Forsyth KOA

(2) Reviews

414 S Frontage Road, Forsyth, GA, 31029

Forsyth KOA is a big rig and pet friendly campground located on 414 S Frontage Road in Forsyth, GA. The site includes WiFi, water, sewer, electricity, laundry facilities. You can also do activities such as Basketball, biking, volleyball, badminton, and swimming outdoors. The campground is open all year.

Last Updated: 08/24/2023

Laundry Facilities

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Propane Refilling Station

Dump Station

Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Fire Pit

Pet Friendly


50 Amps

30 Amps







Swimming Outdoors

414 S Frontage Road, Forsyth, GA, 31029
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Overall Rating: 2.5

Lacy Smith

My family and I looked forward to our stay at this KOA given our experience at other KOAs had been great. However, this stay was FAR FROM ENJOYABLE . To start, the two older male employees made my teenage daughters feel very uncomfortable. Multiple times both daughters, myself and husband saw them watching the girls at the pool from outside the rales. The pool steps were slippery with mildew. The area around the pool and the siding of the pool has tons of cracks and is not smooth, very hazardous. Next, the bathroom near the pool, where the employees smoke, made it hard to breathe to walk pass. We walked into the bathroom and walked right out. It was absolutely disgusting. Given the pool was not safe to use, my daughters decided to try out the cable and Wi-Fi, as advertised on their site. Well, I was told the cable was disconnected, and the Wi-Fi “out at the moment.” There were two “power outages” in our 3 day stay, which in turn meant our AC was off for hours at a time in the 98-100 degree weather. This was brought to the front office attention and I was told pretty much deal with it for now. At night we would smell the worse smells ( marijuana), and witness drugs/ alcohol being used by two of the employees. As aforementioned, these concerns were brought to the front office staff/ management, and nothing was addressed nor apologizes were given. Honestly, several of the employees live onsite and protect each other when it comes to discussing/correcting the issues. You get a Cult like vibe from this group of people that work here. The manager lives in a double-wide in this camp ground. It is very unkept and tons of broken down/ old equipment fills up her yard and all around it. It is a hazardous place. I would be concern for kids to ride bikes, etc in here given the mess around her place; as well as, The playground is nonfunctional. Overall, the only decent thing this park has or offers is the pizza. Otherwise, I wouldn’t recommend wasting your money on this poorly managed and unkept campground. So, with us having a week reservation we decided after three days to end our stay early and travel 12 miles north to the KOA in Griffin; This was the best decision we made. It was as we had expected from a KOA park- great experience. We enjoyed our days in the Griffin KOA.

Timothy J Graham

We have stayed here when we move from North to South on way to and again back from Florida. We have run into some undesirable KOA's but this one is quite nice. People are friendly, they escort you to your site and even check back with you a little later to make sure everything is ok (and bring warm chocolate chip cookies when they do). We found they have many pull thru sites, and seem to cater to the traveler. Close by is the restaurant "The Whistle Stop Cafe" which was used for the movie "Fried Green tomatoes" So worth a visit! The campground charges extra for cable and wifi (although first 30 minutes are free) and I dont mind that at all, if I was not planning on using tv or computer it's a nice way to save a couple bucks. Campground has a small fenced in doggie park, a nice small lake and a nice playground. You do hear road noise from I75 as it is right along the interstate. We will stay here again, fine for a night or two while on the road. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group