1 Park near Fargo, Georgia
Aug 2015 - $34.00
Small park. Lots of tent spots, some pull thrus for RVs. Hadn't been mowed in a while. Bugs were a problem (it's August!) Office was under-construction. Didn't like this park as much as others. Won't go back. - Just Jo
May 2015 - $30.00
Campsites for big rigs are limited to the pull-thru road and two sites on loop 1. Loop 1 is hard to navigate with overhanging branches and trees too close to the road. Once in, we loved spot 26. Restrooms were not well kept and were in need of repair. Camp host was friendly but didn't appear to do much for the facility.
The premium site on loop 2 is 30 amp. 2 pull through sites on loop 1 but navigation on narrow, winding, well treed road was a challenge. Site 13 on loop 1 is also pull thru with doors side to road. Site 26 was fantastic. Would NOT recommend anything longer than 40ft on the loops; stick to the pull thru road.
If you love the outdoors like we do and you love nature, this is a perfect spot. Boating, fishing, hiking, critters. Lovely!! - Moe and Flo are on the go
Mar 2014 - $24.00
It's a 18-mile drive into the Park (good road), but worth it. Campground roads curvy and tight in places for big rigs, but navigable if you're careful. Plenty of room between sites. We took the boat tour and saw alligators and other wildlife. Deer came through our campsite. Price reflects use of Senior Nat. Park Pass. Would recommend this park for a unique camping experience in the Okefenokee Swamp. - FranM