Mossy Oaks RV Park and Campground gets its name from the massive live oak trees which grace the park entrance. Hundreds of years old, these mighty oaks have large amounts of moss hanging from their huge limbs.
Located near the beautiful Altamaha River in southeast Georgia, the county setting provides for a quiet relaxing stay. Wildlife roam leisurely in the surrounding area and occasionally through the campground.
The Altamaha River is the largest river on the east coast and is widely known for its great hunting and fishing. Several fishing tournaments annually draw sportsmen from all over the country. In addition to the river, there are other fishing and hunting locations available.
Nearby Fort Stewart Army Base is one of the largest military bases in the nation. There is excellent fishing and hunting available on the base.
The huge Okefenokee Swamp is only an hour away with wildlife exhibitions, canoeing, fishing and guided tours.
From I-95 at Brunswick, Georgia, it is only thirty-five miles to the park and all but three miles are four-lane highways.
Located near beautiful Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island, there is plenty of coastal fishing, shopping and fine dining.
Only sixty-five miles from historic Savannah, Georgia, you will find guided tours, shopping, fishing, and dining are all plentiful.
Just make Mossy Oaks your headquarters and take off in a different direction daily then return to the quietness and tranquility of a restful forest of pines, cedars, oaks and other hardwood trees. Mossy Oaks RV Park and Campground is located five miles east of Jesup, Georgia, Owned and operated by campers, the Mossy Oaks RV Park and Campground was opened to provide a smaller, quieter, more relaxing place to get away for a few days or even a few weeks.
Nightly rate of $30. Passport America and Camp Club USA gets you 50% off for a maximum of two nights. Weekly and Monthly Rates by request. Tent Sites available too. Rates subject to change without notice. Limited Rentals are also available.
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