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Very nice, well kept little campground. The sites are good sized but not a lot of privacy. Sorta like a nice parking lot with grass and trees. We stayed in January so the weather was on the chill side. I did not notice a lot of trees though for shade when the temperature does rise. When you enter there are two nice little ponds that are said to house some fish. At the top of the right side hill there is a pavilion, laundry area and private shower rooms. Very clean, very well maintained. Not a lot of light but if you have your fire pit going and your flashlight you’ll be good. There are some nice short trails and a small dog park with agility equipment. Milledgeville is close by and your campground hosts have compiled at list of nearby places to visit AND a list for emergencies, to include a Veterinarian which I thought was pretty awesome. Nice place.
This is a great state park located in Flovilla, Georgia. If about 10 miles off I-75.
We arrived after dark so the main entrance was hard to see. We had to make a u-turn however getting to the sight was clear once in the gate.
The campsite host was very friendly and helps us park the camper. There are no street light in the campsite loops. Which is good to see stars but tricky to park. We had a couple 1000 Lumen flood lights that really helped.
The bathrooms were clean and warm. They were not new, but clean.
The park was on a lake and had plenty for area to walk and ride bikes. We didn’t have chance to fish but it looked promising.
These people do it alll right from clean convenient bathrooms to a lovely park atmosphere even though RV slots are fairly close together. (Clearly a popular place for many regulars! And i see why with its quality & convenience..close to the interstate exit.) Did i mention the bathrooms were sooo nice & clean with all the helpful details like nice tile seat in each shower and more? They were so helpful and kind on the phone as we were first time/last minute guests on a rainy night making sure we knew which exit to take! Oh, yes and there is a pretty fountain in the little lake just for fun! (Bonus: Cracker Barrel right nearby!)
Set back in a wooded area on a nice little lake. Boats permitted but max HP is 10. Sights are nice, some closer than others. Bathhouse was taken care of and close to Dausset trails if you Mountainbike. Miles of fun trails that connect to the campground. The Springs were fun with a lot of history. Beware of drinking the spring water. Lots of people bottle it up but if you don’t like sulfur I highly do not recommend even taking a sip. Fun little putt-putt course for the kids in the park. It was a nice getaway.
There was a sign on the way in to the WMA stating a land pass is required to enter. I went without as it was late an no one was there. Two grassy areas marked for camping, the one further in by the fenced building has a dumpster and deer hanger with water hose. Saw several doe and not a single person but did see boot tracks on the dirt road on the way out in the morning. I’m in a truck camper, stayed one night although there was a sign saying it’s ok to stay 14 days. AT&T gets two bars of LTE
While on our vacation headed from Disney to talladega for the race we had generator problems and had to find something close to the track. The only problem was it was about 530 on a Friday night. But we happened to see that they had RV spots open. So we called the night manager talked to him about trying to get help even though they were closed. The manager was awesome set up the site for us saying I could just come by in the morning to pay. Plenty of space between the sites and nice trails to go walking on.
The only real downsides to this place was quite hours weren’t really enforced. (Though it was a bunch of kids playing). And the bathrooms were cleanish. Just needed a little bit of detailed cleaning. But overall our stay here was very pleasant.