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About 6 miles from Bainbridge GA. Easy to get to. As a COE though not the best one we've been to. It's basically a swampy area which made it terribly buggy and very hot and humid. Spent our evening inside. Sites were level and fairly big some with decks. Phone service spotty. Electric boxes…
Very well kept grounds. Camp site was clean and bathrooms where clean. Very polite workers too. Did not have cell service. But that just made the family closer lol.
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Big sites. Big pool, baby pool, kid pool with dump bucket and Lazy River. Play ground. Outside bar & Grill. Lot to do. Clean
Sadly this park is closed, I assume permanently. My wife and I rode up to check it out on July 4th. There was a huge pile of dirt blocking the entrance from the road. Ashamed. Two or three years ago it was nice, but obviously underutilized. Hurricane Michael Oct 20, 2018, may have the beginning of…
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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Site #89, nice level site with shade. The other sites nearby are very close so no a lot of privacy.
Campground was very busy with swimmers, fishermen, boats and jet skis. Not like the state parks I have camped.
Yes, the roads need some work but honestly the sites were large. Most folks camping were there with boats for fishing. It had rained quite a bit so we didn’t get to do the trails too muddy/swampy. We biked and it was nice for those who just like a five mile easy, couple hills only, type riding.
I camped at this park as a child and will always remember hearing the animals from the zoo in the middle of the night. The lions roaring and the monkeys howling isn't something that many campgrounds can offer. There is plenty to do at the park including fishing, boating, bmx and mountain biking,…
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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Nice COE park. Level sites, many on the water. Some sites really wet with standing water in rainy weather. Host was not very accommodating when we asked to be moved to a dry site when the site next door was available, with no one arriving until the next day. It was an over night stop for us.
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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…
This campground was so accommodating!! The owners were extremely friendly and laid back. They up keep the property to be very nice and clean. The bathrooms are so nice and they even have little games to play around the campground for families and friends to pass the time like ring toss and horse…
Very chill, quaint campground. Has a cute bath and laundry house. Best part was the owners though, they are super sweet and accommodating! We would definitely come again.
Camped here for one night Jan.1, 2021. Fine for the night, nothing special. Staff are friendly and accommodating. However, the area is not inviting. Camping spaces are close together.
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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