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Have you ever wanted to know what it felt like to be in your very own Swiss Family Robinson story—living high above the treetops without a care in the world? Then plan a trip to Historic Banning Mills in Georgia and stay in their epic Treehouse Village. Perched high above the ground in the most epic of accommodations, rent a treehouse for the weekend, and enjoy a memorable adventure with the family. Here’s everything you need to know about the iconic Banning Mills treehouses.

Have you ever been to Historic Banning Mills in Georgia before? Share with us your experience at this one-of-a-kind treehouse village in the comments section! Or if you’re looking for more information about this treehouse village and how to rent one, check out the Historic Banning Mills website or Facebook Page.

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What are some of the best hotels in Georgia?

Georgia is filled with unique accommodations, from local inns to historic hotels. Below you'll find some of the best hotels in Georgia:

  • Perry Lane Hotel
  • Hotel Simone
  • Bellwether House
  • The Ritz-Carton Reynolds, Lake Oconee
  • Blue Ridge Cottage
  • The Lodge and Spa at Callaway Gardens
  • Chateau Elan Winery & Resort
  • The Lodge at Amicalola Falls State Park
  • Barnsley Resort
  • The Cloister at Sea Island
  • Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead
  • The Westin Jekyll Island


There are so many memorable places to stay the night in the Peach State. For even more travel inspiration, check out our Georgia accommodations hub!

Does Georgia have any haunted hotels?

The following is a list of haunted hotels in Georgia:

  • The Marshall House, Savannah
  • Foley House Inn, Savannah
  • Beverly Hills Inn, Atlanta
  • Kehoe House, Savannah
  • Eliza Thompson House, Savannah
  • 17 Hundred 90 Inn & Restaurant, Savannah
  • The Partridge Inn, Augusta
  • Olde Harbour Inn, Savannah
  • 1842 Inn, Macon


With some of the oldest cities in the entire country, Georgia has seen its fair share of history -- and hauntings! That's especially true of Savannah, which is considered to be among the most haunted cities in the U.S. If you stay overnight at any of the above hotels, you may just spot a ghost or two.

What are the best campgrounds in Georgia?

With its gorgeous forests, mountains, rivers, lakes, and beaches, Georgia's landscape is one that lends itself perfectly to camping. Below is a list of some of the best campgrounds in Georgia:

  • Fort Mountain State Park
  • Raven Cliffs Wilderness
  • Reed Bingham State Park
  • Andrews Cove Campground
  • Upper Chattahoochee River Campground
  • West Fork Campground
  • Doll Mountain Campground


Curious to learn more? Check out our complete list of off-the-beaten-path campgrounds in Georgia.

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