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When you are starting your search for an RV in Early County, you’ll need a home base, and you will enjoy the Kolomoki Mounds Campground in Blakely. The campground is in the Kolomoki Mounds State Park and therefore offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, cultural and nature-based programming, and more. The park has concessions, a grocery and gift shop, and WiFi in the park office. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, a dump station, and access to potable water.
Sites in the RV campground are available with back-in or pull-through access. Sites offer 30 amp electrical and water hookups, picnic tables, fire rings, and grills. Pets are welcome.
There is plenty to do, see, and play with at the Kolomoki Mounds State Park where you’ll be staying with your Blakely camper rental. Two lakes provide opportunities for fishing and boating. Canoes, kayaks, and pedal boats are available for rent. You can also enjoy miniature golf, swimming with a sand beach, five miles of hiking trails, a playground, picnic shelters, and geocaching. Spruce Pine Trail is part of Georgia’s Southern Rivers Birding Trail. You won’t have to go far to have a good time in the great outdoors here.
You can also visit the Miller County Wildlife Management Area when you rent a camper near the Kolomoki Mounds Campground. This 6,300-acre area is home to Bachman’s sparrows, gopher tortoises, deer, turkey, waterfowl, and small game. Several priority species live here. The Mayhaw Shooting Range in the wildlife management area is a 100-yard range. Other recreational activities here include hiking, wildlife viewing and photography, and geocaching. Archery, primitive, and firearm hunting is permitted. This undeveloped area allows you to experience the great outdoors as it once was and is meant to be. Don’t miss the chance to appreciate it while you are here.
Seminole State Park is also well worth a visit when you camp in an RV near Blakely. This park sits on Lake Seminole, which offers a sand beach, swimming, paddling, boating, fishing, and more. Canoes and kayaks are available for rent. There are also picnic shelters and facilities along the lake’s edge. Gopher tortoises, alligators, ducks, osprey, deer, bald eagles, and other wildlife make their homes here. Recreational activities include miniature golf, nature trails, hiking, water skiing, bird watching, and geocaching. Special events and educational programming for all ages include the Constellation Kayak Cruise, the Sunset Snapshot Paddle, the Fishing Float, and the Flower Float.
Kolomoki Mounds State Park, where you’ll be staying with your campervan rental, has plenty to do, see, and learn. This is the oldest, largest Woodland Indian site in the southeast and was occupied between about 350 and 750 CE. It contains the state’s oldest great temple mound, which is 57 feet high. The self-guided Indian Mounds Tour Trail takes you through seven mounds and a cemetery with interpretive signage along the way. The park also includes a museum built around an excavated mound. The museum features an educational film and numerous artifacts from the mounds. There is also a gift shop with park merchandise and souvenirs. WiFi is available in the park office.
If you’re looking for some big-city attractions and amenities while camping at the Kolomoki Mounds Campground, head over to Albany. This city combines the charm of the antebellum South, the cultural significance of Native American heritage, natural beauty, and a contemporary awareness. The Thronateeska Heritage Center features science and history museums as well as a planetarium. There is a life-size statue of Ray Charles downtown.
The Albany arts scene is lively with an art museum, a ballet company, a live theater ensemble, and a symphonic orchestra. Special events that take place here every year include Symphony Sundays, the Albany Seafood Festival, a Traditional Skills Gathering, and the Celebration of Lights Christmas Parade. Albany is known as “where history and nature flow,” and you will want to experience the best of both of those. Make sure to check out the Albany Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Georgia Department of Economic Development to learn the latest news about area events, attractions, happenings, and tourist information.
When you camp in an RV near Blakely, you’ll have your choice of area restaurants including family-friendly home cooking, contemporary and classic Southern cuisine, authentic barbecue, pizza, grill fare, and familiar fast-casual chains. You’ll need to fill up your tank as well as your body and any of the area’s service stations, truck stops, or convenience stores will be able to supply either gasoline or diesel fuel as needed.