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About Indian Springs State Park
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Indian Springs State Park is located in Georgia
Latitude
33.245 N
Longitude
-83.92 W
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15 Reviews of Indian Springs State Park
Lots of trees!

We came here on an overnight stay one time and came back because we liked it so much. Clean rr's, well kept, friendly staff. The pic shows early morning fog but clears up.

Beautiful park and campground

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.

Off the beaten path

This is not an easy passing by stop but is a destination that is beautiful. RR's are rustic but heated as we were here in Dec. Great view and lots of trees.

Off the beaten path

This is not an easy passing by stop but is a destination that is beautiful. RR's are rustic but heated as we were here in Dec. Great view and lots of trees.

Quite the place

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.

Historic and Relaxing

Very nice and quiet campground with lots of history.

Very Rich In History and Cozy Camping

Another Winner from Georgia…. Great camping and pretty easy to get in and out of you have a medium to large rig…. A little harder if you have 38ft or larger but Overall one to visit…

Lots to do, beautiful spring!

This park is located south of Atlanta, which is the only drawback for anyone who lives North of Atlanta, especially if you are planning to go on a Friday night! We learned a lesson about late arrivals: our kids will not go to sleep unless they have had at least 2 hours to play in the new exciting "house", aka our camper. Otherwise, a very cool park. There is a fresh water spring that people can actually get their own containers and take water home. The rocky river bed was beautiful and peaceful. They also had an interesting outdoor gym with work out equipment, a cute store, I think they had putt putt too. I would definitely come back if we had a day off instead of trying to leave after work on a Friday.

Nice State Park in Georgia

Nice campground, site 42 was nice and level with water and 50amp electric.

Beautiful

Very nice park. Very clean. Restrooms were very old, but clean. Beautiful site. Large backing with plenty of room on all sides. Camp hosts were great. Been here twice already!