3 Parks near Cordele, Georgia
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Stay here often. We call it Gnat City due to the pesky gnats but if your stopping anywhere in this part of Georgia you are going to find or I mean the gnats are going to find you.
The staff is very friendly and fun to talk to.
I-75 noise, well yes but find me a quick stop on I-75 that does not have traffic noise or a train nearby. Does not interrupt our sleep.
Perfect for easy on and off stop with level sites. I left my fifth wheel connected to my tv and just put the the jacks down enough to stabilize. - Littleredsportscar
Apr 2015 - $42.00
The operators of this park are doing their best to keep it clean and inviting, but it is in a terrible location. As you exit the interstate northbound there are two semi abandoned shopping centers whose only tenants are an adult book store and a massage parlor. On the southbound side next to the park is an abandoned truck plaza that had squatters living in it. The noise from the interstate is very loud and on the other side of the park is a very active train track where the horn is sounded for the road crossing. We tried to walk around the park but encountered several loose dogs that belonged to the long term residents of the park. The night we stayed there was only two other units that were not long term. We would not stay here again. - VtLee
Jan 2015 - $31.00
Quiet, level, spacious sites. Restrooms were very clean. Friendly staff that let us borrow tools. It's right off the interstate but there are enough trees to block noise. Would definitely stay here again. - Barbie Queue
Sep 2015 - $20.00
On our way south to Fl. I called to make sure this cg was a PA and had pull through to accommodate a 42 ft mh. I was assured that they did and person on phone said "yes mam, just $20 for PA members. We got there to find the worst campground ever. Most electrical hookups were badly damaged. Although they insist you have your dog leashed, theirs is very large and running loose. Scariest part was trying to get out of our site without hitting a tree or getting stuck in a hole. - mhmama
Nov 2013 - $20.00
Worst CG we've ever stayed at, in general. Even if you get past the run down condition: Electrical pedestals are scary bad. Voltage dropped to dangerous levels if two power appliances were used at the same time. Supposed to be a Passport America member park, but they charged the same to us with our PA card as they show on the wall for all over night stays. - snowman9000
Oct 2012 - $18.00
Paid for 4 nights, but only stayed one. Voltage 140+. Our TV went up in smoke. Asked for three night refund. Park managment did not want to refund. After a discussion he did refund. The exit was narrow and had water standing on it. Our 33,000 pound rig became stuck in the mud. Wrecker cost $550.00, and a new TV plus installation cost $450.00. Total cost for one night $1,018.00. Have reported this to Georgia fire marshal with pictures of power boxes and mud exit. - 406texas
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Beware of the ANTS! The office nor the "Camp Hosts" told us about the horrible ant problem in the park. The next morning I woke to a parade of ants marching all over the top of my camper. We bought $50 worth of spray and traps. Left next day and still had a problem for 3 more days! We have been there before but in October. Great pull thru, view of lake, cable and internet. The ants just ruined it for us. - Romin2007
Jun 2015 - $35.00
We stayed here a couple of days. Gnats were terrible so we couldn't be outside like we wanted to be. Very pretty and clean park. Bathrooms were older but clean. Aircraft and tank display was very interesting to see. They have a large Marina and several boat ramps. Also available is an R/C aircraft flying field for your use. - LaMonte
Apr 2014 - $29.00
Our favorite state park. Friendly staff, nice sites. Clean and comfortable. Good inexpensive golf course, Disc golf and the lake. - JimSC