Become one with nature during your stay at the full-service campgrounds in the area.

Become one with nature during your stay at the full-service campgrounds in the area.

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Near Lake Oconee
Near Lake Sinclair

Now offering 20 completely renovated and spacious cabins, Georgia’s second-largest state park offers a budget-friendly way to escape to the great outdoors with friends and family. All cabins include separate bedrooms, full kitchens, working fireplaces, and comfortable screened-in porches complete with rocking chairs. Not only can guests enjoy time outside at their own cozy firepits, but Hard Labor Creek State Park also features a popular golf course, two lakes, a sand beach, 20+ miles of trails for hiking, biking or horseback riding, putt-putt golf, and a robust events calendar during most seasons. Several cabins are pet-friendly, and there are even stable rentals for horses! Hard Labor creek also offers more than 50 tent, trailer, and RV campsites, group shelters, and pioneer campgrounds.

All aboard! A playful railroad theme is just a hint of the fun you’ll have at this one-of-a-kind KOA. The campground has 23 authentic railroad boxcars, club cars and cabooses dotted across 55 acres – and you can spend the night in one! With its own boat launch and slips, this KOA is a perfect base camp for boaters and anglers eager to get out on Lake Oconee, the region’s sparkling jewel. A 4,000-square-foot clubhouse allows groups to enjoy the lakefront setting, while the campground’s private white sand beach and two swimming pools make a big splash with the kids. This campground is open year-round so you can enjoy Lake Oconee whenever you are ready!

85 acres. Beaches, camping, boat ramps, RV stations, pavilion, and restrooms.

118,000 acres, campsites, hunting, picnic, horseback riding, viewing areas, 15 miles of trails for motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles.

Shut down your phone and be one with nature at this beautiful, full-service campground. At Old Salem primitive campsites, you’ll find peace and tranquility, and enjoy lovely scenery and nearby communities that are steeped in history. There’s something fun for the whole outdoorsy family including day-use picnic areas, swimming beach and playground, boat ramp, grill and pavilion for events and reunions.

Camping is the perfect activity to recharge your batteries and remember what is truly important in life. There are few better places in Georgia to camp and experience nature than at Parks Ferry Campground. Offering full-service campgrounds and primitive sites, its amenities include an outdoor sports area, picnicking pavilion, grill, boat launching ramp, children’s playground and more.

Near Lake Sinclair

Crooked Creek Marina is offering campgrounds for those visiting Lake Sinclair, Milledgeville, Eatonton, and surrounding areas! Ten RV sites, eight primitive sites, and six tent sites are available with daily, weekly, or bi-weekly bookings. Grills, picnic tables and fire-pits are offered during your stay and there’s also a brand new playground.

44 tent or RV sites for camping, open mid-April through mid-December, bath and shower facilities available, boat ramp, lake beach, swimming and a playground.

Located directly of Hwy 441 between Eatonton and Milledgeville, this camping facility and marina features 130 RV sites with water, electricity, sewer and cable TV. Tent camping is also allowed.  All sites have 50/30/20 AMP service and there is also an on-site restaurant (Campers receive 10% off) and weekend foot stands that serve breakfast and lunch. Amenities include docks, gas pumps, beer, ice, pontoon rentals & propane refill stations.

28 campsites, 38 permanent rented campsites, four rental cabins, boat ramp, lake beach, marina camp store and pavilion.

Scenic Mountain RV Park and Campground is a 112-acre gem hidden in the hills south of Milledgeville. 76 campsites with paved roads and concrete patios, provide the perfect, tranquil getaway with stunning views across Milledgeville’s historic hills. This clean, family friendly stop welcomes all types of RVs and pop-up campers. A grassy area is located next to each gravel site with a picnic table, ring fire pit, Wifi access, 32 channel cable TV, a water system, sewer, and 30 and 50 amp circuits. A newly renovated bath house with climate control is located on the grounds. A secure RV and boat storage area are also available on the grounds for guests looking for an extended stay. The grounds include amenities such as a fenced dog run, a laundry facility, dog washing station, a saltwater pool and kiddie pool, sand volleyball court, basketball, playground, six fishing ponds and seven nature trails that are almost 5 miles long and are good for walking, hiking or biking. A little waterfall can be found along the way and a rushing creek runs alongside the RV sites. The pavilion stands as another main source of entertainment at the park. Live music fills the air most Saturday nights and often features country and folk style songwriters. Programs are also available at the camp and taught by many of the retired guests who want to share their gifts with others. This includes things such as painting, Bingo, jewelry making and glass etching. In addition to camp sites, guests may also rent a cabin, tiny house or RV.