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Glamping In Georgia Is Gorgeous At This School Bus Tiny Home Airbnb

It's almost spring, which means it's time to embrace the warm weather and spend more time outside. Camping can be a great way to explore nature, but not everyone wants to spend the night sleeping on the ground and fending off insects. If you're a little fancy about your accommodations, you may want to look into glamping in Georgia instead.

Those who want a super comfortable stay with some character will love the Stay Bird Bus Airbnb located in Canton, Georgia. It was once a school bus but has since been converted into a tiny house.

While it may only have one room, it can sleep up to six guests, which makes it ideal if you are looking for a getaway with your crew. At only $99 per night, it's an inexpensive option that's a lot more comfortable than actual camping.

Apart from the bus, you'll also get the chance to enjoy the outdoor area around it. Of course, if you are on the more adventurous side, there are also amazing spots to camp in Georgia.

When you get there, you'll find a fire pit, comfortable chairs to sit in, and a hammock where you can hang out and relax.

Another great feature of this property is the fact that it's located just one minute by car from Lake Allatoona, where you can go hiking, swimming or kayaking.

It comes with all the essentials you need, like a kitchenette with free breakfast, a washroom, and access to the main house. Plus, you can rent lake passes, kayaks, fishing poles and more from the owners at an extra charge.

If you are looking for the ideal spring break nature-lover location here in Georgia, this school bus tiny home Airbnb might just be the answer.

Stay Bird Bus

Price Per Night: $99

Address Or Neighbourhood: Canton, GA

Why You Need To Go: This school bus Airbnb offers the ultimate glamping experience with plenty of access to nature.

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