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Calhoun KOA
2523 Redbud Road  Calhoun, Georgia
11 CampedThere Reviews

Our beautiful KOA is located less than two miles from I-75, in the foothills of the north Georgia mountains. WOW! New this year is our gem mining sluice! It is awesome and right up front to enjoy some mining fun. These complement the existing amenities that have become very popular with our guests, such as the petting zoo, pet play park, catch and release fishing pond, mini golf, hayrides, bike rentals, swimming pool, or a great game room. Pizza, two kinds of wings, mozzarella sticks and mushrooms cooked and delivered to your site for a no hassle supper and a hot cappuccino from our coffee shop will get you moving in the morning.

We have recently added a western style banquet room to hold all your party needs from birthdays, reunions, retirement, weddings, and holidays. The room has a full kitchen, 2 restrooms, one is ADA compliant, a 9-foot electric movie screen for movies, karaoke, slide shows and Wii games, satellite TV and an outdoor patio. Call us about booking a date for your next special event.

Don't have an RV to stay in? That's okay, our new upgraded deluxe kabins are equipped with cable TV and a fridge. Or for all the comforts, try our lodges complete with stove, microwave, bathroom, cable TV and a fridge. Just unwind, relax, build a fire and have some s'mores.

Located between Atlanta and Chattanooga, the Calhoun KOA makes a great overnight stop or plan to stay with us a few days and have a great time. There is so much to do in the area, such as exploring the new Echota Historic Site, boating on Carters Lake, shopping at the large Tanger outlet mall, or at one of the local antique stores.

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Cartersville / Cassville-White KOA
800 Cassville-White Road NW  Cartersville, Georgia
15 CampedThere Reviews

Whether you're seeking the quiet of a country campground or the "Hot-Lanta" attractions of one of America's most vivacious cities, this KOA has you covered. It offers quick and easy access from I-75, large pull thru sites and two huge pet-walk areas to help the whole family unwind from a road trip. With the red-rock rolling hills of northern Georgia surrounding you, you're a mere 45 to 50 freeway miles from Atlanta. Get out and explore the Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site, the 1880s covered bridge and Pickett's Mill Battlefield Historic Site or take a stroll through the Booth Western Art Museum and Weinman Mineral Museum. It's just a one-hour drive to Six Flags Over Georgia and Stone Mountain Park. Sample the historic charm of nearby Rome and Cartersville.

Cordele KOA
373 Rockhouse Road East  Cordele, Georgia
8 CampedThere Reviews

Experience big rig pull through sites at this campground, shaded by mature pecan and pine trees and just 4 miles from quaint, historic Cordele, the watermelon capital of the world. Enjoy local melons from the campground store in late June. With the campground's convenient location off I-75, you have easy access to many area attractions. Head for sparkling Lake Blackshear, an 8,700-acre boating, fishing and waterskiing haven. Hop on the SAM Shortline train to visit President Jimmy Carter's former campaign headquarters in Plains and his boyhood home in Archery. You'll pass fanciful Victorian architecture at Americus, once a bustling cotton exchange. The Andersonville National Historic Site, the location of the Confederate prison camp, lies 40 miles west.

Forsyth KOA
414 Frontage Road  Forsyth, Georgia
19 CampedThere Reviews

Though you'd never know it from the quiet country setting, the campground is convenient to the city services of Forsyth and a host of regional attractions. Sample true Southern hospitality in lively little villages. Explore lovely lakes, splashing waterfalls and rivers plump with catfish. Snap photos in charming Juliette, where Fried Green Tomatoes was filmed, then cool off on 3,600- acre Lake Juliette. Movie fans can relive Gone with the Wind at Jonesboro's Road to Tara Museum, less than an hour's drive. Visit Macon during its popular Cherry Blossom Festival for a burst of spring color. Gather your group at KOA's Rally Center with its full-service kitchen. Basketball, volleyball, pedal boats and more keep everyone busy.

Jacksonville North / St. Marys KOA
2970 Scrubby Bluff Road  Kingsland, Georgia
31 CampedThere Reviews

Magnificent Georgia pines greet you at this KOA less than 1/2 mile from the Florida border and St. Marys River. With easy on-off access from I-95 and plenty of spacious pull thru sites, it's an ideal stop on the way to and from the Sunshine State. If you decide to stay awhile and enjoy the Southeastern scenery, you'll find plenty to do. Walk the beach along the sun-warmed sands of Cumberland Island National Seashore, visit the historic waterfront town of St. Marys, explore the Okefenokee Swamp, play golf at Laurel Island Links (a Davis Love III course) or shop in Jacksonville. Back at KOA, take a dip in the large pool, check e-mail via free Wi-Fi or rent a movie from the campground's in-store selection. Groups can reserve the screened-in pavilion, complete with ceiling fans, tables, a grill and a smoker for perfect Southern barbecue.

Lookout Mtn. / Chattanooga West KOA
930 Mountain Shadows Drive  Trenton, Georgia
31 CampedThere Reviews

Where Strangers Become Friends

Lookout Mountain Chattanooga West KOA is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, with historic Lookout Mountain to the east and downtown Chattanooga only 15 minutes away. We offer 37 acres of native Appalachian forest with beautiful mountain views. Most of our sites are shaded under a wonderful canopy of beautiful native hardwoods and evergreens.

We also offer an exciting variety of activities and first class amenities with outstanding attractions only minutes away. We are the closest KOA to Rock City, Ruby Falls, Incline Railway, and downtown Chattanooga. Hike your way through 15 acres of forest and natural landscape. Cool down in our 56,000-gallon free form pool (depths ranging from 2.5 to 8.5 feet) and dry off under the southern sun on our large deck. Jump with your children on our Jumping Pad and feel like a kid again! Try your hand at gem stone panning (in season months only) or learn how to play Frisbee/Disc golf in our family practice activity field. Your pet will love our 1,200 square foot off-leash pet playground and obstacle course. Be the first one to score 1000 points on our Mini-Marshmallow Shooter "Shootin' Gallery". Stay in one of our heated/air conditioned rustic cabins or lodges, or camp under the canopy of the forest while enjoying a nice campfire.

Many guests stay at our campground when visiting the Southeast Linemans Training Center, Cloudland Canyon, Covenant College and Lookout Mountain Hang Gliding Center. These attractions are just minutes away from our location. We take pride in offering our campers the best service we have to offer to make their camping experience #1. Lookout Mountain/Chattanooga West KOA would like to invite you to come relax and unwind with us.

Pine Mountain Rv Resort
8804 Hamilton Rd  Pine Mountain, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Right outside Callaway Gardens®, take your ideal natural environment and mix it with your favorite hotel experience, and you have Pine Mountain -an RVC Outdoor Destination.

Savannah South KOA
4915 US 17 South  Richmond Hill, Georgia
55 CampedThere Reviews

Oh, Savannah! Who hasn’t heard about this gracious Southern belle of a city, filled with history and made even more famous by novelists? Set up camp here, then set out to explore Savannah’s charming historic district. Ride in a horse-drawn carriage or pick up a walking tour brochure so you can marvel at the more than 1,400 restored buildings. Tybee, Jekyll and Hilton Head islands are all nearby with gorgeous sands, championship golf, deep-sea fishing and other opportunities for fun.

Then return after a busy day of sightseeing to the quiet serenity of Savannah South KOA. Don't miss Mother Nature's show each night starting at dusk with the ibis, blue herons and egrets gathering on the island trees of our 35 acre lake! We have lots of spacious, easy in and out pull thrus, beautiful, shady back-in spaces on the lakefront, along with rustic one or two room kabins and a lodge situated near our lake, (please, no pets or smoking in kabins or lodge). We also offer a coin operated RV wash on-site and a sparking swimming pool too! Bring your poles and tackle because the fish are always biting and no license is required to fish in our lake. There is nothing more relaxing and beautiful than watching our hand raised swans and wide variety of waterfowl. We also have rental boats for your enjoyment.

Check in time is 1 p.m. for RV sites and 3 p.m. for kabins. Check out is noon for all sites. Come enjoy everything that Savannah has to offer!

Tifton KOA
4632 Union Road  Tifton, Georgia
8 CampedThere Reviews

Enjoy a longer stay or a short stop on your way to other destinations, such as Orlando, Florida, 300 miles away. Take a relaxing long walk around our campground's big open field and gaze at a picturesque Georgia sunset. Or you can take a dip in the pool and check out the two catch-and-release fishing ponds (with bass and catfish). Kids always have fun in the playground.

There are 55 pull-through sites (with both 30 and 50 amp service), a small general store, RV parts, propane, ice cream, laundry facilities, a clean bathhouse and a cozy, one-room air-conditioned/heated cabin. Nearby, the small country town of Tifton offers a snapshot of life during simpler times. No matter the length of your stay or what you choose to do, the one thing you'll find is impeccable service, from hookup help to community cookouts.

Valdosta / Lake Park KOA
5300 Jewel Futch Road  Lake Park, Georgia
1 CampedThere Reviews

Group and club rallies with live entertainment are a popular quarterly event at this KOA. With its convenient location, no wonder: It's just shy of the Georgia/Florida state line near the crossroads of Interstates 75 and 10 and next door to an RV dealership-the perfect place to fine-tune your rig while you fine-tune your relaxation skills. Read a book under the shade of mature mossy oaks or on the porch of your Kamping Kabin. Cast a line in the on-site pond. Cook dinner and relax in the picnic pavilion. Or head out to Wild Adventures, a theme park with coasters and waterslides.

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Bremen
106 King St  Bremen, Georgia
2 CampedThere Reviews

A Big Wheel Rv Park
6031 Charlie Smith Sr Hwy  St Marys, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

A H Stephens State Park
456 Alexander St SW  Crawfordville, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Allatoona Landing Inc
24 Allatoona Landing Rd SE  Cartersville, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Altamaha Regional Park
1605 Altamaha Park Rd  Brunswick, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Ashburn Inn & Rv Park
1971 North St  Ashburn, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Atlanta West Campgrounds
2420 Old Alabama Rd  Austell, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Atlanta-Marietta Rv Resort
1031 Wylie Rd SE  Marietta, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Bainbridge Flint River KOA
801 W Shotwell St  Bainbridge, Georgia
0 CampedThere Reviews

Bald Mountain Camping Resort
751 Gander Gap Rd  Hiawassee, Georgia
1 CampedThere Reviews

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