FORREST STREET PARTNERS ACQUIRES FORSYTH KOA RV PARK IN FORSYTH, GA
ROSWELL, GA. (December 12, 2023) – Forrest Street Partners recently acquired Forsyth KOA, which is located north of Macon, GA. This acquisition is the second KOA franchise in Georgia and is a strategic move towards the firm’s vision to provide the best-in-class service to the RV community and make improvements in the Georgia and Southeast markets. The Forsyth KOA resort has 132 RV sites, ten tent sites, and eleven cabins.
The RV Park has been well-maintained to the high standards that are typical of a KOA property. However, the real estate firm intends to invest further into the park. The investments will include improvements to the roads and sites, renovation of the existing homes and community center, general maintenance and upgrades to the property, and bringing in new park management with a focus on increasing operational efficiencies.
“Overall, this park is in great condition, so our focus is on the park’s infrastructure and operations as we train our new team and continue to prioritize the guest experience,” said Forrest Street Partner, Reece Stead.
The Forsyth KOA is a popular destination for both short and long-term campers. It offers a range of amenities to keep guests entertained such as gemstone mining, miniature golf, and swimming. Additionally, the park has a playground, a dog park, and fishing ponds for visitors to enjoy. The city of Forsyth, located between Atlanta and Macon, is easily accessible from I-75. Guests can explore the city’s mix of big-box retail, boutique shopping, and dining options or simply relax and unwind in the park’s tranquil surroundings.
“We have noticed a significant scarcity of high-quality RV parks in Georgia, and we are pleased to fill this gap,” stated Stead. “The I-75 corridor is the primary route for RVers traveling between the Midwest and Florida. With Atlanta expanding continuously and the industrial growth in Georgia due to the Savannah Port, we are certain that there will be a consistent need for long-term guests who are working in the region. We are confident that this park will remain a popular destination for both locals and travelers,” added Stead.