CSRA Camperland Augusta Blog
- 0 0Published on Apr 29, 2014
Georgia In Bloom
Spring is a great time to get out and explore the beauty of nature in bloom. After a dark and dreary winter, it’s inspiring to see bright and vibrant colors fill our landscapes. Georgia offers some wonderful trails to hike through where fresh wildflowers are in abundance. Here is a great opportunity to pack up your RV and get out and enjoy the fragrant scenery that people come to see all the way from Maine.
That’s right, the Appalachian Trail starts in Maine and ends at Springer Mountain in Georgia. The trail boasts all different species of wildflowers that create colorful scenes that are a must see. With wildflowers in bloom such as Lady’s Slipper, Dutchman’s breeches, and rhododendrons of all colors your senses will be on overload with all the colors and smells. Not to mention, the Appalachian Trail is one of the best places to hike in Georgia.
Macon has over 300,000 Yoshino Cherry Trees that bloom in April and May, and is known as the Cherry Blossom capitol of Georgia. Cherry Blossoms bloom in mid April and May, although they are not very colorful with soft pink and white petals, they are very fragrant and are easily recognizable.
The Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain are very popular for nature enthusiasts as well. With a wide array of azaleas and daffodils of all colors, they have some of the most picturesque and colorful gardens in the area. The Hamilton Gardens in Hiawassee feature rhododendrons of all colors, and the State and local Botanical gardens all over the state offer a wide variety of beautiful blossoms for all to enjoy.
In need of a little RV tune up before you make the trek all over the state? Stop by CSRA Camperland and let our service department get your RV in top shape for your travels. We are open 8am-5pm, Mon-Fri and Sat 8am-Noon by appointment.