Date of Stay: November, 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. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Dauset Trails is an animal rehab facility located nearby. Some of the animals that cannot be released are kept at the facility and so it is enjoyable place to visit especially for young children.
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. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $29.00
Stayed here for the second time and it just gets better, We had site 78, level, nice woods, and an inlet view. Easy to get my 35' RV in with room to spare. Can't say enough about camp host who are friendly and helpful. I saw him and his wife many times and he was always there to lend a hand. I am coming back. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $29.00
Campground consisted of three different loops. Some sites were very small, but most would accommodate larger RVs. Dump station was quite a distance from the campground. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $29.00
Nice, Clean park. Sites are staggered and often do not have any privacy barrier between them. Sites are large so even though they are right next to each other there is space between. Only a few campers this time of year - Camp Host said the park is VERY busy during the summer months and reservations are a good idea. Popular day use area - lots of picnic areas, swimming, cottages, and access to water from the artesian spring. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Motorhome.
The park is very nice and the camping area is spacious and adequately shaded. The grounds were clean and well-kept. The sites are relatively large and not too close together. As normal there was the one group who didn't think the 10pm quiet time applied to them. Overall, however, it was a good experience and I will go back if the occasion arises. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
The old roads in the park are not made for long trailers. However, you can force passage as you swing into the left lane to avoid scraping the RV against the stone walls on the right. There is no designated RV parking at the Park Office. You might have to park off the shoulder before the office. There is a space after the office on the left for a long RV. Check in with reservation was quick and easy. Sites I would return to are #38, #42 and #43. They are about 30 something feet deep with parking for two vehicles. There is a fishing dock adjacent to site #43. There is a fishing dock at the dam. Good points are the history of Indian Springs. Location is about 30 minutes off Interstate 75. Jackson GA. with grocery stores is about 8 miles from the park. There is also a good catfish house at High Falls State Park about 8 miles away and is open to 9:00. Fresh Air BBQ is about 6 miles from the park. There is a couple of small shops just outside the park, with limited groceries, and fewer tackle selections. Bad points is the swimming beach and miniature golf are about 1 mile or less from the campgrounds. The only Wi-Fi is at the office. No full hook ups. Bath houses are old and show their age, but they are clean. There are dish water drains around the campground. But black water will have to go to the dump station. We will return to the park in a few months. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is the oldest park in the Nation. The bath rooms were not clean. The camping area is high above the lake with little, to no view of the lake. One camping loop is closed because of erosion and is not usable. The swimming area at the lake has severe erosion. The bath house was closed. The lake swimming area was heavily used and ok, but could be a lot better. The rest of the park is ok. I would call before I booked. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $25.00
This CG was the first stop on our Georgia State park spring break. We enjoyed camping here and would like to go back when all the little shops in town open. We were a week to early. Our son enjoyed playing in creek, so did most everyone else. It seem to be the local cool off spot. We also enjoy playing mini golf at the park as well as bike riding. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $28.00
After deciding we'd weather the cold, we went on a camping trip to Indian Springs after a friend's recommendation. It was the best decision we have ever made. It was only 1 hour south of Atlanta, and it was so serene. The bathroom was clean (and very warm), the sites were spacious, and the trip was very restful. We enjoyed visiting High Falls State Park during the day (this is a very busy campground, we prefer the quiet). Open Air BBQ (down the road) was yummy. We loved their $30 special. The lake was bigger than I thought, and there were plenty of letterboxes hidden for our scavenging enjoyment! We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $28.00
Loved it here! Only thing I would have to say, and this is for all state parks that I have been to, is that the shower heads and curtains need to be updated! All are clean but very out dated! We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Tent.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $25.00
I believe this is one of the prettiest state parks in Ga. There is lots of shade but also lakefront sites. The grounds are well maintained. There are a lot of nice level paths for walking in the park as well as to the nearby village (which is just outside the park entrance). There are plenty of activities for the kids. If you don't want to cook one night there is a great bbq place a few miles down the road! The camp host we had was a little cranky and possessive but he moved on to another job within the park. The rate reflects Friends of Ga. State Park 10% discount. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $26.00
We stayed here from Saturday till Monday. When we first arrived, the park was very crowded and spaces were limited, but we came with a reservation and was able to get a spot. The park is very clean, enough space between sites as not to feel crowded. The camp host was most friendly and helpful. Was easy to get any size rig in most spots, some are smaller though, and there are a few pull throughs. Only down side I saw was: it is a first come, first served place, so there could be a tent in a big rig site and the host can do nothing to help to move them. 50amp is available but like I said, someone in a small travel trailer could be here and not give it up, so get here early. You will love this park. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $28.00
Very nice campground. Sites are a bit unlevel, but no problem leveling the camper with a few boards. Gravel pad. Well spaced campsites, clean restrooms. Cable TV. What I was most impressed with was the Campground Hosts. They stopped by to say, "Hello, welcome. Is there anything we can help you with?" We even traded reading material. Very nice, made us feel very welcome in Georgia State Parks. We camped at Indian Springs State Park in a Motorhome.