RV Parks in Valdosta, Georgia

RV Parks in Valdosta, Georgia
Also called Azalea City, Valdosta, Georgia, is known for its profusion of Azalea plants, and it hosts a yearly Azalea Festival in March. However, there are other outdoor and local attractions--such as the Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Lowndes County Historical Museum and Grand Bay Wildlife Management Area--that draw RV campers to the area, which boasts many campgrounds.

River Park RV Park

River Park RV Park has 57 full hookup sites and pull-through sites with 30- and 50-amp service. Other amenities include wireless Internet connection, cable TV and laundry facilities. Big rig access is available as well. The Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge is about 40 minutes away and features 1,549 acres of cypress swamps and 1,000 acres of open water, where visitors can enjoy hiking, boating and fishing.

River Park RV Park
1407 N Saint Augustine Road
Valdosta, GA 31602-2100
(229) 244-8397‎

Valdosta/Lake Park KOA

Valdosta KOA has accommodations for RV sites, cabins and tent sites. Amenities include 50-amp service, full hookups and maximum length pull-through of 70 feet. The camp also offers cable TV, wireless Internet access, a pavilion and a swimming pool. Activities on-site include fishing, bicycling and hiking. Nearby attractions include the Lowndes County Historical Museum and Grand Bay Wildlife Management Area.

Valdosta/Lake Park KOA
5300 Jewel Futch Road
Lake Park, GA 31636
(229) 559-9738

Eagle's Roost RV Resort

Eagle's Roost RV Resort has RV sites with full hookups, 30- and 50-amp service, and pull-though sites. Amenities are Internet connection, cable TV, a swimming pool and laundry facilities. Campers can enjoy shuffleboard, horseshoes and swimming on-site, or they can venture out on day trips to such attractions as the Stephen C. Foster State Park on the Suwannee River (55 miles) for more outdoor activities.

Eagle's Roost RV Resort
5465 Mill Store Road
Lake Park, GA 31636-5107
(229) 559-5192‎

Article Written By Rona Aquino

Rona Aquino began writing professionally in 2008. As an avid marathon runner and outdoor enthusiast, she writes on topics of running, fitness and outdoor recreation for various publications. Aquino holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and English from the University of Maryland College Park.

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