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Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $22.00
We stayed in February when the weather was particularly nice. The campground was mostly unpopulated, which we really appreciated. There is a lake with a beach and a miniature golf set up. The state park offers several pavilions for larger gatherings. There is also a lodge with a restaurant. There is a golf course on the extensive grounds. I'm not sure about restaurant's hours of operation during busier seasons. I do know it was closed on Sunday night in February. The campground is adequate. The bathhouse was clean. Some sites have sewer hook up. Most don't. We biked the mile and half into town for groceries. The trail in the park is quite sandy for off-road biking. So we walked. We are two retirees, and we felt as though two days here was enough to satisfy. There didn't seem to be any attraction in the surrounding area. Golfers and folks with children would probably enjoy the amenities during warm weather. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $29.00
This park is clean, shaded pretty well, sites mostly level, clean new bathrooms, quiet though somewhat close together. We paid $24 for senior rate (reg. rate is $30) PLUS $5.00 parking, so that is $29. ALL sites pay parking. The cable did not work and we were told we could move, however it was early evening, after a 300 mile drive, all set up getting dinner started and leaving early the next morning, that was not an option. We would have enjoyed seeing the news and relaxing with favorite shows. Also, with no sewer we thought it was a bit pricy. They did come out to fix it but were unable to. They basically said too bad. No refund or credit. As we travel a great deal, this was an unusual situation for us. We rarely have a problem. We are pretty easily satisfied. Not this time. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $22.00
Wide, gravel covered, back in sites with good privacy. Very new and clean bathroom and showers. Wi-fi good at lodge and 60+ cable channels available. Good lunch buffet at lodge, but dinner menu is mediocre. Golf course has good layout, but somehow they have lost the greens. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $24.00
Very handy when traveling on Rt 441. State park with a pool and restaurant up at the lodge. Large sites and cable TV. Power was a little low at 104 volts. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $28.00
The campground was really nice very clean and for the most part the staff was friendly. For the most part all the sites were pretty level and very spacious. Had real nice play grounds for the kids to play on. There was also a splash pad for the kids to get wet ($3 charge). They have a beach area for the lake but the lake had lots of lily pads that had grown up in that area. The Park was really nice and we will definitely be going back. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $28.00
Paid $28 less 20% senior discount for a 40' site. As reviewed in Dec '08 and by others, most sites have some grade to them. There are quite a few back-in sites that are nice and level for MH's. One thing I did not care for was having to go to the lodge to check-in. There is no RV parking there and if it was busy it could become a problem. Being April we were able to play the golf course which is a nice layout. No discounts for being in the CG though. Verizon cell and broadband both very good. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $28.00
Another hidden jewel in Georgia's State Park system. Quiet, off the interstate but not remote. Golf, fishing, geo-caching, walking the nature trails or just relaxing in the shaded sites your choice. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $28.00
The park is beautiful with large, neat and clean sites. Golfers can walk from their RVs to a beautiful looking golf course. There is one excellent hiking trail. The Lodge looked good although we didnâ€™t go there for dinner. Unfortunately, if you are not a golfer, there is not much here for you. The nearest town looks as though it is suffering some economic hardship. The bathrooms need updating but construction of a new one is underway. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $28.00
Really like this park. It was our first time here. Sites plenty large enough and wide enough. Lots of shade. Has a golf course but we didn't use it. Can't really canoe in lake as it is grown over with weeds. Has a pier. Two walking/hiking trails. Also has a water splash area for the kids. I would definitely come here again. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $20.00
This lovely, hilly campground is convenient for us to overnight as we travel Hwy 441 between Florida and North Carolina. Follow the signs for check-in: sometimes weâ€™ve been directed to the campground, and other times to the parkâ€™s lodge. There are paved roads and gravel campsites; many of the pull-through campsites are not level for a 32â€™ motorhome with toad, but spacing is good. Cable TV is included, with lots of channels. There are large trees in the campground, though not all campsites are shaded during the hot summer months. The lake, adjacent to the campground, is temporarily closed; the drought of 2008 and 2009 caused an invasive aquatic vegetation problem in the lake. Price is for seniors with Georgia State Park pass. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2009 - $20.00
This park is great. You have everything to play with in this park. You have two loops. Loop one has lots of trees, three 50 amp sites, (10) sewer sites, sites have cable TV with lots of channels. Loop two has three sewer sites plus (7) 50 amp sites. Roads in loop two are bad. Found sites to be a little off level front to rear but was not a problem (auto level system). Sites have a nice table and fire ring. Free Wi-Fi in lodge and visitors center as well. The 265 acre lake had been drained due to weeds. Will refill lake in spring. You have 10 cottages plus large number of motel rooms to rent if you need them. Super nice golf course to play on. Bathrooms were clean but shower were not clean, also all bathhouses are dated. Long list of things to do here, great place for kids. We had dinner in lodge three times and found food, service, and prices were very good. People from town come out here to eat. Cost less that in town. McRae is 5 miles south of park for anything you may need. Anyone would be happy here. Nightly rate were for seniors. You will need a park pass or pay the daily rate. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $18.00
I was fortunate to get a good site, but the majority of sites are less than desirable. Security patrols came by frequently. The park and trails are very nice--inviting for families to visit. Water pad for the kids. lots of shelters and picnic areas. and a good size lake (being drained at present). Service at the Lodge Restaurant left something to be desired. Bathrooms are old, but clean and arranged nicely so that one can get dressed without water slurping underfoot. Rate based upon senior discount. Regular rate $23. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2008 - $23.00
We stayed in site five and had no problems leveling. We went to three park events over the weekend, a campfire program, breakfast with Santa Clause, and a Christmas craft making program. We also went geocaching in the park. There are three caches in the park that were not there the last time we camped here. WiFi is not located in the campground. You have to go to the lodge or visitor's center. Had a great weekend and met some really nice people. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2008 - $18.00
$18.40 senior rate paid. The park is a 10, I hedged between an 8 and a 9 because of the campground. Some of the sites are big, beautiful level sites, others are real dogs if you are in a motorhome. A lot have some pretty severe grades to them. We pulled into site 5, a 50amp pull through with sewer, it had at least 1 foot of drop front to back between our jacks. We took a 30amp backin with no sewer instead. Only spent 1 night because of the cold, did not get to play the course. However, we did go to breakfast over at the lodge. Excellent buffet for about $6.50. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $20.00
The campground has lots of shade and an abundance of activities. There is an 18 hole golf course on the premises, but not run by the state. It is a nice course with reasonable rates. The restrooms left a lot to be desired, which is why I rated it a 6. There is only one shower in each restroom, and it is not clean at all. There are dump sites available, so I suggest that you take your showers in your rig. We camped at Little Ocmulgee State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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