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A quiet country setting in the heart of Georgia, with the cosmopolitan offerings of Atlanta on one side, the musical heritage of Macon on the other, and the Hollywood fame of Juliette in the outskirts, is the unique selling point of Forsyth KOA. And there’s more. Active and retired military personnel get discounts. Roll into shaded and secluded spots under pine trees with up to 100' for a big rental RV, and you'll find full hookup sites or water/electric sites with 50/30 amp service suitable to your needs.
Connectivity throughout the campground varies. Some sites have cable and Wi-Fi connections, while others have cable only or are satellite-friendly. Pets are allowed in selected areas, but there's a dog park to let them loose. Children have a playground, too. Next to the on-site store, you will find restrooms, laundry facilities, and dump stations. There's a horseshoe pit nearby. Snacks, firewood, and propane are available on-site.
You'll have a range of options to stay active while in the RV park. Rent a bike, take a dip in the pool (May 1 to September 30), or cast a line in the fishing lake. Want to enjoy a round of mini-golf? You certainly can. You can also engage in basketball, badminton, and volleyball. Or you can try your luck buying a mining rough on-site and visit the Forsyth Mining Company to discover what treasure you have.
Forsyth is only within 90 minutes' drive of Atlanta, one of the most populous cities in Georgia, yet wilderness areas and historic sites are no more than an hour's drive away from town. Just 15 minutes' drive away when RV camping at Forsyth KOA, the Rum Creek Wildlife Management Area beckons visitors with canoe access, hiking and nature trails, and the 3,600-acre Lake Juliette. The Rum Creek WMA serves as a refuge for wintering waterfowl like teal, mallards, and lesser scaup. Deer, turkey, and coyote are also regularly sighted in the area.
Half an hour away by Forsyth camper rental lies the 35,000-acre Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge, home of the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker whose population the refuge seeks to bring to healthy levels. Other birdlife using the loblolly pine upland forest and the hardwood on the creek bottoms include the shy Bachman's sparrow and the Cooper's hawk. Beavers and otters also call the refuge home.
Book an RV in Monroe County, and you’ll be less than an hour’s drive from the Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, a prehistoric American Indian site that records 17,000 years of continuous human habitation. One of the largest archaeological digs in American history occurred here in the 1930s, uncovering 2.5 million artifacts that range from pottery, arrowheads, and spear points. Jewelry, bones, and stone tools were also found, some of which are on display at the Ocmulgee National Monument Museum. If you'd like to explore a bit, you have several hiking trails to choose from, from the 1/4-mile Dunlap Trail to the one-mile Opelofa Loop and the 1.75-mile Heritage Bike Trail (with a one-mile wheelchair-accessible section).
Forsyth's sumptuous tree-lined streets and antebellum houses survived Gen. Sherman's March to the Sea, and so did most of its historic buildings in the downtown area. Go on a self-guided walking tour of the historic downtown, starting at the town square, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The 1840's Stone Train Depot, the Confederate Cemetery, and the 1896 Monroe County Courthouse are just a few of the standout structures you will see on your walk around the city.
Spring and fall are exciting times to rent a camper near Forsyth KOA as there are a handful of festivals happening in and around the town during these seasons. Forsythia Festival is held annually the second weekend in March and features a children's fair, arts-and-crafts show, and live entertainment. Also in March, nearby Macon celebrates its ten-day Cherry Blossom Festival when the city transforms into a pink cotton-spun wonderland as 275,000 Yoshino cherry trees bloom. Come October, the Green Tomato Festival kicks off in Juliette (of Fried Green Tomatoes fame) when vintage art and handmade jewelry, along with fried green tomatoes, take center stage.
Forsyth KOA camping also puts you within an hour's drive of former President Roosevelt's Little White House built when he was governor of New York. In Warm Springs, the historic residence is preserved the way the president left it, showcasing a 1930's radio, his stagecoach, and the "Unfinished Portrait" that he posed for before his death in 1945. To learn more about FDR, his times, and his legacy, join a 90-minute guided tour offered on Saturdays.
Find a rental RV in Forsyth, Georgia to sample a bit of everything: history, heritage, culture, and nature. But to really experience it all, dig a bit deeper; it’ll be worth it.