Discover a selection of more than 10,000 vacation rentals in Georgia that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including private pools and swimming pools. Prices start at $135 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Georgia. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Georgia is awash with historic towns

This large state, east of the Mississippi River, lacks for nothing. Awash with historic towns, Georgia is full of elegant Victorian homes flanking tree-lined boulevards, soaring mountain ranges which give way to marshlands and pastoral fields. It has also played host to some of the most inspiring figures the country has ever seen. The capital Atlanta brims with attractions and shopping opportunities, while the coast is laden with activities and wildlife. Yet when you come to stay in a Georgia vacation rental, what will linger with you longest after you leave are the memories of the warm Southern locals who make all visitors feel welcome.


Historic sites near Georgia vacation homes

Georgia is filled with fascinating historic sites and specialty museums that will delight the history buff. Vacation homes are available near places like the World of Coca-Cola, a museum showcasing the history of the popular soft drink that debuted in Atlanta, and the Atlanta History Center, which houses exhibits on the antebellum South and a working farm. You could also visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, a cultural attraction with artifacts, art, and photos from the Civil Rights Era.

Things to do

Georgia is the birthplace of notable figures

Georgia is crammed with impressive attractions, far too many to list in one place. That said, there are a few notable highlights to see when you stay in a Georgia vacation rental. The Georgia Aquarium with its 10-million-gallon tanks make it one of the largest in the world and home to an astonishing number of species. For more wildlife, be sure to swing by Zoo Atlanta, whose most famous residents are the pandas. Georgia has been the birthplace of many of the country's most famous figures, most notably Martin Luther King Jr. whose presence can be felt at his childhood home in Atlanta.


Georgia's outdoor parks and indoor shopping

Georgia has a staggering number of parks that offer endless outdoor adventures. If you pick one of the Georgia vacation rentals nearby, you could spend your days rafting down the Chattahoochee River or trekking along the winding Appalachian Trail. Alternatively, if you don't suffer from vertigo, you could whizz through the treetop canopies on zip-lines, or powder your hands to scale the rock climbing cliffs. If that's not your thing, nab a rental in Atlanta, the Las Vegas of the East, where you can try your luck on the slots or shop till you drop in the world-class retail spaces.


Local weather for your trip to Georgia vacation homes

The busiest time in Georgia is during the long summers between May and August. Be warned, the days can get hot and shorts and flip-flops become almost mandatory. It's during this time that you'll find most of the outdoor concerts and festivities occur in the city. If you want to beat the crowds, book up a Georgia vacation rental during the shoulder months. During the spring and fall, the cost of rentals takes a nosedive, and with the weather still being pleasantly warm, it can be an attractive time to visit.

Natural features

Georgia is one of America's wildlife hotspots

Georgia is blessed with some of the most diverse wildlife of all the states, partly due to the variety of ecosystems which range from marshlands to mountains. Even if you wrote a book on Georgia's wildlife, you couldn't cover it all. What you spot depends entirely on where your Georgia vacation rental is located. If you point your binoculars towards the ridges of the Appalachians, you may spot a bobcat or coyote, while beavers and armadillos rustle across the forest floors. Along the coast, plenty of playful bottlenose dolphins jump out of the wakes of fishing boats.

Food and drink

Regional cuisine in Georgia

The cuisine of Georgia is a blend of the rural Scots-Irish culture and the culture of Native Americans and Africans. Seafood, cornbread, peaches, and grits are common staples in Georgia recipes. Barbecuing is a popular pastime, which may include everything from pork to game meat. Whether you want traditional Southern food or a twist on an old favorite, you'll find something for every taste in Georgia restaurants near your vacation rental.

How many vacation rentals are available around Georgia?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 12,851 vacation rentals around Georgia. From 2,820 cabin rentals to 8,939 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

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