Nice park and well run but the negative is that it is in the middle of no where. The on site restaurant is fine if you want basic country cooking. Current owners are working to add sites and improve park facilities. I did not care much for the on site computer based "slots" type game room (at least 20 computers) which encouraged non-campers to come on site. Again, a well run park but just in a lonesome location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The RV park is very nice. There is a restaurant on site that serves lunch and dinner and is very reasonable. We have stayed here twice in the past 6 months are are returning again in March. They are a Passport America park, which is why the rate was $15, one half normal rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a find! We were fleeing predictions of snow and ice and stumbled on this gem of a park. Emerald Lake has a variety of level sites including pull-through, back-in, shaded, and satellite-friendly. Some sites are roomy, others are a little tight to maneuver into, but we put our 40’ MH into probably the tightest one in the park. We did un-hitch the toad first. The real draw at Emerald Lake is the great little restaurant on-site. Nothing fancy, but really good food for excellent prices. It’s a good thing, too, because there isn’t a lot to choose from in the area. The town of Colquitt, about 5 miles north, has some of the most impressive murals I’ve ever seen, and the town of Bainbridge, half an hour southeast is famous for its many historic homes. Although the park is out in the country, Verizon cell phones and 5-spot worked fine. Water, sewer, electric all worked fine, too. The park also has a small store, game room, pool, mini-golf, propane, laundry, and entertainment – a very good country music singer while we were there. The rate shown, $20.50, is Passport America at $17.50/night, plus $3/night for 50 amp. For the first time I can recall, the RV park was far better than their web site (rather than the all-too-common gorgeous web site and icky park). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park. The grounds are clean and nicely manicured. We visited in June and the grounds were filled with plenty of flowers in bloom. A restaurant with good food cooked on the premises. A great quiet place to visit for swimming, fishing, miniature golf, or just relaxing. We have been there several times and will definitely go back. The owners and their staff are perfect hosts. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Emerald Lake is a Gem !! The sites are spacious , the grounds are impeccable , and it is very peaceful . The owners , Don and Charlene along with their personnel were terrific hosts . We have traveled full time across the U.S. for 14 years with my husbands job. We stay 1-2 months so we have time to get a full assessment. Emerald Lake is at the top of our list ! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Plenty to do at this RV Park, fishing, miniature golf, swimming pool, playground, restaurant, ... Very clean and friendly campground with a nice fishing pond and swimming pool. The restaurant is open Friday and Saturday nights and on Sunday mornings, sometimes with live entertainment. If you are in Southwestern Georgia it is definitely worth a stay, we'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a city park, located just west of town on US27, do not turn on West St, that is the office address, just drive another 1/4 mile and its next to the Subway's. They have 7 full hook up paved sites and 3 pull thoughts at $15 per night and they also have about seven paved boon docking sites at $10 per night. There are no restrooms or showers. Walking or biking distance to the town square and restaurants. We will stay here again when in the area. 6 years of full timing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
148 West Street (US-27/SR-1) just west of downtown. Very new RV park connected to the city park. Easy access paved interior roads and sites. Self-pay honor system. Famous "Swamp Gravy" theater located east of downtown. We camped here in a Motorhome.