Americus KOA

“It's not how you Drive but Where you Arrive” Americus KOA at Brickyard Plantation is where you will enjoy a “Big Rig” friendly campground with full hookups and play unlimited FREE Golf, Foot Golf and Disc Golf.

You'll quickly discover the golfing pleasures of this campground that comes with its own Sottish links-style regulation course. Play a round on the walk-friendly course, or try a variation of the traditional game with foot golf or disc golf. It's all free for registered guests! Enjoy the mild winter weather at this KOA's peaceful country setting, along with its big, wide Pull-Thru RV Sites. Not a golfer? Nearby attractions include the Andersonville National Historic Site, President Jimmy Carter's boyhood home at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site and Habitat for Humanity International's Global Village & Discovery Center. Explore Providence Canyon State Outdoor Recreation Area (Georgia's Little Grand Canyon) on miles of trails with striking views of gullies up to 150 feet deep. Max pull thru: 100 feet.

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 100' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Fishing
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

KOA Journey

KOA Journey Campgrounds

KOA Journey campgrounds are the perfect oases after a day on the road. Whether it’s along the way or a quick getaway, they’ve got you covered. Located near the highways and byways of North America with long Pull-thru RV Sites, they deliver convenience to the traveling camper. Pull in, ease back and take a load off.

KOA Journeys Feature:

  • Pull-through RV Sites with 50-amp service
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Well lit after hours check-in service

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Local Area

Andersonville National Historic Site

Civil War prison and cemetery

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Jimmy Carter National Historic Park, Plains GA

The home of the 39th President, Jimmy Carter.

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Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park

Open daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm.  Two museums are located within the park.  The indoor exhibit interpret military actions from the Revolutionary War through the Gulf War.  The outdoor exhibit houses aircraft, armored vehicles and guns from World War 1 through Vietnam.

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Lake Blackshear

Touching five counties and covering some 8700 acres, Lake Blackshear is a natural habit for many species of fish and wildlife.  From fishing to boating and water-skiing, the outdoor enthusiast will find entertainment year-round.Lake Blackshear is a man-made lake on the Flint River in Georgia created by a dam that was constructed from 1925 to 1930.The Crisp County Power Dam, also known as the Warwick Dam, was the first county owned, constructed, and operated power dam in the United States, requiring an amendment to the Georgia State Constitution to make the project legally possible.[1] It came online in August, 1930, under the authority of the Crisp County Power Commission.[2]The lake is approximately 20 miles (32 km) long and varies in width, but is rarely more than one mile (1.6 km) wide; it covers approximately 8,500 acres (34 km2). It was named for David Blackshear, the founder of Fort Early. When the dam was constructed, little effort was made to cut the trees that would soon be underwater. It was believed that the trees would soon die and decompose once submerged. While this was true for many of the trees, there are still many living Cypress trees in the middle of the lake and there are still many dead trees that have not fallen down.

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