Campgrounds and RV Parks


Camping Areas and RV Parks located no further than 10 miles from an I-75 exit are listed below. These listing run north to south. Individual exits show intersecting routes and cities and towns accessible from that exit.

Exit Exit Description Exit Services
350 GA 2, Battlefield Parkway, Ft. Oglethorpe
  • KOA Campground
326 Carbondale Road
  • Country Boy Camping
  • Pa-Paw's Park Campground
315 GA 156, Redbud Road, Calhoun
  • KOA Campground
306 GA 140, Adairsville, Summerville, Rome
  • Harvest Moon RV Park
296 Cassville, White Road
  • KOA Campground
283 Emerson, Allatoona Road
  • Allatoona Camping Resort
265 GA 120 Loop, South Marietta Parkway
  • La Siesta RV Camp
222 Jodeco Road, Flippen
  • KOA Campground
198 High Falls Road
  • High Falls Campground
187 GA 83, Forsyth, Monticello
  • KOA Campground
186 Juliette Road, Tift College Drive
  • KOA Campground
142 GA 96, Housers Mill Road
  • Ponderosa RV Park
136 U.S. 341, Perry, Fort Valley
  • Boland's Camping
  • Crossroads of Georgia Travel Park
127 GA 26, Montezuma, Hawkinsville
  • Twin Oaks RV Camp
121 U.S. 41, Unadilla, Pinehurst
  • Southern Trails RV Park
97 GA 33, Wenona
  • KOA Campground
92 Arabi
  • Southern Gates Campground
84 GA 159, Ashburn, Amboy
  • Knight's Inn RV Park
80 Bussey Road, Sycamore
  • Lakeview Campground
71 Willis Stills Road, Sunsweet
  • Farm Market RV Camping
61 Omega Road
  • Covered Wagon RV Park & Campground
32 Old Coffee Road, Cecil
  • Eagles Landing Resort
22 U.S. 415, North Valdosta Road
  • Shady Oaks Campground
18 GA 133, Valdosta, Moultrie, Valdosta State University
  • Riverpark Campground
5 GA 376, Lakes Boulevard, Lake Park
  • Eagles Roost Campground
2 Bellville, FL., Lake Park
  • Holiday Campground


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