3 Parks near Lake Park, Georgia
Jan 2016 - $24.00
A wonderful stopping place for RVers along I-75. Very clean campground. Sites are paved and some may need a bit of leveling. No cable but good wifi. CW is next door and that's where you check in (no reservations but lots of pull through sites) We will definitely visit here again. - americanrascal
Jan 2016 - $16.00
You check in with. Cashier in the store. She is also the receptionist and customer service person. So busy on calls, was a very slow check in.
The park is close to I-75, but not too noisy. First area north of pond had sights too short for truck and trailer. We chose not to disconnect. Area south of pond had longer sites and we got a great one. Large and level. Only used electric. No cable but able to get lots of channels with antenna. Had good wifi.
Would stay here again on a overnight. - Rsunde
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Camping World Campground (formerly a KOA) in Lake Park, GA is just off I-75. Highway noise is not a problem and it is potentially a very popular stop off. You must go into the Camping World store to register and then proceed on to the campground. The campground offers pull-through and back-in sites to be a max site length of 42 feet (we had to disconnect our towed to not block the campground roads). Many sites lack a picnic table but the campground offers free ice, a free laundry, and a catch and release fish pond. On the negative side, the Wi-Fi didn't work (our Verizon cell phone had a strong 4G signal and hotspot to give us an internet connection), our first electric pedestal was defective (we had to move to another site), and at least two nearby water spigots wouldn't shut off . Clearly the park has some work to get a better rating. Our price reflects a Good Sam discount. - 5thwheeler
Oct 2015 - $60.00
We had a deluxe site. Concrete pad that was level and pull through. Someone had not picked up after their dog & we tracked it into our RV. The gnats were merciless so we couldn't sit outside. The park was gorgeous, however, with nice wide roads. - jmlsrpc
Oct 2015 - $32.00
How this park gets high rating outside of it has large trees is beyond me. The large oaks are beautiful, but not big rig friendly. This is an old park with narrow, level concrete pads, but it ends there. The patio is sand, grass doesn't grow under trees. The I-75 noise is terrible! One of the worst we have experienced. No water when we checked in and no discount for lack of service. No cable and no satellite sites. Not much but trees and noise. We will not be back. - Chuck F
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Do yourself a favor and pull into Eagle's Roost rather than the other 2 RV campgrounds 14 miles or so north of Valdosta. Everyone here is wonderful. The campground is flat, beautiful mossy draped trees, full hookups, pull thru's, concrete slab, very nice picnic bench, great office store and public restrooms. After calling the others first and being met with rudeness, this one was a lucky last minute and were SO glad we did. Highly recommend. - HitchedUpWilsons
Jan 2016 - $25.00
We stayed at Grassy Pond for three really great days. The area is very wooded, with lots of Spanish moss hanging from the oaks, and is extremely quiet. The sites are shell covered, and some more level than others, but the hook ups are very good. We were able to drive around and pick the one we wanted (site 20), as it was only about 25% full. The WiFi worked surprising well... probably the 2nd best WiFi I've used. The cable didn't work, but over-the-air TV was okay. Good cell service, both Verizon and Karma. The bathrooms and laundry rooms were clean and adequate, open 24 hours. The other side of the green building had pool tables and a big screen TV with satellite reception, and some guests took advantage of it. There was a large fire pit with about 15 chairs around it, and tons of firewood, available to anyone that wanted to use it. Our site had what looked like a brand new grill, and a picnic table on a concrete pad.
It was quite cold when we were there, but we still did the 3.3 mile loop around Grassy Pond, and the 1.1 mile loop around Lot Pond, and they were very enjoyable. We didn't take advantage of the other activities (too cold), but there is a lot to do there, including a wading pool, rentals of various boats for the lake, fishing, basketball, volleyball, etc. Overall, we greatly enjoyed this visit and wouldn't hesitate to return. I would consider this to be a very high value. - RobtL
Jun 2015 - $25.00
We enjoyed our stay here, the campground is still run by the military but is open to the public. Sites are all full hook ups, the TV reception was good. The WiFi worked well at our site. Lots to do here. They rent boats , a couple of play grounds, a small wading pool, and a small store at the office. The only thing I would change is to put fire rings at the camp sites. We enjoyed our stay and would stay here again. - dogcop1us
Jan 2015 - $25.00
It's still under management of the military, but is now open to the public. Our grandkids came for the weekend and had plenty to do. 2 separate playgrounds, basketball, volleyball, fishing and boat rentals. The sites around the outside of the campground were the best. They are angled enough that when you were sitting outside you didn't have a view of the camper next to you and nice wooded views to the rear. We were able to pick up all the major TV networks with just our antenna. Wifi is available, but a little spotty the further you were from the bathhouse. Bathrooms were clean and laundry is available. There is also a common room in the bathhouse complex with big screen TV and plenty of comfy chairs and couches. The only thing we didn't like was there were no fire rings at each campsite. They had a large fire pit near the bathhouse with firewood available but the three nights we were there, nobody used it. It was very quiet and we would stay there again when we are in the area. - Southern Yankee