3 Parks near Pine Mountain, Georgia
Apr 2015 - $24.00
This was our second Georgia State Park, so we were familiar with the process. Check-in was easy and the clerk gave us an overview of which sites would be appropriate for our rig. We have a 38' RV and we're hoping for a 40'+ site with 50 amps. We started by driving through the lakefront sites, but the site we wanted was taken, so we decided to head towards the other loop that she said had more sites that would suit us. The roads throughout the campground are narrow, single lane, with washouts on both sides in many places and trees sometimes in places that make it difficult for a larger rig to get through. That said, we made it out of this loop and headed to the next one. Georgia had seen about a solid week of rain before we arrived at FDR and many of the sites had flooded areas, so that limited our choices as well. We eventually found a site that we could back into and we started hooking up. The site we chose was a 30 amp site, with two 30 amp hookups. The first we tried didn't work, so we hooked up to the second one, which worked until out AC kicked in, when it popped it's breaker. We reset it, but it was very hot, so we contacted the park and they sent someone over, who ultimately replaced both. So, all was well.
When we don't have sewer hookups, we use the bath house and, although they are fairly old, they were clean. There was no washer/dryer, but we were OK with that. The park is huge and there are lots of hiking trails and the drive through the center of the park was beautiful. We drove to Warm Springs and visited the Little White House one day and Callaway Gardens another.
After driving around, minus the RV, we found many other sites that we would be happy in. There are a wide variety of spots, some more private or scenic than others. We had no problem finding a spot for our satellite, but I suspect you wouldn't be as fortunate in some other spots. We enjoyed our stay and would consider returning in the future. - Uno Mas
Dec 2014 - $28.00
The campground is next to a small lake on the side of the mountain. There is a small trading post and a host at the campground but you must check in at the visitor center at the top of the mountain during office hours. Visitor center is about a mile up a steep hill from the campground so forget walking or biking there. Sign at visitor center says if you arrive after hours pick out a site and register in the morning. Gravel sites on one-way paved loops. Pretty setting, friendly service, and adequate facilities. Enjoyed the views from the ridgetop Pine Mtn Rd and the Pine Mtn Trail. Will return another time to explore the nearby Little White House at Warm Springs. - CaneyFork
Dec 2014 - $23.00
If there were full hookups, this park would be a ten. No sewer or television hookups. We arrived at dusk and did not know some campsites have gray water pits. Reservations get you a campsite but it's first come to get the best locations. Checking in is very easy. Staff very friendly. Hookups are old and need updating but worked well. Nice convenience store located in the park. Dump station accommodates three RVs at a time. We will return. - RaptorSVT
Mar 2015 - $28.00
We normally camp in a travel trailer, but my son and I wanted to "rough" it in a tent. Wooded sites, some near water, miles and miles of trails, all levels of terrain. Pond to fish in, lots of history, built by ccc, near callaway gardens. I have camped here 3 times in the past. Staff is very friendly. The only improvement I think they need to consider is to have the park ranger make more trips through the campground. - Cairo Camper
Dec 2014 - $22.00
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've ever stayed in. We love the forest, the trees they have kept in the park, the spacious sites, the well-laid out design, railroad-tied site markers, the designated patio and tent pad at each site, the park amenities, the paved roads for biking and walking, the lake, the rental boats, easy to maneuver roads, the clean bathrooms and pleasant staff. All around, just great. Hope to go back this Summer and stay longer than one night. - LifeInOurRV
Nov 2015 - $50.00
Campground is easy access from I-185. Internal roads are paved and campsites in the Azalea section are concrete. We drive a 44' MH with a tow and were able to easily navigate the park with the tow. Staff were very friendly and we got an escort to our site. Most sites in this area look level with good hook-ups, our site was level and the coach auto-leveled with no difficulty. The grounds are nicely maintained and the campground is clean. We did not use the CG rest room or laundry so cannot comment on that. Quiet hours begin at 10P and there was loud music up until that time on the Saturday we were there. Overall, nice place and we would stop here again. - LvR
Nov 2015 - $41.00
When making my reservation, I requested a site in the Day Lilly area since it was shaded and cheaper than the other areas. I was told my 40" motor home would have to go the the Azalea area. The Azalea sites have concrete pads and two available sewer connections, one near the other utilities and one further back in the site. The interior roads are gravel and paved providing easy access to all the sites. We were escorted to our site. There were only a dozen or so rigs in the Azalea area and yet they put another rig right next to us. There is only one shower area for the Azalea area, so it could be pretty busy when the resort is more full. We had several inches of rain on our first night with no flooding or drainage issues. The Azalea sites are in the open with no shade at all. - Good Vibes
Oct 2015 - $37.00
We stayed in the treed section, which was a gravel site on a hill. We were not really able to get our coach level. Sewer hookup was uphill from the coach. The facilities were nice and the staff was helpful with any request.
There are also concrete pad sites which were all booked for the rally going on - they appeared to be much more level but are in an open field and so very sunny. - pattic777