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5 RV Parks near Americus, Georgia
Sites: 48 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 43 Reviews
Sep 2018 - $44.00
This is an excellent vantage point from which to explore all of the towns/attractions found on the SAMS Shortline map. The park itself seems more like a place to "hotel" it in your RV than recreate. There is a KOA golf course if you golf. - JACI
Feb 2018 - $44.00
The Park was very quaint with only 46 RV spots. The Saturday night happy hour was lovely. All the guests John Ned together for s'mores and appetizers provided by the park. The spread was great and a good time was had by all, especially our two boys 7 and 10. They now have an enclosed dog park which was great for our pups. The large dog walk areas were also nice. They also offer free 18 hole golf, disk golf, and foot golf complementary to your stay. The hosts were warm and friendly and made us all feel very welcome. We will visit again for sure. We typically limit our stays in middle Georgia to fall - spring due to the summer knatz. - T Nation
Feb 2018 - $44.00
I gave this campground an average rating for several reasons. While the park was very nice, the cost was excessive in my view for the services available and I come to expect from KOA. There was no cable and very few over-the air stations you can get. If on one end of the campground the only dumpster is considerably afar. They have a meeting building on the park and the only place you can get Wi-Fi, but not on your parking lots. The city of Americus is about 7 miles away. The staff was friendly and gives a nice packet of local attractions. But with the excessive cost and services offered, this is a park I wouldn't stay again. - HMathis58
Jun 2018 - $18.00
We stayed here previously about two years ago. Unfortunately, we were not as happy with this campground as before. On the plus side they are in the process of putting in new electrical that (apparently) will include 50 amp service (we only use 30 amp). Also on the plus side a couple of the near-abandoned looking TTs that were at the park last time are now gone. One the negative side, the dirt roads in the campground still need major improvement. They wanted us to use site 1, but the rain had long ago washed out a huge gouge that made it impossible to back into the site with our rig. Also, the gnats were annoying to biblical plague proportions. Even worse, we woke up in the morning with an ant infestation on our rig. It's a great location for visiting the Andersonville National Historic Site and with even a little more work has great potential, but after this experience we'll likely hold off for awhile before returning. - AF_Pilot
Mar 2018 - $18.00
Very small park but it served our purpose of visiting Andersonville National Park and Cemetery. - ranic59
Nov 2017 - $18.00
Campground: Andersonville City RV Park is our destination so we can visit the National POW Memorial. The RV Park is perfect for our overnight stay. There appears to be a few full time travel trailers here. The park is convenient, simple, quaint and well maintained. Pull thru site 12 is a small concrete pad large enough for our 35ft without having to unhitch our toad. Looking forward to a morning of site seeing in Andersonville. - TravellerLott
May 2007 - $20.00
Very quiet. Not much in the way of shade. Good alternative to Ga Vet's State Park. From Hwy 280 & Entrance to Ga Vet's take Cannon Rd (opposite State Park entrance) for 6 miles. Turn Left onto Camper's Haven Rd for 1/2 mile. Campground on Right. Self check-in. There is a tiny store at the little campground 1/2 mile farther down the road. - Lornaschinske
Sep 2018 - $40.00
I'd go for a 10 overall except for the fact that you have to go up to the lodge to get wifi. It works well there. Some ants, but as long as you're aware and practice your normal precautions it's not a problem. Otherwise it's a great location and we try to route through here if at all possible. The SAM railroad excursion which leaves from the park looked neat. When we return next time we'll program it into our plan. - richb
Apr 2018 - $37.00
This state park is a resort complete with golf course, restaurant, marina, frisbee golf, excursion train and a huge field for remote planes. It also has nice hiking trails. The camping area is well-maintained and clean. Our site was a back in right along the water with fire ring and picnic table. The park was very quiet and had some apparent features that would make it very family-friendly. Wi-Fi was available but only in specific locations. As far as we could see it was not mentioned on their website but, if you come in after 5 o'clock, you actually go to the resort to register and get the entry gate code and then go to the visitor center the following day to complete the registration. It is important to call for reservations. We found it hard to get through on the phone. We were calling at the last minute for just a one night stay but the online reservation system seemed fine. - John-Jean
Apr 2018 - $37.00
We camped at this location on our way to and from Florida, so each way was just an overnight stay, not the destination. We found that signage and communication at this park were very poor. On the way down, we never saw where we needed to check in so there was confusion there, and on the return visit, we arrived at 5:30 pm to find the visitors center and the gate into the campground locked up. Fortunately my cell phone worked there and so I called the main number and got someone to give us the code to the gate. She said there should be a packet for us near the gate, but I never found one.
Some of the navigation appeared to me to be a bit tight for folks with large 5th wheels, but since we don't have a trailer that large, I couldn't say for sure.
I can't speak to any of the other amenities, but it appeared that there was a restaurant and sometimes live entertainment. Since we never really received any campground info, I am unsure about what all was available.
It is a very pretty park with many lakefront sites, there is a good (free) museum of military memorabilia from the revolutionary war up through Desert Storm and a display of military vehicles, plane and helicopter. It is good to see a nice memorial to our veterans. The gnats are very bad, but that is not the campground's fault, just a feature of South Georgia. - McNaryGirl