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6 RV Parks near Gordon, Georgia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Gordon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Gordon in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $40.00
Very hilly, with a great view. Well taken care of. Facilities, ie...showers, pool, lawns manicured and well taken care of. Wifi was great early in the day for my husband, but a scarce signal in the late afternoon. Very friendly owner and campground. Rated at 9.5 and true. Great place, would come here again. - rvjubilee
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Beautiful and very clean, fairly level gravel site - we had a pull-thru. - C Duck
May 2018 - $35.00
I chose this campground because of the "9/9.5 Good Sam rating" touted on the website and reviews here. I stayed here in May of 2018. As a full-time rv-er I have stayed at countless rv parks, believe me when I say this park is in no way 9-stars. Directions on the website to the RV park were spot on. Check in was easy and I was given lots of coupons and a park directory. I was directed to my pull through site, number 36. Passing numerous empty back in sites on the way, my site was located directly beside the bathhouse and garbage. This small area has 3 pull-through sites when it should only have one. Mine was right in the middle of the the three with a good view and a 5 foot-wide lawn area with picnic table and fire pit. The connections were all the way at the rear of the site and a real stretch to get to. The site was not even close to level. Also, everyone used the adjacent sites to walk or drive through which was a joy. So, the view was short-lived as the next day they put another big rig beside me which left the following morning and was quickly replaced by another one. Meanwhile the entire back area was empty. At check in I was repeatedly told how "pristine" the park is. Again, not so. There was rutted grass, cracked asphalt, unlevel sites and lawn areas, etc. The dog area is run down and full of huge fire ant piles. The last day we were here my family and I used the very nice pool area. It started to rain. The owner comes skidding into the parking area next to the pool and starts screaming "everyone out of the pool!" We thought there was some sort of local tornado alert or something but it was just a brief summer shower. He then began to berate me and asked if I had read the pool rules. When I said I hadn't, he started yelling that its Georgia law that you cannot be in the pool if its raining and he was "going to be fined $5,000!" He then told me when I return I was "to read every single rule!" No worries there, I won't be returning. This is over-rated and poorly run. Mostly long-term workers and the web-site is not accurate. Don't say I didn't warn you! - Beware thyself
Mar 2012 - $22.00
Well the place is quiet: except I kept hearing the dueling banjo music. The drive up to the place was bumpy rutted sand. We pulled up in front of mobile home that had seen better days. The guy who came out had a dazed look and T-shirt that was more holes than shirt and gave me vague directions back to the site, just go to site 25. That was our first problem there were only 15 sites. So we found a site that would work and checked under the trash can to find the water and electric. Water worked fine but the was an open ground on the 50 amp hook up and no breaker to turn it on and off. We checked 2 other sites and found the same thing. So we packed up and went down the road. However the Verizon MiFi worked fine. If they get the electrical fixed and bring it up to code this place might be just fine. But I think I'd keep hearing that banjo music. - pumper9x9
Sep 2011 - $17.00
This one is special! Back to nature is what you get. A few miles off the interstate and off any other road you will experience how quiet a campground can be. The sites are dirt and fairly level, most are shaded by trees. Lots of space on the site and to the neighbors. We had electric and water hookup and used the dump station at the entrance. The way in and out is extremely bumpy, lots of deep potholes and one terrible negative speedbump, so you want to drive REALLY slowly. However, we made it without breaking any dishes and loved our stay here. The washrooms were very basic but appeared to be clean. Laundry was just fine, we didn't expect any for that cheap rate. We would love to find more campgrounds like this one for a stopover night. - TheSchweitzers
Feb 2011 - $22.00
Most sites are shaded with views of the ponds. Very quiet, friendly owners. - mecicon
Oct 2017 - $28.00
We are on the move north so only stayed 1 night. Easy off I-75. Quiet. DO NOT USE Google Maps. Follow the directions given on their web page. Pretty Georgia country side. Looks like they have winter visitors here and some permanent residents. The park is clean and the sites well kept. WiFi worked with 1 bar on our site. We use Verizon WiFi and got 4 bars. No cable TV. - M.Register
Apr 2017 - $28.00
We have traveled to this park every year for 4 years and we have seen great improvements. Clean areas, new bath house, friendly staff, and close to everything. They are close to everything and the staff was helpful in helping guide us in things going on in the area. Can't wait for our trip next year. - Traveling_Mom
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This was an overnight stay while traveling I-75. The owner is a very friendly man, but the campground is terrible. The road in is hard to find and in very poor condition. The sites are in very poor condition and are crumbling.
The electric service was reliable, the water is from the City of Macon so it is good. Being close to Macon, TV reception was excellent. - Crabman
Mar 2018 - $40.00
We have been to this campground several times before because we have friends in the area. This trip was disappointing. Our spot was in the C row right across the parking lot from a bar/restaurant and the evening was marred by drunks and rowdiness from the parking lot. The other things that has changed is Milledgeville has built up around and the charming rural feeling we enjoyed in the past is gone. The security is much tighter now with codes required for bathroom, shower and laundry and they have installed cameras everywhere. Otherwise our space was nice with a large open grassy area, the lot of reasonably level. We will be back because we have friends here but the campground has lost its original charm for us. - Judy Birchland
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Sites are close but relatively easy to get to. Stayed over Thanksgiving weekend. Mostly full but many of the occupied spots were not being used so it was fairly quiet. - Cashlin
May 2015 - $30.00
We pulled in here on May 25th at 8 p.m at near dusk. We located the camp host and he was very gracious and friendly showing us several sites that were pull through. The neighbors felt like people we had met before. Everyone was so friendly. Semi gravel sites. Water pressure was good. We had a storm blow through while we're here and the feeling was everyone was together and willing to help each other out any need. But there was no damage. There is an area to launch a boat and you can even rent a boat for $45 an hour but it was not available. We spent 2 nights here instead of one because it was welcoming. WiFi is available. Price was as listed and the price was only $30 a night. Ice across the street at the gas station for a dollar and a half for 20 pounds because the store was closed. Heidi our dog thought it was very dog friendly and she could even splash in the river. - Blue Ruby and Starry
May 2018 - $20.00
Ck in at the camp Host unit, if no one there find a spot , set up and they will find you. Most sites I saw were not level. - Cdr Bob
Aug 2017 - $16.00
We stayed at Al Sihah Shriners' RV Park while visiting family in the area. The lots are grass. We had full hook ups. There is a section that is only water and power that they are upgrading with sewer now. This is a nice quiet park. The lots are spaced out very nicely. We will definitely use this park while visiting family or passing through. - Jumping Around
Aug 2017 - $16.00
Rain Rain Rain. Great site drainage. Sites are not level: finally leved manually the best I could, never level. Never saw or received phone call reply from caretaker. Unable to go anywhere due to not having gate code. Gate was open when I arrived.
Just drive to the back and select a site. No bug or ant problem. Only one other motorhome. Dog loved all the room to run.
More people should take advantage of this location just north of I-475 split on I-75. That's Rocky Creek and watch for Coke Plant and entry to RV Park on Mecca. - Jrod1
Jul 2013 - $20.00
Gracious hosts, when they are there. Escorted me to site and helped get me set up. Site is immediately adjacent to power lines, busy and loud highway, as well as Georgia Power Plant Bridge. Bathroom is one stall, not necessarily cleaned or stocked with TP. Shower facility is a tiny, shower with trash on the floor. Most of the RVs there appeared to be itinerant workers. Convenient to many food choices. Sharp V in driveway made my little TT scratch going in and coming out. Uncertain if it would be problematic for a big rig, though there are clearly 5th Wheels and at least one motor home (appeared vacant). Prices are very reasonable for an area that has few CG options, but I can not recommend this as a desirable campground. (Never saw a cabin). Has access to Lake Sinclair, and provides rentals for jet ski's. Be aware the road noise is very loud, and grounds are not scenic, and the facilities are minimal. - Birdies