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They have recently repaved all the roads in the kampground. There are some tight turns for inexpereinced drivers of big rigs or large TTs, but overall it is easy to navigate. A few signs would help, though. Road noise at front of the kampground id...More
Showed up about 5 looking for a rv site overnight. Office people nice as was everyone and they brought us warm cookies. Very helpful workers. Only problem, the sites are gravel (somewhat mostly pine needles) and uneven had bumps and hard to walk on. Right...More
I booked online for "KOA Members Appreciate Weekend" when I found out we had to leave Myrtle Beach due to Hurricane Florence. I received an email confirming my two nights were paid in full. Upon arriving they informed me I would have to pay for...More
The Park was absolutely gorgeous with lots of shade (or not if you prefer full sun), a wonderful fenced dog park and a large mini-golf course. There was a large pond with a gaggle of geese. The geese were fun to watch because they had...More
Perhaps because I reserved a cabin so late (same day), I was given one of the "far" cabins. #3. So as I relaxed on the cabin's bench, instead of having an awesome view of the little pond with the fountain in the middle, I had...More
Halfway between musically rich Macon and cosmopolitan Atlanta - and with easy access to I-75 - this KOA lies in the heart of Georgia. Though you'd never know it from the quiet country setting, the campground is …Moreconvenient to the city services of Forsyth and a host of regional attractions. Sample true Southern hospitality in lively 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 Cherry Blossom Festival for a burst of spring color. Gather your group at KOA's rally center with its full-service kitchen. Basketball, volleyball and pedal boats keep everyone busy. Early spring to late fall (Fridays/Saturdays), the Forsyth KOA Express Train provides free late evening narrated tours of the city of Forsyth. Email: ke123@ Less