Laura Walker SP is located at Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge and is a designated dark sky park. The campground is clean and level. Lots of trees, but the sites are not crowded. Showers and bathroom were clean with lots of hot water. Hiking, wildlife.
We try to get to Ft McAllister SP as often as we can. Not too far from Savannah and also close to the other barrier islands. Large, shaded sites, with breezes off the water to keep cool even in summer. hiking, a museum and boat dock. Nice seafood restaurant just outside the park.
This campground has a pool, WiFi, gorgeous lake, a trail around the lake, nice level sites, and they pick up your garbage. It's absolutely picture perfect. The only thing that could make it more idyllic would be to have some horses
park sites were good. trails along the creeks. fishing available with GA license. site floods during rain but quickly dryes up when rained stopped. nice museum and grounds sorounding the fort. we found some pottery in the marsh we turned into the park. would highlyrecomend
Awesome new location with plenty of activities and shuttle service to Savannah Sightseeing. Flooding is a concern, as they are having drainage issues. Some spots are on concrete, but more expensive. Rental units available lakefront.
Expect this to be a great spot we will visit again.
This place is not too far out and has rv and primitives campsites with nice fire rings. You can swim in the lake and there are two bath houses. You can kayak and fish. Also if you buy firewood from the check in office they will deliver it to you campsite. Sites aren't very private. But not too expensive. There is no store on site though. So you will always need to leave the grounds if you forgot anything.
Creekfire was a nice park. The price was a little expensive and they charged an additional $5 a day for "resort fee". Pros would be that the pool area was beautiful, the lake was relaxing, the grounds were clean and well maintained, they have an amazing playground and offer lots of kid friendly events. The cons were the pool was so packed it was hard to enjoy, they allowed beer and alcoholic beverages in the pool area, the sites were oddly laid out, no shade or mature trees, front staff was very rude, they charge additional fees for wifi & cable, they have the longest list of rules to sign and initial and the campers were not overly nice. We had an issue with our debit card as well. They require you keep a card on file even if you pay cash. We noticed on our visit summary that we had been charged for items we paid cash for. They refunded the money but weren't apologetic at all. They ladies at the front desk had pocketed the cash and charged it to our card. Crooked staff. We had a good time but paid way to much for what we got. We wont return here.
The lake is beautiful and the trails are well maintained.
Nice smaller campground, Relaxing and quiet. Has a window of time when boats on jetskis can be on the water allowing for a more peaceful atmosphere in the morning and evening. Down side only 2 sites have full hook up with one being the camp host.. showers and restrooms were clean but without full hookup I expected them to be bigger… 4 showers for 30+ sites on a lake seems light. However we had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed being able to kayak without worrying about boats & jetskis
There is access to gorgeous views and awesome activities. Small hiking trails and bike trails make this a great place for families. Restrooms are available at the campsites, as well as stoves and sand areas for tents. RV and tent camping available!
Stumbled on this by accident! It takes a bit to get here but it is very nice. Had lots of deer and raccoons around…and depending on the time of year you might see a gator on the drive in. Very relaxing and surrounded by history and water fun. Mosquitos and gnats were a bit prevalent but it is a marsh area.
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.
Beautiful and well maintained campground. Loved the canoeing and the hiking. Camped in February 2018 to go to a free concert in St. Mary's. We loved the campground so much we came back in March 2018 to go to Swamp Town Get Down in Waycross at the fairgrounds.
Stayed here after Christmas 2017. Very nice park with full hook ups. Sites are a little close and the fire rings are way to close to the RV sites. The park is adding new amenities. We had such a great time while visiting. The staff was great and they plan many events and cookouts for everyone. Can’t wait to go back.
Jekyll Island is very bike and runner friendly. The island is not over developed but still has a few restauants, stores and places tonhave a few drinks. The campground is very shady and has alot of beautiful oak trees. The campsites for campers have power, water and sewage and are all pretty level. the bathrooms are clean and in good locations.
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.