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4 RV Parks near Edison, Georgia
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Edison. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Edison in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $32.00
Great small Campground on the lake with most sites having lots of shade. Check-in is at the Main Office (museum) about a mile from the Campground. Some Lake Sites are Buddy Sites but not noted online. Could be awkward because they are close! Super clean bathroom and brand new laundry machines. It seemed like a Ranger drove through every hour and were always polite. Super clean campground. Lots to do here or Venture Out to Blakely. Great little beach, putt putt, trails and a lot of large Pavilions for family reunion, etc. There is a short pass thru the woods to the beach from the Campground. We rented a 4 person paddle boat for $10/hour (4 hours = $25), life vests included. We had Site 14 and it was 70' long! Our back window had a slight view of the lake. We thought being in the "turn" would be bad but it truly wasn't because the Campground is small. Absolutely NO Cell Service (AT&T). We drove to the Check-In to get 4G. - Kitcatsz
Jul 2018 - $24.00
Easy to navigate. Most sites on water or with water view. Great path to beach area. Beach could of been kept cleaner, trash littered along the water and the sand. Great history of park and walkable trails to see the mounds. Museum was a must see, rangers knowledgeable and helpful. No sewer but dump site was extremely easy and convenient. Canoes, Kayaks and paddle boats were available to rent through the visitor center. - trvlgminis
Jun 2018 - $24.00
Beautiful. The sites are on a small lake and as we were leaving there were a group of kids getting ready to canoe at the main road end of campground. Very family oriented in my opinion. If I lived in this area I would be visiting this State Park frequently. The first handicap site was not level so we moved to pull through, we got in late and had our pick. We had no data signal from the two main service providers we use. Very few sites were not shaded so satellite would be an issue. - Jennifer-Alex
Jun 2018 - $13.00
This is an outstanding campground with nice large sites. We stayed both going and coming home on a recent trip, so we had 2 different sites. Both were level, well shaded with great views and a feeling of solitude. The second site had sewer included (this one was $13.00, the other one with w/e was $11.00). This campground reminds you of what camping is all about...nature. - villager04
Jun 2018 - $18.00
We were unable to get into our first site because of the grade. They immediately accommodated us and gave us another great site. The woman at the gate even took the time to talk to me about signing up for senior lifetime rates which were amazing... half off the campsites. The WiFi was good but no cable. But for $16.00/day what do you expect. We had a beautiful campsite on the water! Highly recommend if you just want to get away. I still had cell phone service at our location so I was able to hot spot to my iPad and computer. I'll be back and it's a great place to disconnect and just unwind. I don't know why we don't have campsites like this in Florida! - SuzyQRN
Feb 2018 - $12.00
Nice park, all spots located closed to the water. Great nature trail with a brochure explaining different sightings, lots of wild blueberries. Our site was level once getting past the ramp and dragging our tow bar. Great staff and crew. The sewer system was available after being reported out of service in previous reviews. - RJ56
Sep 2018 - $12.00
Like other reviews said this campground does have lots of ants. Beautiful place though and nice sites. Be careful of space 7 as you back down a slight hill to sight; our tow bar hit and we had to change sites. We changed to space 11 and no issue - very private. - Scooterd16
May 2017 - $14.00
Pros: The setting could not have been more serene at my site, #32. I'll include a photo from my window bed. Since it's COE, it's clean and tidy, with water and electric. The site is flat and level -- perfect. Cons: The ants! They are tiny terrorists. I've never seen anything like it. Also, campsites 30, 32 and 34 are closer than I was comfortable with, so I stayed inside most of the time. I needed to veg. - WendyWendy
Sep 2016 - $24.00
Nice park, great quiet location, friendly staff, horrible ant problem. Leaving In the morning cutting our Labor Day weekend short so we can go home and exterminate our infested trailer. Great park but we won't return. We booked without reading reviews this is the second time bitten. Won't skip the reviews again. I noticed from past reviews this problem has existed since 2012. Beware. - Joe-n-Terri
Dec 2011 - $18.00
This is a very small campground that was wonderfully friendly! Myself and my travel buddy were the only transient units on site, but we were welcomed like family. Enjoyed a delightful evening around a fire with the other campers. They love dogs! No bath house or bathrooms. Larger units may be a problem, I was in a 24 foot class C. My travel buddy in an 14 foot aliner. This is a great location for day tripping to Providence Canyon State Park. Traffic is noticeable but not terrible. I and my dog, enjoyed the nice walk on the sand road behind the campground. Lots of pine trees and silence. I felt very secure here as a single woman. Call for prices, longer stays would probably be negotiated. The yearly fees I heard the other campers talking about were very reasonable. There is no sign for this campground. It is behind Hidden Treasures Antiques and Collectables. - TheIntuitionTour