Georgias have long been known as one of the cheapest camping destinations in the world, but the price of camping in the area has skyrocketed in recent years.
According to a recent report by the US Department of Agriculture, the average price of a campfire in the state of Georgia is $150, compared to $75 in 2016.
According to one report, the total cost of a single night of camping has increased by more than 500 percent in the last three years.
“The average cost of camping across Georgia is over $500 per night,” said the report.
“This is a significant increase over the previous year when the average cost was $300 per night.
Camping at this price is unsustainable.”
According to the report, there are over 300 campsites on the Chattahoochee River in the region, making it the most popular camping spot in Georgia.
According the report: “The number of campsites has risen in Georgia by over 400 percent over the past three years, with over 30,000 campgrounds and over 40,000 campsites.”
The report noted that the Chattahochee is a major waterway that brings water from the Gulf of Mexico into the Great Lakes, which is why the average water consumption is so high.
The Chattahooche has also been a hotspot for the spread of the Zika virus, and many people are now taking the precaution of using mosquito repellent, which can help protect against the virus.
According a study conducted by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, over a million people are infected with the Zika strain of the virus, making Georgia one of seven states where the virus is spreading more quickly than usual.
The study also revealed that the number of pregnant women having symptoms of the disease is at its highest since the outbreak began.