Bite into a juicy peach, grab a handful of pecans, and retreat to your Georgia vacation rental after a day in the warm Southern sun.

Experience the Outdoors with Georgia Home Rentals

The Peach State has plenty of outdoor attractions and activities, and what better way to experience it than by staying in a cabin rental in Georgia? Agriculture is a main staple of Georgia, and the Peach Blossom Trail extends from Clayton County to Perry. Attend festivals honoring the honeybee, pig, mule, and even the gnat. Enjoy the various coastal activities at the Barrier Islands as you stay in Georgia beach vacation rentals. The lakes and rivers are great for swimming, boating, and fishing, and a Georgia lake rental will put you right on the water. The Blue Ridge Mountains are full of opportunities for hiking and biking. For whatever your outdoor pleasure, Georgia should be on your mind. Other lodging options include and lakeside villas.

As far as the outdoors goes, Lake Lanier cabin rentals are your best introduction to it! A Georgia lake vacation is not quickly forgotten. 

Vacation Destinations in Georgia

The Atlanta Metro area is vibrant, with a strong sampling of cultures from both the past and present, and Atlanta vacation rentals are plentiful. The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum commemorates the Carter presidency and displays Carter’s Nobel Peace Prize, in addition to hosting an array of special events and exhibits. Experience the unequaled shopping, dining, and nightlife of the Buckhead community. You’ll find attractive parks like Centennial Olympic Park (from the 1996 Olympics), and the festival-laden Piedmont Park. Historical areas include the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, the home of the Civil War’s Atlanta Campaign. If you enjoy puppetry, check out the largest U.S.’s puppet theater – The Center for Puppetry Arts. History lovers should not miss out on Georgia vacation rentals!

An idyllic setting of beaches, swamps and marshlands defines Georgia’s coastal area, adding special appeal to Georgia beach vacation rentals. Notable drives include scenic Southern Passages along Highway 17, and a blend of history, culture, and nature along the Liberty Trail. Savannah has beautiful moss-covered trees and rich history as the founding city of modern Georgia; for both an educational and aesthetically pleasing Georgia vacation, consider Savannah rentals.

The Barrier Islands are a prime location for hiking, picnicking, and gathering seashells; why not forgo a hotel and stay in a vacation rental in St. Simons Island or a Tybee Island rental? You can tour historical lighthouses such as St. Simons Lighthouse and the Tybee Island Lighthouse. Kayaking is a popular water sport here, and Georgia beach rentals are the perfect way to enjoy the coast.

A large portion of Georgia is designated as the Historic South region, though history is only one part of what’s available to vacationers. Golf is a major activity here; the PGA Masters tournament is held in Augusta. Fishing on the plentiful lakes or rivers is another common outdoor sport. The State Botanical Garden of Georgia spans 313 acres and contains eleven different gardens and collections. Milledgeville pays tribute to Flannery O’Connor and Carl Vinson in an area filled with history and culture. For more history, the Lucy Craft Laney Museum celebrates African-American art.

Are you interested in Georgia vacation cabins for rent? The Mountains region in North Georgia is a true study in nature and Appalachian living. The Sautee Nacoochee Center embraces Appalachian art and music with festivals and performances. Wine tourism is popular, with a solid choice of vineyards and wineries to visit. Rides on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway are an exciting way to view 26 miles of the Blue Ridge and Cohutta Mountain ranges. A Blue Ridge cabin rental will give you an authentic Georgia experience. Great views can also be had at the Cloudland Canyon State Park, where the picnic park parking lot provides a spectacular view into the canyon. Experience a bit of history in Dahlonega, home of an earlier gold rush in 1828, and explore the mine open for tours. Many Georgia vacation cabins for rent can be found here; you can easily book a vacation rental in Helen, Georgia or Blairsville.  

The Southern Rivers region of Georgia has presidential history to explore, among other pleasures. Franklin Delano Roosevelt had a cottage in Warm Springs, where the natural hot water was soothing; the “Little White House” is deemed a historic site. In Plains you can find the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site and Boyhood Farm, though the inside of the home is not open to the public. The Chattahoochee River is a wonderful spot for fishing, swimming, and relaxation. Try your hand at brick and tile making at the Global Village and Discovery Center.

Sites and tours to see

Bulloch Hall in Atlanta
1845 Smith Plantation in Atlanta
Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site in Atlanta
CNN Center in Atlanta
Fort Pulaski National Monument
Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation Historic Site in Brunswick
Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah
Cannonball House in Milledgeville
President Woodrow Wilson’s Boyhood Home in Augusta
Amicalola Falls
Cagle’s Dairy Farm and Maze in Canton
SAM Shortline Excursion Train
National Infantry Museum in Fort Benning