23 RV Parks near Rydal, Georgia
We did however find 23 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rydal. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rydal in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $38.00
This is a typical KOA that has a good overnight section for folks returning from Florida. I recommend a reservation. They were full in early April. It is quiet and convenient to a few fast food places. Our site was plenty long but we needed blocks on one side. Easy in and out. Utilities were well placed. - exceltraveler
Mar 2018 - $40.00
KOA's are generally more expensive and don't necessarily offer more than anyone else who has a cheaper rate. This was the 2nd time we stayed here mainly because it was convenient to where we needed to be. Sites are okay, some gravel, roads were sand, when it rains, they turn to mud baths! Somewhat level, not too close to other campers, does have picnic table and 50A electric with water and sewer. Staff were friendly and helpful. - Retired Wanderers
Mar 2018 - $36.00
After a long day fighting Atlanta,Ga I-75 I needed an overnight site real bad. I don't normally look for a high price campground, for just a few hour stay (12 hours). Charged me $36 without sewer, didn't discount for not having full hookup. Cable wasn't good, picture was really bad. Site was far from level, not long enough for me and my toad. I would not return here. I don't know how they get 7.3 good review. I am tired of paying good money for crappy campgrounds. - Moneymo
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Paved interior roads and sites. We opted to get a 'premium' site overlooking Lake Allatoona. Had walk down access to the lake also.
Sites are very large with a gravel pad for tents/shelter. Concrete picnic table and grill.
Nice beach and boat launch.
A word of caution to big rig owners, call in advance. Didn't see too many sites that would accommodate a 40' rig. - Iceman567
Jun 2015 - $26.00
This campground is small with some tight turns. We stayed here during the week and the campground was nearly empty. The beach for the kids was nice and clean. Thursday and Friday it starting filling up and the quiet went away. The crowds also increased the demand on the shower facility. We would stay here again but I will be very selective of the campsite I choose. - walterwegozz
Aug 2013 - $26.00
This was the first campground we stayed at with a travel trailer. The hosts were very nice and directed us to a different pull-through site than the one we registered with and it was SO much better. Almost all tent sites are on the water and the RV sites are inland, but they are wooded and quiet. I agree with another poster that there are few level sites than can handle large rigs, but we have a 17-footer so that didn't bother us. The lake was close by, fishing was OK, clean restrooms and showers and the swimming area was very well maintained. We will definitely return! - SimeralKing
May 2017 - $13.00
This is an older county park. Clean and neat. The roads were paved but narrow, twisty and hilly. The spots were cement and very level. Large rigs may have a difficult time maneuvering. There were picnic tables and fire rings and garbage barrel with a recycle bin at each spot. The view of the lake is beautiful. Bath house is dated but clean. Staff was very friendly and helpful. - esta34950
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here Labor Day Weekend. All of the State Park and COE campgrounds on Lake Allatoona tend to get reserved early, but this one doesn't. This is a little jewel of a campground. I think the sites are better than the ones at McCaskey Creek COE campground a few miles away. Some of the spots are really better left for tents as they are hard to get into with anything bigger than a class B. Rear lounge trailers have a lot of choices for great views as the back-in sites face the lake. However, in these same sites the patio faces the road or adjacent space with limited views of the lake. The better sites in the park are 8, 11 and 12 if you have a rear lounge and don't require the patio to be facing the lake. We stayed in site 11 and angled our trailer about 45 degrees to the pad and had a good view of the lake from the patio area. Site 14 is a very nice back-in with the patio facing the lake, but is only about 16 ft wide. Sites 24, 25 and 27 are also very nice, but are also a little narrow. Site 27 is on the end of a peninsula with lots of water surrounding it. Site 54 is nice, but also only about 16 ft wide. I would avoid sites 32-37 as they are very close together and on the main road through the campground with not much to view.
The roads are narrow, but easily navigable unless there is a vehicle coming the other way as all roads are two-way. There is a nice beach as you enter the park and nearby in another section of the park is the boat launch area. Water pressure is high (120psi).
The only complaint is how the spots are left by previous campers. Our fire ring was filled with partially burned trash, and we observed many empty spots where the fire rings were used as trash dumps. Despite this, we will return here again.
The campground is closed October through February. - GA Bob
Nov 2008 - $18.00
We have been RVers for 36 years. We find Georgia State and County parks to be among the nation's best. Bartow Gatewood Park was not a disappointment. The foliage was stunning, the campground well kept and beautiful. The roads are paved as are many of the RV sites. There are plenty of lakefront sites with beautiful views, with decks built for the picnic tables. One side of the campground has a great view of the dam. We were greeted by the nicest hosts (Dicky & Vicky), who even delivered some firewood to our campsite for us. They were seen often driving through the park and if we were walking, they always stopped and asked if everything was OK and if we were enjoying our stay. I can't remember having such a nice reception in a government-owned park! Even though it is called Bartow Beach Campground, the beach was closed years ago, but there is a natural little beach that people enjoy swimming from. If I had to guess, I would say it's about 5 miles off I-75 out SR 20, and well worth the drive! - n2fun
Apr 2018 - $20.00
Passport park, rate was 20.00 for 1 night, cash only. Weird setup they only have 2 spots for over night and both are beside the bath house/laundry room. Water pressure was low, cable and wifi worked well. Some train noise thru the night. not worth the full rate for 1 night. - DBSnowbirds
Sep 2017 - $18.00
This is a very difficult park to rate. It is only a parking spot behind the office building in what appears to be a driveway, but it's the site. There are two that I saw. First off, be VERY CAREFUL walking in because I fell on the sidewalk leading to the office. It was 3-4 inches uneven, and someone was speaking to me while walking and I did not see it and fell on my newly replaced knee and other knee...hard. I am still sore today. I told the office lady they needed to mark that, and she did go outside and put a couple of stakes there. We had 50 amp service, sewer and water and cable and free wifi, so we were comfortable other than hurting. There are quite a few trains going through late at night, so what we thought would be quiet turned out to be a sleepless night. Most of the sites are permanent people, but they were quiet. We probably wouldn't stop there again just because of my bad experience, but if you just need a place with all the basics, they do have it. Their laundry was right next to our rv and only $1 for washer and $1 for dryer and that room was clean. The people were nice. - Ginny H
Nov 2016 - $18.00
Mostly long term residents, our site was along side the office directly under the wifi tower. Even so, wifi very week and not really usable. Satellite friendly site. Big central lawn area great for dog walking. Very friendly staff and residents, eager to assist with recommendations for site seeing, restaurants, etc. Easy off hwy, short drive to historic downtown. All in all, a very nice little park. Would stay here again. - lovinretirement
Apr 2018 - $40.00
This was our second stop at this park. I had looked forward to stopping here again as the staff was very friendly and the site we had was level. Very nice park with long pull thru sites. Grassy areas were mowed and well kept. They have, however, taken out the pool since our last visit and no longer have wifi. When I made the reservation I was not told the office was closed from 12:00 to 1:30. When we arrived around 12:30 there was a sign on the door they would return at 1:30, so we had to sit and wait for them to return. There was nothing left on the door telling us which site was ours. When they returned at 1:20 and stood outside the door talking to some other people waiting I went to the door and was promptly told they were closed and I had to come back at 1:30. The man asked if we had reservations and I told him yes. Again he said I would have to come back. Very, very rude. He finally yelled at me when I was walking away and told me the site number. When I asked him where it was, he again very rudely told me I would have to come back. The site we were given was not at all level. I don't know what happened to the very nice people who were here before but they need to come back. We will not return to this park. - Diplomat 07
Mar 2018 - $40.00
Stayed here one night on our way home from FL. After driving into a couple of 'scary' campgrounds near Atlanta, we were happy to find this little gem. Very clean and neat...a reflection of the fact that they employ retired military and law enforcement individuals. Our site was long and very level. Hookups were great...no issues. There is no working WiFi...long story, but no one can currently reset the system to restore it to working order. The redwood mulch was a nice touch. Would definitely stay here again and even explore more of this area. - RVhappyHere
Mar 2018 - $40.00
We needed a place to stop for the night on our way back north from Spring Break. Easy on and off from I75, so that was nice. Pulled in after the office was closed, and they had our site clearly marked on a map for us in the after-hours registration box. Appreciated that I could write a check. Our site was just the right size for our 23-foot trailer + Highlander. And a good spot for a single night. Lots of trailers in the area, closely parked together, long termers there. Couldn't get the cable to work. There wasn't any wifi. Office staff were very friendly and helpful on the phone. Make sure you include your tow vehicle in the length you give for the reservation--we couldn't have been a foot longer and fit in the site. - Kim KB
Jun 2017 - $48.00
Great campground with numerous lakefront campsites! Pros - level sites, fishing, water activities, great scenery Cons - Not full hookup. - RandyP
Mar 2017 - $32.00
This was the opening weekend for the campground season. Park was in good shape. Area we were in had restrooms only, no bath house. Some site are smaller due to age of campground. Hosts are very friendly, and helpful. This is an old park built in 60's. First site we were reserved on could not get my camper on, even though it said it would accommodate. However hosts allowed us to move with no hassles. Good easy power hook up. Sites on the water are more expensive than inner sites. Weekend crowds book way ahead so you may or may not get a water site when lake is full. Over all good campground and location, as well as value. - RDM1980
May 2015 - $30.00
There are only 2 full hookup sites, 150 and 151, and I had 151 which is actually 2 sites. No wifi or cable, but other utilities worked fine. Site is in the trees, so no satellite reception and limited antenna reception. Park is spectacular located on Lake Alatoona and is about 10 miles from Canton. There is a pre-registration process, but it is worthless. I still had to go through the entire regular government check in process when I arrived. - ramblin' vagabonds
May 2018 - $33.00
While this is a pretty park, we did not find it good for anyone with a big rig. The roads are winding and small with tree branches hitting you at every turn. The pull throughs right on the left when you come in are long enough. However, entry is steep coming in to most of them and we saw many gouges in the asphalt from trailers and tow cars that bottomed out. Unlike many other Georgia state parks, upgrades have not been made to the roads and sites. Very wooded. Great for tents and small RVs. - dorcol
Apr 2018 - $35.00
I've reviewed this park before, it's local to us and good for a shakedown to begin the season. The park doesn't change much, however the Ga weather can, so come prepared for it to change during your stay based on the season. This stay we were in site 82 which is a 20 ft back in, near the front of the park after you loop around the CG. The site was nice plenty of room for parking two cars , a long back in with a few pines to avoid but not to bad. The neighbors were kinda close but no worse than most parks. In this case we had good neighbors, with kids but very quite. Bath house close by but it's one of the older ones, do your self a favor and walk or drive up to the new bathhouse near entrance to the CG. This is something that The Park needs to address, upgrade the bath houses! Our camping buddies were across the road in site 83, it is a 40ft Back in, a huge lot with lots of privacy. These sites were, again near the entrance to the CG, and not on the lake but just a short walk to lake access. We will go to Red Top again, it's not only close for us but it's a favorite as well. - CoachLen613
Aug 2017 - $35.00
This was a go to for us in tent camping years ago, now we are back in the camping game, but in a 21 ft travel trailer. The Park is nice, lots to do, located on Allatoona Lake so fishing, swimming and great hiking trails. Nice shaded park for campers. Bath Houses were clean but older and could be updated. We stayed in site #80, a 20 ft back in , which is a tough back in but a good view and a big site. Lots of sites available with lake views and another section for big rigs long pull thrus, along with several 40 ft back ins. This is an older Park with a lot of traffic, but kept up well. - CoachLen613
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Nice campground. It's a county run park but it rivals most state parks, and most of the facilities look pretty new (in 2015). All camping spaces are paved, with decks, nice fire rings, etc. Restrooms are pretty standard in the campground. Several really nice playgrounds for the kids.
Only thing to be aware of is the steepness of the roads and some campsites. This campground is HILLY so many of the sites, the only flat space is the paved pad and the wood deck.
Caretaker was very nice. Beach area looks nice and has canoes to rent, but we were here in April and it wasn't open for the season yet. - Buddy Ray
Apr 2018 - $14.00
Nice COE park on the water. Premium sites along the waterfront cost more. Many pull-throughs, only two sites have sewer and they're both back-ins. Paved roads, paved sites, easy access for big rigs. Our site would be shady once the trees fully leaf out, but things were still a bit bare the first week of April. That meant we could see the lake, though! Very quiet at night. There's a day-use area with a large beach, and a marina within biking distance with a nice little bar and grill. The men's bathrooms could use a bit more attention, hubby said they were filthy with feces that needed to be cleaned before he could use the toilet. Not the hosts' fault, probably people who aren't monitoring their children, but if that's going to be the case then perhaps they should be checked/cleaned more often. The ladies side was fine, clean and really good water pressure in the shower. Overall a very nice COE campground. We would return, it's fairly close to Atlanta if you needed to do stuff in the city. - Denise and Glenn
Oct 2017 - $29.00
This is a very nice and wooded campground on the lake. There are lots of trees so not many sites have a clear view of the lake, but you can see the lake through the trees and there is easy access to it. The sites are spacious and have plenty of privacy thanks to the trees. The camp hosts are very nice as well. Verizon worked okay there, but with our booster it was better. AT&T actually worked better than Verizon. The only thing we did not like about this campground is it felt like we had a curfew. They lock the gate so you can't get in or out between 9pm and 7am. Not only does that seem unsafe in case of emergencies, but it's also inconvenient if we wanted to be out past 9pm, or if we had guests that didn't want to have to leave the park by 8:30pm (that's the rule for guests). Our purpose for staying there was to visit my sister who lives in that town and if we went to her house for the evening, we didn't want to have to get home by 9pm so we just ended up spending the night at her house. And when she visited us it was inconvenient that she had to leave by 8:30. This was in October and I believe the hours are a little better in the summer, but it's still a little unsettling knowing you're locked in for the night. In 3 years of fulltime travel we've never been at a campground that does this. We have been at several that have gates, but they always have a code so that people staying there can get in or out after hours. It would be nice if this park would implement a gate with a code. - Love2Camp777
Oct 2017 - $14.00
A little hard to reach with low limbs and utility lines on narrow, hilly, curving road but ok if taken slowly. Easy, friendly check-in. Nice campground on a pretty lake. Tall, thick tree cover so hard to get satellite reception. A very few over the air stations available. Our site was long and level. Utilities were conveniently located and worked well. Site was nicely separated from others with plenty of space. Nice sitting area with table and fire ring. Restrooms were nearby and needed cleaning. Mainly a place to relax for a few days. Rate is with senior pass. - starwind
May 2018 - $16.00
Interagency 50% Senior discount for two nights for a large, paved, pull-thru, 50 amp, water hookup site with a wooden deck overlooking a small cove of Allatoona Lake. A dump station is available. We had good Verizon cell and internet access. The trees prevented satellite TV reception. A busy train track is about a mile away and the noise does affect a quiet evening. Our GPS directed us to the Allatoona Dam Visitor Center instead of the McKinney campground; be sure to check the directions. We would camp here again. - Dave51
Mar 2018 - $32.00
Great campground with numerous lakefront campsites! Pros - level sites, fishing, water activities, great scenery Cons - Not full hookup, loud trains, long line to dump tanks. - RandyP
Mar 2018 - $16.00
Typical Army Corp park with great views of the lake. Interior roads are paved but, very narrow in spots making oncoming traffic hard to pass without getting off pavement onto soft shoulder. Some sites are close to others, as was mine, but a lot of sites have ample room in between. Very close to Acworth, GA with ample restaurants and things to do but everything is very crowded, expect waits. Entrance roads to campground are very winding and narrow at places, use caution while driving on these roads. Had a nice time inside park during the midweek but weekends are very noisy because of locals partying with large groups of people. - Jimmymike