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Decent campground

Great place to camp if you have a boat. Shore fishing is limited. They have a fishing pier, but it’s small and you have limited areas to cast. The campsites are close, but they have grills and tables at every site. They have good rates. I paid $16 for a Saturday night. Not a bad campground at all.

Quite and close to the beach

I love Jekyll Island! It has a great campground and it's within walking/biking distance to the beach. I go over there as often as I can. It's family friendly and pet friendly. It's always clean and the sites are a pretty good size too. The bathouses are clean.

Nice campground

We had a nice stay in our tent. This campground is perfect for riding bikes and getting to the ocean quickly.

Dark sky park

Laura Walker SP is located at Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge and is a designated dark sky park. The campground is clean and level. Lots of trees, but the sites are not crowded. Showers and bathroom were clean with lots of hot water. Hiking, wildlife.

Hidden Gem

This campground is nice, has some small sites and larger lots, some of the road is rough.

Sall pond for catch and release.

Hs construction for additional sites going on.

There are a couple tiny cabins and has a general store

Historic

Quiet. Off the beaten path. Near Douglass, Ga. Abour 30 minutes to Broxton Rocks.

Great little get away

This place is not too far out and has rv and primitives campsites with nice fire rings. You can swim in the lake and there are two bath houses. You can kayak and fish. Also if you buy firewood from the check in office they will deliver it to you campsite. Sites aren't very private. But not too expensive. There is no store on site though. So you will always need to leave the grounds if you forgot anything.

Love the driftwood beach!

Love this spot. It has a special place in my heart!

This was a beautiful well kept and quiet campground.

The lake is beautiful and the trails are well maintained.

Relaxing and quiet

Nice smaller campground, Relaxing and quiet. Has a window of time when boats on jetskis can be on the water allowing for a more peaceful atmosphere in the morning and evening. Down side only 2 sites have full hook up with one being the camp host.. showers and restrooms were clean but without full hookup I expected them to be bigger… 4 showers for 30+ sites on a lake seems light. However we had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed being able to kayak without worrying about boats & jetskis

Best beach

All this place needs is a pool. but there is a water park on the island. great bike trails. Take the carriage ride through the historic district.

Awesome

This is one of my favorite parks

So much fun

This park is so close to the Okefenokee. We spent the whole day hanging out. This campground is pristine. The campsites are a little crowded but if you can get close to the water beautiful.

The best campground

Dark sky approved you can see all of the stars at night. Kayaking nature trails spacious campsites

Home away from home

This little jewel has everything you need for a great time. Plenty of good walking trails and a great petting zoo. I love the old houses, it gives you a feeling of what it was like 100 years ago

Great Campground

We have gone to this campground a couple of times now and every time we go it has been a great visit. We love buying carrots to feed all the farm animals and if you want some good exercise rent one of the pedal boats.

A little gem

Small campground with some campsites that are Lakeside. Brand new bathhouse. Very nice golf course, driving range and store. Brand new office and ranger station. A pretty little campground. They do have a splash pad, mini golf course, and playgrounds for kids. There is a short nature trail. We like to go here once or twice a year when we don't have a long weekend and just want to get away for a couple days.

Beautiful Lakeside camping. Sites are terraced, most have views of the lake

Beautiful and well maintained campground. Loved the canoeing and the hiking. Camped in February 2018 to go to a free concert in St. Mary's. We loved the campground so much we came back in March 2018 to go to Swamp Town Get Down in Waycross at the fairgrounds.

our go to

fantastic park! bathrooms are always spotless. nice paved roadway. gravel sites all of them pull through. large private sites. the farm is aleays fun for the kids. great place for bike rides too.

One of our top 5 places to go

Jekyll Island is very bike and runner friendly. The island is not over developed but still has a few restauants, stores and places tonhave a few drinks. The campground is very shady and has alot of beautiful oak trees. The campsites for campers have power, water and sewage and are all pretty level. the bathrooms are clean and in good locations.

Peace and Quite

My daughter and I stayed the weekend here in Dec, 2017. It was a nice and peaceful getaway. Nothing really to do but hiking and hanging around the campground. The hosts were great and very attentive to our needs. It was cold at night and they made sure we had enough firewood. The bathrooms were heated and clean. Nice place if you just needed to get away for a few days.

Known facts

The owner is a hipocrit he drives around Norwich st picking up street whores and says he's helping people by giving them a place to stay by working them for barely minimum wage and says he would rather them get a job and when they do he threatens to kick them out if they don't work for him!!! He helps them get food stamps and then buys them for half price!!! And the owner is known to take sexual favors for rent!!! The owner would rather kick a paying customer out instead of one of his (working) girls!!!! I've lived there off and on for 10 yes I've seen almost everything you'd expect to see in the hood and then some!!!!!

A perfect 2 day vacation

We have a SUV tent and booked two nights at the campground and absolutely enjoyed our time there, in fact we stayed until 5 minutes before the noon check out. Driftwood Beach was a 10 minute walk from the campground and we were able to find sand dollars at low tide. We also brought our road bikes and biked the islandceach day we were there, about a 18 mike ride. Walked to the Horton House to watch the sunset over the Intercoastal Waterway. Would definitely recommend this campsite to everyone. You do need to pay a $6 parking fee/day so make sure you bring your groceries with you.

A perfect 2 day vacation

We have a SUV tent and booked two nights at the campground and absolutely enjoyed our time there, in fact we stayed until 5 minutes before the noon check out. Driftwood Beach was a 10 minute walk from the campground and we were able to find sand dollars at low tide. We also brought our road bikes and biked the islandceach day we were there, about a 18 mike ride. Walked to the Horton House to watch the sunset over the Intercoastal Waterway. Would definitely recommend this campsite to everyone. You do need to pay a $6 parking fee/day so make sure you bring your groceries with you.

A perfect 2 day vacation

We have a SUV tent and booked two nights at the campground and absolutely enjoyed our time there, in fact we stayed until 5 minutes before the noon check out. Driftwood Beach was a 10 minute walk from the campground and we were able to find sand dollars at low tide. We also brought our road bikes and biked the islandceach day we were there, about a 18 mike ride. Walked to the Horton House to watch the sunset over the Intercoastal Waterway. Would definitely recommend this campsite to everyone. You do need to pay a $6 parking fee/day so make sure you bring your groceries with you.

Good location, a little worn down

Woodsy sites, only about 12, but getting in was no prob. There was no on site host at the time & we had to leave a message when trying to book, but a nice guy came thru & checked on us/collected fee. Bathroom/shower house REALLY worn down, vandalized, but we managed. Good access to east side Okefenokee for kayaking. There was only 1 other camper there.

Clean

Park was clean and quiet. Location is awesome, was able to get to Jekyll island easily and St Simon too.

Gordonia Altahama State Park

We stayed here in Site 20 at the end of April, first of May 2016 . This is a nice clean park, located right in the City of Reidsville.

The campground is really small, and the spots are really close together.

The bathhouse was clean, and there was plenty of hot water, but it could stand to be updated.

There is a lake alongside part of the campground, and one short walking trail, but it you don't golf there isn't much to do here. It would have been a nice place to relax, but there were LOTS of kids running through the park all the time.

Get ready for some gators!

Spent a long weekend here and had a blast. In addition to taking a boat tour to see hundreds of alligators, they host a stargazing event as well as have many other wildlife on the property. Great family friendly setting.

Blythe Island Campground & Park

Fishing docks with lifts, ramps, campgrounds, shelters, bait shack, lake with beach, & more!