Georgia has a lot of lovely campgrounds; both public and private for campers to visit and enjoy. Many of these campgrounds have their unique features, amenities, and rules, which campers need to be familiar with.
This post will be focusing on one amenity that many campers deem necessary for an enjoyable camping experience, which is golf carts.
If you want to go camping with golf carts, you need to know which campsites allow campers to come with their carts or hire golf carts on the campground.
We’ll give you a list of these campgrounds and what to expect when you visit them.
Top 6 Golf Cart Friendly Campgrounds in Georgia
Below is the list of the 6 best golf cart friendly campgrounds in Georgia where you can visit and have some fun and comfort.
- Margaritaville RV Resort Lanier Islands
- Bald Mountain Camping resort
- River’s End Campground
- Americus KOA
- Vogel State Park
- River Vista Campground
1. Margaritaville RV Resort Lanier Islands
Margaritaville RV Resort Lanier Islands offers you a wide range of entertainment and relaxation options to choose from all year round.
With beautiful beaches, a waterpark, fun boating activities, and golf, there’s a lot to enjoy, whether you’re camping in an RV or renting one of the vacation cabins.
The resort has amenities like water, sewer, 30/50 amp electricity, free Wi-Fi and cable TV, an upscale bathhouse, and big rig access. Ice, firewood, and propane are available on the campground.
The view of Lake Lanier is one that you can’t get tired of. Every camper also gets a beach pass included in their amenities, and there’s a boat ramp and courtesy dock to explore.
Golf Carts are allowed on this campsite, and Golf cart rentals are possible when you arrive.
2. Bald Mountain Camping resort
Bald mountain campground is located in the very heart of the beautiful mountains of Northeast Georgia and is the perfect spot for both day and camping trips.
The designated tent sites at the bald mountain resort are perfect for campers and come with all the amenities at the camping resort, including water and electricity.
Rental cabins come in three types – the Lake, Deluxe, and Keystone cabins. They are of different sizes, layouts, and sleeping counts; also with all the amenities at the camping resort.
RV Sites are available for short and long-term stays, with open, shaded, and big rig-friendly sites with fully operational electricity, and water/Sewer Hookups.
Some amenities on the campground include a pool, pedal boats, fishing, and a playground.
Golf carts are allowed on the campground, but you need to register golf carts when you make your reservation and in the office when checking in with a copy of insurance proof.
There are no golf carts for rentals, and you’ll need to pay a $2 golf cart fee to bring yours.
3. River’s End Campground
The River’s end campground is an all-season exploration home with sandy beaches, fishing opportunities, a swimming pool, and a lot of other amenities.
Campers can enjoy staying at a standard Hook-Up Rv Site, including water, 30 or 50 Amp Electrical Service, Cable, and Sewer, as well as Full Hook-Up Sites. Campers at both sites get to enjoy the same park privileges and amenities.
Camping cabins are also available for groups and families looking to explore the campground with a maximum of six people in each cabin. These cabins don’t come with any supplies, so you will need to bring your own items for the duration of your stay.
Campers who love primitive, next-to-nature kind of camping have 9 primitive campsites to choose from. These sites have a picnic table, campfire ring, and a tent pad of 12′ x 20′ to site your tent on.
Primitive Tent Sites need to be reserved in advance, with a maximum of 6 people and 2 vehicles for each site.
Tent campers can enjoy all park amenities, including bathhouses, a campground store, a swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, coin-operated laundry facilities, and much more.
Only electric Golf Carts are permitted within the park.
4. Americus KOA
Americus KOA is a family-friendly campground that is a paradise for golf lovers because you can play unlimited disc golf, free golf, and foot golf. But that’s not all that’s exciting about the campground.
The Big Rig, full hookups, and wide Pull-Thru RV Sites are icings on the cake for campers who are not golfers but want to enjoy the campground.
There are also attractions like the Andersonville National Historic Site, Habitat for Humanity International’s Global Village and Discovery Center, and the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site to explore.
Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon has miles of trails and breathtaking views of gullies reaching 150 feet deep.
5. Vogel State Park
Vogel state park is one of the oldest state parks in Georgia, and it sits on the base of Blood Mountain in Chattahoochee National Forest.
The park is a popular destination for hikers who can choose between a list of trails, including the 4-mile Bear Hair Gap loop that hikers love, and the Coosa Backcountry Trail which spans 13-mile. Campers can also enjoy the picnic area and shelter, and gift shops.
Campers get to choose between campsites, cottages, and primitive backpacking sites for their accommodation. The park has its entire 22-acre lake open to non-motorized boats.
Vogel is a popular destination to visit in the fall when because the Blue Ridge Mountains are blanketed by yellow, gold, and red leaves.
Some exciting things to do here include hiking, fishing, Geocaching, padding, swimming, Miniature Golf (at a fee), swimming, Paddling, Bike Rental, Kayaking, Paddleboard, etc.
Golf Cart owners need to have a daily ParkPass or annual ParkPass and a valid driver’s license. Golf carts can only be driven on roads at 25 mph or less, and they cannot be driven on park trails.
6. River Vista Campground
River Vista campground is a destination away from the hustle and bustle of the city, with RV parks and rental cabins with upscale amenities, facilities, and playgrounds, with a lot of activities for campers to take part in.
Located in northern Georgia near the border of North Carolina, at the junction of the Appalachian Mountains and the Blue Ridge, the resort is rich in natural attractions, such as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
There are 110 RV Sites, all with Full Hookups, and some Pull-Throughs.
Campers get to enjoy an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor Pool, and a hot tub. A Campfire Pit is also available for hire.
The indoor swimming pool is only accessible to adults; the same as the dry Sauna at the Indoor Pool.
Campers are allowed to bring their own golf carts, provided they have proof of insurance. Rentals are also possible from a third-party vendor; Star Equipment Rentals.
To use a Golf Cart on the campground, the driver must be licensed, and occupants of the vehicle must be seated. Riding golf carts at night are prohibited, except when rearview reflectors and lights are present on the golf cart.
Feel free to explore these beautiful and exciting campgrounds and all they have to offer you.
It is advised that you call in advance or make an inquiry to be sure that the campgrounds are open to visitors and that the rules are still in place when you’re visiting.