Forsyth KOA had paved roads, which is very unusual. The sites were gravel and long, but on a bit of a small hill, so proper leveling was important. Soon after the two RV Gypsies settled in, there was a knock on the door and the KOA lady delivered some hot chocolate chip cookies and thanked the two RV Gypsies for choosing to stop at this KOA. Cable TV worked very well with a lot of channels however, there was a $2.00 charge for the cable TV.
was only good for 30 minutes and then there was a charge. The campground
is right near the road so there was a lot of road
noise all of the time.
There was a catch and release fishing lake. The pool was closed for the season, but it was noted in their brochure that Georgia State Law says anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult in the pool. Standard KOA camping rules applied. There are the usual amenities (including the KOA train), but the two RV Gypsies didn't use anything but their site because they are not campers and they spend most of their time out of the campground. Check-out time was noon. Office was open 6:30 am to 8 p.m. daily.