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Camp David RV Resort is a newly developed campground in the Fort Moore/Columbus area with full hookup sites for all sizes and types of RVs with sewer, water, and electric along with great cell service and WiFi.


Our office and camp store are open.  Our bathhouse has 4 restrooms and showers available as well as a laundry room.

However, we are not only an RV Resort & Campground.  We have access to the Riverwalk hiking/biking trail that connects to a nearby dog park (1/4 mile), golf course (1 mile) , and Downtown Columbus (9 miles). 


We also have a 25 acre pond and fishing dock - plenty of land for you and your family will need to enjoy the outdoors and nature at its finest!


While Camp David RV Resort is the best of the outdoors, it's also within a 1 mile radius of the National Infantry Museum, Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center, Columbus City Dog Park, Fort Benning Military Installation, and the Oxbow Meadows Golf Course.  Additionally there are restaurants (local and chain), stores, and easy access to Hwy 280 and I-185. Finally, the Chattahoochee Riverwalk crosses the property and is a paved biking and walking trail that connects the 9 miles to downtown Columbus.

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The National Infantry Museum emphasizes the values that define the Infantryman, as well as the nation he protects: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. It preserves and displays one of the greatest collections of military artifacts in the world, with 190,000 square feet of galleries standing on a 200-acre tract just outside the United States Army Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) at Fort Benning, Georgia. 


The facility is recognized as one of the premier military attractions in the nation.  Plan your visit by going to The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center website.


Providence Canyon State Outdoor Recreation Area is a 1,003-acre Georgia state park located in Stewart County in southwest Georgia, United States. The park contains Providence Canyon, which is sometimes called Georgia's "Little Grand Canyon". It is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. 

Visit their website for more information!


This Center offers a view of the ecoregion of West Central Georgia and the Chattahoochee Valley.  It provides exhibits, displays, nature trails, and various programs about ecology and natural history.  Interpretive and hands on experiences are not to be missed as the Columbus State University professional staff, students, and volunteers provide a unique and memorable experience for all ages.


The Center includes one classroom-laboratory, an 86-seat auditorium, state-of-the-art instructional media, the Natural History Discovery Center, indoor and outdoor exhibits of living reptiles and fish, a stream habitat supporting various plants and animals, a pollinator garden, bee hives, and environmental art.

Visit their website at for more information!


Historic Westville is a museum of Southern history and culture that uses exhibits, live interpreters, food, and crafts to show visitors about real life in the 19th century!  Visitors get to truly immerse themselves in the historical events of the region and personally experience a 19th century home.

This unique village is an experience that no child or adult will want to miss while visiting Columbus, GA!


Access to the Chattahoochee River Walk Trail runs directly through the Camp David RV Resort.  All campers will be within walking distance to this 15 mile running trail that is asphalt or concrete the entire length from Fort Benning to downtown Columbus.

This trail is perfect for a morning walk with your pups, an afternoon bike ride, or an evening stroll with your significant other with magnificent views of the river.  Not to be missed!   View the trail map here!


This 9-hole golf course is situated near the Chattahoochee River (adjacent to Oxbow Meadows Environmental Center) where there are many oxbows. Closer to the golf course is a creek that has much smaller oxbows. So, the name Oxbow Creek can be attributed to mother nature.

Register for a tee time and find more information online at the Oxbow Meadows Golf Course website.

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