Don’t let the dilapidated old white 2-story that greets you upon entry to this RV Park scare you off– once you get passed this rickety building that’s been condemned, the rest of the place is actually pretty dang nice(as far as RV parks go). Once inside the grounds, you’ll be driving on very well maintained roads that will take you counter-clockwise around the entire park. Whether facing exterior or interior, the grounds offer each RV’er decent space to both park and set up an outdoor adjacent living room.
Like everything else in Georgia, there’s Spanish Moss growing everywhere, so charm abounds, along with the wonderful orchestra of crickets, tree frogs and cicadas you’ll hear each night while staying here. From an amenities standpoint, there’s a recreational office in the middle of the camp, decent hook ups(water, electrical, toiletry, etc.), decent slab concrete to park on, solid picnic tables and while there’s no pool, there is a small lagoon(just be weary of the gators that likely are waiting for you as their next snack!).
There’s even a small office / shop on site that sells ice and a few other sundries, while there’s a rip-roaring bar located just next door, so you won’t have to travel far to swing back some suds and sing karaoke till dawn. Happy Camping!