KOA Campgrounds in Georgia

Discover Georgia From the Comfort of a KOA Campground

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Camping in Georgia

From its agricultural roots to its thriving contemporary culture, you won't want to miss what Georgia has to offer. Honoring its past while looking to the future, anywhere you go in Georgia is a pleasant mixture of historic sites, beautifully maintained natural wonders and exciting cities. With locations throughout the state, KOA provides a convenient, clean and fun place to stay that will make for an unforgettable trip.

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Popular Georgia Attractions

  • Savannah Historic District
  • Callaway Gardens
  • Road to Tara Museum
  • Andersonville National Historic Site
  • Tybee Island Lighthouse and Museum
  • Amicalola Falls

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Americus KOA Journey
Americus, GA
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Blue Ridge / Toccoa River KOA Holiday
Blue Ridge, GA
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Cordele KOA Journey
Cordele, GA
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Forsyth KOA Journey
Forsyth, GA
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Hartwell Lakeside KOA Holiday
Hartwell, GA
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Hiawassee KOA Holiday
Hiawassee, GA
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Jacksonville North / St. Marys KOA Holiday
Kingsland, GA
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Greensboro, GA
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Trenton, GA
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Richmond Hill, GA
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Lodging Options at KOA Campgrounds in Georgia

One of the many reasons visitors to Georgia choose KOA is the variety of lodging options. You can go for a more traditional camping trip with a tent, or try something with the comforts of home. Some of the choices you'll find at Georgia campgrounds include:

  • Tent Sites: There's plenty of great outdoors to enjoy in Georgia, and what better way to experience it than with traditional tent camping? You'll love pitching your tent under the stars while still enjoying the campground's many amenities, such as nearby bathrooms with hot showers.
  • Camping Cabins: Leave the gear at home and rent a Camping Cabin. It has a rustic vibe while allowing you some respite from the elements. Plus, you'll enjoy electricity, beds and often additional features.
  • Deluxe Cabins: Deluxe Cabins are similar to Camping Cabins, but with additional amenities that you'll love. You'll get your own private bathroom along with a kitchenette and a TV.
  • RV Sites: While exploring Georgia in your RV, it's essential to have a reliable campground to park your RV at for a great night's sleep. Guests appreciate the electric/water hookups, waste disposal, 30- and 50-amp service and more. You can even upgrade to one of the KOA Patio® Sites if they're available.
  • More Unique Lodging: For a unique camping experience, explore our other lodging options. Airstream trailers, Glamping Tents and more — just check individual campgrounds to see what's available, as not all campgrounds offer these options.

Benefits of Staying With KOA in Georgia

KOA loves hosting families, friends and individuals who wish to explore everything the Peach State has to offer. They're dedicated to providing the best possible experience. Not only are the campsites affordable, but the KOA team is committed to providing outstanding customer service at every turn. Plus, you can take advantage of great amenities like:

  • KOA stores for last-minute needs
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Clean bathrooms complete with hot water
  • Playgrounds for younger campers
  • And much more

Many of our campgrounds also have additional features and planned, family-friendly activities for everyone to enjoy.

Attractions You'll Love in Georgia

If you're already planning a visit to Georgia, chances are you know how great the state is. But just in case you haven't heard, there are tons of incredible things to do and see in this southern coastal state. Experience genteel old world charm in Savannah or the bustling life in ever-changing Atlanta with the acclaimed Georgia Aquarium.

Want to get away from the city life? That's no problem. KOA's local campgrounds give you access to some of the most beautiful natural wonders, including 2,400-foot Lookout Mountain where you can see neighboring states: Tennessee and Alabama. Plus, the region is rich with history, most notably Civil War battlegrounds galore.

Make Your Reservation at a Georgia KOA Campground

We value your time, which is why we try to make the reservation process as simple as possible. Once you're ready to begin your Georgia adventure at one of KOA's campgrounds, reserve your spot on the user-friendly website. Happy camping!

FAQs for Camping in Georgia

Georgia is a great year-round destination, but there are a few months that stand out as the best months to visit. The weather in Georgia can be a bit temperamental due to the heavy rainfall, so planning your trip around months where the weather is most difficult can help you make the most of your trip. The best time to visit Georgia is from April-May and September-November. During these months, the weather is mild and the crowds are small. You'll avoid the summer heat and the freezing winter temperatures. If you're looking for something fun to do during spring break, you can explore Georgia's fairs and festivals.

Georgia is an appealing place to visit due to all of the attractions it has to offer. From beautiful beaches to historic sites, there's fun things to do for everyone. Let's check out the top attractions in Georgia to help you plan your visit to the "Peach State."

One of the most popular attractions is the Georgia Aquarium. This aquarium is the world's fourth largest aquarium with more than 100,000 aquatic animals. Another top attraction is the Atlanta Botanical Garden next to Piedmont Park right in Midtown Atlanta. No matter what season you plan your visit, here is always something in bloom.

If you're searching for a historical site, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site includes the birthplace and grave of this famous civil rights leader. It's a self-guided tour where you can see the house where Dr. King was born.

When packing to visit Georgia, make sure to include your binoculars, hiking boots and a bathing suit so you can set out for Georgia's great outdoor adventures. Georgia's beautiful scenic trails are perfect for hiking and camping. A few of the most popular outdoor adventures are the Appalachian Trail, Raven Cliff Falls Trail, Yonah Mountain Trail and Cumberland Island.

Another popular outdoor activity is biking. Atlanta's BeltLine provides a network of public parks along a 22-mile corridor that passes through downtown Atlanta. If you're a thrill-seeker or adrenaline junkie, there are numerous extreme challenges to cross off your bucket-list such as zip lining, hang gliding, skydiving or ATV riding. Georgia is home to the world's longest zip line course at Banning Mills.

With 11 national parks, Georgia is home to beautiful scenery and landscape. A lot of this beauty can be seen inside of Georgia's national parks.

One of the most well-known national parks is the Appalachian Trail. There are numerous entrance points making the trail accessible for section hikers. The Appalachian Trail contains some of the most picturesque peaks such as Springer Mountain, Blood Mountain, and Tray Mountain.

Another popular national park is the Chattahoochee National Forest. This park follows a 48-mile stretch of the river from Northwest Atlanta to Lake Lanier. The 10,550-acre park offers opportunities for hiking, fishing, camping, biking, birdwatching, and much more. Some of the other top parks are Cumberland Island National Seashore, Andersonville National Historic Site, and Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park.

One of the most popular state parks in Georgia is Cloudland Canyon State Park located in northwest Georgia. It overlooks the deep gorge on the western edge of Lookout Mountain and holds some of the best waterfalls and camping in Georgia.

Another popular state park is Tallulah Gorge State Park. While it's not the Grand Canyon, it showcases one of the most breathtaking canyons in the eastern United States. It's home to waterfalls, trails, rapids, and so much more. There's something for all outdoor enthusiasts.

A few of the other all-time favorite trails in the parks are Amicalola Falls State Park, Sweetwater Creek White Trail, and Skidaway Island Sandpiper & Avian Loop Trails. Not only do these parks have the most scenic trails, they also have numerous campsites for a great multi-day adventure.

As a southern state, there's no surprise that barbecue is the most well-known food in Georgia. However, when you immerse yourself in the foodie culture you'll discover the diverse culinary experiences in Georgia. Three of the most iconic foods in Georgia are pimento cheese, peaches, and fried chicken. The restaurants in Georgia bring local delicacies and unique cuisines straight to your plate.

One of the most popular barbecue restaurants in Georgia is Southern Soul Barbecue. Choose from indoor and outdoor seating and try the delicious pulled pork, beef brisket, and burnt nds. It's truly a barbecute lovers dream.

Another popular restaurant is The Dillard House Restaurant that is all-you-can-eat style which allows you to sample the entire range of food on the menu. This is the perfect restaurant to test out different must-try Georgia foods. A few of the other top restaurants are Bones Restaurant, Spring Restaurant, and Canoe.

If you decide to camp in Georgia, you get to choose your own adventure. All of the state parks and national forests allow you to enjoy the great outdoors while exploring different campgrounds and attractions. If you choose to set up your tent at a campsite in Georgia, you can explore miles of hiking and biking trails, scenic overlooks, beautiful waters, and forests. You could also choose to camp closer to beaches for boating, fishing, and water activities.

The different trails, lakes, and mountains offer the perfect conditions for a camping trip filled with endless adventure. With all the trails throughout Georgia, you won't have to travel far for a hike when you unzip your tent!

Georgia Campgrounds Map

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