Amicalola Falls State Park In the Grand State of Georgia

Camping At Amicalola Falls State Park

After enjoying Memorial Day at the Buckhead I ventured onto the tallest waterfall east of the Mississippi River, calling ahead to find out primitive camping was first come first serve I accidently stumbled onto the campgrounds with electricity and paid $5 a day for full access to the best campground I have yet to stay in.

Arriving the Monday of Memorial day there were many families enjoying the park as a playground, hanging hammocks between trees over the creek as well as just relaxing with their toes in the water.

Work Hard, Adventure Hard

Every day consisted of 3-5 hours of email marketing work, hooked up to the electricity, wifi when available and the AT&T hotspot when necessary. After work it was time for adventure, exploring the waterfalls and hiking along the Appalachian Trail was a great way to reset the brain and unleash creativity.

Hiking along the A.T. was definitely more of a workout than using email marketing automation, so I took a well deserved rest and enjoyed the delicious buffet at Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge.

I hope you enjoy the pictures below!

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After Georgia I make my way to New York, but first enjoy a nice nights stay at a hostel in DC.

Luiz Centenaro
Luiz Centenaro is a digital nomad traveling the world growing his startup eCommerce consulting business.
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