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6 RV Parks near Talbotton, Georgia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Talbotton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Talbotton in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $65.00
Campground is corporate owned (or at least it appears to be) seemed like folks in the front office knew very little about camping. Everything is very expensive for a campground in the middle of no where. We stayed on site 189 which they sell as a lake view. The lake is on the property across the street. The pool is small compared to the number of site they have. The campground is clean and well maintained just expensive. Firewood was $10 for 7 pieces of firewood. - Fuzion Hauler
Jul 2018 - $50.00
This is a beautiful, quiet campground. The trees at the sites are immature and don't offer a lot of shade at this point in time, but they are pretty. There aren't any organized activities, but there is a pool and a small playground. The roads are smooth and great for bike riding. I chose this campground because we planned to go to the Atlanta Aquarium, but it was much too far of a drive (80 minutes one way). My only complaint would be that there were a ton of flies each evening when we ate dinner, but if you eat later in the evening (after sunset), they aren't as bothersome. Wifi signal was strong, but I didn't use it because my T-mobile reception was great. There were some flat stones (flush with the ground) outside our camper that I considered a patio of sorts (they were pretty), and we had a very nice picnic table - it was square and all in one piece, made of composite material, and had four benches attached to it. - Morning Star
Jun 2018 - $50.00
Stayed here 21 - 24 June 2018, our 2nd stay. Lot 147 was in the " newer" section of the park but we had a very large shade tree. This was a pull thru end lot and very spacious. Little tight on the turn out when leaving due to a tree directly across the road. Resort at about 45% or so but very quiet. Lots of people at the pool (salt water) very well managed and maintained. Jacuzzi heater was inoperative. We will be staying here again. Did notice that the sewer connections at many lots were broken (including ours) and in need of repair. - Joelbjr
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Just opened in March 2017. Site says full hookup, but that's not accurate....there's no sewer hookup. There are 6 sites and 6 cabins. The park is beautiful with a pretty river, some hills and lots of trees. It kind of looked like they will be building more campsites in the future. We were in site 12 which was ok until there were occupants in 11 and 10. Got much tighter then! I would recommend staying in 1-3 as those sites seemed to be laid out better. There is a little bit of a lack of "supervision" from staff. Kind of a free for all which is ok until you have a site with a travel trailer plus 3 vehicles and a total of 6 people and a big dog. That was a little much. It would be nice if there was more of a staff presence. Oh and all of the sites say ADA compatible....I really don't think that's a fair statement. It's all gravel and hilly. We got great AT&T and T-Mobile cellular coverage and LOTS of OTA TV channels! Overall it was a great place to spend a couple of nights. The first night it was just us and people in one cabin. Peaceful bliss! - doggpurr
Dec 2017 - $28.00
Ramsey's RV Park is a nice little place. The owner is very nice. We were scheduled to arrive before closing time but had problems with our trailer. We called and he instructed us on what to do upon arrival. There are front pull through sites that do sit somewhat close to each other. But we didn't plan on staying in the park other than sleeping at night so this wasn't a problem for us. Seems like there was more sites around back of the office but we didn't ever go around so I'm not sure. There is a pool that looks very clean and inviting but it's December so that was a no go for us. The sites we saw were all clean, grassy and level. All in all it's a nice small place away from everything but still close enough. I'm only giving 9 because of the close sites. But other than that it's a great place to stay. It's an older park but the new owner is making upgrades frequently. Would stay again! - Stephanie McCall
Jul 2017 - $28.00
This is the second time we stayed here. The host was very nice and helpful. It appears that most of the sites are pull thru's with both shady and open sites. Very convenient to Greenville for visiting family. We would stay here again. - Sleeps Two
Nov 2016 - $28.00
Ramsey RV park is a older family run park that is just outside of Warm Springs. It was a pleasure staying here and there were four motor homes traveling together that enjoyed the stay.
The owners are very friendly and we felt very welcome here.
Most sites are grassy , the restrooms are older but very clean and we will be back. - riopreto
May 2018 - $36.00
This park has a lot of potential, but it needs a LOT of attention. The interior roads are OK, the sites are not too bad, fairly level with gravel. The park is laid out weird. There is only one small bathhouse in the whole park and it looks to be in severe need to be completely replaced. Signs were up stating they were working on repairs, but you never saw any signs of progress. Most of the buildings are old and need attention. Lots of permanent residents and the RV's in the park are very weathered. Residents (if you saw one) were not too friendly.
The park was nearly full over Memorial Day, but you didn't see any activity. The Good Sam ratings are way off on this one. On the other hand, the staff we spoke to were very friendly. If in the area again, I would look for another place to stay. We actually left a day ahead of schedule to find a better place to stay. - BuckeyeTravels
May 2018 - $36.00
Pull through spots are long and are in the middle of the park and are nice. The long term camp sites are on the outside loops of the park and these spots are in very bad shape. All service roads are gravel and are in poor condition even though recently less than a half inch of new gravel was added. Lots of pot holes make for a rough drive in and through the park. Play ground equipment is very dated and in bad shape as is most park buildings which all need paint. There appears to be no maintenance workers or grounds keepers maintaining the park. - chwill545
Apr 2018 - $34.00
We were going through the area heading east from Arizona and called mid day to check for availability. They were extremely accommodating. Even though a rally was coming in they were able to get us in for one night. We really appreciated getting in because a bad storm was following us and we were seeking a safe haven. What a wonderful place to stay. We will gladly visit there again. - Buffalochips
Aug 2018 - $16.00
A great State Park that plans lots of family based activities on a weekly basis (check their website) for add'l fee. The Pool is 1.8 miles away on the outskirts of the park. There is a daily fee but reduced for Campers. There are SIX Loops with sites. Only Loop One truly has lake view sites and most of them are 15' or less. If you have a Trailer/RV bigger than 30' AND/OR need 50amp, head directly to the more secluded Loop 5 (trust me!!!). We found Loops TWO and THREE and FOUR crowded but there were sites to fit our 28' TT. Loop SIX is behind the Trading Post and tiny. Almost all sites can be tricky with leveling. Loop ONE is the easiest to level. VERY tight turns in Loops TWO, THREE and FOUR. Loop FIVE is a bit easier to drive but has low branches. There are three Camping Hosts who did a great job when we were there as well as many Park Rangers. Kayaks and Canoes for rent but no swimming in the lake. Clean Showers but can get crowded on busy weeks. FDR is becoming a "site specific" reservable campground in late 2018 so no more driving around looking for a spot! - Kitcatsz
Jun 2018 - $28.00
This is one of Georgia's treasures. The park is large with about 46 miles of trails, a lake, lots of wildlife and lots of fantastic views. This is a wonderful place to get away and relax. There are plenty of things to do, things to see, and things to enjoy in one of Georgia's largest State Parks. Some of the sites have 50 amp, some only 30. No real pattern to them, so you'll need to check each one to be sure. Loop 5 has the most pull-throughs and generally larger sites. Some of the sites need some leveling and gravel added. Be prepared to level your RV. It took me a little while to get mine level. To me, this isn't a big deal. It is a more rustic park, which I love about it! When entering the park, come in via GA-120. If you come in GA-354, you will need to drive through the entire campground to register, then drive back through to get to your site. Once you are camped, it is generally better to use GA-354, since it is closer to the actual sites. If you do come in GA-354, be sure to keep going through to the T at GA-120. The directions aren't well marked to get to the registration station/visitors center. Many people end up driving through the cabin area, with tight roads. Just keep going straight through on the main road to the registration center. Also, the registration center has no dedicated parking to check in. There is enough room for a couple of RV along the side, if you drive through the parking area and pull over along the bottom exit road. Just be very careful. - ben31rv
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Camped at FDR State Park for a long weekend in June so Temps In The 80s, nights down a bit but warm . The Park was in good shape the roads are good some paved some gravel but in good shape and marked well . Bath houses were older but kept clean. There is a camp store and a welcome center along with camp host that sell firewood and ice . The Liberty Bell Pool is awesome , built by The CCC in the early 1940s, also near by is Callaway Gardens Wild Animal Safari , FDRs Little White House. We stayed in site 306 a 40' back in that was spacious and very shaded. Most of the Campground is shady. With well over 100 sites there's plenty of options to choose from. There are gray water dumps scattered through the cg and a full dump station with two lanes at the back gate. We have visited the park several times in the past while tent camping and there are several nice tent only sites along lake Delano. Canoeing and fishing boat rental available and lots of hiking trails . This is a great park with lots to do. - CoachLen613
Apr 2018 - $23.00
We stayed 3 days. The park is right beside the lake. About 1/2 the sites are lakeside and the other 1/2 have lake view. All sites are level with crushed gravel pads and great hookups. It's one of the cleanest campgrounds I've seen and the staff was extremely helpful. - Buddy Ray
Apr 2017 - $20.00
We stay at this campground four or five times a year and love it. The host(s) are always very helpful and friendly. The facilities are always clean and in good order. The pads are always clean. This is our favorite place to camp. - BrentGreene
Apr 2013 - $20.00
We love this park. The park is in Central time and the office is on Eastern time, so have to pay attention when the gate is locked. We stayed by the lake but there are other sites that are good too. There's fishing and water activities and a small playground for the kids. It's well worth the trip to stay. Be sure you have groceries--it's a few miles to get to nearest food source. - jimdee