Indian Springs State Park RV & Campground Guide


Open year-round to campers, Indian Springs State Park sits just outside Flovilla, GA, and within 60 miles of Macon and Atlanta. While Indian Springs was established officially as a state park over 90 years ago, this area around Chief McIntosh Lake has been a popular retreat since 1825. This former home of the Creek Indians has a rich history, both as a medicinal hub and as a resort area. The park itself was embellished by structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s as part of the recovery from the Great Depression. Indian Springs also features a museum on the park grounds covering pre- and post-treaty history. The park averages 38 inches of rain, 221 sunny days, and an inch of snow on average per year.

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Spring 75-85 F
Summer 70-90 F
Fall 65-70
Winter 37-47 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Indian Springs State Park

RVing is a popular and convenient means of travel around Indian Springs State Park, which boasts a number of overnight camping options for families. While not everyone owns a motorhome or trailer, renting an RV for travel is both inexpensive and easy to arrange. For your convenience, RVhare has easily searchable options for rentals in Flovilla.

Indian Springs State Park Campground

Indian Springs State Park's official campground features 62 sites with electrical hookups for RVs. Other amenities include running water at some spots, and Wi-Fi is available at the park office. Prices run $32 per night and $224 per week.

Forsyth KOA Journey

The ever-reliable network of KOA Kampgrounds delivers again, just outside of the park in nearby Forsyth, with over 40 spots for RV campers. Like many other KOA spots, this campground features laundry service, accessibility-friendly spots and restrooms, a Kamp Store, a swimming pool, and free wi-fi. Prices are figured by type of camping and number of campers, and KOA does not advertise their rates.

High Falls Hide-A-Way Campground

Located only 10 miles away from the park, High Falls Hide-A-Way RV camping is very tranquil and laid back. High Falls Hide-A-Way features both laundry service and free Wi-Fi. RV spots per night run approximately $25.

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What to Do at
Indian Springs State Park

Inside Indian Springs State Park

With over 500 acres of forest, grass, and spring water, Indian Springs is an outdoor sanctuary. Trails for walking and cycling are readily available throughout the park, as is a boat ramp for Chief McIntosh Lake, where fishing is extremely popular. In addition to the standard features found at most parks, such as picnicking and playgrounds for smaller campers, the natural springs at the park are a unique attraction. These springs are historically very high in mineral content and believed to be medicinal by the Creek Indians who originally settled the area. Many visitors make it a point to collect water for drinking purposes and the supposed healing properties.

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How to Get to
Indian Springs State Park

To get to Indian Springs State Park from the nearest large city (Macon), take I-75 north for a little over 21 miles. Then take Exit 188 and continue driving north on GA-42 for another 14 miles. Turn left onto Spring Road, and the park entrance will be on the right-hand side of the road. If traveling south from Atlanta (the second closest large city), travel south on I-75 for about 45 miles. At Exit 201, turn left onto GA-36 and continue on it for about 11 miles. From there, turn right onto High Falls Road, then turn left onto Mt. Vernon Church Road, then left again onto GA-42, then left onto Spring Road.

Entering Indian Springs State Park

Indian Springs State Park is open daily 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. The internal campground price is $32 per night.

Indian Springs State Park Parking per passenger vehicle : $5.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Indian Springs State Park

What is the climate of Indian Springs State Park?

Indian Springs State Park temperatures typically hover around the 40s and 50s during winter and can reach 90 degrees during summer. The park is sunny for much of the year.

What is the best time of year to visit Indian Springs State Park?

If you like hot weather, the summer is a great time to visit Indian Springs State Park. However, the weather is a bit milder and more comfortable during the spring and autumn.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Indian Springs State Park?

Indian Springs State Park features an official campground that's home to 62 designated RV campsites. The campsites offer electrical hookups and, in some cases, running water. Rates for the sites are $32 per night and $224 per week.

Are pets allowed at Indian Springs State Park?

Visitors to Indian Springs State Park are welcome to bring their dogs of all sizes. All dogs must be on leashes of no more than 6 feet and are not permitted inside buildings or in the cabin area.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Indian Springs State Park?

While visiting the park, you may spot some of the wildlife species native to the region. You may be lucky enough to spot beavers, river otters, snapping turtles, woodpeckers, and mourning doves.