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We have stayed at this KOA many times it has full hook up, 2 lakes (you can fish). We rented a golf cart for $5.00 for 3 hours and drove to the lakes and fished. The pool is always refreshing and clean. We take our noodles and float in the pool. The new owner has done a great job. We had wings and pizza delivered from the office it was a good dinner. They had a free breakfast in the morning we had the sausage gravy over biscuits. The price is good for a KOA, and close to the interstate yet enough off it to not hear traffic. There is a flying J or Pilot at the exit makes it easy for gassing up.
We don't use the bathrooms so I can't speak to how they are but we like this campground. Others said they were very clean.
We will stop here again this was our 3rd time here.
We spent the weekend at the park and it was nice. We had a well shaded place and level. Site included power, water and electric… Full hook ups were all taken. Bathroom facilities were nice also. Due to the Covid19 the pool wasn't open or even started to be cleaned since the county won't allow it at this time. We took a ride to veterans state park to the lake and rode the kayaks which were really nice, and the beach area was nice. Once the pool opens, I can see quite a few trips back to the koa.
P.S. don't let the exit fool you… It was very quiet there even though it was close to the interstate and the exit is deserted.
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 itself is spacious with plenty of shade. There are a couple of good sets of trees for hanging a hammock. The electric box is a little further from the tent pad (which is packed sand and not gravel) than most sites I’ve stayed at, so I was happy that I brought an extension cord. The camp restrooms are adequate but not at all ADA accessible at campground #1. There are 3 toilet stalls, 2 that have working latches, and 2 shower stalls- both with working latches. Both of the showers have a small little room for you to change clothes with a hook on the wall and a hook on the door and a little bench. If you’re tall, be ready to duck to get your head under the water because the shower heads are low. Temperature and pressure were good. Bonus perk- stray cats at the campground.
The park itself has some cool trails. We hiked the west river trail all the way to the farm at the front of the park. It took us over wooden boardwalks over swampy Cyprus areas and through the forest around the 17 mile river. It was pretty and the heritage tobacco farm was really cool. There are restrooms and a coke machine at the farm. The coke machine takes cards, but bring lots of water with you. There are lots of animals that are used to being fed, so buy some food at the visitor’s center, or prepare to be made to feel guilty. The farm is situated next to a small lake, and when the world isn’t shutdown due to COVID-19, they rent boats. The lake is big enough to boat around in for a little while and there are fish to be caught- carp from what I could tell.
There was a small gravel road that split off from the first group picnic shelter area that takes you down to the 17 mile river for fishing access. The 17 mile river dries up some years, but the deeper “lakes” keep water in them during those dry years. The river wasn’t flowing while we were here, but there was some standing water in places that would have been dry if it hadn’t rained recently.
The park is about an hour and a half drive from the main entrance of the Okefenokee swamp. We drove down there and rented a kayak so we both could go paddle the swamp. On the way down there, somewhere outside of waycross, we passed a mudding course, if that’s more your style.
Overall, this is someplace that I probably wouldn’t come back to because I’ve done all the things that the park has to offer, and there are more parks to explore. It’s definitely worth a visit for a night or two, or as a jumping off point for other activities this part of the state has to offer.
We stopped here in May of 2020 enroute to leaving Florida. The location was the perfect stopping point for overnighting. It is located close to I-75 so very easy to get off the highway and back on in the morning.
The Park: 100 very level sites, full hook ups, easy to get in and out of. Plenty of space for big rigs. They have WiFi too! They had public restrooms and shower houses at the office. The park is really pretty, very clean. Most sites were pull through sites.
The owner and staff were very kind! We occasional heard traffic and thought we heard 1 train at night. We really enjoyed our stay and we will stay again.
Due to the virus we are not using public restrooms at this time so I don’t have any photos of them.
We enjoyed this park so much. We’re from this area so as far as sights and sounds and activities, it was all fairly familiar and routine BUT this place is so nice and well kept that we had an unforgettable time anyway! Every part of it is beautiful, clean and maintained. The staff was welcoming and even accommodated us changing campsites at the last minute. The kayak trail down the Little River is so much fun and good for beginners. The Coastal Plains nature trails are in great shape, well marked and enjoyable. Great place to stay.
Four friends and I took a road trip for spring break and our second stop was Reed Bingham. We were supposed to camp on the paddle in site but recent rains wouldn't let us. They were very accommodating and gave us their pioneer site, with it's only personal outhouse, and a 20% refund. The pioneer site was a lot of fun. The downside of the park was their Georgia camper patches were very sad looking an unraveled (they look a lot better at other parks. We don't know why but if you're a patch person buy them at Stephen C. Foster) and they sold us wet wood so were weren't able to get a good fire going. We had bought two and we asked for a refund for the one we didn't use and we got it. Fun hiking too with good bathrooms at the entrance but again, because of the rain, some of the trails were closed so out hikes were cut short. Obviously the rain isn't their fault, it's just something to keep in mind if you go after it's rained. All in all a good place to camp.
A lot of the allotted tent sites were in weird spots near the road or among the cabins but we found a nice spot near the lake. Using our own kayaks on the water was free, but they also have boats and canoes for rent. Trails are pretty and easy. Only complaint was a loud group of teenagers in the middle of the night during the “quiet hours” hanging out on the dock.
This campground is in great need of some upgrades. We have stayed at much better KOA campgrounds. Dirt roads in need of repairs, bath houses are run down, camping spots are so close you can hear your neighbor snoring! We arrived to find that our reservation was mishandled so our site was changed last minute (even though our reservation was paid 2 weeks prior). Ended up on an unlevel dirt spot 6 feet from another camper. The only good thing about our stay is that is was only 1 night!
My wife and I are on our way to Florida from Nashville. We are not in a hurry and stopped north of Atlanta for a couple of nights at Red Top Mountain State Park. It is a great park.
We arrived around 4:00 pm and the office was closed but we knew what our campsite number was in this park. The park was a little farther off I-75 than I thought it was but to be honest my wife made three reservation. What a huge surprise when we pulled up to the park. A dam and lake and a very clean area. Driving past this area we came to a playground which was very well kept. On a little farther was the campground. From what I saw each lot is a pull through and very, very spacious and clean. The trees had moss growing in them and there was a gentle breeze blowing.
I want to come back and spend more time here! This place is so inviting and peaceful.