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Nice quiet and not far off I-75

Quiet state park with full hookups, power & water and grassy tent sites. Gopher turtle reserve with great hiking trails. 2 shower houses, mini golf and canoe rentals on lake. Fishing with state license. Walmart, McDonalds, Burger king and sit-down resturants in town (about 7 miles).

Enjoyable stay

We arrived on Easter Sunday and stayed in our 5th wheel on site #1 for three nights. It was easy to get in but make sure you take the right to the check in area. We tried the little hut and had to swing around to get into registration. 

Our site had water and electric and we were very close to an older but clean bathhouse. A newer larger bathhouse was a very short walk away. 

Our site was kind of in the middle of things but did not feel too close or crowded.  Our camp host was friendly and helpful. 

We enjoyed walking and biking on the trails. It's not particularly strenous but long boardwalks lead through a beautiful swampy area. We went out kayaking on the Little River and when we got back into the swampy area it was stunningly beautiful and peaceful. The trees almost looked like they were suspended in the air. (Not crazy about the gators though since we were in an inflatable kayak!) Bought a fishing pass for a day but no luck catching anything. 

A morning walk revealed a tree full of buzzards that swooped in and out of the trees. 

The jet skis and boaters can get kind of noisy if you're not into that kind of thing but except for Easter Sunday, a busy day, it wasn't constant. 

Didn't seem to be any park wifi though there was TV cable. Got a decent signal on Verizon phone, poor signal on AT&T hotspot and excellent signal on TMobile hotspot. 

We would not hesitate to come back. Enjoyed our stay!

Peaceful, friendly, wonderful

Have waited six months into our RV life to start reviews for fair comparisons. Spent 8 nights. This was one of the most unexpected pleasant surprise campgrounds we have stayed at. Great hiking (gorgeous boardwalks) and biking within the park as well as lake access. The most friendly camp hosts hands down in six months. Rangers/staff in the office were great. Nice laundry facilities and firewood. Overall just a fabulous almost neighborhood feel.

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!

Beautiful end spacious state park

Wonderful State Park in southern Georgia! Chose our site from the pictures and it was perfect. Sites in lower loop one were spaced out and the back in sites were tucked into the woods, just the way we had hoped. Most sites are gravel and ours was well maintained and level, with a new large picnic table and fire pit with grill cover. The basic cable was a bonus! Restrooms were older but clean and well stocked. The upper loop 2 had a brand new bath house, and both had laundry facilities. The park itself has TONS of open green space! Great quiet weekend getaway.

Nice Southern Georgia State Park

Older State Park, but well maintained. Stayed 5 nights in site #7 with 30amp and water. The other loop had mostly FHU sites. Both loops contain mostly pull throughs, but we stayed in a back in. Sites are very spacious and close to a central bath house that was opened and well maintained. Lots of Forest hiking/biking trails available along with a nice size lake should you want to drown a worm or two. Explored Moultrie, Adel, and Tifton all of which are nearby.

The best

Our favorite! We have been three times & can’t wait to go back.

Lots of shade

This SP was recommended by full time campers and it is exactly like they described. A lot of pull through sites along with back ups. Sites are spacious and not right on top of each other. There is plently of tree trimmed shade. I will visit this park again.

Great place, plenty of room

This is a great stopover. Only issue is they dont enforce mask protocol. Seven customers and three people behind the counter, none with mask. Otherwise, I would have given it a 5.

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