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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Those looking to do a little adventuring in the wilds of Georgia will enjoy RV camping at Lake Oconee/Greensboro KOA, a great middle ground. The location provides easy access to many of Georgia’s natural playgrounds as well as an easy drive into Atlanta. When you rent a travel trailer near Lake Oconee/Greensboro KOA, you will be able to choose from the campground's wide variety of RV sites to set yourself up for an ideal RV camping scenario. With your choice of back-in or pull-through access, and full hookup or water/electric sites with either 30 or 50 amp service, you will find something that fits your camper rental needs.
It can get rather hot and humid in Georgia, but this KOA has prepared for that. After your day of exploring the natural beauty of Georgia, you can return to the RV park and cool off in one of the on-site pools, bask in the sun on the beach along Lake Oconee, or burn up some energy at one of the sports courts or miniature golf course. No matter how you plan to spend your downtime at Lake Oconee/Greensboro KOA, you won't have a dull moment (unless you want one).
When you book an RV in Greene County, you will get to see the natural side of the American South. You can explore lakes, forests, and gaze up and see the night sky without much light interference. With a world of opportunities awaiting you in The Peach State, pick up your Greensboro motorhome rental and start on your Georgia adventure.
Just on the northern border of Lake Oconee/Greensboro KOA is Oconee National Forest in Madison. You can take a hike along the shores of the Apalachee River or relax on the shores of Lake Oconee. You can rent a canoe or kayak and explore the expansive waterways of the park and see the forest from another angle. If you’re traveling with kids, you can head out on your own treasure hunt and partake in a geocaching adventure. Just bring your own little trinket, and when you eventually find the little treasure box, you can swap it out for something new.
A little west of the KOA is the Hard Labor Creek State Park in Rutledge. If you’re traveling to Georgia in the warmer months, you can enjoy the swimming beach at Lake Rutledge or instead, rent a motorized boat or kayak to explore the lake and its shores. If you’d rather view the park in a sporty way, you can indulge in a game of golf at the 18-hole course or even a game of footgolf. Or, you can enjoy the couple of hiking trails that run around the park.
Wildlife enthusiasts can spend some time at the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge in Gray. You can head out over the trails that lead you through the park, and if you’re lucky, you’ll catch a glimpse of one of the resident critters. You might get to see some rare woodpeckers, otters, or even a bobcat. With three distinct wildlife habitats to explore, including the rare pine savanna, you will get a true sense of the Georgia wilderness.
Those who enjoy going off the beaten path will appreciate a visit to The Old Gaol. The old building dates back to 1807. It was used as a jail for almost 100 years and was considered to be one of the worst jails in the area. You can learn about the jail's past and the practices of the 1800s when you visit this historic structure.
For something on the lighter side, you can spend part of your day at the Rogers House Museum. The historic Victorian house offers visitors a look into what life would’ve been like in the late 1800s. You will be able to see furnishings, artifacts, and artwork from the period, and you can even take a tour.
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia is just a short drive north of the RV park and is a wonderful place for a contemplative stroll. You can meander through the different gardens and learn about the local flora, various flowers from around the world, and even different fruits and vegetables. The garden also hosts a wide variety of events focused on educating people of all ages.
When it's time to restock and refuel while you're RV camping, you'll find plenty of gas stations around Lake Oconee/Greensboro KOA; however, you may need to travel a little bit farther to find large grocery stores.
And when you're touring The Peach State with an RV rental, make sure you sit down to a freshly baked slice of peach pie or peach cobbler. Just about any local diner will have this sweet treat, and it will be the perfect end to your day.