6 RV Parks near Eastman, Georgia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Eastman. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Eastman in the left hand column.
Jun 2011 - $1.00
This is a Church Retreat in south central Georgia. Our stay was free as we were part of a volunteer group to do maintenance work preparing for summer youth camp. They are always looking for free help and allow you to stay in the 27 site full hook up RV park while helping. They also have cabins and dinning facilities. The best part is the 70 degree mineral spring and water park. You don't have to work everyday so you can do sightseeing while there. - A hitch and hop
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We stayed at Hillside for a month. It is a beautiful campground with lots of room. We had lots of space at our site, and didn't feel crowded, even though there were several people in our section. There was room for me to ride my bicycle, and plenty of room to walk our dogs. This campground is NOT breed restrictive, which is good for pibble owners. There is a huge pond to fish in, and my husband caught enough to have a big fish fry and treat our neighbors. We planned to stay until the annual bluegrass festival, but family matters in Indiana made us cut our stay short. We will definitely visit this campground again. - Matt_Susan63801
Apr 2017 - $27.00
We have been here since February first almost 3 months best kept secret in middle Georgia. RV park is more like a provincial park in Canada. The owners and staff are very nice people. They are constantly working to improve the property. The golf around here is cheap and only 5 min from the park, so if you like golf,nature and peace and quiet this is the place. - dutchyy
Feb 2017 - $29.00
This park is located in rural Georgia. It is not fancy, but that's not what we were looking for and we loved it's rustic charm. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had a Full hookup pull-thru. There is no cable, but the wifi is great. We peeked inside the shower house and it was very clean. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. They have a pool and playground. There also is a Bluegrass Festival every spring and fall. Sites were dirt, but level. - harvmoon
Oct 2013 - $15.00
It's been three years since we reviewed this campground and when we got here this year, we were pleased to find that little has changed. The overnight fee is still only $15 and the golf is incredibly cheap. You still get a free golf cart when you arrive and you only pay when you take it golfing -- 50 cents per hole per person. The place is very laid back with few rules and the owner and staff will do anything to make your stay enjoyable. - Johnnyonthespot
Nov 2010 - $16.00
This is an undiscovered gem that is one of our favorite stops, especially because we're golfers. The campground is attached to a 27-hole golf course and this year they were offering a $15 special -- golf all day with a cart. When you set up in the campground, they bring you a golf cart and charger, which is yours to use during your stay. The golf cart is free until you go golfing. The golf carts are getting a little old, but they still work. The only negative aspect to this campground is that Cochran is a small town and there is nothing to do except golf. I should also mention that the owner and staff are exceptionally friendly. - Johnnyonthespot
Mar 2008 - $15.00
This campground is everything the other reviewers have said. It is not listed in either Woodals or Trailer Life, so we were a bit hesitant to stop, but we are very glad we did. Cochran (the town) has nothing for tourists, but the campground makes up for this shortcoming. Each camper gets a golf cart which is free until taken on the golf course and with a golf "family membership" at $35 per month, is often. All fees are payable upon leaving - a tab is kept for golf and camping. Twenty seven holes and no tee times required except on the weekend. Sites are open grass with full hookups (including WiFi, but look at the antenna location before parking to insure signal strength) with ample space for your toad and golf cart to park. Staff is very helpful and friendly. I would like to keep this gem a secret undiscovered CG, but I am sure that the word will get out. 32.36221N 83.34269W - mediawise
Apr 2018 - $28.00
This is our favorite State Park. In our travels, we have found very few State Parks with 50 amp service and full hookups, and very few are Big Rig Friendly. This is a lovely park, pretty lake, big sites and all in all very nice. I do wish that they had more sites with sewers especially those with 50 amp. However, we have always been able to find one. Cable TV in a State Park? Awesome! We stay here every time we come to this area and never want to leave when it's time. - GranNan06
Mar 2018 - $38.00
This campground is very nice. However, they boast an excellent seafood dinner on Friday Nights. My wife and two grandsons arrived about 10 minutes after opening which is 6pm. We were seated promptly and I noticed the seating areas only had about two other couples. The waitress brought us our drinks shortly after we sat. The food smelled great but when we got the buffet line we noticed the seafood was all deep fried and way over cooked. We ate what we could and the kids seemed to enjoy the shrimp and cheese grits. The salad bar was much better and the desert bar was pretty good also. Things went down hill fast as a group of golfers possibly 20 at least, arrived and with the staff only having to floor personnel made it even worse. We had asked for refills on our drinks (water) but apparently that fell on deaf ears because we were totally ignored. I got up and ask the waitress for a pitcher of water and just got this "UNFAVORABLE" look as she continued over to the golfers. I ended up going to the water fountains outside the restrooms to fill our water glasses. After nearly 30 minutes without anyone to coming over to check on us, we got up, paid a $45 bill, which in itself was ridiculous, and left to head back to our camp site.
The campground itself was very clean but the comfort stations are in dire need of renovation. We camped here in a Travel Trailer 3 nights. The campground was well maintained and clean. Adequate water pressure and no problems with electric surges. and quiet in the evenings. I do recommend this state park for a nice getaway - familygor1g
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This is a BEAUTIFUL State Park and one of the few we have found with electric and sewer service. The strange thing is that most of the 50 amp sites, which are few, don't have sewers. The 30 amp site do though. The sites are large, most of them pretty shaded. Nice lake, great golf course, playgrounds, and nice open spaces. We have stayed here before and have come back...the cons are: little to no TV signal, phone (Verizon) is low signal so that even my Hot Spot works only part of the day. and no WiFi.
Other than that it is one of my favorite spots. - GranNan06
Jun 2007 - $38.00
Weird place. Looks like it's been closed for 20 years. The host, appears from the back residence, charged me $38 and the only other camper there (a 5th wheel) $32. Said that I used more electricity than a 5th wheel. Bath house was ancient, but fairly clean. Watch out for the big snake by the old ice house. - Adventurer37
Dec 2006 - $35.00
This is not a bad campground. It's just way out of line on pricing since you get zero amenities. I was given one price on the telephone, yet on arrival the price was increased and I was told that only an estimate is given on the phone and a "final price" is given when you arrive. I wasn't told that on the phone. Others who arrived and used the same services were charged $10.00 less than me. And, another in a year newer coach than mine were charged even more than I was. The owner has you between a rock and a hard place if you need to be in the area. He just doesn't seem to realize that a full campground at one rate would be a lot more profitable than an empty campground at an extreme rate. The sites are worth maybe $15.00 to $20.00 nightly, not the high rate I was charged. - TaylorShopping
Mar 2018 - $15.00
I almost didn't stop over here because of the bad reviews on here. But, I said, it is just 1 night, we will just suffer through it. HOWEVER, it was freaking nice. I don't get it. There is a small slightly congested area for long term RVs BUT if you are just staying a few nights you go to this really nice open area. Go through the congested long term sites to the field with the nice spacious pull through sites. You might not see an attendant right away but if you called in advance just go ahead and find a site, park, and hook up. They will be around eventually. It is very peaceful, clean, and we decided to stay a 2nd night! Now there's no playground, wifi, or cable but if you want that then go find a resort. If you want a clean safe place to stay a few days, definitely stop here. The website is old and no longer updated. The current info is on the Passport America site. The phone number on the website is still accurate. We also fished in the pond and caught some Bass. I would stay here again. We are a married couple traveling with 2 teenagers, and 2 dogs. - Jade Beavers
Jan 2017 - $35.00
This place was a mud pit. There is no concrete, and the sites are very close together.
The owner and "host" were nice enough, but the park was nothing like I expected based on their web site.
I wouldn't want to go back again, but the location is convenient for a stop over. - Sweetcornprincess
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Small little park run on a shoestring, The owner is trying hard. Roads are gravel,dirt. Nice pond, okay area with BBQ. Laundry is honor system. Owner has gardens planted for the use of the guests. Easy in/out. - Landyachty