4 Parks near Brunswick, Georgia
Feb 2013 - $18.00
This place is gross, plain and simple. Very few sites, all close together, no privacy. The people there were gross. Now if you are looking for a place to kick back, some dope and run amuck, then this is for you. Of the 56 sites, 12 are tent with power, and 6 are tent primitive sites. - mari912
Jan 2009 - $20.00
This park is a fish camp on the weekends. We had a river site with 50 amps, the river view is beautiful. The road to the park from main road is paved a bit narrow with a few low hanging tree limbs. The road turns to dirt at park entrance as is the rest of the park. The sites are small with 7 river sites. The staff at the park are nice but this is a fish camp with little to no camping rules. If you don't mind some redneck fisherman on the weekend this is a cheap place to stay with great views. - coonfur2
Apr 2015 - $36.00
This is a beautiful campground and park owned by the county. It is large but the spaces are situated such that you have alot of privacy. We were in space #45 which was right across from the bathhouse. The spaces are hard packed sand and ours was level. There is a concrete patio that you can pull your camper up to so that when you step out you are on concrete. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring/grill top. The cable TV worked well for us as did the Wifi. There is a nice playground, a swimming lake, canoe rental, fishing and biking trail. There isn't a camp store, but they do sell ice. There are 2 soda machines. We have At&t cell service and had good reception. There is a Dollar General Store about 3 miles down the road if you need supplies. Overall, great experience! - joyrider
Apr 2015 - $36.00
This is one of our favorite parks and we stop here for a break every time we go to Florida. The park has trails, water access to both ponds and the river and is located far enough from I-95 so that highway noise is not a problem. There is much to do in the area which makes this much better than just for an overnight stay. The only negative is the bugs, but that goes with the territory. - VtLee
Mar 2015 - $31.00
This is a great county run park!
Everything worked great. After 8pm campers have the entire park to themselves. The entrance to the park is locked at 8, but is the code is provided for after hours entry.
Good luck on getting a satellite signal due to the forest.
The roads are crushed rock and are in need of leveling. - jnateg
Jul 2015 - $85.00
Spent the 4th of July with some amazing people and a spectacular firework show for the young ones!! As a family coming from the North we found the epitome of Southern Hospitality!! We participated in the 4th BBQ which the campground supplied the meat (BBQ Pork & Chicken) the campers supplied homemade (some store bought) side dishes and deserts. The tables were packed with food and people and it all started with a blessing in honor of our country, our troops and our first responders. One other event to detail the type of people Georgia had to offer (as most campers were not from out of state)... We had gone into Jekyll and a storm moved in quickly, I had accidently left out my awning and I returned to it tied down by two fellow campers!! To quote one said "We've gotta take care of each other"!!
Only negatives to the park is the lack of shade and a bit of a sulfur odor which comes from the main building, they may have a water recycling center somewhere near.
Would recommend highly especially because of how close it is to Jekyll and St Simons Islands!! - Mali-Nut9
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Sites are long but could be considered narrow for the really big rigs. We noticed sites with torn up grass because it appeared they did not have enough room to get in or out of the sites. That being said, if you know how to drive your RV you should be okay. Cable is satellite broadcast through cable - not HD, but okay. Signal strength through antenna TV is good. You will pick up Jacksonville, FL stations. Electric, water and sewer services are good. Rates are $40/nt, or $240/wk. We used our Good Sams card for a 10% discount. We did not use the bathhouses, but they appeared to be nice. - Howard Jaros
Jun 2015 - $35.00
Easy access off I-95. New park with paved interior roads and site drives. Most sites are pull through with back-ins along the perimeter. WiFi was good and cell service as well. Minimal trees so satellite TV was good. Decent green space between neighbors. All buildings are newer and substantial. - eaglessoc
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Everybody was friendly, the grounds and facilities were clean. We had a drive thru site. We were just passing through so I can't tell you what was there to see. I would stay again. - Lindas Old Man
Mar 2015 - $30.00
We pulled in to stay for the night, office was closed. Sign said find a spot, pay in morning. People were pulled in every which way and there wasn't a map to follow only the one on the board. We stopped and walked around to see the numbers that had 50 amp hookups. There were trailers there with junk sitting around them that looked like squatters had taken up residence. Tractor trailer trucks and flat beds parked along the roadway. Not sure if people were staying in them or not. Hugh pot holes in drive way. Unkept people just "hanging out". This place was not appealing. We decided not to stay here. This was also marked a Good Sam Club Park. - Beverly McConnell
Feb 2015 - $18.00
Ok for an overnight stay. Easy on and off access from I-95. They advertise "cable TV" but you have to get a cable box from the office (with a $40 deposit) and then hook it up to your TV. Very impractical for most RVs with built-in TVs, especially if you have more than one. If the front office had been truthful about this when we checked in, we would have gone elsewhere. Wifi connection was strong, however. Lots of pull-thru sites for overnighters, but beware the wicked right turns towards the exits if you park too close to the end of the row. As there are other more modern parks in the area, we would only stay here again if there were no vacancies at nearby parks. - Pooh 2