7 Parks near Covington, Georgia
Jun 2016 - $34.00
Speed bumps are bad, not needed. Roads are narrow and in pretty bad condition. Go slow. Staff was friendly and helpful with a couple of problems we had with tow vehicle. Sites are smallish and fairly close together. Most campers appear to be fairly permanent worker type RVs. Park OK for overnight stay but would not stay long term. Did not try the WiFi. Due to the roads and bumps etc, we did not hook up dinghy until we had left the park. - raysman
Feb 2016 - $40.00
We spent one night here. Staff were indifferent. Driveways to sites were narrow and very hard turns to get into sites. Looks like about 75% of the campers were long term. Sites were very unclean. There was dog poop on our site. It was possibly from the next trailer that had 2-3 dogs locked up inside. Sites were so tight that we could not put out our awning because it would touch the next camper. Could not back out of the site next morning because of cars parked in the roadway. Had to pull forward and make extreme sharp turn to get on the exit drive. Will NOT stay here again, ever. - Pine tree
Oct 2015 - $34.00
Very small but nice sites. Road around sites are narrow and trees & shrubs around site need to be trimmed back. Amenities looked nice but didn't use any. Great location just off I-75 south of Atlanta at exit 222. - DHString
May 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful site but regular campground and all facilities closed for construction. 11 sites available in equestrian area. No sewage or dump site. Hard to understand signs and maps Host and ranger very helpful. Construction completion maybe done July. - Always young
Jun 2014 - $28.00
Better than we expected! Large and clean sites with plenty of space. We stayed at #26 and it was flat. Sites closer to the stream are smaller, but there is still plenty of room for a fifth wheel or large travel trailer. People are supper friendly and bath houses were clean. It was quiet and there is space for any size camper in the park. Large swim area and a small lake for small boat with no motors as well. The only thing is the bath house near the circle with lake views is not updated. - gsimichele
Apr 2012 - $28.00
MH's towing heed the RR warning if coming in via the signs. Very sharp incline, there are a couple of big lots near the park turnoff on US-278 for unhooking. The CG here has lots of nice level sites, mostly back-ins. Paid $28 less 20% senior discount, plus $1 for 10 cable TV stations. No Verizon cell or broadband in CG, but there was a usable signal near the office. We had a really big level site. Only downside is the CG exit and dump stations are on the same narrow road. So you could be stuck in a dump line if only trying to go somewhere. The golf course was overloaded on a Friday; we drove off the course after 5 hours and having 4 more holes to play. Not acceptable at all. Laura Walker and Little Ocmulgee are much better options. - Bob and Inga
Jul 2016 - $47.00
Very nice park and setting. Heavily treed with sites tucked in the woods. Our site was tight and close to neighbors and had barely enough room for our tow vehicle. The park itself was full and busy, check in was a breeze. Have to pay $15 entry fee on top of the campground rate. We used this as a base to see things in the area, its a little on the outskirts of Atlanta but not any nice options we could find in town. - Harlee79
Jun 2016 - $47.00
There isn't much around Atlanta. You have to pay a one time $15 entry fee to the park so staying overnight becomes more expensive. Wi-Fi was never found by us. Cable was pretty basic. Sites are rough and not level. We had to use chocks. If you are just needing an overnight and aren't going to use the park entertainments, you might want to plan to get away from Atlanta area before you stop. - SerenityRVing
Jun 2016 - $47.00
Original site was not able to accommodate our 34' trailer due to downhill slope. Provided alternative which was on one of the main roads. I was disappointed in the sites based on the price. Unless you were on a premium site, some of them were not level and were fairly rough sites for the amount paid for each site. The office personnel were also not very accommodating when I told them about the original site (295) and how it would not accommodate a trailer more than 30' due to the downhill slope of the site. I asked about a site that was right across from my original site but was told it was unavailable however; there was no one on it the entire time we were there. The restrooms were clean but very hot. - FreedomExp
Sep 2015 - $30.00
The campgrounds hosts were very helpful and friendly. They worked on keeping the bathrooms clean Labor Day weekend. The park itself has some tight hairpin turns, which made it somewhat difficult to navigate with my 32' motorhome while pulling the car. The gravel pads were level. The sites are pretty good size for the most part. There are a good number of mature trees providing decent shade. The beach was in rough shape at the end of the summer season. - Cap'n G
Nov 2014 - $29.00
We stayed here 4 nights with two other camping couples. We have camped many state parks in the last 3 years and Georgia continues to have some of the nicest and cleanest parks that we have stayed in. Indian Springs was no exception. The staff was very nice and helpful, the campsites were clean, no trash or ashes in the fire rings, and the restrooms were cleaned everyday that we were there. Would highly recommend this campground. - junmy3
Jun 2014 - $29.00
RV sites are first come, first served, and include only 2 50-amp lots and 1 pull-through. Off/shoulder season best as sites are close together although offset to give most a view. Lovely CCC stone buildings around were built around the ancient spring first used by Native Americans for alleged health benefits. You're free to drink, bottle or lather the sulfurous water on affected body parts. Didn't cure the writer's arthritis. "'Multiuse' Trail" only for hikers and very experienced and well-conditioned mountain bikers. "Nature Trail" can be hiked by those in average condition. Park has miles of paved road with a lot of "hoops and hollers" (up and downs) that will challenge bike riders in only fair condition. Lovely stream near the entrance with lots of flat rocks can be climbed. Day use area has beach and is well away from camping spots. Fishing available. Town couple tenths of a mile from park entrance had only one open shop, a general store with everything from bug spray to worms for fishing, and an open-carry clerk. Well worth a couple days stay. - Mtmoi
Sep 2015 - $15.00
We stayed here from Sept. to Dec. due to it being close to my husband's job. The other people in the park were also mostly long term. Most people were nice, but some were of questionable character. No one follows the rules for leashing their dogs, many just run freely through the park. If there is an issue it is not addressed in a timely manner. Almost none of the washers or dryers work in the laundromat. We were on lot C which flooded overnight on Christmas, which we were woke up at 6am to move by a resident not the maintenance or management. The Wi-Fi is sporadic at best. The only good points were management is very nice, and hook ups are consistent, although my daughter was having some skin issues that have now disappeared since we have left and are no longer showering with the water there. If I could give zero stars I would. Our nightly rate is an average as we paid monthly at $400. - A W
Apr 2013 - $25.00
This park has improved since our previous stays! It's still not beautiful, but the terribly junky units have disappeared, and most of the seasonal places are well cared for. The restrooms are still pretty horrible, but we were pleasantly surprised by the changes. - lelblair
Apr 2011 - $25.00
I have to agree with one of the other posters on this campground, which is really a mobile home park with some RV sites available. The electricity is solid, water tested good. There's only 5 or 6 50amp sites, the rest are 30amp. It's quiet and all paved. Although some of the paving can be a bit rough. Although it's a little on the rough side, meaning old and very worn out, if you need somewhere to stay near Covington, (which we did) then it's not that bad. - b2bowers
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Yes, the roads are paved, but narrow. The sites are gravel, but uneven. I'd disconnected the towed, so I could move around on the site to get the rig level. There appears no maintenance is done, as the site was trashy and needed mowing. We stayed two nights, but the park is really only good for an overnight stay. - ETX
Feb 2016 - $35.00
This park does not offer any discounts other than coupons found on their web site. However, we found that since we were unable to print the coupons as we had no printer with us in our motorhome, they would not honor even their own coupons without a hard copy.
The park is easily accessible and is located about a mile south of I-20 on highway 441.
We've stayed at this park three times over the last couple years and it has improved considerably this past year after the main roads in the park were paved. The sites remain gravel/dirt. About half the park are long term residents, but overnighters are parked in the sites located nearer the front of the park.
This park is okay for an overnight stop, but we wouldn't recommend it for much more than this. - Johnson's
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Stayed here for one night. Had a pull thru that was fairly level. Site had 50 amp. water, sewer and cable tv. WiFi was not too good but free. Nice paved roads in all areas. They do have some permanent residents but most were neat and clean and in a separate area from overnighters. Only place for miles to stay with a big rig. Very close to I-20 but you can't hear it at all. - signaloil
Jul 2016 - $42.00
This is a very nice, well maintained and quiet park. It is a mobile home and RV park, with mobile homes and RV site co-mingling. The sites are nice and wide, there is well established grass and trees, but no trees are in the way of your parking. Every site also has a concrete pad for a picnic table, lawn chairs or whatever you like. There is also a swimming pool to enjoy. There are very few RV parks in the Atlanta area, but this is a nice one. I highly recommend this park. - Freedom73
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This is a challenging place to get to if you don't plan your route carefully. Office help gives directions on phone - pay close attention. If coming from west you'll have to get turned around and that will be a challenge. We came in from the east so didn't have to deal with that but the sign for the park is very small and you have to take it slow so be cautious.
This is a Mobile Home park slowing converting to RVs. Interior streets are paved with lots of, not very visible, speed bumps. Sites are stone, varying degrees of level depending on site, very spread out (spacious). Utilities placed well. Water pressure very high so use a regulator. Wifi available at our site and was fast. Verizon signal strong. Traffic noise from very busy Hwy 78. We would stay here again if in the area.
Note: Dec 2015 review must be the other park based on comments made. - cwier
Dec 2015 - $46.00
Clean. A bit noisy with children & boy scouts running about. Well laid out. Bathrooms and trash cans attended to routinely. Nicely stocked store on site. Only real negative would be signage was small and not reflective, horribly difficult to navigate with an after dark arrival. Luckily the DW was in a separate vehicle and guided me in over phone.
Be aware this site (C83 orange) lacked grass adjacent to your entry door & picnic table, thus dirt pickup was an issue. Site is just across from bathhouse, so lots of traffic to & fro. Site faces through woods, the tent camping area. We had two different scout troops just across the way, and this site is the short cut to the bathrooms (scouts & non-scouts), thus, lots of walking traffic, running traffic, and noise. We plan to come back, just will look for a different site. - trimacon