3 Parks near Cordele, Georgia
Mar 2016 - $34.00
Tight corners. Dirt roads with ruts. Grassy sites. Need TLC. Weak wifi. Lot spacing was nearby with sunny/open exposure. - Retired FL CSM
Mar 2016 - $37.00
Unlike most KOA parks, this location was clearly designed for larger rigs. It is not a very large location. Nearly all sites are pull thru and quite wide. Some of the sites have enough room between them to park another RV. The staff is very friendly and escort you to your site. It is a very easy on and off to I-75, however, there are no other facilities here. Exit 101 - which is 4 miles away, has many restaurants and fuel stations. There are a few negatives though. The water pressure is OK but not great. The cable TV is OK, but not great. Stations are so-so in clarity. The WiFi was not working while we were there. The staff said it has been very spotty (at best) and is currently under repair again. - rv time
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
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
May 2016 - $38.00
-excellent Lakeside rv park/campground with many lakeside backin sites, and others that ate backin or pullthrus
-manuvering may be difficult for some longer units since trees border the lanes, but also provide a lot of shade during the hot months
-sites are mostly gravel base, with r/r tie edges, and elec, water, cable, and free Fast wifi(some offer 50a, ours had two 30a, a first for us)
-sites are mostly adequately spaced, though some have curiously close 'picnic' areas right into the neighboring site, strange.
-Overall a good place, if the weather is tempered(mostly hot and humid July and August especially) - hturnerfamily
Feb 2016 - $18.00
Our GPS took us via the rear entrance so had no signs for registration station and ended in campground that was nearly full even though we had been told the day before that reservations were not needed. We unhooked toad and went to registration station as we were not to be on sites without being registered. Since, Georgia Parks are on a first come first serve basis which means no site specific even with registration. The staff are efficient but not friendly, and most sites are level and very spacious with the only 50 amp service in sites boarding the lake. All other sites are 30 amp and we found many electrical posts with broken/cracked receptacles. Utilities, however, were strong but the interior paved roads are suffering from tree root invasion and our motorhome duals didn't not enjoy,so beware especially campground 2. - RJourney
Feb 2016 - $28.00
Overnighting here was easy and relaxing. Seems to be a destination type of park, especially for families. The variety of activities invites campers to stay for a while. Sites range from tight lake front views to wide open camping away from the water. Fire ant mounds suggest that bugs could be a problem in warmer weather; gnats gathered in our adult beverages as we enjoyed the sundown. This park is definitely on our "leisurely visit" list. - spikedog