2018 Crossroads Zinger
2018 Crossroads Zinger
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Is it a camping vacation that you’re after, where you can spend some time in the sun both relaxing and going on adventures? Then you should probably book an RV in Coffee County and go camping at General Coffee Campground. You see, at this RV park, located in General Coffee State Park, you can have one of those idyllic camping trips that you’ve always dreamed about. You know, where you’ll wake up in the morning to children laughing at the playground, and where you can hike on trails running through beautiful nature and just relax and be yourself for a while. Read a book, play some cards, and just have a great time with your loved ones.
When RV camping at General Coffee Campground, you can go fishing and boating, biking, and even do some archery just outside your motorhome rental front door, and if you’re into geocaching, you’re going to love this place. And so will the rest of your family, especially when they find out about the restrooms, showers and laundry, and the camp store. You’ll also be able to choose a site that’s pull-through or has full hookups, and also wheelchair-friendly ones.
You’ll be parked at an amazing RV campground, yes, but that doesn’t mean that you should stick around your campsite at General Coffee Campground the whole stay. Drive around the area and make a stop at the nearby city of Nicholls, or just admire the lovely views of the open fields shimmering in green and gold with rivers running past them. Play some golf, make a day trip to the ocean, or give the cities of Douglas, Alma, Pearson, and Waycross a visit. Experience a little taste of the countryside or have some small-town fun, it’s up to you how you spend your camping vacation.
If you think that you’ve seen all of General Coffee State Park already, then you’re probably mistaken. Other than the trails, fishing, and archery, you can rent bikes and explore the part of two wheels, check out one - or several of the educational programs, or get a pedal-boat rental and go on an adventure on the water. See if you can spot an indigo snake or gopher tortoise, and if you want to get even closer to some animals, you can visit the Heritage Farm and see a little bit of agricultural history. Visit a log cabin, tobacco barn, and a cane mill and say hi to goats, pigs, and donkeys.
If you want to combine your outdoor recreation with a visit to Douglas, then head there with your RV rental and check out one of the several parks in the city. Find the one with the best playgrounds, or the best trails, or the best picnic shelters - or you can try them all once you’re there. Find some fields where you can play some sports or courts for tennis or basketball. Once you’ve had enough physical activity for now, just wander around the pretty landscape or sit down on the grass and just enjoy the sun. The best part about being within Douglas might just be that it’s not far to an ice cream store.
Should you, on the other hand, want to get as far from cities and their noise as possible, then it’s time to hop into your Nicholls RV rental and type Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge into your GPS. Once there, you can marvel at the pristine wilderness that is said to be an ecological wonder while walking on the boardwalk through swamp prairies and past longleaf pine. Go bird and wildlife watching, do some fishing, or hit the waters in a kayak. You might even spot an alligator.
When you rent a camper near General Coffee Campground, you’ll have history all around you and be able to visit sites such as the beautiful Ashley-Slater House, and museums like the Heritage Station Museum where you can see an array of collections of military, agricultural, and African-American items and artifacts. Next up is World War II Flight Training Museum, where pilots were taught about flying and got hands-on experience with the aircraft.
There are more museums, of course, but you can also drive your camper rental to one of the local, family-owned farms where you can buy incredibly fresh produce - or perhaps even pick it yourself. Munch on your goodies right away or bring some back to friends and family so they can experience a little piece of southern Georgia as well. If you want to have some old-school fun, there’s both bowling and a cinema in Douglas where you can kill a couple of hours.
Have you started your search for an RV rental in Nicholls yet? No? Then you know what to do for the next few minutes - unless you want to miss out on an absolutely amazing RV camping vacation, that is.