Share it: Stay Connected. Located on acres in central Georgia the largest in the state , OZ offers the privacy and amenities of a true get-away destination for all individuals who support the gay community. Campers can come for a day pass to enjoy the pool and trails, or a night at the recreation center and bar, or plan to spend the weekend in a cabin, tent or RV. All are welcome to enjoy the new OZ Campground! Large, rustic and secluded sites for RV's with electric and water. Tenting sites, some with electric.
The Best LGBTQ Bars in Atlanta
Mary's East Atlanta
Kimberly says, Don't leave San Antonio without visiting our arts district, Southtown for good food, art, architecture and culture. There are a number of bars, clubs and restaurants for the LGBT crowd to congregate and have some fun - drinks, dancing and mingling included! For those who have been here before, you know the best place to go is always the Bonham. This historic building in downtown has been around for decades, and its name precedes it. It has everything, from multiple dance floors and bars, to an outdoor patio, fabulous music, DJs, dancers and more! It's so good, it's not just LGBT exclusive. Everyone wants to get in on this action!
LGBTA Bars & Nightlife
Part of what makes Atlanta so special is that LGBTQ life is not restricted to a single neighborhood, but is spread through the metro area. While the Downtown culture is centered around tourism at world-renowned attractions and events at large-scale conference venues and arenas, art galleries thrive in nearby Castleberry Hill. Technically located in Midtown, the Ansley Square shopping complex is a virtual gay courtyard featuring gay bars and shops. Inman Park features Victorian homes, trendy restaurants and green space.
The mountain town of Blue Ridge, Georgia, has beautiful mountain vistas, festivals aplenty and some of the coziest bed and breakfasts one can find. The cherry on top for some travelers: its welcoming gay community. The surrounding Fannin County has the fourth highest concentration of same-sex couples, while neighboring Gilmer County has the state's fifth highest, according to the California-based think tank. This puts the Blue Ridge-area in the top 2 percent of counties in Georgia and in the top 10 percent in the nation.