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The campsite was very private and backed up to the woods. The farm was so much fun and the people were absolutely amazing! They walked us around and gave us a little tour, they were super friendly!
Our family visits this place at least 2 times a year. It beautiful with great sites and many activities that include the pond/lake, archery that the kids and I like. Many trails for hiking or biking.
We are local and we’re taking our new travel trailer on her maiden run to work out any bugs before our two journey.
Great quiet place. Golf course is “par”! Not much to do out in town and not many restaurants to keep out. There is a food lion just a couple of miles away.
Staff is very nice and…
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This is a good campground divided into 2 loops. Many pull throughs. We had site #12 which was gigantic. All the sites are open to your neighbors. Small park with a few trails, small pond, and farm. The farm was great with chickens, sheep, donkey and horse. On our visit there were 3 day old lambs!!…
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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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On day of my second visit 4/6/21 park was open and ready for campers. Site is right next to DNR Ocgmulgee River acces. Grass well maintained, sites not well marked, while electric may be mostly 30 amp, #16 and likely others are 50 amp. No RV Dump found, all sites do have water.As of this date, cost…
My son and I went to the primitive sites and had a blast. The sites are really spread out and really clean. We were able to find plenty of firewood and used the fire rind and stand to cook our dinner. Would definitely go here again.
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Arrived here for a three-night tent stay after Black Rock Mountain. You have to drive all the way in to reach the camp's office. At six, they were already closed, so had to check in the morning after. The comfort rooms appear brand new on the second week of October 2020. They were centrally located…
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Nice campground. Good spots, beautiful location.
Went here with my husband and stayed an extra day. Very relaxing. Really super cool trail through the swamp. Nice bathrooms and showers. Had a very peaceful time here
Very peaceful park some nice walking paths beautiful wildlife around enjoyed it
Small quite very clean campground! Super nice bathhouse. 4 miles of walking trail from the campground. Awesome kayaking among the cypress (3-kayaking trails). Will be back!!
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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…
We booked for a primitive camp site. The lady on the phone told us it was a 3/4 mi walk. We didn’t mind until it got hot (high 80’s-mid 90’s) on our second trip, a park ranger told us we could drive up to the site. (I only back up this suggestion if you have a 4WD) Of course after walking all that…