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If you’re looking for a family-friendly RV park, camping at Cordele KOA certainly won’t disappoint. The campground boasts a seasonal swimming pool (open from the start of May until the beginning of October), a playground, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, pet walks, and a dog park. If you want to stay connected while camping, there’s free Wi-Fi throughout the campground as well as cable TV hookups at most campsites. Forgot something at home? RV camping at Cordele KOA means that you’ll have access to firewood and propane sales, a camp store, and a Kamping Kitchen if you want to whip up something that’s not campfire or propane stove-friendly.
The sites at Cordele KOA are as varied as your campervan rental options. Need a full hookup site? There are spots with 30 and 50 amp electrical service as well as others with just 30 amps. Will a partial hookup site suffice? They’re available in 30/50 amp, 30 amp, and 20 amp. All sites have a fire pit and a picnic table. After a long day of adventuring and exploring, do a load of laundry at the on-site laundromat while you freshen up in the bathhouses with warm showers.
But of course, most people don’t reserve an RV rental just to stay in the campground, so you’ll be pleased to find that there are multiple attractions in the area when you book a Cordele camper rental. At Cordele KOA, you’ll be just a few minutes from Downtown Cordele, the watermelon capital of the world. Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park interprets military actions from the Revolutionary through the Gulf War and is home to a large lake for fishing and boating. Professional golf courses abound. Opportunities to engage in outdoor recreation are plentiful. Whether you’re seeking an active and adventurous vacation or a relaxing getaway, Cordele KOA camping will certainly deliver.
Georgia Veterans State Park is a large state park with a private golf course, a military museum, and picnic facilities. The park pays homage to the veterans who fought from the Revolutionary War until now. Perhaps the main attraction at Georgia Veterans State Park is the military museum. Visitors can learn about our nation’s heroes via indoor exhibits, helicopters, artillery, tanks, and other military memorabilia. In addition to the museum, the park has over four miles of nature trails, an 18-hole golf course, a sandy beach on the shores of Lake Blackshear, three playgrounds, a hummingbird and butterfly garden, and much more. There’s also an RV campground with partial hookups, a laundromat, and a comfort station.
Not too far away in Albany, Georgia, visitors can explore the underwater worlds of the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers at the Flint RiverQuarium. The 54,000-square-foot aquarium is located on the banks of the Flint River and highlights the area’s ecosystems. Explore interactive exhibits, come face-to-face with native fish and creatures, or participate in programs such as alligator feedings, dive shows, and animal presentations. It’s a nice way to spend time outdoors when you rent a camper near Cordele KOA.
Chehaw Park is another place with something for the entire family. With more than 700 acres of conservation land and a zoo dedicated to education, this south Georgia park was founded almost 80 years ago. The park houses hundreds of animals in natural exhibits, a splash park, a BMX and RC racing track, a disc golf course, a train ride that takes visitors on a scenic tour of the park, and mountain bike trails. Offering something for your whole family, Chehaw Park is a great place to visit when you decide to book an RV rental to stay at Cordele KOA.
Cotton farming has been a way of life and a major part of south Georgia’s culture for centuries. You can learn more about it when you visit the Georgia State Cotton Museum in nearby Vienna. The museum is housed in a 125-year-old school house and outlines the history of cotton. You’ll be able to see relevant artifacts including farm tools, a bale of cotton, periodicals, and cotton bolls (not balls). You can also learn about how local farmers controlled insects, dealt with planting, and waited for the money-making white fluff to appear.
History buffs who book an RV in Crisp County might enjoy a trip along the Andersonville Trail, just a 45-minute drive away when you’re camping at Cordele KOA. The trail features an array of antique shops, historic homes, museums, and local Southern cuisine. Along the trail, you’ll encounter the Andersonville National Historic Site, a Confederate prison where 13,000 Union soldiers perished. There's also an active cemetery for prisoners of war throughout the nation’s history.
You can also tour the Georgian countryside in a 1949 vintage train car when you park the RV rental and hop aboard the Historic Sam Shortline Railroad. The train passes through pecan groves, picturesque farmlands, and four quaint towns with exciting attractions, shopping, and restaurants. Stopping in Leslie, Americus, Plains, and Archery, you can get off at any one of the stations or even spend the night at one of the local hotels and hop back onboard the following day.
Whether you come for the history, the cuisine, the culture, or something else, start creating memories by booking an RV rental in Cordele, Georgia.