Picking a place to retire can be a difficult task. Georgia is a great place to retire, because of the year-round nice weather, its natural beauty, and its friendly people.
If you are thinking of retiring in Georgia and want to stay in a nice RV Community, you need to explore your options. To help you out, I’ve collected 13 good options for you, and at least one of them should be perfect for your needs!
1. Parkwood RV Park & Cottages – Statesboro
Parkwood is the first of the 13 RV retirement parks that we will look at. This RV park can be a retirement location or a hot spot for vacationers. This being said, you will have some neighbors that will stick around, and some who only stay for a couple of days.
Location: Parkwood is located in Statesboro, Georgia. Statesboro is not too far away from the South Carolina border or Savannah about an hour drive to each. This means if you wanted to travel to the beach, it is not too far of a trip. It’s also near Georgia Southern Unversity if that helps you picture where it is at.
- Pull Through Sites
- 50 / 30 / 20 Amp Service
- Full Hookup
- Deluxe Cable TV
- Free WiFi
- Picnic table at every site
- Paved Roads
- Free Morning Coffee
- Swimming Pool
- Laundry Facilities
- Book Exchange
- Central Fire Pit
- Pet-friendly – some breeds are excluded
Cost: $505 per month or $475 if paid with cash. Electricity is charged as a utility and will be metered for every month. There is a deposit as well.
Reviews: Parkwood RV Park & Cottages has 4.5 star rating on Google. Some of the best ravings say that they are clean and that the staff is very friendly here.
What to do nearby: There are quite a few awesome attractions nearby. There is a great spa and a golf park. There is also an annual Wine Festival called Gramp Stome and the Muscadine Festival. Other things to do include visiting a water park (great for when the grandkids come) and a Botanical Garden up at the college.
2. Kingsridge Mobile Home Park – Byron
If you were thinking of a sunny and peaceful RV retirement park, the image in your head probably fits Kingsridge perfectly. This park is a 55+ community, so you don’t have to worry about loud young neighbors. There is a lot to love about this area.
Kingsridge has homes that are available to stay in as well as lots of space for RVs. However, due to the popularity of this area, space may be limited during some seasons of the year.
Location: Byron is 15 minutes away from Macon and Perry. It is also close to the Robins Air Force Base. It’s also 90 miles south of Atlanta, so it is nestled into a good little hot spot.
- Staff is professional
- Price includes a lot utilities
- Good location
Cost: $240 per month, and $10 for each additional person after the first. Utilities that are included in this are water, sewage, and garbage. There is also a $300 security deposit due when signing the lease, but that can all be refunded if all the conditions are met at the end of the lease.
Reviews: 4.3 stars out of 5 on Google. Many people say that it is a quiet and safe place to say. It’s also well managed by a friendly staff.
What to do nearby: There are a handful of really great trails and parks to stroll through. You can also walk around the farmers market or the museums that are nearby. Don’t forget to stop at Big Peach Antiques Mall!
3. River Park – Valdosta
River Park is another great option for those who want a nice community feeling. It’s a warm area that has a lot of good options for shopping and entertainment nearby.
Location: Valdosta is in the southern region of Georgia, not too far from Tallahassee. River Park is near I-75 and close to a Walmart and Sam’s Club. There is a mall nearby and lots of restaurants.
- 63 full hookup extended stay lots
- Laundry room
- Bath house
- Free WiFi
- Pet friendly with fenced area for park
Cost: Call for current monthly rates as they are subject to change: 229-560-6352
Reviews: 4 stars out of 5. Lots of reviews that testify to how clean the staff keep the community.
What to do nearby: Lots of shopping is nearby as well as dining. It’s only 10 minutes from the Hospital which can give you some peach of mind.
4. River Vista Mountain Village – Dillard
This spot is a resort, so there are a lot of really great amenities. Due to its location and benefits, it can be crowded with weekly visitors, instead of a solid community of year-long tenants. This may be off-putting for some people, but the variety might appeal to others.
Location: This mountain village is located up near the North Carolina border, up in the lush great mountains. It is a bit isolated, not close to a lot of major towns, but it is a very relaxing location.
- Full hookup
- Indoor swimming pool
- Outdoor swimming pool and spa
- Free WiFi
- Adult Sauna
- Fitness Center
- Two Laundry Facilities
- Pet-friendly park with no extra charge
Cost: Prices vary for location. Monthly rates are available for $600 – $1,600 a month. There are economy spots and super deluxe locations.
Reviews: 4.8 stars out of 5
What to do nearby: Vineyard, casino, Greak Smoky Mountains RailRoad. There are also a ton of spots that are great for sight seeing or hiking through.
5. Fair Harbor RV Park and Campground – Perry
Fair Harbor is a great place to stay if you like the outdoors. There are a lot of things that you can do out in nature here.
Location: Perry is located pretty central to the state of Georgia. This RV Park is located right off of I-70 and is near a lot of ponds and small lakes, which is great for fishing.
- Pull-thru locations
- Full Hookups
- 24 hour laundry
- Camp store
- Easy Access Propane
- Pet friendly
- Free WiFi
- Stocked Fishing lake
Cost: Monthly rates are available for as low as $400 a month. Click here to see current rates.
Reviews: 4.5 stars out of 5 on Google. Reviews say that there is friendly staff and that the grounds and facilities are kept clean.
What to do nearby: You can fish on the grounds or in nearby rivers, lakes, and streams. There is an Aviation Museum nearby as well as a lot of other historic sites. Shopping is easy since there is an outlet mall in addition to a local flea market.
6. Sunset Pines RV Living – Cochran
If you are looking for a true retirement community, this is a great place to consider. It is a 50+ extended living facilitity.
Location: Sunset Pines is in Cochran, which is in central Georgia. It is about 2 hours south of Atlanta and 2 hours west of Savannah.
- Two private ponds
- 50′ by 50′ lots
- 30 / amp
- Water, Sewage Hookups
- Cable TB
- Fire ring
- Room for additional cars
Cost: 30 AMP $400 – $425 per month. 50 AMP $425 – $450 a month. Additional fees may apply.
Reviews: 4.9 stars out of 5 on Google and 5 stars on Facebook.
What to do nearby: Shopping, fishing, dining and hikes are all popular activities in this area. There is golfing near by.
7. Coastal Georgia RV Resort – Brunswick
This is absolutely one of the best places to stay in your RV. Not everyone who comes here is planning to stay for an extended time, but you should not let that stop you.
Location: Coastal Georgia RV Resort is really close to the coastline, as you probably guessed. It is in the southern region of the state. It’s next to the Fancy Bluff Creek and highway 17.
- Full hookups
- Conference Room
- 2 Bath Houses
- 2 Laundromats
- Boat Dock
- Handicap accessible
- Lake to fish or paddle boat in
- Cable TV
- Swimming pool
Cost: $650 and $40 for additional person (more than 2)
Reviews: 4.5 stars on Google out of 5. A lot of customers rave. It is a newer RV park so everything is really nice. It is also well kept, according to many people who have stayed here.
What to do nearby: Head to the beach and enjoy the shopping you find in Brunswick. With amenities so close, you don’t have to wander far.
8. Twin Lakes RV Park – Cumming
If you want to live out in nature during your retirement, this location is a good place to do so. There is water surrounding you, which makes for beautiful sunsets. It’s a quiet area that does not have a ton of people and is covered in trees.
Location: Cumming is not far from Atlanta, just a little northeast, about 35 miles. Cumming has restaurants so you don’t have to drive too far for dinning and shopping opportunities.
- Lake for catch and release fishing.
- Picnic Area
- Water, electric, sewer hookups
- Free Wifi
- Open Year-Round
Cost: $810 – $900 depending on the lot you choose.
Reviews: 3.5 stars. Some reviews tell about how it is a gem that is tucked away. It is a beautiful area to stay at.
What to do nearby: You can take weekend trips to Atlanta. In town there is a theater, as well as shopping and dining options. Of course, there is fishing at Twin Lakes that is a great thing to do for fun without having to go very far.
9. Scenic Mountain RV Park and Campground – Milledgeville
This beautiful campground in Georgia is open year-round and has a ton of amenities, which makes it a great place to park your RV and enjoy your retirement.
Location: Milledgeville is located in central Georgia. It’s not far from Atlanta, about 100 miles away. Cities close are Macon, Sandersville, and Greensboro. The RV Park is off Highway 441.
- Bath House
- Three Pavilions
- 6 Fishing ponds
- Club house
- Paved Streets
Cost: $450 a month plus metered electric, bal
Reviews: 4.8 stars on Google. Reviews speak to how clean that it is and really good water pressure. The amenities here are amazing and many people love stayin here because of it.
What to do nearby: While the park has a lot of things to do, there are some other things to do nearby as well. Try going to the Old Governor’s Mansion, or the Flannery O’Connor’s Farm. There are galleries to explore and museums to see.
10. Jones RV Park – Norcross
Jones RV Park is a great location for those who want to get connected to their neighbors. Although it is not strictly for long term stay, a large portion of the people who come here stick around for a while.
Location: Jones RV Park is located northeast of Atlanta, near Duluth. It’s close to I-85 which makes it easy to travel to and from this location.
- Full hookups
- Utilities are included in the price
- Big lots
- Convienant location
Reviews: 3.8 stars out of 5. Reviews talk of really great staff and a quiet and nice community.
What to do nearby: Since it is so close to Atlanta, there are a ton of things to do. There is dining, parks, museumes and historical sites. The possibilities are endless!
11. Shope Park – Gainesville
Shope Park is a park that rents out RV sites monthly, making it a really great place to live.
Location: Shope Park is in Gainesville, which is also northeast of Atlanta, nearing the Borders of both South and North Carolina. It’s located off Highway 985.
- Paved Roads
- Pets Allowed
- Cable TV
Reviews: 3.4 stars reviews report that it is a quiet and clean place to stay.
What to do nearby: When you go to Gainesville, you will find a lot of beautiful parks, such as the Botanical Garden in Atlanta. This area has a lot of historical sites to visit, and some amazing places to golf.
12. Savannah Oaks RV Resort – Savannah
If you are looking to retire closer to the ocean, Savannah Oaks is a top-notch place to say. It has a ton of amenities so living here is very relaxing.
Location: Savannah Oaks is located off highway 204 near I-95. You’ll find that it is near Georgetown, Pooler, and Richmond Hill.
- Swimming Pool
- Free Showers
- Boat Ramp
- Shaded lots
- On-site RV repairs
- Bathhouses are heated and air-conditioned
Cost: $400 – $700 a month plus electric. You must have an RV 2005 model year or newer to live here, however.
Reviews: 4 stars out of 5. Reviews rave about how beautiful it is within the resort and what a gem this location is.
What to do nearby: There are lots of shopping and dining options near by. The beach is close, as well as lots of parks. Don’t forget to make a list off all the amazing historical sites that you need to see in Savannah.
13. Albany RV Resort Inc. – Putney
Albany is another highly recommended place to park RV and stay forever if you can. It is a beautiful area and has lots of perks within the resort.
Location: Albany RV Resort is located in Putney, a suburb of the city of Albany. This park is in the southwestern part of the state, not too far from the Florida border, as well as the Alabama border. If you want to head to Tallahassee, just hop onto US-19 and head south, you’ll be there in 1.5 hours.
- Large sites
- Full hookups
- Concrete patios
- Free WiFi
- Fitness center
Cost: $450 monthly for a 30 AMP and $500 each month for the 50 AMP.
Reviews: 4.6 stars out of 5 on Google. Reviews frequently mention how level the spots are and how great it is to have a concrete patio. Almost every review you read talks about how great the staff is, as well as the other people who live here.
What to do nearby: There’s a great RiverQuarium to go see, as well as historical sites. Walk the parks and enjoy the shopping that you find in Albany.