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12 Reviews of 2 Avants, Georgia Campgrounds
Short weekend to get away. Campground was very quiet and peaceful. Will definitely go back! Campground host and volunteers are great.
Loop #1 one is some what on the primitive side. Washed out dirt round makes the loop. The sites have water and power but maybe unlevel and seem to be not…
I’ve been camping at General Coffee for over 10 years and I’ll never stop coming back. The heritage farm is worth it just by itself, but it doesn’t stop there. The trails are long enough to get a nice workout in and the cabins are beautiful! I’ve only ever stayed in the cabins but I’m sure the tent…
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Very peaceful park some nice walking paths beautiful wildlife around enjoyed it
We tent camped for 2 nights in campsite #1 in campground #1. This site is the first site to the right when you pull into the campground. There are trash cans at the campground exit and a direct line of sight view of the dump station. The west river trail runs right behind the campsite. The site…
Great state park in Nicholls, GA. Restrooms clean, campsites are easily accessible.
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Nice campground right next to the best catfish river out there
Quiet. Off the beaten path. Near Douglass, Ga. Abour 30 minutes to Broxton Rocks.
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
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.
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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.
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…
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…