In the lower 2/3 section of your circle, you'll find the Savannah River. US Campgrounds Follow it from the NC/SC line (Lake Jocassee) all the way down to Augusta, GA. to Lake Strom Thurmond. The C.O.E. damned the river and created some large lakes and has numerous campgrounds along the way. Additionally, both GA and SC have State & City/County parks around the lakes. Many are within an easy drive to small and medium size towns for shopping. One thing about the C.O.E. parks. They are well kept and an excellent price with the "geezer" pass.
1. Any of the COE campgrounds on the Tenn-Tombigee. Fescus near Demopolis, AL is my favorite. This photo is not of Fescus, but is an example.
2. Any campground near Unadilla/Perry GA and tour the POW site at Anderson, GA and Jimmy Carter ete.
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Being in NW Georgia, there are a lot of really nice places that come to mind... Desoto SP (Ft Payne, AL), Cloudland Canyon SP (Lookout Mountain, GA), Vogel SP (Blairesville, GA), Unicoi SP (Helen, GA), Fall Creek Falls SP (north of Chattanooga, TN), Cades Cove NFP (near Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg, TN).
I'm sure everyone has his/her favorite. As someone else posted earlier, at that time of year in the southeast... you almost can't go wrong.
1. Any of the COE campgrounds on the Tenn-Tombigee. Fescus near Demopolis, AL is my favorite.
You mean Foscue Creek, right? If so I agree. Its way up on my all time favorite list. If you can get one of the river front sites, the barge crew members will often return the greeting if you wave and holler.
Just about anywhere in your target area would be beautiful that time of year. Temp can be freezing or 80 degrees! Flowers should be blooming. Fall creek is really nice and anywhere around Gatlinburg is always a favorite. Chattanooga is also a nice place to visit.