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A pet-friendly RV park with a soft spot for horses, Tifton KOA is also partial to big rigs, if its 150-foot maximum pull-through sites are anything to go by. But Tifton campers with vehicles of all shapes and sizes are welcome. Whether you bring in a huge travel trailer or a tiny camper, you can have your choice of a full hookup site with either 50 or 30 amp service. Even better, a few of these sites are wheelchair-accessible.
The site types are either shaded by pecan trees or out in the open field so those who don’t get cable service can get satellite reception instead. Wi-Fi signal is strong in most parts of the campground, and if you can't find it in your spot, try at the recreation building. While the kids are at the playground, cast out a line for bream, bass, and catfish in the two catch-and-release ponds, throw a round of horseshoes, or explore the campground with a golf cart rental.
Aside from showers and restrooms, there's also a pool (open May 15-September 15) and a bathhouse. The laundry room is nearby. Whatever fuel type you require – firewood or propane – you'll find it here. And if you need anything else, or if your campervan rental needs parts, check the small general store for supplies. They even sell ice and ice cream.
When you're RV camping at Tifton KOA, the lakes and ponds of the Paradise Public Fishing Area in nearby Enigma draw anglers with largemouth bass, bluegill, and redear sunfish. Surrounded by slightly rolling hills, the area beckons hikers through forested land and open fields. Bring binoculars for regular sightings of wood storks and herons.
For water wonders beyond fishing, take your Tifton camper rental to Reed Bingham State Park, where a 375-acre lake awaits. Fishing for bass, crappie, and bream is excellent while canoeing and kayaking among fragrant water lilies appeal to the more adventurous. If you'd rather stay dry, explore the park's combined seven miles of hiking and biking trails that will allow you to see more of the area's flora and fauna like towering Southern magnolias, pitcher plants, and silky camellia. River otters, spotted turtles, and deer are often sighted along the Little River Trail.
If there’s one good reason to book an RV in Tift County, the 680-square mile Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge two hours' drive away should be it. Given its vast area, the refuge hosts a mosaic of habitats that are home to an equally diverse plant and animal life. American alligators, gopher tortoises, and sandhill cranes are "Oke's" regularly seen residents. And it's thanks to its large size that some parts of Okefenokee are rarely visited. Dare to venture on a wilderness canoe trip overnight (or several nights), as you can't possibly cover all of its 120-mile water trails in one go.
While Tifton is a leisure destination on the rise, its beginnings are deeply rooted in agriculture. Renting an RV in Tifton puts you close to the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village for an apt introduction to the Friendly City. Formerly called Agrirama, the museum and historic village is a 95-acre site with dozens of carefully relocated and faithfully restored or preserved structures to replicate an 1870's farm community, an 1890's farmstead, a rural town, and an industrial site complex. Cover more ground aboard the Vulcan Iron Works Steam Locomotive, and enjoy the views from the seat of an open rail car, or watch costumed docents perform daily duties of the time such as harvesting, spinning, and quilt-making.
For the artistically inclined, the Tifton Museum of Arts & Heritage is a must-see. Housed in a 1900 Romanesque brick church with stunning stained glass windows, the museum showcases quarterly professional exhibitions from a wide range of media like paintings, porcelain, and wood. Visit in the summer and take advantage of the museum's Kids at Art Camp where children 6 to 12 years of age get four days of art instruction using mediums that include not only the basics like painting and drawing, but also papier-mâché, jewelry making, and basket weaving.
The Peach State prides itself as home to some of the world's best BBQ (with some of the best joints in Atlanta), and they may be on to something. Rent a camper near Tifton KOA the first weekend of March to have your fill of spicy, smoky, or sweet chunks of meat during the annual Rhythm & Ribs BBQ Festival. There are professional and backyard BBQ competitions, arts and crafts, and plenty of live entertainment. The kids are not left out as there are several games – slides, rides and zip lines – to burn off extra calories.
Not many places cling to their roots, but Tifton is different. With its effort to preserve its folkways, it’s a place where you can truly walk back in time, hopefully without the baggage of the 21st century. Search for an RV rental in Tifton, Georgia today and experience the simple joys life has to offer.