Unadilla, Georgia Campgrounds

Unadilla, Georgia Campgrounds
Many travelers passing through Unadilla to distant points north and south may recall little about this Georgia city except for a mile marker ticking off distance. Travelers looking to stop and smell the flowers may opt for the camellias at Massee Lane Gardens. Hidden treasures such as this will lead campers to pull in while they discover the natural and historic charm of middle Georgia.

Fair Harbor RV Park

A 15-minute drive north of Unadilla on Interstate 75, you can find Fair Harbor RV Park and Campground next to the Georgia State Fairgrounds. This large park features full hookup RV sites with cable TV and wireless Internet in a woodland setting. Gardeners staying at this park will be drawn to Massee Lane Gardens west of Perry, home of the American Camellia Society. The Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins to the north houses 85 historical aircraft ranging from the P-40, which sparred with Axis aircraft in the early days of World War II, to the U-2 spy plane, which provided reconnaissance during the following Cold War.

Fair Harbor RV Park
515 Marshallville Rd.
Perry, GA 31069
(877) 988-8844

Southern Trails RV Resort

Southern Trails RV Resort provides pull-through, full hookup RV sites to travelers looking to unwind from the road. Resort amenities include cable TV, wireless Internet, pool, bath house, club house, mini-golf, propane, horseshoe pits and laundry facilities. Guests looking for relaxation outside of the park can venture to Georgia Veterans State Park where guests can fish, golf or boat around Lake Blackshear. The park is one of the stops for the SAM Shortline Excursion Train traversing through the Georgia countryside from Cordele to Plains.

Southern Trails RV Resort
2690 Arena Rd.
Unadilla, GA 31091
(478) 627-3254

Twin Oaks RV Park and Campground

The shady, pull-through and full hookup RV sites at pet-friendly Twin Oaks provide a comfortable base six miles north of Unadilla from which to explore the rich and sometimes somber history of middle Georgia. Andersonville National Historic Site southwest of the park preserves the site of a Confederate prisoner of war camp, where at one point 32,000 Union prisoners were crowded together under the hot Georgia sun. Within the park, RVers are afforded amenities including bath houses, hot showers, wireless Internet, propane, RV storage, pool, hot tub, club house and outdoor recreation areas for volleyball, basketball and horseshoes. Rental cabins and tent sites are also available.

Twin Oaks RV Park and Campground
305 Hwy 26 E
Elko, GA 31025
(478) 987-9361

Article Written By David Chandler

David Chandler has been a freelance writer since 2006 whose work has appeared in various print and online publications. A former reconnaissance Marine, he is an active hiker, diver, kayaker, sailor and angler. He has traveled extensively and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida where he was educated in international studies and microbiology.

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