Thursday, October 11, 2007

“Snowbirds” Travel South via the Twin Oaks RV Park & Campground in Georgia

Elko/Perry, GA – October 2007 – It’s become a rite of passage – that annual migration to the Twin Oaks RV Park & Campground, located just off I-75 (exit 127) south of Perry, Georgia. Travelers headed to Florida make their way from the northern states, Interstate-75 at times seeming like a moving parking lot with thousands of “snowbirds” flocking to their warmer southern home destinations.

This year, as many years before, those travelers will make Twin Oaks a restful stop for a few days and even a week or two. The campers return for regularly scheduled vacations – the solitude, friendship and camping lifestyle bechoning not only in the Fall but throughout the Winter season.

You too can enjoy Historical Central Georgia at this family-owned park. Twin Oaks is nestled between the snowy white cotton fields and majestic Pecan orchards. The Park is conveniently located near many area attractions such as the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter, the Warner Robins Air Museum, Andersonville Civil War Site & Museum, Home of Jimmy Carter, the Georgia Sports & Music Hall of Fame, American Camellia Society and Hay House, and much more.

The Park is also filled with its own attractions such as the beautiful ornamental trees and many varieties of flowers. After a day of sightseeing or shopping, relax in the Olympic sized pool or Gazebo covered hot tub, or unwind with any of the many activities available to guests at the Park. Twin Oaks can accomodate any RV up to 90 feet in the pull-thru sites.

The Park (GPS Coordinates N= 32 20.173 W= 83 45.797) offers discount rates for groups and camping clubs. Our memberships (and those we accept) include ARVC, Escapee’s, Good Sam’s, Good Neighbor, Passport America, Recreation USA and Woodall’s. Recently Twin Oaks was named the #1 RV Park in the State of Georgia, by Good Sam’s/Trailer Life.
RV CAMPGROUND BASICS. There are an excess of 14,000 campgrounds available to go camping and Author Mark Polk explains the differences of public, private, membership parks, National parks etc. He also addresses How to find a park; All about campground directories and where to buy them; What to expect in each category, Campground etiquette; Reservation policies and much more. For more info go to Mark's Website

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