1 Park near Andersonville, Georgia
Mar 2016 - $18.00
23 Site City CG. 4-5 permanents. Some concrete pads, some grass. Mostly level. Surrounded by trees with a few scattered inside the CG. This CG was perfect for us. Quiet, peaceful. No tables, fire rings or playground. Large wooded area behind CG to walk dog. Bathrooms were locked with a combo lock which we never learned combo. You gotta go about 2 blocks into town to the Drummer Boy Museum to register and that's the only reason I gave service a lower rating. Might me my fault, but it took me a while to find the sign telling me where to register. Overall, I recommend it for adults who don't care about extras. Some sites had concrete pads and some were grass. It appears that some of the concrete pads had cable TV access. - ebaldy
Feb 2016 - $18.00
First, what kind of camper are you? If you prefer well-manicured facilities with lots of amenities, this is not for you. If you love somewhat funky campgrounds run by locals and reflecting local character like we do, this is a gem. Old, somewhat rugged, but with well-maintained 30 amp electrical service, water, and sewer hookups. Some long-termers (doesn't bother us). Numerous level sites, some with old concrete pads. Exceedingly friendly managers, and a 2 block walk into tiny historic Andersonville, with nice cafe, museum, similarly friendly Southern hospitality from real people living real lives, dogs barking at night, and roosters crowing in the morning. Very close to Andersonville Civil War POW camp and the Carter National Site in Plains, GA. - Tim B.
Apr 2015 - $17.00
What an experience! The park is very small with a lot of full timers. The bathrooms have been upgraded since the last review in 2010. As previously mentioned, this is a city park. No cable, no Wifi, full hook ups, level lots, but NO amenities. The location to the Andersonville Historical sight can't be beat, it is approx. 1/2 mile away. This is not a destination park, we stayed one night on our way from Columbus, GA, to Jacksonville, FL. - Living the Life