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3 RV Parks near Twin City, Georgia
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This was our fifth trip with our travel trailer. We've been staying mostly at Georgia State Parks, and this one has by far the cleanest facilities we've seen. Turns out, they had just renovated the bathroom and shower facilities a few months ago. We paddled on the lake and it was serene and beautiful. I've never seen cypress trees growing out of a lake and it looked out of this world. You can paddle between the trees and it was like a maze. But you won't get lost as long as you have a general sense of direction. They have warning signs of alligators, but the park ranger said that they typically avoid you. We actually saw one in a distance, so they really do exist around here! I've read that it's beautiful in the fall, so we'll definitely try to come here again in the fall. The campsites are pretty spacious, most of them face the lake which is nice. I've read in other sites that you could paddle right into the lake from your campsite, but I don't think that's the case with all sites... we went to the boat ramp. Overall our trip was great, it was a wonderful environment. - Estella
Jul 2018 - $28.00
We checked in and lady at the desk was not overly friendly, gave no extra details on anything, no map of the sites, no thank you for staying with them. Site barely held our 5th wheel. Space was a tight fit with narrow steps to go down to picnic table...water was soooo black and yucky we wouldn't even put our kayak in it. Cut our stay short and just came home. We mostly likely will not go back to this camp ground even though it's less than an hour from us. - Rivey
Apr 2018 - $30.00
Nice walking trails. Lot of history in the park. Very scenic and peaceful. Check out their website. - Donald Carroll
May 2018 - $13.00
Sites are on a first come first choice basis. Sites with 50 amp have a yellow stripe at top of number post. Most sites are fairly level with hard packed gravel and patio. Cell service is good, sites are tree covered. No washers /dryers are available in the campground. - Nautilus
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Beautiful clean spacious sites. Peaceful parks with small lake. On the Civil War Heritage Trail. Note alligators are present. Would stay there again!! - Scooterd16
Jul 2017 - $21.00
This is a really nice, clean state park. Our 50 amp, pull-thru site was very spacious and level. There are woods surrounding the campground, so we had woods out our door. They only have 4 or 5 50-amp sites, and they are first come-first served. You can make a reservation, but not site specific.You choose your site once you arrive. There is no sewer hook up, but a dump station. We were attending a family reunion, and the others rented the cabins, which are very nice. We normally only stay at FHU sites, but had no choice. If they had sewer hook ups, this would be a 9 or even a 10. I would love to stay here longer, but we do not want to deal with no sewer.There are paddle boats/kayaks to rent and a splash pad that is free. There's also a playground. There's plenty of room to walk the dog. We received 3 channels on our OTA, had good Verizon cell service, and good WIFI using our hotspot. (Note: the cabins couldn't receive internet with our hotspot, but the CG was fine.) The rate reflects a 30% discount. - Gayle E.