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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $10.00
This has been our home park since 2011. We usually use it twice a year. Once in the fall on our way down south and then one more time on our way back north in the spring. We love the peace and serenity of the area. Unadilla is a small town but you have Cordelle to the south and Perry to the north if you need something other than groceries. We have never had a problem with any of the sites and can usually find one that has an open view to the southern sky for satellite TV. I noticed some people have complained about the interstate noise but we have never had a problem with it and we always park near the highway. The people here are super friendly and helpful. A good thing to note is that you do pay with cash or check (no plastic). There is always activities going on and they have allot of potlucks if that's your thing. The bath and shower facilities have always been very clean during our visits. The wifi is available in the clubhouse,office and laundry room. The 50 amp sites are all towards the front of the park.
*** Important*** no matter what your GPS tells you take exit 121 to get to the park. It is the easiest and by far the best way and you can exit either north or south bound. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.
If you like chocolate covered nuts there is a store called Werenuts a few miles down the interstate that we stop at every time we are in the area.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $12.00
The staff at this park and the other campers are really friendly and very helpful with directions to amenities and attractions in the area. However, it's a great big field, just off I-75. That means it's LOUD, 24/7. The bathrooms appear to have been recently redone - very nice. The laundry room is great, as is the clubhouse. The only Wi-Fi is in the clubhouse. The 50 amp service is closer to the highway; we chose 30 amp, as that was nominally quieter. The free pecans were nice. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $1.00
Previous review was good view of park. Not all sites have cable hookups and I used my antenna and had about 8 channels. This is an overnight park for sure as most attractions are more than 20 miles away. The management is very helpful and willing to assist in any way to make the stay enjoyable. The rate was coast 2 coast and was $0.00. There is no WiFi except in the rec. center and it is good while being slow wireless. There is a printer available. We will stay here again if passing through. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $1.00
Price reflects C2C membership. The campground is easy to get to. It sits right off I-75. You are able to drive through campground and pick your own site. We were toward the back of the campground, so the highway noise wasn’t too bad. There are two sections of this campground. The section we stayed in had trees throughout. The sites are grass. Because there has been a lot of rain, most sites were very wet, but there was not much mud. Sites are on the small size, but there is plenty of room for RV with slides and toad vehicle. We appreciated the onsite chapel. Service was managed by another camper. They offer a pancake breakfast each morning and this appears to also be managed by another camper. Good campground to have for a place to park, not great if you are planning to hang around the campground. Good Verizon cell phone coverage and easy to get DirecTV satellite connection. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $2.00
If you stay at this park opt for a 30 amp setup at the back of the park - as it will be quieter. We had 50 amp which is right near Highway 75 and noisy 24/7. Then there are the nighttime trains and the early morning crop dusters so that is why I have chosen to score it a 6. The people running it are really nice and they offer a free pancake breakfast 5 days a week. It is an ROD park for us so the $2 was for 50 amp service. I will stay here again if we can stay in the back where it is quieter. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $26.00
Contrary to Passport America listing, park does not accept credit cards. Passport rate is limited to 2 nights. All 50-amp sites are $2 extra for cable whether you use it or not. Gravel sites are level but slightly narrow. Wifi is only available in the office, not at the sites. 50-amp sites are right by the interstate and very noisy at night. This RV park has more activities than we've seen anywhere. Free pancakes most mornings, bowling, lunches out at restaurants, cards every afternoon, bingo every night and a wonderful pot luck lunch on the 4th! Some of the friendliest people we've ever encountered. We will stay here again. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $1.00
This is our home resort, covered under our Coast to Coast membership. We used to look forward to staying here on our trips north and south on I75. We have been disappointed in the past couple years at the lack of maintenance. There is a pool, but not usable when we were there. In the middle of summer, it is filled with leaves. The restrooms, with only a few campers on the side that use it, had dead bugs and cigarette butts all over the floor, and trash was overflowing. The sites are not level and, in any rain, there are puddles around the sites and roads. Wi-Fi is only available at the clubhouse. We have enjoyed the social activities and pancake breakfasts and may stay there again, but only overnight. We hope this campground will be spruced up. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $2.00
We joined this park when they had 3 different parks but only stayed at this one, perfect stopover point between the Keys and Canada. We have been quite happy until 2 years ago when they changed their manager. He is definitely not a people person and was rude to us several times during our stay this year. We noticed that the park was in total disarray with the grass at over 2 feet high, the pool was totally green and when we asked the office manager about it she acted as though she didn't even care. This park has gotten so bad in just 2 years we can't even imagine what it will look like in the future. Friends of ours stayed here over the past winter for the chance to harvest pecans. They were picking up the nuts until the manager approached them and advised them that picking the pecans was now against park rules. That started such a fight that the members went into the office and cancelled their 12 year membership. For those planning a trip through GA you'd be foolish to stay at this park, especially during the hot months when the rattlesnake population invades the park with the grass being as high as it was back in May. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $12.00
I-75 is under construction and appears it will be for some time to come, so be prepared for short distance exiting or entering of the highway. It is obvious this was a KOA campground in a former life. Utilities and “yards” are shared. Sites would be nice sized if this was not the case. They have 35 - 50amp sites; all others are 30amp. There is a $2.00 per night fee for cable in all 50amp sites and 16 - 30amp sites. Cable sites are out front near I-75 and the railroad tracks. Bath house is clean. Laundry room shows wear and date. Dryers need cleaned. Cost is $1.25. Just watch for the little mouse that makes the laundry room home. Cell phone service is good; park is across the interstate from a cell tower. This would be a great park for those who enjoy the parking lot style RV parks, little dogs, with bingo and so forth. We will only use this park as a travel stop if necessary in the future. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $10.00
Low rate due to RPI membership. This park accepts quite a few membership type of cards. Originally a KOA park. No provisions for sale in office. Limited activities for long term tenants. Very enjoyable Miniature Golf facility. During pecan growing season, a great place to pick pecans from the ground. We have stayed here several other times, and are very satisfied with this park. Would recommend to anyone. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $2.00
Price reflects only payment for 50 amp and cable since we are part of their network and technically camped for free. Campground was nice for an overnight stay. We are fairly new to camping and have a 39-ft fifth wheel, we felt that it was a little cramped. Not so much the site itself, but there is not a lot of room to maneuver as you're pulling in. The highway access is close by, but is currently under construction, and getting onto the freeway itself was dicey since there is little running room. That's not a reflection on the park, just a little FYI if you're in the area any time soon. Staff was very nice. No store onsite, shower facilities were clean. Our site was pretty level but not paved. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $18.00
We stayed on our way to Florida and coming back home. The sites are grass/gravel and most are level. Not far from the highway so traffic noise could be heard. For an over night stay, this was just right. Diesel station right as you exit. This is a dog friendly park which are hard to find. We have 3. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $12.00
Stayed here as a Coast-to-Coast member. Good value for an overnight. The 50 amp full hookup sites have cable which requires a $2 extra fee (on top of the $10 C-t-C points) but that is still a bargain for a nice, level, shady space. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $10.00
Easy to get to, but nothing to see/do nearby, one small grocery store. Spacious pull-thru sites, clean shower/restrooms, grounds well-kept. Good for an overnight, but nothing in area to stay longer for. Paid $4 for 24 hrs Wi-Fi in main bldg. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $15.00
We stayed here five days during Thanksgiving,CG is located right next to I-75 very noisy, it only has cable TV in the few spots up front none in the rear, horse stables are nearby and flies can be a problem at times. We will not stay here again. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
If you like chocolate covered nuts there is a store called Werenuts a few miles down the interstate that we stop at every time we are in the area.Rlachermeier • March 2015
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