Glamping in Georgia: Monticello

Monticello, Georgia: best places to visit for a family vacation

Monticello is a historic town, with records from Jasper County history dating as far back as 1632, when traders listed the Seven Islands Crossing on the Ocmulgee River as the place they first traded with the Creek Indians. These days the town is rightfully listed in the National Register of Historic Places, with its fantastic blend of historic architecture, culture, picturesque smalltown life, and access to nature. Here there is everything from a local day spa and art tours to top-notch local fishing and hunting. It is close to the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge, where glampers will find 35,000 acres of unspoiled nature to explore on the numerous hiking and mountain biking trails.


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