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Small campground (and I don't know why). Sites are small and very close together. It has showers, trash and on site park host. The camp is right on the water (nice). The boat launch fishing peer and fish cleaning station are a short walk.
Uncrowded lakeside camping. Great for swimming, boating, fishing, and kayaking. Very quiet and peaceful. Great camp hosts. Very clean bathrooms and showers. My visit was during the summer months, didn’t get any mosquitos bites but there were a lot of gnats, so bring bug repellent or screened…
My kids and I absolutely loved it here. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We did tent “glamping” so we had electric, water and wifi nearby but still enjoyed our time away from concrete buildings. We had a fire pit, picnic table, and parking to ourselves. The pool came in clutch since it is…
We stayed here one night for a quick spot to sleep and relax while traveling on the road. The owners were very accommodating as we arrived very late in the evening. The campground was clean and felt safe.
Awesome campground with good amenities. Each site has fire ring, picnic table, water and electric. Most sites had good flora between sites, offering a little privacy. Restroom and shower facilities with a coin operated laundry.
Ranger Rob shared a secret, two campsites cannot be reserved and…
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There is no shade, no privacy between campsites, if you want to have a fire you have to pay extra to rent a firepit, if you want to play pool or minigolf or even horseshoes then you have to give the front desk your license and turn them back in before they close at 5. Staff was rude and nit very…
While this is still a pretty park, it was hit hard by Hurricane Michael. Still has pretty sites around a nice backwater lake of the Chattahoochee River. Really nice for fishing and winter camping, it has limited shade for summer outings. Nice staff.
Sadly this park is closed, I assume permanently. My wife and I rode up to check it out on July 4th. There was a huge pile of dirt blocking the entrance from the road. Ashamed. Two or three years ago it was nice, but obviously underutilized. Hurricane Michael Oct 20, 2018, may have the beginning of…
Seminole state park was a great place to go enjoy nature. The campground was right on the lake and many had great views. The low review is due to lack of things to do. There were not too many hiking trails, and really nothing to exciting about it resides a lake.
We love this CG. Extremely convenient for the weekend get away.
We were here for an overnight stop on the way back to Florida. The owner is great and we had a pull through site so we didn't have to unhook. Looks like there is a lot to do, but we were only there a short time. There is some road noise from I-10 but not a deal breaker.
Improvements every time we stop. Wifi, good cell signal (tmoble & att) not a lot of frills.
Site #89, nice level site with shade. The other sites nearby are very close so no a lot of privacy.
Campground was very busy with swimmers, fishermen, boats and jet skis. Not like the state parks I have camped.
Super friendly staff, very inviting place with pool, campfires, picnic benches at every site, super clean family friendly bathrooms and showers. It was Easter Sunday when we were there and they invited all children for egg hunting and after egg hunting they did raffle (at no cost) and let kids…
It is clearly an older park with not much recent love. It is clean but not perfect.
The sites have older hookups but they are functional. The campsites are not level and some of them you have to guess where to put the trailer. We stayed on April 8& 9 (Thursday and Friday) and found it…