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 2016 - $40.00
Beautiful rustic campground with the longest pull through sites I have ever seen. The sites were nicely spaced and very private and quiet. Nice hiking trails. Would have liked to canoe, but the weather didn't cooperative. The signage within the campground could have been a little more clear, and the foliage needs some trimming, but overall it was a great stop. Definitely would recommend it if you like the rustic camping type feel. Convenient location for side trips to the islands. - Sally Chew
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Choice of pull-through or back-in; all sites are level and nicely graveled. There was a lake for fishing and bike trails. The campground was very quiet. Stable power and good water quality and pressure. Handicap sites area available. - Starxd
Mar 2016 - $38.00
This is a large, county run campground. There are lots of activities whether you're a camper or not. There is a large boat launch into the saltwater river. We saw lots of groups of people in the many pavilions scattered around. In the center of the campground is a large spring fed, freshwater lake with many adjoining canals that make for a great canoe/fishing trip; one one end is a large swimming area. Additionally, there are many long, well maintained trails for running, hiking or biking. Be sure to get a map at the front desk.
The sites are large, sandy, mostly flat with concrete pads. There is vegetation between each site so you don't feel quite so close. They have full hookups, cable and wifi. Accessing my Verizon service I had 2 bars. There were lots of no-see-ums and mosquitos (at no extra charge). The water taste was fine.
While the showers were clean and had hot water, they need hooks in the shower stalls to hang clothes and towels along with some place to hold shampoo and rinse. The drain in my shower was clogged up.
This campground is close to food, fuel (2 miles) and fun at Jekyll Island. The rangers constantly patrolled. We will definitely be back. - jebgg
May 2016 - $36.00
We really like this park! All the sites are concrete and most are pull thru unless you want a lake view site. Trash is picked up every morning at your site, and laundry room and restrooms are spotless. The close proximity to Jekyll and St. Simon's Islands make this the perfect park for those who like to bike ride. We've been here several times and will definitely come back again. - Dunwrkn
Mar 2016 - $38.00
We stayed for 2 days on the way to Florida. The facilities are well maintained and clean. The park is kept clean and presentable. The roads were a little narrow, but not that bad, we were camping in a 35' motorhome with motorcycle trailer and maneuvered without issue. The cable system was good and the wifi was so so. We planned for a night and stayed two to explore Jekyll and St Simons Islands which were worth the day trip. We would definitely return to this park if in the area. - Jgrif72
Feb 2016 - $38.00
Long level paved FHU site with cable. Poor WIFI. Clean nice park. Roads are a bit narrow for turns. Convenient to interstate but not noticeable road noise. We would stay again as an overnight, to visit the area for a few days, or for a group get together. - 2hams
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Our 2nd (and probably last) time here. Must have been in a much better mood the last time we stayed here. They advertise "free cable" but you must put a $40 deposit on a receiver box the nwire it into your system in order to get anything.
Too much hassle for a one night stay. The parks in the area cover a wide spectrum of quality. This one falls somewhere just below the average. - campiflo
Mar 2016 - $20.00
We were traveling with Adventure Caravans on a paid tour so I am not certain about the nightly rate.
I was not impressed with this park. The roads are not maintained and the sites were grass or dirt. There were many decrepit campers, even a burned out hull of one. - Dreaming
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