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5 Best RV Parks In Southeast Georgia

Mossy Oaks RV Park & Campground – Jesup, GA

Located near the beautiful Altamaha River in southeast Georgia, the country setting provides for a quiet relaxing stay. Wildlife roam leisurely in the surrounding area and occasionally through the campground. 

Sites:  30 sites. Full hookups. 20/30/50 AMP service.  Can accommodate any size RV

Amenities:  Dump station, restrooms, showers, laundry, pavilion, picnic tables, and fire rings.

Recreation:  Walking, biking, nature trails, fishing, horseshoes, and more.

Directions:  Take the Jesup exit off of I95 and travel 30 mi to Gardi. Proceed .25 mi past Gardi. Make a right at the Mossy Oaks RV sign on Cemetery Road.

Rate: $30-$40

Contact Information:
1162 Whaley Rd.
Jesup, GA 31546

Southern Retreat RV Park – Brunswick, GA

Open Year Round! Right off of I-95, Exit 29. Offering Good Country Cooking at Fran’s Place Restaurant! The restaurant is open for breakfast & lunch, Monday-Friday, and is closed on the weekends.

Sites:  135 sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Tent sites. 20/30/50 AMP service. Can accommodate any size RV.

Amenities:  Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, fire rings, picnic tables, playground, handicap accessible, phone, propane, ice, movie rentals, TV lounge, and dump station.

Recreation:  Swimming pool and local area activities.

Nearby Attractions:

  • Three Oaks Farm
  • Golden Isles Speedway
  • Jekyll Island
  • Dolphin Sightseeing Cruise
  • Sea Island
  • St. Simons Island

Directions:  9/10 miles off I-95, Exit 29

Rate: $36-$43

Contact Information:
7445 Blythe Island Highway
Brunswick, GA 31523

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Southeast Georgia RV Park – Folkston, GA

Located just 7 miles from the Okefenokee Swamp entrance!

Sites:  26 sites. Full hookups. Pull thru sites. Back in sites. 15/20/30/50 AMP service.

Amenities:  Wi-Fi, cable TV, dump station, restrooms, showers, laundry, security, BBQ, picnic tables, clubhouse, fire rings, fitness center, recycling, on site owner, and grassy sites surrounded by cedar trees.

Recreation:  Fishing, biking, playground, horseshoes, and more.

Contact Information:
915 S 3rd Street
Folkston, GA 31537

Nearby Attractions:

  • Folkston Golf Club
  • Okefenokee Nat’l Wildlife Refuge

Directions:  At Highway 23 and Old US 1 in Folkston, turn east onto Main Street. Travel 100’ to the stop sign and the make a right onto 3rd St. Proceed .75 mi to the campground which will be on the left.

Rate: $30

Kiki RV Park – Kingsland, GA

Kiki RV Park is conveniently located off of I-95.


22 sites. Full hookups. 20/30/50 AMP service.
Can accommodate RVs up to 60’


Wi-Fi, cable TV, nearby fuel, and restaurants.


Walking, biking, and more.

Nearby Attractions:

  • Aqua Culture & Farming Tours
  • Kingsland Beaches
  • Sam’s Skate World
  • Treaty of Coleraine

Directions:  Take exit 3 off of I95 and make a right. Kiki RV Park is located on the right behind the raceway.

Rate: $40

Contact Information:

1135 East King Avenue
Kingsland, GA 31548

Walkabout Camp & RV Park

Perfect for Snowbirds!! The campground  is conveniently located at Exit 7 on I-95 between the city of Woodbine and Kingsland Georgia.

Sites:  40 sites. Full hookups. Pull thru sites. 30/50 AMP service.
Can accommodate any size RV

Amenities:  Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, dump station, laundry, clubhouse, picnic area, pavilion, access to Crooked River, propane, gazebo

Recreation:  Swimming pool, nature trails, and local activities.

Nearby Attractions:

  • Fernandina Beach
  • Cumberland Island Ferry
  • Woodbine Opry
  • Amelia Island
  • Jacksonville Zoo
  • Okefenokee Nat’l Park

Directions:  Take exit 7 off of I95 and travel west .3 miles and make a left on Old Still Road. Proceed south .4 miles to Walkabout Camp & RV Park.

Rate: $39-$42

Contact Information:
742 Old Still Road
Woodbine, GA 31569

10 Great Places To Camp In Wyoming

Featured Campground #1:  River’s Edge RV and Cabins Resort, Casper

River’s Edge RV and Cabins Resort sits on the edge of the Platte River, known for its quality trout fishery. Casper also boasts its four premier golf courses, ski areas, sports and rodeo facilities and many museums.

Site Information
Full hookups.  Large pull thrus.  Picnic tables.

Rate $45-$52

Wi-Fi, Direct TV, rec room, restrooms, showers, laundry, exercise room

Contact Information
6820 Santa Fe Circle
Evansville, WY 82636

Featured Campground #2:  Terry Bison Ranch, Cheyenne

Located right on the Wyoming/Colorado state line, just 7 miles south of Cheyenne and 35 miles north of Fort Collins, Colorado on Interstate 25. The RV park, Trading Post, Bison Tours, & Trail rides are open & available all year long with the exception of Christmas Day. During the summer months we offer the Senator’s Steakhouse & Brass Buffalo Saloon, Old Fashion Photo Studio, Fishing, & Kid Corral amusement park & Bison Hunts.

Special Attractions
 Old Time Photo Studio
 Sunday Lunch Train
 Kid Corral
 Bison Tour
 Horseback Riding
 TRX Terry Town Express

Basketball, horseshoes, fishing

Of Interest
Don’t forget to check out the Senator’s Steakhouse Ranch. Open all year. In 2009, it was voted for “Best Burger in Wyoming” by Bobby Flay & the Food Network!

Take Wyoming exit 2 on I25. Head east on Service Road to the stop sign. Make a right and proceed 2 miles. Make a left at the RV neon entrance and rock arch entrance.

Site Information
86 sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Partial sites. 20/30/50 AMP service.  Can accommodate various size RVs

Wi-Fi, shower house, laundry, dump station, picnic tables, gift shop, playground, restaurant, propane

Rate: $36-$95

Contact Information
51 I25 Service Road East
Cheyenne, WY 82007

Featured Campground #3:  The Longhorn Ranch Lodge & RV, Dubois

Formerly the home of a small longhorn cattle herd, and now a beautiful RV Park, Campground and Lodging facility located along the scenic Togwotee Trail to Yellowstone.

Site Information
Full hookups.  Back in sites.  Pull thru sites.  Big rig friendly.  Fire pits.  Picnic tables.

Rate $49-$69

Restrooms, showers, laundry, internet

Contact Information
5810 US-26
Dubois, WY 82513
(307) 455-2337

Featured Campground #4:  Chuck Wagon RV Park, Fort Laramie

Small, friendly park run by Grandma and Grandpa Hofrock. Nice grassy sites and plenty of clean fresh air.

Site Information
16sites. Full hookup sites. Partial sites. Pull thru sites. Tent sites. 20/30/50 AMP service.  Can accommodate any size RV

Wi-Fi, laundry, restrooms, showers, picnic tables, dump station, propane, and nearby restaurant / grills.

Rate: $35

Contact Information
310 Pioneer Court
Fort Laramie, WY 82212

Special Attractions
 Ft. Laramie Nat’l Historic Site
 Guernsey State Park
 Oregon Trails
 Register Cliffs
 Pony Express Trail
 Much More!

Golf, Cheyenne Frontier Days, and local area activities and attractions.

Of Interest
Located just 2 miles from Historic Fort Laramie.

Featured Campground #5:  Lizard Creek Campground, Grand Teton National Park

At the north end of Grand Teton National Park, about 32 miles north of Moose, has 60 sites and fills in the evening if at all. A less heavily developed campground with sites in the spruce and fir forest. One side of the campground is adjacent to and slightly above Jackson Lake. Vehicle size limited to 30 feet.

Site Information
Self contained units only.

Rate $24

Fishing, ice, camp store

Contact Information
(307) 543-2831

Featured Campground #6:  The Virginian Lodge, Jackson Hole

Enjoy the hospitality of Jackson Hole’s most convenient RV Park. Located on the same property as The Virginian Lodge, you will be close to all the things you want to do and see. The town offers a free shuttle which picks up just across the street.

Site Information
Full hookups.  Pull thrus.  Back ins.

Rate $110

Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, swimming, restaurant, convention facilities

Contact Information
750 West Broadway
Jackson Hole,WY 83001
(307) 733-7189

Featured Campground #7:  Mountain View RV Park, Sundance

Don’t miss what the Black Hills of northeastern Wyoming has to offer. Take a break from your travels and relax at our clean and quiet park.

Special Attractions
 Deadwood Gambling
 Devils Tower
 Black Hills
 Mt. Rushmore
 Sundance Kid
 Crook County Museum
 Crazy Horse Monument

Game room, heated swimming pool (seasonal), and local area activities.

Of Interest
We are located ½ mile from exit 189 off I 90, but far enough from the interstate for quiet surroundings, great views and no trains!

From I90 take exit 189. Go north .1 miles to Highway 14. Go west .4 miles on Highway 14 to Government Valley Rd. Go north .2 miles on Government Valley Road and the park is on the left.

Site Information
56 sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Back in sites. Tent sites. 30/50 AMP service. Can accommodate various size RVs.

Wi-Fi, cable TV (extra), laundry, propane, restrooms, and showers.

Rate: $39-$65

Contact Information
117 Government Valley Rd.
Sundance, WY 82729

Featured Campground #8:  Eagle RV Park, Thermopolis

Eagle RV Park and Campground located in Thermopolis Wyoming, on Highway 20 South. Close to the Big Horn River, Hot Springs State Park, & Boysen Reservoir.

Special Attractions
 White Water Rafting
 Buffalo Herds
 Indian Rock Art
 Dinosaur Dig Site & Museum
 Boysen Reserve
 Much More!

Child play area, game room, river tubing, horseshoes, basketball, badminton, and pet walk.

Of Interest
Eagle RV Park offers tube rental for a beautiful, scenic trip down the majestic, Big Horn River. Take a 2 to 3 hr. trip from the Wind River Canyon back to our campground. You will see lots of wildlife, deer, antelope, ducks, geese, eagles, etc. The fishing is tremendous if you feel like wetting a line. You may even catch a Rainbow, Brown, Cutthroat trout and maybe even a Walleye. One of the top rated rivers in the West. Guide fishing available upon request.

Take Highway 20 north 3 miles past Wind River Canyon.

Site Information
100+ sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Tent sites. 30/50 AMP service. Can accommodate any size RV.

Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, game room, gift shop, general store, propane, cabins, and group pavilion.

Rate: $39-$43

Contact Information
204 Highway 20 South
Thermopolis, WY 82443

Featured Campground #9:  Fireside Resort at Jackson Hole Campground, Wilson

The Fireside Resort RV Park is one of the most scenic campground locations in Jackson Hole proper.

Site Information
Full hookups.  30/50 AMP.  Pull thrus.  Back ins.  Fire rings.  Picnic tables.

Rate $59-$125

Restrooms, showers, laundry, camping store, dump station

Contact Information
2780 N. Moose Wilson Rd. (Hwy 390)
Wilson, WY 83014
(307) 732-2267

Featured Campground #10:  Fishing Bridge RV Park, Yellowstone

The Fishing Bridge Recreational Vehicle Park is located near the mouth of the Yellowstone River as it leaves Yellowstone Lake. The RV park is named after the Fishing Bridge, a wooden vehicle bridge that used to provide a great platform from which park visitors would fish for native Cutthroat trout.

Site Information
Full hookups.  Back in sites.  30/50 AMP.

Rate Call for rates

Restrooms, showers, laundry, dump station

Contact Information
Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming 82190
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Must See Sites Along Route 66


This is the ultimate guide for finding and exploring the Route whether you’re driving from the WEST or the EAST. Its maps and directions are comprehensive yet easy to follow. The spiral bound guide stays open to the pages you are reading while you are driving or riding.



  • Grant Park, Chicago.
  • Art Institute of Chicago.
  • Chicago Architecture Foundation.
  • Hellenic Museum and Cultural Center, Chicago.
  • Willis Tower, Chicago (formerly the Sears Tower).
  • Union Station, Chicago.
  • Old St. Patrick’s Church, Chicago.
  • Berwyn Route 66 Museum, Berwyn.
  • Slovenian Union of America, Joliet.
  • Rialto Square Theatre, Joliet.
  • Joliet Historical Museum.
  • Route 66 Raceway, Joliet.
  • Gemini Giant, Wilmington.
  • Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie, Wilmington.
  • Illinois Route 66 Mining Museum, Godley.
  • Ambler’s Texaco Gas Station, Dwight.
  • Odell Station, Odell.
  • Illinois Route 66 Hall of Fame and Museum, Pontiac.
  • Pontiac Oakland Museum, Pontiac.
  • International Walldog and Sign Art Museum, Pontiac.
  • Livingston County War Museum, Pontiac.
  • Museum of the Gilding Arts, Pontiac.
  • Old Illinois State Police Office, Pontiac.
  • Sprague’s Super Service station, Normal.
  • Normal Theatre, Normal.
  • Funks Grove Pure Maple Sirup, Funks Grove.
  • McLean Depot Train Shop, McLean.
  • America’s Playable Arcade Museum, McLean.
  • J.H. Hawes Grain Elevator Museum, Atlanta.
  • Atlanta Museum, Atlanta, Ill.
  • Route 66 Arcade Museum, Atlanta, Ill.
  • Old Route 66 in Towanda, Ill.
  • Cruisin’ with Lincoln on 66 Visitors Center. Bloomington.
  • World’s Largest Covered Wagon, Lincoln, Ill.
  • The Mill, Lincoln.
  • Mahan’s Gas Station at Fulgenzi’s Pizza, Springfield.
  • Old State Capitol, Springfield.
  • Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Springfield.
  • Lincoln’s Tomb, Springfield.
  • Our Lady of the Highways, near Raymond.
  • Henry’s Rabbit Ranch, Staunton.
  • Country Classic Cars, Staunton.
  • Mother Jones Grave, Mount Olive.
  • Soulsby Station, Mount Olive.
  • Litchfield Museum and Route 66 Welcome Center, Litchfield.
  • Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Collinsville.
  • World’s Largest Catsup Bottle, Collinsville.
  • Old Chain of Rocks Bridge.
  • Missouri:

    Newly updated! Includes reverse driving directions (west-to-east). This is the 4th Edition of the original, acclaimed Route 66 Map Series by Mother Road historians Jerry McClanahan and Jim Ross,. In print continuously since 1994, the Route 66 Map Series remains the #1 choice for roadies worldwide when it comes to functionality and precise, accurate, turn-by-turn driving directions.


    New Mexico

    In Travel Route 66, Route 66 expert and enthusiast Jim Hinckley provides detailed descriptions and itineraries that allow travelers of all ages and inclinations to explore the myriad wonders to be found along the highway’s 2,500 miles.



    A reference book with a twist, The Route 66 Encyclopedia presents alphabetical entries on Route 66 history, landmarks, personalities, and culture, from Bobby Troup’s anthem “Route 66” to Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath to the Wigwam Motel. It’s illustrated with more than 1,000 old and new, color and black and white photographs and pieces of memorabilia.