Halfway between musically rich Macon and cosmopolitan Atlanta-and with easy access to I-75-the Forsyth KOA lies in the heart of Georgia.
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 convenient 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. Basketball, tether ball and pedal boats keep everyone busy. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Pool: May 1 - Labor Day. Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: Ken & Mary Ann Bowman purchased Forsyth KOA Journey in 1996. Sadly we lost both of them in 2019. Siblings Debra Bowman and Chris Bowman are now the owners of Forsyth KOA Journey.