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Most Recent Alma Camping Reviews
Great location & beautiful campground!

We booked a night last minute while driving through the state. The campground was quaint & VERY well maintained grounds. The sites were nice & not washed out. Bathrooms were large & have covid guidelines in place. We stayed in waterfront site #7. The only reason I would drop a star (but it’s not their fault) is because there were SO many mosquitoes at night. Other than that it was beautiful, even on a rainy day.

Beautiful property, will stay again.

Nearly every spot is lake view. The keepers and residents are all very polite. They have a well kept womens restroom and shower. And hook ups at every station.

The price and luxuries you have for the price is amazing. Thank you!

Real Fish Camp

The RV and Campground is small with eight covered spaces and room for some limited tent camping. Four of the covered spaces are right on the bank of the river with fishing available as well as a boat ramp for smaller watercraft. The space is shared by several full-time residents but it’s not overly busy or noisy. Management is very friendly and accommodating, but the restroom and shower facility leaves a bit to be desired. Also part of the facility is subject to partial flooding during some parts of the year. A fairly busy road is within hearing distance but not a problem as I slept well. I stayed two nights.

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Spanish Moss , Croaking Frogs and Hooting Owls

We spent two February nights in Hutch Gibson County Park & Boat Ramp. The park is on the banks of the Suwannee River and the trees are dripping with Spanish moss. The camp host was friendly and the campground was clean and peaceful. It had rained a lot the week before making the water too high for the boat ramp to be open. I’m sure the park is much busier when the ramp isn’t closed. The restrooms and showers are centrally located. The RV sites have electric and water and most have fire rings. There are also several pavilions with power and we saw a couple with tent campers occupying them. There were campers in travel trailers, tents, SUVs, a Skoolie, and a van, so everyone is welcome! Including pets! I’m including a picture with rates!

Very peaceful place with great people!

Nice pavilions with a picnic table and new fire rings. We had a flat spot and not needing to bust out the levelers is always a treat! The staff here is so kind and helpful. The others here have great knowledge about the area and we got some tips on what kinds of fish to catch…if you are into that sort of thing! If not, it is a great relaxing place to watch the river float past. Great cell signal and friendly four legged friends came to great us and our pups. Definitely stop here! Fantastic find!

Pleasant and fun!

I stayed at the Suwannee River State Park at the beginning of February. Getting there and getting set up was very easy! Each spot had a fire ring and picnic table. There were tons of hikes and things to look at and do. We even canoed we he Suwannee and were picked up at our campsite and paddled back to the park- so fun and easy! The spots were a bit close together with little privacy. The bathrooms were clean and conveniently located. There were lots of friendly dogs as well!

Such a cozy spot!

We really enjoyed our short stay! The campground was affordable, esp when you consider the lovely water views. Each spot is designated clearly, is level, and has its own lake vista. It’s a small place but perfect for a night or two for a peaceful retreat. They have both pull through and back in spots available and check in was a breeze. They even had our names on a reserved sign when we arrived. Oh, and there are a few docks to fish and explore upon! Would definitely return!

Remote site with great fishing

Did some car camping here in March and it was already hot and full of mosquitos. The sites are huge and far from each other. Big dock with heavy day (and evening and early morning) use from serious fisherman.

Only 1 other site was occupied.

An Oasis for Paddlers!

We did a 65 mile paddle on the Suwanee River and stayed at two river camps and a campsite! We loved all the spots. These river camps are a TREAT! WOW!

Dowling Park and Peakock Slough were both really nice river camps. Here are some things we liked about Dowling Park

  • hosts had firewood for sale! $6/bundle. They were quite friendly :) not sure if every host has firewood though.
  • free! didn’t require reservations during our winter COVID trip time
  • screened in pavilions with light/fan and outlets. Each one has a fire pit, grill and water spigot! Quite cute :)
  • decent amount of privacy between sites - but we were the only ones there at the end of December!
  • bathrooms with hot showers. Dowling Park must flood at times bc the bathrooms were trailers and some of the pavilions were two stories up with stairs (except one handicap accessible one)
  • canoe racks
  • larger pavilion with picnic tables
  • wheelbarrows to wheel your stuff from the river to campsite. Amazing!
  • extra primitive sites
  • dishwashing area
Small with great hiking.

Small and controlled campground. A little less privacy than we would prefer on inner sites but well maintained. Sewage hook up on site which is always nice. Hiking is great and miles of trail. Hiking along the river is beautiful. Fantastic cabins. Only downside is the campground often fills up quick.