tell us what kind of attractions and points of interest you like. Georgia has a huge variety of attractions.. if we know what you like we can point you in that direction. Personally I dislike shopping in malls and visiting amusement parks, so I wouldn't point them out as my choice, but they might be your choice.
I spent some time there last summer, using some PA parks. In the Charleston area, I stayed at PA Lake Aire RV Park (Hollywood). charleston is a wonderful city, Fort Sumter, several plantations, carriage rides.
Brunswick GA offers easy access to Jekyll and St Simon Islands. There is a PA park, Golden Isles.
Savannah is another great city, we used PA park in SC - Hardeeville - very no frills, but suitable.
We used PA park in Americus, GA - Brickyard. We toured Jimmy Carter's home town of Plains, and went to Andersonville
We went to the northern GA mountains, what a beautiful area. We used another PA park, Timber Ridge in Cleveland. The park was very nice, but if you are a big rig, we found it difficult to maneuver.
Have a great trip
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You might be interested in visiting Patriot's Point while you're Charleston. The WWII Aircraft Carrier Yorktown is there, as well as the USS Laffey, a WWII Destroyer and the USS Clagamore, a WWII submarine, although it's closed for maintenance. The Yorktown and Laffey are open for visitors and they have some interesting exhibits on board.
Last time I tried to enter the hatch of a WWII sub, the guys yelled "Green Board". That means the hatch is sealed and they're ready to dive. A comedian born every minute.
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