South Carolina and Georgia

LocationSouth Carolina and Georgia

Visiting Georgia State Parks – James Sloppy Floyd State Park – Sightseeing, Hiking and Camping in a Class B RV


Sightseeing, Hiking and RV Camping in Georgia State Parks

A Little About Us and Our Tiny House on Wheels

My wife and I love our Class B RV, which is a 22 foot long “Sprinter” camper van named “Lola.” We love the drivability, the ability to go anytime, and that Lola will fit in almost any campsite. We hit the road with Lola whenever we get a free day, and this winter have been busy testing our winter camping skills during several winter camping trips across north and central Georgia.

For these trips we selected Georgia State Parks. We have found them to be reliably clean and well-staffed, even in winter. Most importantly, it always seems to be a few degrees warmer in Georgia than where we live (a couple of hours north of there). I realize that by today’s standards, in the ever growing motor home/camping trailer market, a 22 foot RV is not very large. Nevertheless, much of what we have experienced would apply to most sizes of camper or RV. With that in mind, I undertook a short series of articles to share our experiences with others who might be interested.

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