Americus KOA Journey
“It's not how you Drive but Where you Arrive” Americus KOA at Brickyard Plantation is where you will enjoy a “Big Rig” friendly campground with full hookups and play unlimited FREE Golf, Foot Golf and Disc Golf.
You'll quickly discover the golfing pleasures of this campground that comes with its own Sottish links-style regulation course. Play a round on the walk-friendly course, or try a variation of the traditional game with foot golf or disc golf. It's all free for registered guests! Enjoy the mild winter weather at this KOA's peaceful country setting, along with its big, wide Pull-Thru RV Sites. Not a golfer? Nearby attractions include the Andersonville National Historic Site, President Jimmy Carter's boyhood home at the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site and Habitat for Humanity International's Global Village & Discovery Center. Explore Providence Canyon State Outdoor Recreation Area (Georgia's Little Grand Canyon) on miles of trails with striking views of gullies up to 150 feet deep. Max pull thru: 100 feet.
Rita J Sterling
Great place to stay. Very dog friendly. The owner is very short with people so don't ask for anything or at least more than twice.
Only stayed one night but it was in the top 10 koa that I stayed at . just a lot of nats
Nice place to stop by for the night. Very nice people
Beautiful campground with large sites. Bathrooms are updated and have space to move , even a handicap stall with the thrown & shower. Staff friendly and helpful - love that they meet us at the gate and lead us to our site giving us the packet at that time.
Was visiting a friend and helping do a couple of loads of laundry, a woman who I can only imagine was the proprietor, came in and addressed me with extreme rudeness told me if I wasn't a registered guest I couldn't be there and looked down her nose at me like I was something unpleasant she stepped in.. She was a big burly manly looking woman and looked extremely unhappy. I would not recommend staying here. I was told by other residents staying there that she's that way to everyone.