RVing Georgia. The campgrounds and RV parks where we stayed, attractions we visited, things we saw and did, restaurants and eateries where we dined, along with travel and tourist info and things that struck us about the state during our RV life and travels in Georgia.
Rhythm and Ribs BBQ Festival: Free Festival in Tifton, Georgia Smoke wafting from barbeque cookers fills the air as we get close to Fulwood Park. The Rhythm and Ribs BBQ Festival is in high gear. Food trucks and vendor booths dot the park. Live music emanates from the stages. Meat cooking contestants have their entries well underway.
Observations of Southern Georgia Observations of southern Georgia…here are a few things I noticed while Coleen and I were RVing outside a small town in southern Georgia. We were there for several months, so had a chance to get to know the people and learn about southern customs, especially in rural Georgia.
Watermelon: A Northern Boy RVing in Georgia Learns about Growing Melon Watermelon was something we ate on the Fourth of July. We bought it at the store. It wasn’t something we raised ourselves. Thanks to RVing in southern Georgia, I’ve now seen how thousands of sweet, juicy watermelon are grown, from preparing the field through harvest.
Cordele Farmers Market: Peanuts, Peppers, Pecans, and Peach Ice Cream Fresh produce -- I can always find room in our RV for it! We stop at farmers markets and road side stands wherever we find them. The Cordele Farmers Market in Georgia is a favorite. More than a place to stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables, it’s a sensory delight.
Restaurants in Georgia: RVing and Eating Our Way through Georgia Restaurants in Georgia. Down-home southern cooking! BBQ. Catfish buffets. Local, mom and pop cafes. Truck stops and diners. Soul food and seafood. RVing across Georgia is a foodies dream! A big part of our RVing experience is sampling new foods, trying regional specialties, and feasting on local favorites.