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Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $26.00
Interesting spot, basically a fish camp. The major occupation of visitors is fishing and the campground also has a marina. About half the lots are taken up by people who rent by the year and park a camper for use on weekends. There was nothing disreputable or yucky about the campers so it seems the owner has standards. The far end of the campground has one row for permanent residents that is run down but it is a large campground so they are far away. There is a campground host living on site. We have stayed here several times and it is one of our favourite places. Dog friendly with a nice little riverside beach where dogs can swim too. Mature trees on a ridge so there is lots of shade. The campground is a spit of land jutting into the lake and there are numerous docks. Many of the campsites are right on the water and you could dock your boat next to your site if you wish. Those sites fill up fast so make a reservation. The inner campsites are clean neat and well ordered, long but a little narrow. The WIFI is great and cable has 44 channels. Staff are pleasant and helpful. We camped at Little River Park in a Travel Trailer.
Milledgeville is a historic old south Georgian town. If you want to see the south for architecture and museums, this is the place. There are no nice parks for walking and little in the way of natural stuff beyond the lake itself.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $30.00
Our first time camping someplace other than a state park. One the one hand, it was very kid friendly with lots of other children for the grand kids to play with. On the other hand, you don't get the space you get in a state park. Sites are cramped but relatively easy to get to. Other than the lake, it is not particularly scenic. But, the staff were very friendly and overall it was a good experience. Would camp here again if we had the grandchildren, otherwise we still prefer state parks. We camped at Little River Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $25.00
Very nice campground right on the lake. We have driven by many times and over nighted here. Some sites were not real level, but manageable. Great Wi-Fi. 50 amp. We will return. We camped at Little River Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $30.00
Nice park with long sites for motorhome with toad. Park is covered with large pine trees, well spaced so gives open airy feel with good shade. Park also has full service marina. Would stay again . We camped at Little River Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $40.00
DO NOT BOOK ONLINE! Did so and Got a site way too small. My awning would have hit the bathhouse. My "lake view " site was looking at the back of the bathhouse. Had to request different site twice to finally get better spot-away from lake. Got a very unlevel site but made do after three hour drive for labor day weekend. PS. don't order from restaurant based on online menu. Won't make this trip again. We camped at Little River Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $15.00
We stayed one night enroute south to Florida. Across the street from a taunting coal power plant and we arrived after dark so it was off putting to see the lights. Nice folks run the place. It's a fisherman's paradise right on a Lake Sinclair. Lots of campers in late September tell me others like it here a lot. We did not use many of the facilities overnight. It's right on Highway 441 in a busy area but still has a rustic feeling. We camped at Little River Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $35.00
The relaxing view was spectacular! The website said they rent boats but they don't. The staff gave us some names and we did find a place to rent a pontoon boat which made for a nice day. The fishing was good right from the shore of the campgrounds. My husband caught a whopper largemouth bass! We camped at Little River Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $25.00
Surprised that this fine facility does not appear in some of the RV guidebooks. It seems mostly focused around fishing tournaments operated from A-1 facility on site. Boat ramps, docks, great store with all types of fishing gear, snacks, etc. But the campground is superb. Sites are large, shady, easily accessible. For $5 extra, choose a shady waterfront site on the east side with open water views and docks right at your campsite. Fish strikes all over the place - take your pole. Be alert that waterfront sites near the office/dock area might be noisy at 5 AM when tournament fishermen take off in bass boats. Do not, do not, do not miss fried catfish dinner at on-site restaurant "Choby's" with full service bar, lots of colorful locals - a very easy walk from your campsite. Wal-Mart and good shopping available just a few miles to south in town of Milledgeville. Though we only stayed overnight, we will go back and stay longer next time. An excellent overnight stop for travelers going to/from Florida, if you are not using I-75. We camped at Little River Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Milledgeville is a historic old south Georgian town. If you want to see the south for architecture and museums, this is the place. There are no nice parks for walking and little in the way of natural stuff beyond the lake itself.Judy Birchland • November 2014
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