3 Parks near Lake Park, Georgia
Apr 2016 - $21.00
This campground is starting to show its age and some blind neglect. The rest rooms were clean, however there were broken and empty soap, toil paper and towel despensers. Staff rarely came through the campground other than sales or service people dealing with customers from the adjacent Camping World RV Sales. 38 of the sites are designed as pullins which puts the electric. water, and sewer on the wrong side if used as a backin. all but 4 of those sites are pretty short. If the rule to keep equipment on the paved areas was enforced, there would be relatively few sites for longer rigs. A number of sites were being used to park toads and tow vehicles. The sites near the pool and office are in the open. The sites in the larger area near the pond are surounded by large trees with trees scattered between the sites making satelite reception difficult or impossible from most but the sites in the middle of the loops. The cable TV has been disconnected. Picnic tables were missing from some sites. Two of the four washing machines and three of the four driers in the laundry were out of order. All that said, still a decent value for the price for an overnite stop. - trailertraveler
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
May 2016 - $35.00
This is a well maintained family oriented RV Resort, staff were friendly and helpful at check in. Interior roads are paved and big rig access is fair. Our cement pad was a long and level pull through, but not very wide. It was fairly spacious around the RV, with sand and grass between sites, and a picnic table. Not a lot of privacy but there was space for our towed, so we did not have to unhook for the one night we were staying. The lovely mature oaks were great for shade, but we did notice a lot of road noise from the interstate. Bathrooms were spotless and the laundry clean and well equipped. There was a small swimming pool and playground for the kids. Very pet friendly with a dog walk and disposal station for doggie bags. WiFi was excellent and there is night security, which was very reassuring. There are plenty of restaurants and food stores close by. We would stay here again, it was fine as a one night stop over and easy access on and off the interstate. - tobyjug
May 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful campground with mature oak trees loaded with Spanish moss throughout the park. Level Paved pull through sites with 50amp, water & sewer. No Cable TV, trees block satellite, so take a walk around the park and meet your neighbors. Verizon 4G cell good with 3 bars. Clean bathrooms, nice pool and unique setting make this a great spot to set up for long weekends at the flea market next door. - MIL-SAT
Apr 2016 - $30.00
GREAT park, plenty of room, pull-through sites, lots of shade, and clean. Also pet friendly. Close to shopping, restaurants, and local theme park. Just off the highway and easy in & out. Paved and level pad both 30 and 50 amp. Pool and plenty of room for the kids to ride bikes. The staff here are one of the best, friendly and helpful. - jockeynoboy
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Very nice park, pretty trees, roomy sites. Nice ammenities such as sand volleyball, fishing, and a rec-room with pool tables and Foosball (costs extra). We stayed overnight on the way home from Florida, but would have liked to stay longer. Unfortunately no fenced dog area. No ring at site but there is a community fire pit. No satellite reception due to the pretty trees. Full hook up, pull through. - 4RollingGs
Feb 2016 - $20.00
The park is situated on a beautiful lake with plenty of shady moss-covered oaks. The WiFi is excellent but there is no cable TV. - June Foster
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