Roy’s takes a bit of getting to. Located well off I-16 it’s sort of midway between Macon and Savannah, or a few hundred miles and three hours southeast of Atlanta. Once there, who would want to be elsewhere?
The property is big and sites are well spaced out. Huge overarching oaks provide shade and grass covers everything down to waters edge on the many lakes. Most cabins and rental houses are sited to take advantage of a serene lake view from the front porch or deck.
From the moment of arrival you know full well they are happy you came and want you there. Everyone; with the possible exception of the goats who live both sides of the entry drive, with a convenient flyover walkway. Do at some point pay them a visit, especially with a hand full of anything green you can pick on the way. Beware goat teeth, hands are best kept on the human side of the fence.
Everyone accepting of an alternative lifestyle is welcome. Though primarily gay, you can expect to encounter otherwise. Six fresh water lakes and springs dot the property. All are home to many species of fish, perfect for an avid angler.
Speaking of home, many rental cabins are lakeside, with full hookup RV sites across from the pool. In addition to cabins several park models and RV’s serve as accommodations; some with their own hot tubs. Tenting is under huge shade trees beside a lake. Seasonal camps are spread out in several areas of cleared meadows most with a lake view.
The pool and spa are privacy fenced and the only clothing optional space at Roy’s. An entertainment room is huge including a full stage, disco and DJ booth for party nights.
Several trails wind through the vast forested grounds, including interestingly enough, trailside rain forest showers. Enjoy a rain shower in the forest, or perhaps rinse off a forest experience?
268 Catfish Lane, Collins, GA 30421