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
Dec 2015 - $40.00
We really enjoyed our two night stay at Blythe Island Campground. We arrived after dark, but with good directions from the clerk we found our spot. Under all the trees and Spanish moss it was very dark and had it not been the only empty spot in general vicinity of where we were looking it might have been harder to find. However, in the daylight, you will have no problem at all. We had a lot of business to take care of the only full day we had so we were not able to enjoy any of the park's features. It looks like a wonderful place if you have several days to stay. Our site was level and hook ups were no trouble at all. Very friendly lady in the office. It appeared sites were not all the same size, but all were more than adequate. - want2go
Nov 2015 - $37.00
This is our third stay at Blythe Island. The staff is very friendly and their maintenance staff is always active keeping the park in good shape. The camp ground is part of a regional park which includes a riverfront park and boat landing. There is also a lake for swimming and fishing.
There are many trees so it will be shaded in the warmer months and the sites are well spaced. No problems with electric, water or sewer hookups. The site was almost level. We have been there in November and February so it was not at all crowded. I suspect it is full in the warm season.
We found the location ideal to visit the surrounding areas such as St. Simons and Jekyll islands. It has easy access to Rt 95 and the surrounding roads are very good. Although the park is secluded, there are plenty of shopping, fuel, and restaurants in the area.
The only minor downside is the relative nearness of a paper mill. It is NOT close, but on a quiet night you can just hear the low background white noise of the plan. Not a big deal. Just thought you should know.
Each of our stays was for three nights. We will definitely return. - SchnoodleCamp
Oct 2015 - $40.00
The staff was amazingly helpful with southern hospitality. One of the staff was outstanding with his knowledge of the local fishing and tides; they will also bring firewood to your site! The sites were very clean and level, we had site 41 and the other couple had 42 so if you're going with 2 campers these are perfect wide open sites with FULL hookups. It was very quiet and peaceful and other campers were friendly as they passed by. We didn't use the bathrooms, which were only a campsite away, but they were spotless. The pond is good for bass fishing and you can rent a John boat or kayak..no gas motors, the Brunswick River is just on the other side of the park that's good for salt water fishing. We felt safe with the security circling often, we will definitely be going back and will recommend it to others. - 2Austins
Jan 2016 - $38.00
This resort is conveniently located off I-95. Signage to the RV resort was helpful (blue signs with white lettering). Office staff was helpful. Utilities for site hookups were new and the park is nicely maintained. The only negative item is the width of all roads. They are paved but not wide enough for a big rig, especially with tow car attached, to turn into the assigned site without running over the grass. Any motorhome over 38' would be well-advised to unhook the tow car before going to the site. We camped here in a 42' motorhome, towing a Jeep. - gbburgess
Jan 2016 - $34.00
Had a nice pull through 70 ft long. Great location easy off and on. Great staff will stay here again. Best campground in the area. - esfjyf
Nov 2015 - $37.00
Very nice pull 80 foot pull thru. Good cable and WiFi. Nicely landscaped. Easy check in. I highly recommend. - thesilverback
Jan 2016 - $22.00
The check in process was friendly and efficient. The office has an attached dining room where they serve food during the week which might appeal to some. We did not have a chance to use this being here on the week-end. There is a pool and laundry room - but again, we did not use.
This park has some problems with lots of large holes in the road which were filled with water/mud due to the rain. The ground/grassy areas were also muddy but this cannot be helped however the roads should be filled in properly. The area for parking is on a grassy area and not gravel or concrete - which creates major ruts around the site.
This park has "seen better days" as the saying goes and part of this is due to the large population of regulars who live here longer than overnight and leave lots of "stuff" around. The park is not well managed in this regard. They are in their own area but if one goes for a walk, it is less than appealing to see the lack of tidiness in the park. Plus there are many, many dogs/cats and picking up after the pets doesn't seem to be a practice. Plus barking is annoying.
Would we stay here again? Yes, because it is a real bargain and we had no difficulties with anything - though the WiFi is only fair. We used a hot spot - which works better. The bottom line is that this is good for a quick stopping point but there are several other parks in the area far more appealing (and more expensive) than this and if staying longer, we would opt for them. - Bonnie-Ken
Nov 2015 - $22.00
Very old, tired looking park. We are Passport America members and when I made the reservation the rate was $16 a night. When we checked in we were charged $22 plus taxes. When we questioned this, she said that the rates have changed. OK, I get that but they should have changed the listing on the Passport America web site. The next day it was changed. Parking is on grass and fairly level. A lot of long term residents with some having a lot of junk outside of their rigs. Good 50-amp power but very low water pressure. The WiFi is free but it is very slow. We were able to use our on-board satellite in site 41. We think $40 a night plus tax to park on grass is a bit expensive and we will not return even with the Passport America discount. - StarlifterFE
Oct 2015 - $20.00
We stayed for three nights in our motorhome. Sites are a bit close together, I had to move the neighbors picnic table to open my outside bay door. The laundry was adequate. Park was quiet. The WiFi was free and fabulous...always a premium point with us. It's only a 10 - 15 minute drive to almost any kind of shopping you might need. - Da Keeffes