11 Parks near Crawfordville, Georgia
Mar 2016 - $22.00
Excellent park. We had no reservation but there were many available sites in March. Very spacious partially shaded, level sites. Lots of walking trails. There is also a lake on the property but we didn't get to see it. Lots of room to walk your dog. Each site had a BBQ grill. Easy check in. The only negative is that you must purchase a parking pass in addition to the camping cost which seems unfair. - lstaff
Nov 2015 - $22.00
Had the place to ourselves on a rainy week night. Sites well spaced, level gravel. Very nice park. No tv via antenna, good Verizon signal. Would definitely stay again. - rockhill
Mar 2014 - $25.00
Wonderful park! Only downside is nearby train tracks. Heard three trains during the night but only one horn per train. So, if you're in a hard sided trailer or motor home you may not even notice. Otherwise, the quietest place we've ever camped. Level sites, clean restrooms. This is a little noticed gem. We will camp here again. - frankltd
Dec 2013 - $30.00
I take the kids to ride ATV's here. If possible: do not use the bathhouse. They are never clean. Its not a place to go unless your going to be riding off road. Would I stay here again? Yes but it's because of the riding, and that's all. - DS650
Oct 2012 - $25.00
This is a great place for off road riding, ATV, Motorcycle, 4X4 or any other type of off road vehicle. 6800 acres to play with, mudd, tracks trails family friendly fun. You ride right from your camp site or cabin to the trails and tracks. The big down fall is the bathrooms where filthy and not clean when we arrived and not cleaned all weekend at all!!! If you go forget the showers or bathrooms they are a 2 of a 10, this is the reason for the overall 6 rating. - DS650
Sep 2010 - $25.00
This campground is for those who like to get dirty! It is truly a sportsman's resort with ATV riding, dirt bike riding, hunting, jeep 4x4 trails, fishing, shooting range, skeet shooting, and soon Horseback riding. They have riding trails, and MX tracks. Rentals are available, and they have a great pro shop and service department. Great for families, guy weekends, girl weekends. Check out the website for your information. We had a great time, and will most definitely be back for more fun in the dirt! - noriwitt
Oct 2015 - $10.00
First I concur with everything side by the 12/13 reviewer. This is my second stay. I was able to pull my 40' (12.5' high) trailer through the road no problem. I would have been able to get into most of the spots. They are all long enough but the road is a little narrow and on the outside of a curve getting to one on left would have been difficult. Shower/bathroom are well taken care of. I parked by the pole in the field as I did before so I could see the satellites as the others are nicely tucked under the trees. Nice quiet place to stay while visiting my wife's friends and family. - Walter Cullop
Dec 2013 - $18.00
This is our third stay here at Callaway. The camping area continues to improve. The older sites are now being renovated to provide updated hookups. The access road has firmed up very well and does not present near the challenge as it once did. If you are looking for a resort atmosphere, with wifi and a pool, this isn't the place for you. However, if it is peace and quiet with an abundance of the outdoors and nature, you won't be disappointed. This will continue to be a stop for our family in the future. - davidjsimons
May 2013 - $18.00
We camped here in a 40 foot RV but the access road doesn't really handle big rigs. There is one spot for a large RV: no sewer, no shade, but a power pole and water. You have to drive up a large grass hill to get there, and I would not try it if it had rained recently. It had been very dry, so my husband said no problem. We scraped the front spoiler just a bit. This is a lovely spot, but just not big rig friendly. Their actual campground is strange. They have a number of permanent people living here, so the people coming in would have to go down a fairly steep hill to camp. I would not try this in anything larger than a 25 foot. It has power, water and sewer, but the access road looks difficult. - RV4fun15
Apr 2016 - $15.00
The park is between US78 and US378 east of Washington, Ga. It is quiet and in the country 8 miles from the nearest store. I was the only camper at the time; the barking dog had gone. The sites are large and the camp was clean with picnic tables, fire rings and Wi-Fi but we needed a booster. Requires two turns for pull-throughs but there is enough room. - Russell Earl Kelly
Apr 2015 - $15.00
Tight maneuvering, not for big rigs. No amenities except full hookup. 7 sites with 3 permanents, one with a large barking dog. Shaded, high and dry. - beachbum1pa
May 2013 - $12.00
Well kept park with 30 A service in the country. Very quiet. The drive was a little tight for our HDT (semi) and 45 foot 5th wheel. - Behemoth
2541 Carey Station Road, Greensboro, GA Greensboro, Georgia 30642 (map) | (706) 453-4505
Sites: 85 | Latest Rate: $36.00 | 23 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $36.00
As of July 2016, this facility was a KOA (again?). This "resort" is not at a resort standard. The camground requires that you unhitch your tow vehicle prior to entry because of the narrow roads. The site they put us in would not accommodate our 30 ft coach. It was too steep of an entry to the site and our back bumper dug into the dirt. After much debate, they moved us to a site across the way from the original site. After dragging our bumper along the cement for about 5 feet due to a steep entry, an employee commented about how lucky we were to get the shadiest site. We did not appreciate that since it was so difficult to enter the site. It was over 100 degrees when we checked in about 6 pm this day.
The restroom facility we found had exposed electrical wires, and no mirrors. We were unable to find the shower facilities. The entry gate requires a code to enter. The employee who was guiding us to the site opened it for us, but we were never given the code. It wasn't an issue for us since we arrived about 6 pm and knew we were leaving early the next morning. If we had known Lake Oconee Village was so close, we might have had dinner out while the RV cooled off. Entry into park is deceptive of park quality. Road into park from I-20 is very narrow.
Another review mentions a view of the lake. From our site, we could not see or hear the lake. If we hadn't taken a walk later that evening, we wouldn't have know the lake existed. The sites were not easy to use the hookups, based on their locations and how you had to park at each site. We rated site as bad because of the entry issues and hookup issues. - Ms Winnie
May 2016 - $54.00
The park is large and has lots of nice features. It is "rustic" and in need of repair. The decks at each site are wonderful, but are falling apart. Need paint and replacing rotting boards. The rest of the park is in the same shape. The sites are all tiered on hillsides, makes them all have a unique view of the lake, lovely. We can hear the waves lapping at the shore from our site, nice. Many trees, so no satellite dish can operate in our site unless we put out the portable one. No cable, and we could not receive any over the air channels. No biggie, kind of nice. Both pools are closed for repairs, so you might ask when they are going to be functional. Our site is not what you call spacious as far as the pad, but it is not near to any other sites. The hookups were not easy because they end up being under the slide out. - beach89bum
Jul 2015 - $45.00
Newly converted to KOA - and still working at coming up to what you find at most other KOAs (at least in our experience). Our experience was very poor due to the to physical facilities related to site levelness and at least one very good opportunity for a "high center" danger.
Upon our arrival we were checked in by a courteous staff member. We were assigned to our spot and off we went. The only KOAs that we've stayed that we were not guided to our spot.
This is where the issues started. The "pull through" we were assigned to was a dirt spot - not gravel, not concrete but dirt. "Pull through" is a misnomer here - the sites are very short with severe angles and corners to cut around. With our gasser Class A our levelers couldn't level out. We changed sites 3 more times before I found a washed out site that I could level on BUT when you opened the door the bottom step was about 18" off the ground. The electrical box was leaning severely towards the water faucet and the lid was difficult to open.
After complaining I was reassigned to another spot. A back-in . I did a recon of the site and figured I could back in. I did only to find out there was 30 amp service only. (Note: I was very specific in needing a 50 amp service.) So I was again reassigned to a spot just above where I was sitting. As I looked the spot over I noticed what I believe to be a very serious problem - the real possibility of "HIGH CENTER". If you don't know what a high center danger is - I advise you to learn. In my 22 year US Army career I have seen this problem - it So I did a K turn with my 38' sports car and avoided the possible danger. Then went to a new spot. We made it work - but it wasn't easy.
In the end - this has real possibilities BUT for now avoid this place. It is about 10 miles off the I-20.
While the staff is pleasant - there are SERIOUS problems with the facility. This place has real potential but can be a real danger.
AVOID. - bigben
Apr 2015 - $20.00
After leaving another campground in the area due to deplorable conditions, our family was lucky to be able stay at Old Salem campground. For $20 per night, you get ultra clean, newer restrooms, laundry, two new playgrounds, boat ramp, beach, and spacious sites with new picnic tables. We do our fair share of camping resorts, state parks, and private parks. This has to be one of our favorite campgrounds. Nice layout and family friendly. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys any type of camping. Will be returning for 4th of July. - Lulubelle80
Aug 2014 - $20.00
Clean, well kept park on Lake Oconee. Most sites are gravel and large with good spacing. Each site has a nice table, fire ring, and grill. Lots of shade trees means satellite locations are at a premium. This is one of the Georgia Power parks. Shopping, restaurants, and movies and about 2 miles away in an upscale shopping area. It gets really busy on the holidays so get reservations. The park usually closes immediately following Labor Day but this year the doing a trial and will be open until September 28. Stop by and check it out. - Pjoe
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Hidden jewel! Never knew Georgia Power has such nice parks. The web sites are hard to find, but then a new world opens. The sites are reasonable level and spacious, even though they could be spaced apart a tad further. Great beach area and a rather large recreation area on the lake, with a large shelter. We were in the first section (closer to the entrance) and had a bath house all to ourself. Wonderful family bathroom with plenty of hot water and nice water pressure. We will certainly be back! - knay111
Mar 2015 - $25.00
We stayed here 2 nights in a pull through site #3 right across from the owner and the pond/lake. Very peaceful setting. Owner extremely friendly and accommodating. Campground is off the beaten path about 13 miles from I-20 but very quiet and peaceful. Some of the trees could be trimmed back for higher rigs and we had to have one board on our door side to make the rig level. At highway 278 after you exit there is diesel fuel, a true value hardware and Piggly Wiggly (we had a need for all 3). We would stay here again if in the area. - SubSailor
Nov 2010 - $22.00
Drove thru this park with the notion of spending a couple of nights here. Honor system for payment. Gravel sites and driveways. No office on site. Very rural, but clean and nice appearing. Not much rhyme or reason to the layout. Suggest you do not pull in here after dark with a big rig for the first time. Don't miss the turn off the paved road, small sign. Right on Rocky Comfort Creek. We declined to return with our 5er this time, but would return. - R-affair
Mar 2008 - $16.00
This is a new campground. It is very pretty and clean. However, you must be self-contained as there are no facilities. The owners came by to check on us as we were the only ones camping that night. The campground is located on a small fishing lake. - Loralie
Jun 2011 - $18.00
Georgia Power campgrounds as a rule are very nice and well run. This park is no exception. You must call for reservations, not available online. Check them out! - happygacamper
Oct 2010 - $1.00
Not able to stay as we hoped as this park was closed in October when we got there. - Jamboee89
Jun 2008 - $16.00
Georgia Power Lake and can obtain reservation information from their web site. Only about 5 miles south of Interstate 20. Walking distance to the beach and nice playground. Washer/dryer located at bath house, but didn't use them. I will camp here again. - Crop Guy
Oct 2006 - $18.00
Very clean and well kept small park. Sites 1-25 have electric and water hookups. Sites 26-31 are primitive. There are two well maintained bath houses with two clean showers each. The sites are very large and separated nicely. We didn't hear the people on either side of us the whole weekend. The lake (Strom Thurmond Lake) was down some for our visit, but the site we were on still had a pretty view of the lake as do most of their sites. There were steps going down to a short path to the shoreline. The dump station was spotless and there was no line. We were very pleased with the campground, the staff and our site. I rated it an 8 only because of the lack of amenities. - lhuff