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Has a camping trip in Georgia been staring at you from the top of your to-do list for a while now, and you can’t wait to actually visit the gorgeous state once and for all? If so, what you need to do is to book an RV in Jenkins County so that you can spend your vacation camping at Magnolia Springs Campground in a truly beautiful environment full of great things to do. If you’re here for the hiking, there are plenty of trails for that, and if it’s fishing that’s your passion just head to the lake. If you belong in the group with people who just want to sit back, relax, and just enjoy the moment, then you can do that too. Just send the kids off to one of the playgrounds or for a walk with the dog, and start planning what to put on the grill later.
RV camping at Magnolia Springs Campground is both a beautiful and exciting experience, and it’s also a comfortable one. Just look at the restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities that you can use in case you got ketchup on your pants or your kid had a little accident involving chocolate ice cream. You can choose a site with either electric or full hookups with 30/50 amp service, and some sites are pull-through, anything to make your stay at Magnolia Springs Campground as good as possible.
You don’t have to keep your camper rental at Magnolia Springs Campground your whole stay; if you do, you’ll miss out on all the other fantastic things to do in the area. Visit the nearby city of Millen or drive to Sylvania, Waynesboro, Swainsboro, and Statesboro, unless you want to go big and spend a day in Augusta, or even Savannah by the coast. You could also choose to remain close to your RV campground and explore all the history, art, wineries, and historic places, especially the Revolutionary and Civil War sites.
If you’ve wondered how Magnolia Springs State Park got its name, then wonder no more because it’s time to visit the springs, full of cool, crystal-clear water. There’s a boardwalk spanning the springs, from which you’ll get a good view of alligators, turtles, and other wildlife that live near the water. Finish the three-mile loop and get a t-shirt from the Muddy Spokes Club, or go check out the area once known as Camp Lawton, which served as “the world’s largest prison” during the Civil War. Go geocaching, fish in the lake, or rent a canoe or kayak so you can explore the wonderful nature from the water.
There’s another unique landscape not far from your Millen camper rental as well, namely George L Smith State Park. The serenity here assures you that this area is secluded and the perfect place to find some inner peace, and if not, the cypress and tupelo trees draped in Spanish moss growing in the glimmering blackwater will definitely do the trick. Rent a single or double-seated tandem kayak to explore the landscape and perhaps spot a blue heron or white ibis, or go hiking, biking, and picnicking on dry land. Who knows, you might stumble upon a beaver dam.
You’ve seen beautiful water, but perhaps you haven’t done enough fishing yet. If that’s the case, then drive your rental RV to Hamburg State Park for some excellent angling for largemouth bass, crappie, and bream. Go out of a boat, or stand on the fishing pier. If you’d prefer looking for other kinds of animals, then take a walk around, and you might encounter a deer, raccoon, turtle, and maybe an alligator - in which case it better be brief.
The state parks are great sources for knowledge about the area, but if you want to know more, you can always park your RV rental in Millen and take a walk around the Historic District made up of commercial buildings on Cotton Avenue as well as some side streets. Another excellent place to get a little history lesson is the Jenkins County Museum with tools, cotton mill equipment, and Native American artifacts on display.
For anyone who likes trains and the railway, Millen is somewhat of a goldmine with up to 15 trains passing through the city every day. The terminal serves as a switching station, so it’s the ideal place to sit down, relax, and do some trainspotting. If all the waiting has made you hungry, just pop into a café or get some fast food, or you could have a delicious meal at one of the barbecue restaurants.
Few places are as exciting yet so peaceful as the RV campground in Magnolia Springs State Park and its surroundings, so if that sounds good to you, you know what to do.