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6 RV Parks near Hampton, Georgia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hampton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hampton in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $38.00
Excellent Wifi, very good over the air TV. Sites fairly tight but well maintained with patio & picnic table. Staff very nice. - Mainiac
Oct 2018 - $36.00
This was a one night stop for us heading south to Florida. It offers easy access from I-75. The road into the park is easy to navigate. The roads in the park are narrow, sites are very close together, yet we had no issues navigating our 36 foot Motorhome with car in tow. Check in was fast and friendly with an escort to our site. Our site A7 was a pull through, hard packed gravel, level, utilities conveniently located. We would stay here again. - William T
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Personally, I wouldn’t call Atlanta South either a Resort or a Campground. It is a crowded RV Park.
1. Staff is very friendly & hospitable and quick to address concerns
2. Amazingly quiet to be so crowded & so close to the freeway
3. Sites are clean & free of litter
4. Very convenient to airport area, and not a bad drive to see a baseball game
5. Easy access to/from I-75
6. The dog-walk area is natural grass. It is clean and well-maintained. Bags & a trash receptacle are provided in the dog-walk area
1. Sites are very narrow, with only enough width for the trailer and a picnic table + walking space between. The utility hookups were within inches of our neighbors picnic table & front door of his RV!
2. Though some sites had grass fringes (and that grass was very nicely maintained), our site was 100% uneven gravel. Leveling the RV was a challenge, as I had a hard time finding a spot level enough to put the blocks!
3. An eye to maintaining the sites between guests would be beneficial. The water hookup on our site was missing the handle to turn it on; we used pliers. We had no fire ring, though we didn’t need one & not sure I’d want to start a fire so near our rig
4. The WiFi password we received was not correct/did not work
We were in Atlanta for an event, so we just wanted a place to park, cook, and sleep. Atlanta South was fine for our needs, and we would stay again if we had those same needs in the future, or for a single night passing thru. We were not actually here very many hours in a day. Most of the rigs are long-term residents, working in the area. But Atlanta South, while adequate, is not a relaxing spot to enjoy nature, or vacation destination IMHO. - Ricflo
Nov 2018 - $32.00
We were in site C3 which was not level so we had to put boards under the front wheels and jacks. Electric pedestal was wired correctly. Coaches in sites C1 and C2 had to leave because their electric pedestals are not wired correctly. C3 is only 100 yards from the interstate, so it was noisey all night. - pcmike
Aug 2018 - $35.00
My wife and I stayed at Forest Glen for a week, the last of June. We were very pleased with our roomy site, and it's a great park for travelers with a dog. Ample walking areas nearby. The staff are helpful and friendly. The only negatives are the road noise from I-75, which is adjacent to the park, and very weak or non-existent wifi if you're any distance from the office. Overall, a nice option if you're in the Atlanta area. We intend to return. - davidb104
May 2017 - $27.00
Separate section for permanent RVs. They all seemed to be well kept. Our spot was level and a paved spot. No picnic table. There is a pool and bath house. There is a club house too. Many of the spots are not level. This is a nice place to stay for a night or 2. - esta34950
May 2018 - $28.00
Wooded and spacious campsites, not lined up in a row, but no undergrowth or shrubbery to add any privacy. Restrooms were fine and did have washer and dryer. Lots of families with children, but quieted down at night. - Al Julie B
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We stayed here because it's relatively close to the airport in Atlanta. If we ever need to do this again, we'll stay somewhere else. Single restroom and shower. 2 coin-op washer-dryer combos. Many long-term residents that prefer to walk through your very narrow site to other places in the park. Often. Like 10-12 times per day. Long-term resident trailers have things built onto the sides and some don't have wheels and tires and just sit on the brake drums in the dirt. For the location, this is a very noisy park. The residential area across the road is full of people who have no mufflers on their cars and are proud of it...as is the long-term resident without one on her golf cart that makes about 75 laps around the park each day. Staff and management very polite and accommodating. - HDWC
May 2018 - $35.00
Nice state park just a few minutes from the Freeway. We were there only one night - in space 16 which backed up to the River. There was no OTA, no DISH and poor cell. There is a nice hike on the Tranquility Trail that goes through the forest and gets you access to the cool waterfalls on the river. Park was nice for a one night stop over, but seemed a little dated for a longer stay. A plus was how easy it was to get to/from the Freeway. There was also a Flying J one exit North. - Davishouse2
May 2018 - $35.00
Stayed here to avoid Atlanta. 45 miles outside of Atlanta so when leaving about 0900 , passed thru Atlanta about 1000 hrs avoiding rush hour. - Lafitte
Apr 2018 - $26.00
There are 2 campground locations here. One is the Lake Campground and the other is the River Campground. The Lake Campground is smaller and the sites seem more spacious. Most of the sites did not seem that level in this CG. We stayed in the River CG. The sites were reasonably level and there was decent spacing between the sites. Check in for both CG's is at the same location and easy to drive past like we did. When you pass the Dollar General on the right, the turn in is to the left BEFORE the bridge. If you miss the turn, just turn into the park entrance on the left on the other side of the bridge. This must happen a lot as the gate attendant knew exactly where we needed to go to turn around. When going into the Rivers CG, the road in has a steep section, but not too bad or long. Interior roads are easy to navigate. This is a great place to hike. Indian Springs SP is very close and has additional hiking and once you pay to camp here, Indian Springs is included in the entrance fee. The restrooms/showers are old, but were clean. There is no antenna TV reception here. There might be some in sites 65-85 as they are on higher ground. - GA Bob
Apr 2018 - $35.00
A Diamond in the Rough -- VERY rough ! ! Great location with easy access to highway 85, 30 min. to downtown (no traffic) Peachtree City just 15 min. east with grocery, fuel etc. But care for the park has been lacking for Many years and there is Nothing else in the area. $35 night is Too much - $200 week is better - $500 month (includ. elec.) is best. Worked out fine for us for the month with the easy access location for south ATL - just realize it's Not a 'pretty' place ... but Could be with a major makeover and then people would be waiting in line I think !
The turn toward the campground is just next the the service station which is confusing with the access road. - SailorGolf
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We called ahead and were told that no one would be in the office when we arrived so just take a site by the office. Park is poorly marked so we had trouble finding it. When we got there, there were no sites by the office that we could see. One of the residents directed us to a site which was a back in. Once we got on the site we found there was no water. The grass was long and hadn't been cut for weeks by the look of it. In the morning we went to the office to pay . It was a filthy mess with papers and stuff all over. The office person did not seem to care that we had no water and didn't offer to refund any money because of it. We would have been better off to just stay at a WalMart !! - Jan Griff
Jan 2017 - $35.00
They claim in the Good Sam RV Travel Guide, to have 140 available spaces. That might be so if you have a 20' travel trailer with 30 amp power. They have no spaces with 50 amp power that are easily accessible. We have stayed here three times. During the first two times we could not get level, needed three sewer hoses to reach the connection and ruined our rock guard trying to get in the space. All spaces are small. Many have water, but no sewer or sewer but no water. There are power boxes and/or water pipes, not no guts to the power or faucets for the water. During our last visit we opted to try a 30 amp spot...couldn't get level, had to run both power and water hoses back under the coach to plugins, and had to run the generator to keep warm. This park could be a gold mine if fixed up and maintained. However, nothing changes, we've had it,and will not stay here again. $35 with no discount is about twice what this park should charge. We felt sorry for the lady in the office, she knew nothing about the RV side of the business. Thus, she was no help as we tried to find a space with both power, water and sewer. - Old GI
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Indian Springs is the oldest state park in the nation. If booking your reservation online you will not receive a senior discount at time of booking. However, be sure to request the senior discount at check-in time. Park staff will refund the discount amount back to your credit card. There is a lot of history associated with this campground be sure to visit the culture center and museum. This is a favorite campground for the locals. Lots of activities for children. - Paythebill
Feb 2018 - $30.00
There are no assigned spots in this park. You drive around until you find a site that is available and you want. We were fortunate to be there when it was not at all busy so we had the lake on 2 sides and a super large site. Only negative point is that there was no full hook up. Only water and electric. We would have stayed longer if we did not already have reservation at another park. Very woodsy. - FT Travelers3
Nov 2017 - $30.00
All sites were fairly level, and plenty deep with some shorter ones. 20/30 amp electric, water, and cable. Cable was not very clear. Park roads are a bit narrow, but our 42' rig was not a problem. Only one washer/dryer per bath house with two bath houses, so we didn't use. We didn't take advantage of the lake on this trip. The staff was very friendly and helpful. One note on entering. There are two park entrances, if you come in the north entrance where the sign is, you will find no place to stop at the office to register. We ended up finding an open site, as reservations are not site specific in Georgia, and then going up to register. This is a very old state park with some wonderful stone buildings dating back to FDR "New Deal" era, and has tons of history behind it. We camped 5 days which went through Thanksgiving weekend. The park got busy a couple days prior to Thanksgiving. I was told that it's full most of the summer also. - Uncledon