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Nice Campground

This campground is very clean and quiet. Nice size spots, pretty water view, and very friendly staff. We used this spot evacuating from the hurricane and it was a great hidden gem.

Nice place to stay

Very clean and quiet staff very friendly


Real clean fishing and hiking and animals all over


Stayed here when we had to evacuate for a hurricane. The people were so friendly

No camping there

There is no camping at the public fishing area

Great park

This park offers a great hiking trail and a huge lake for kayaking/fishing.


Nice campground right next to the best catfish river out there

Good primitive camp for convenience

Good primitive camping but not the best. It’s the closest to us so it works for a quick one night trip.

Loved it

Enjoyed our stay even though lake was drained for millhouse maintenance . Will return when lake is full again

Great park we had a a good time in the pioneer site. Secluded from everyone else.

Had a ton of fun kayaking and hiking around the woods.


Quiet. Off the beaten path. Near Douglass, Ga. Abour 30 minutes to Broxton Rocks.

Great history lesson

If you like history this is a must see!

Cypress trail

This campground has a lake for canoe and paddle boards that you can rent. There is also a great walking trail with cypress trees and swampy landscape. There is also a Lodge to grab a decent meal on your way in or out

Home away from home

This little jewel has everything you need for a great time. Plenty of good walking trails and a great petting zoo. I love the old houses, it gives you a feeling of what it was like 100 years ago

Great Campground

We have gone to this campground a couple of times now and every time we go it has been a great visit. We love buying carrots to feed all the farm animals and if you want some good exercise rent one of the pedal boats.

A little gem

Small campground with some campsites that are Lakeside. Brand new bathhouse. Very nice golf course, driving range and store. Brand new office and ranger station. A pretty little campground. They do have a splash pad, mini golf course, and playgrounds for kids. There is a short nature trail. We like to go here once or twice a year when we don't have a long weekend and just want to get away for a couple days.

our go to

fantastic park! bathrooms are always spotless. nice paved roadway. gravel sites all of them pull through. large private sites. the farm is aleays fun for the kids. great place for bike rides too.

Peace and Quite

My daughter and I stayed the weekend here in Dec, 2017. It was a nice and peaceful getaway. Nothing really to do but hiking and hanging around the campground. The hosts were great and very attentive to our needs. It was cold at night and they made sure we had enough firewood. The bathrooms were heated and clean. Nice place if you just needed to get away for a few days.

Gordonia Altahama State Park

We stayed here in Site 20 at the end of April, first of May 2016 . This is a nice clean park, located right in the City of Reidsville.

The campground is really small, and the spots are really close together.

The bathhouse was clean, and there was plenty of hot water, but it could stand to be updated.

There is a lake alongside part of the campground, and one short walking trail, but it you don't golf there isn't much to do here. It would have been a nice place to relax, but there were LOTS of kids running through the park all the time.

Primitive Site Bullard Creek WMA

About 8 miles north of Hazlehurst, GA, on a dirt road turn off just before the Altamaha River, this primitive site lies in solitude amongst the loblolly pines. Besides the people who were really loud camping near us, it was a wonderful space. No water or electric hook ups unless you go to the RV site. There are showers, sinks and bathrooms near the river which is only a short walk from the site. There is a boat ramp there and tubing/floating down the river was a popular activity. Bugs weren't too bad thankfully!!