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3 RV Parks near Cairo, Georgia
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cairo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cairo in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $25.00
Clean quiet park just off just of U.S. 19 long pull thru sites, convenient clean bathhouse and laundry well groomed spacious grass sites just right for a stay in Thomasville - Bruce and Janette
Apr 2018 - $29.00
Found this park after leaving Florida/Tampa area---were originally only going to stay overnight but decided to extend for a few days. So glad we did as this is a beautiful park---older, yes but well maintained. Sites are mostly level, grassy, hard packed soil with full hook-ups. Wonderful Georgia pines throughout the park, 3 ponds with wildlife everywhere---owners and staff very courteous and helpful. Would recommend for overnight or longer. Thomasville about 8 miles south with shopping and rich southern history. - GreggW
Jul 2016 - $28.00
This location is really starting to show its age. Enough for an overnight. Lots of shade and pick your site. Quiet. Laundry needed housekeeping.
Plenty of space to walk the dog. With the a/c running I only got 104 volts. I ran the frig and water heater on gas to conserve power. - Libby
Jun 2017 - $15.00
Staff very friendly and efficient. Lots of older trailers with permanent residents. Used for an overnight stopover. Worth the discounted Passport America rate. - The Petersons
Feb 2017 - $15.00
Manager was wonderful and very welcoming and helpful. The park was very very quiet at night. - ACM
Jan 2017 - $15.00
This is an RV/trail neighborhood not a park. Junk cars with dogs tied to them, cats everywhere. The place out our front window looked to be a 'hoarder'. Many of the ' RV homes' were from the 60's & 70's model year. They claim 72 sites but at least 68 of them have permanent residents. Animal poop & trash was everywhere. Sites are grass/mud with ruts and large mud holes. No wifi or cable. No toilets/showers mentioned as available. This is the first place in 22 years where we felt compelled to lock up our outer bins on the RV & leave nothing out overnight. Part of the park smelled of sewer every time I walked the dogs. This place shouldn't be approved as a Passport America park; it degrades confidence in PA as a good recommendation. So why did we stay here, only place in town near family. But never again!!! I will drive a longer distance before I would stay here again. Can not recommend this to anyone. - Peppercatt
Sites: 85 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 17 Reviews
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Excellent campground. I stayed here a year for my work in the area and had a great experience. The owners were super friendly and take great care of the campground. The lots are a nice size. Couldn't have asked for a better place. - MtnRover
Mar 2017 - $33.00
Interior roads and sites were gravel at one time. They have since had grass grow through the gravel so they are now grass with some gravel. Roads were mostly dirt; particularly the exit road. We had to be selective about site we parked on; some were not very level. Cable did not work at all even though it was supposed to be functional on the site we were on. Good location right across the road from a marina/park on the river. Located just outside Bainbridge where there is shopping, restaurants, etc. Could be a decent park if they would invest in some gravel on the sites and interior roads. It is an OK location to stop for the night or if you are desperate to be on the river for some fishing. - Phaeton_Owner
Oct 2016 - $33.00
This nice park was our port in the storm of Matthew. We were traveling from NC to Sarasota Florida and realized that we needed to get far west. We started calling around for a safe place and found Flint River RV Park. Very nice owner. Sites are very spacious. There was some road noise during the day, but it was quiet at night. Sparkling pool was a nice treat. We enjoyed our stay at this park and appreciated all the nice folks of Bainbridge Georgia who welcomed us evacuees. We would definitely return if in this area again. - Arizona Nancy