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We love this campground, quiet and secluded on the bank of the altamaha river, perfect for a quick weekend getaway
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…
Loved seeing the cypress trees in the water and the Spanish moss.
A few campers had kayaks with them and it looked like a great place to paddle and explore - but it did have gator warnings, so not sure what precautions one needs to take.
The campgrounds were super clean, including a modern…
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Nice clean campground. Clean bath house and large sites. All sites are full hookup and pull through. Has a game room with ping pong, foseball, pool table and carpet ball. Outside there’s shuffleboard, Cornhole and horseshoes. They have a nice playground for kids. Has a pond with swimming area and…
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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Spent the afternoon here to hike and relax. The camp/RV sites are nice and spaced out. The bathrooms were sparkling! There’s a dump station as well as laundry and showers. I had 1-2 bars with Verizon LTE so I received texts but couldn’t really get online if needed.
I hiked a trail loop to the…
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Nice quiet park! Good assortment of pull through and back in sites, 30/50 amp sites. The campground is not flat, so some of the sites aren’t level, I did have to use a couple of boards to level my camper. Lots of trees.
Cabins, small lake, walking/bike trails. Trail was a good bit sandy. …
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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If you keep left instead of going towards the rv campground, there is a free primitive camping area that has multiple spots for camping. There was one other person camping while I stayed here. It is not a large area and privacy could be an issue if there were a lot of people camping. There was also…
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We always enjoy camping here. Weather was perfect, beautiful campground.
Nice campground. Good spots, beautiful location.
Good spots, clean facilities. Would definitely recommend!
Couldn’t ask for a better stop. Full hook ups, easy checkin, super friendly staff, & warm cookies at checkin. There’s a ton of stuff for kids to do paddle boat, swimming, water slide, park, dog run, fishing. Possibly best of all WiFi that doesn’t suck. Remote work is totally doable at this…
This is a state park campground and resort and golf course. Cabins are also available to rent. We stayed here during the start of covid so many amenities were not open. The golf course and lodge area looked nice. The campground was ok. We had site #7 which was a host site so it had full hookup…
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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