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20 Reviews of 3 Byne Crossroads, Georgia Campgrounds
Staff very friendly and easy going.
Gravel sites with 50/30/20 electric and water & sewer hookups
Noise is mostly blocked out by ac unit running.
The campground only has a little over 20 sites, keeping the whole place nice and on an intimate scale, especially if you are able to snag one of the lake-side campsites, which have nice lake breeze and beautiful views. The park is an important sacred site (I suggest visiting the mounds at sunrise),…
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We enjoyed this off the beaten path state park. Nice , quiet area with the mounds and trails to explore. Super friendly rangers and welcome center staff.
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This place was great. It’s not fancy, and could use some updating, but we really enjoyed ourselves. They had lots to offer: bike trails, a huge wooden playground, a splash park, disk golf, a bmx bike track, an rc car track, a small zoo/animal conservatory, and some sort of nature center or…
We spent one night here and ended up leaving due to rain, but it really is a wonderful park. The mounds are mysterious and beautiful, the trails were great, and the view of the lake was terrific. I’ll say that the comfort station wasn’t all that well maintained. Plus there was still detritus from…
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I had booked to stay here for 2 nights, but ended up only staying for 1 because my children were ready to go home. Our site was very nice, and we could even see the lake from our site even though we were not lake front.
The bathhouse was ok. The showers could have been a little cleaner, but…
All the campsites are pretty level, some on the water and very nice. Verizon service is sketchy and for the most part useless, AT&T the same....
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The park is great. The mounds are impressive. Lots of history. The campground was tight. Sites are very close together. My wife was attacked by some bugs, not sure what and she suffered the rest of the week. The staff was super friendly. There is not a lot to do in the area, but we’re we’re able to…
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A great place to get away from it all. The campground is on a lake where mostly canoes and small jon boats are used. There are trails and a small beach area, as well as the mounds and a museum. The staff are excellent and the campground and facilities are always clean.
Campsites– some spots are spacious like the pull thru but it appears everyone shares one electrical box with a neighbor. Pull thru sites are nice packed gravel/clay and a lot of the back in sites are grassy. There are longer stays available here and some of the sites have that “little too…
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A little background: I used to live five minutes from this park, and it used to be the first campground we visited every year to work out all the gear details. Back then (2012-2015), it was great! Absolutely beautiful, well maintained, gorgeous.
Now... the park itself is still great. Obviously it…
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We were right on the water (11 sites are) lots of things to do. We learned a lot and our youngest earned to Jr. Ranger Patch. Buddy sites to share. Lots of Geocaching!
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This was our first trip to Kolomoki Mounds State Park. It was a beautiful quiet park. The walking/hiking trails are nice and relaxing.
The only negative was ants. Be sure to take ant spay with you for your camper tires, etc.
We went camping at Chehaw Park July 13th – 15th of 2018. All the sites were grassy and pretty much level with picnic tables, really tall pine trees, 20/30/50 amp service, water and some with sewer. The Park as a whole is very nice, asphalt roads and parking lots, except for campground it has…
Not much to do in town but this is a great park. Very nice at Christmas.