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The busiest airport on Earth may be the main gateway for many visitors to Atlanta, but Georgia's largest city is also an ideal base for exploring the state by rented RV. Few United States cities have grown as dramatically as Atlanta in recent years. The city contains not just one, but three distinct skylines. These skylines are located in downtown Atlanta, Midtown, and Buckhead. Most Atlanta attractions and nightlife can be found in these three areas.
Atlanta may be largely a car-centric city, but one of the state's most walkable areas is the nearby community of Decatur. This smaller city 15 minutes east of Atlanta boasts plenty of boutiques and restaurants in its own right. The Coca-Cola Space Science Center is the main attraction in Columbus, Georgia's second largest city. Another nearby city, Athens, is home to the University of Georgia, the Georgia Museum of Art, and some of the state's most eclectic music. The water-themed Six Flags Whitewater Atlanta is the perfect place to cool off from the Southern heat in nearby Marietta.
Centennial Olympic Park, first established during the 1996 Summer Olympics, has become one of the city's most popular places for picnicking, people watching, or listening to free concert performances. The Fountain of Rings water show is especially spectacular.
The CNN Center, headquarters of the famous news channel, features shopping and entertainment in addition to guided newsroom tours. Another famous Atlanta company is proudly exhibited at the World of Coca-Cola, whose four galleries include advertisements and other memorabilia about the iconic fizzy drink.
The Georgia Aquarium may be one of Atlanta's most recent attractions, but its over 500,000 marine creatures from about 500 species already rank the aquarium among the biggest in the world. Animal lovers may also enjoy Zoo Atlanta, which features its own train, horticultural centre, and even an outdoor climbing wall.
A couple of peaceful retreats in the heart of Atlanta's bustling Midtown area are Piedmont Park, which offers a plethora of entertainment and sporting activities, and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Half of the botanical gardens are cultivated, while the other half is forested. The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site contains the civil rights activist's grave as well as the Ebenezer Baptist Church where King made many of his most significant speeches.
Jones RV Park Home is located just off Interstate 85 northeast of Atlanta in the suburb of Norcross. This park does not accept vans in questionable condition or more than 14 years old in its long-term areas.
One of the closest RV parks to Atlanta is the Atlanta Marietta RV Resort situated in the suburb of Marietta near several historic sites and outdoor activities. Each RV site in this park comes with its own relaxing patio.
Atlanta South RV Resort is the only RV park situated in the Interstate 75 area known as Metro Atlanta South. This McDonogh park is just a half-hour drive from the heart of Atlanta.
Interstate 285, which locals call the Perimeter, encircles central Atlanta and connects the city with Interstates 85, 75, and 20. Driving in this city isn't always easy, especially during rush hours, but many major attractions are easy to reach by public transit or foot. Driving with a blood alcohol limit over 80 mg/dL is strictly prohibited throughout Georgia.