There's still some time left this summer to get outside and enjoy the warm weather and sunshine. Georgia has so many spots to adventure through that you'll never be bored on the weekends. If you're a visitor from another state, you can stay in one of these unique Airbnbs in Georgia so you can spend a few days seeing what The Peach State has to offer.
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Hotels and condos usually have prices that cost an arm and a leg, so renting a more affordable Airbnb might be the way to go, and these spots are not your average stays.
From tiny homes, treehouses in bamboo forests, small vintage airstreams and so much more, there's so much fun to be had in Georgia's vacation rental game.
Whether you want to stay in and kick back in a hot tub with forest views or be close to a myriad of nature escapes, this list of unique Georgia Airbnbs has you covered.
So grab your bestie or boo thing and plan an affordable weekend that'll transport you to new places and get the party started.
Glamping '60s Style with a Romantic Outdoor Bath
Neighborhood: Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: This little blue camper has lots of love to offer. It can fit two guests and has one bed and one bath. The bath is actually a soaker tub that's outdoors in its own little private area for a truly romantic feel.
Abbie's Waterfall Treehouse w/Hot Tub on Creek
Neighborhood: Suches, GA
Why You Need To Go: This octagon treehouse sits above a creek and a small waterfall. The best part might be the private hot tub overlooking the creek. The ultimate forest escape.
The Silo Experience
Neighborhood: Byron, GA
Why You Need To Go: This repurposed silo is out in the country where you'll have all the privacy in the world. On the land, there's a pavilion, a bed swing, a fire pit and a grill that you're more than welcome to use.
Tiny House & Huge Arcade Just 5 miles To Six Flags
Neighborhood: Lithia Springs, GA
Why You Need To Go: This tiny house can sleep up to five guests and has a huge arcade to really take you back to your childhood. Also included, a slide and pool to keep it cool.
Kaluna Hemp Retreat Wooden Yurt
Neighborhood: Talking Rock, GA
Why You Need To Go: Eight guests can call this wooden yurt their home for a weekend and it's located on a secluded family farm. You can explore the creeks and land that surrounds the property too.
Sailboat Overlooking Savannah Nature
Address or Neighborhood: Savannah, GA
Why You Need To Go: This 31-foot sailboat sits on a beautiful marina where you can wake up to the sun rising above the water. It can sleep up to four guests and has two bedrooms.
Boho Glamping Retreat on Tranquil Horse Farm
Neighborhood: Ringgold, GA
Why You Need To Go: Located on rolling pastures, this boho tent has a California king-sized bed, a pool, and a hot tub on the property.
Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest
Neighborhood: Atlanta, GA
Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
Which place will you escape to for a weekend adventure first?