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9 RV Parks near Union City, Georgia
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Union City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Union City in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $35.00
A Diamond in the Rough -- VERY rough ! ! Great location with easy access to highway 85, 30 min. to downtown (no traffic) Peachtree City just 15 min. east with grocery, fuel etc. But care for the park has been lacking for Many years and there is Nothing else in the area. $35 night is Too much - $200 week is better - $500 month (includ. elec.) is best. Worked out fine for us for the month with the easy access location for south ATL - just realize it's Not a 'pretty' place ... but Could be with a major makeover and then people would be waiting in line I think !
The turn toward the campground is just next the the service station which is confusing with the access road. - SailorGolf
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We called ahead and were told that no one would be in the office when we arrived so just take a site by the office. Park is poorly marked so we had trouble finding it. When we got there, there were no sites by the office that we could see. One of the residents directed us to a site which was a back in. Once we got on the site we found there was no water. The grass was long and hadn't been cut for weeks by the look of it. In the morning we went to the office to pay . It was a filthy mess with papers and stuff all over. The office person did not seem to care that we had no water and didn't offer to refund any money because of it. We would have been better off to just stay at a WalMart !! - Jan Griff
Jan 2017 - $35.00
They claim in the Good Sam RV Travel Guide, to have 140 available spaces. That might be so if you have a 20' travel trailer with 30 amp power. They have no spaces with 50 amp power that are easily accessible. We have stayed here three times. During the first two times we could not get level, needed three sewer hoses to reach the connection and ruined our rock guard trying to get in the space. All spaces are small. Many have water, but no sewer or sewer but no water. There are power boxes and/or water pipes, not no guts to the power or faucets for the water. During our last visit we opted to try a 30 amp spot...couldn't get level, had to run both power and water hoses back under the coach to plugins, and had to run the generator to keep warm. This park could be a gold mine if fixed up and maintained. However, nothing changes, we've had it,and will not stay here again. $35 with no discount is about twice what this park should charge. We felt sorry for the lady in the office, she knew nothing about the RV side of the business. Thus, she was no help as we tried to find a space with both power, water and sewer. - Old GI
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This place should be burned to the ground. It's beyond words how bad the infrastructure is. Many sites have power poles that are destroyed or worse, bare wire with electrical tape. The roads are narrow and pothole laden, and the water can range from normal to green slime coming from the water tap. The majority of the guests are monthly renters who have turned this place into a worse than trailer park situation. Avoid at all costs. - cjcoombs
Jun 2015 - $25.00
This is the most horrible park we have ever stayed at. We were wishing that we had just parked in a truck stop for the night. the site was horrible uneven We could not even put our slides out because we could not put down jacks as it was so uneven. They have only 30amp service . Tthis place has some potential but it needs a lot of work to get up to what people want in a RV park . - indian
Aug 2013 - $30.00
This place was beautiful on a lake with water side camp sites. It would be a solid 10 if they would install AC in the restrooms. Paved streets, paved sites, very clean. When it is 95 degrees outside, it is over 100 degrees in the restrooms. Just cool them down and this is a great park. I will be back. - aliner man
Oct 2018 - $50.00
There appear to be nice sites here. Made reservation about 2:30 p.m. got the "last drive through site" - #26. (We pull a 35' 5th wheel). It's a miserable site where the RV steps open right up onto an internal road. WiFi weak and variable. The lady who manned the shop was very nice and helpful, so that wasn't any problem. For $50 a night - after Good Sam discount and a $1 discount after I noted the truly questionable site. it's truly the least value place we've been (Central Oregon to Marietta). If this site is the only on offer, skip it. - William Bolitho
Aug 2018 - $55.00
By far the worst experience of our whole trip, 2-night stay. One (1) single shower and rest room functional for 51 sites, muddy water, and when we left the site for a few hours the manager had given it to someone else. - AlfNew
Mar 2018 - $45.00
Definitely a mixed bag. Mostly long term, working folks with a few transient spots. Nice clean new showers and laundry. Sites are a little tight and there is a surplus of mud when it rains. But is is very peaceful and quiet at night (except for train whistles in the distance). Tucked into a residential area with narrow but navigable streets to get in and out. Call for reservations - don't bother with the web site form, it won't be answered. Friendly staff though when you call. Quite expensive for what you get but supply is quite limit near Atlanta. We stayed 3 nights. - MNroadie
Nov 2018 - $38.00
Excellent Wifi, very good over the air TV. Sites fairly tight but well maintained with patio & picnic table. Staff very nice. - Mainiac
Oct 2018 - $36.00
This was a one night stop for us heading south to Florida. It offers easy access from I-75. The road into the park is easy to navigate. The roads in the park are narrow, sites are very close together, yet we had no issues navigating our 36 foot Motorhome with car in tow. Check in was fast and friendly with an escort to our site. Our site A7 was a pull through, hard packed gravel, level, utilities conveniently located. We would stay here again. - William T
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Personally, I wouldn’t call Atlanta South either a Resort or a Campground. It is a crowded RV Park.
1. Staff is very friendly & hospitable and quick to address concerns
2. Amazingly quiet to be so crowded & so close to the freeway
3. Sites are clean & free of litter
4. Very convenient to airport area, and not a bad drive to see a baseball game
5. Easy access to/from I-75
6. The dog-walk area is natural grass. It is clean and well-maintained. Bags & a trash receptacle are provided in the dog-walk area
1. Sites are very narrow, with only enough width for the trailer and a picnic table + walking space between. The utility hookups were within inches of our neighbors picnic table & front door of his RV!
2. Though some sites had grass fringes (and that grass was very nicely maintained), our site was 100% uneven gravel. Leveling the RV was a challenge, as I had a hard time finding a spot level enough to put the blocks!
3. An eye to maintaining the sites between guests would be beneficial. The water hookup on our site was missing the handle to turn it on; we used pliers. We had no fire ring, though we didn’t need one & not sure I’d want to start a fire so near our rig
4. The WiFi password we received was not correct/did not work
We were in Atlanta for an event, so we just wanted a place to park, cook, and sleep. Atlanta South was fine for our needs, and we would stay again if we had those same needs in the future, or for a single night passing thru. We were not actually here very many hours in a day. Most of the rigs are long-term residents, working in the area. But Atlanta South, while adequate, is not a relaxing spot to enjoy nature, or vacation destination IMHO. - Ricflo
Oct 2015 - $1.00
ADMIN NOTE (February 2017): It has been reported that this park is now only open to event participants.
NOTE (October 2015): THE RENOVATIONS PLANNED FOR THE SUMMER OF 2015 DID NOT OCCUR, BUT ARE NOW UNDERWAY. THIS PARK WILL NOT BE OPEN AGAIN UNTIL EARLY 2016. - ramblin' vagabonds
Dec 2014 - $15.00
April 9, 2015 ADMIN NOTE: The manager of this park has reported to us that the facility (Jim R. Miller Park) is undergoing MAJOR renovations and will not have RV Sites available until AFTER SEPTEMBER 2015.
We were at this park for 16 nights. The rate is $15.00 per night for 1 night or 16- very reasonable. The staff is very helpful. It's one of the Georgia State Fairgrounds, but the campground is separate from the Fairgrounds. It can be quite busy with many police related facilities in the area. There is a police shooting range nearby that can be heard at times. The fairgrounds is also used for many police and ambulance related practices and training. In most cases you would never know it's going on. - dthurk
Aug 2014 - $15.00
Giving this an extra point for being so affordable. One set of restrooms was locked and leaking water under the door. The other wasn't very clean and the trash hadn't been emptied in awhile. Not much to do, BUT it's quiet (if there are no events), pleasant, spacious and HUs work well. Only 1/2 mile to Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield National Park and as convenient to Atlanta as anything else we could find. Enter through Gate 1. Stayed several days and will definitely be back. . - TheRollingJones
Jun 2018 - $29.00
Yes, there are a lot of semi-permanent residents, however, the place is clean, well maintained and all the campers keep things neat. Very shady as well. Perfect spot for doing the zip-lines. And the zip lines are GREAT. However, you better be in reasonable shape to handle the activity level. The lodge, which is a short drive, is very nice. It has a 4 star restaurant with a wonderful gourmet menu. Very nice indeed ! Be aware, the address is for the lodge, not the campground. You should call ahead with an arrival time, and they will meet you and escort you to your site. Have fun ziping thru the woods ! - macandphyl
Jun 2011 - $29.00
This is a beautifully situated park, with lots of potential. RV park part of the property is less well staffed and cared for than the lodges and zip line tours. Sites are quiet, well situated and shaded in the full hookups part of the park, not very level, but nice and wide. Check in is a confusing process - you have to call from the gate for help, then get less than complete instructions, but from a nice, friendly guy. Trash is distant from camp sites, and no recycling at all. We are not big on zip lines, but our friends went and were impressed. The park could be very nice with a little attention to procedures and conveniences. - mavoufl
Jan 2011 - $29.00
Excellent is all I can say. We have traveled all over the US and this is a great place to stay. We got caught in the Atlanta snow storm this January and were here longer than planned. The sites are large, just not as level as they could be, that is the downside. But really no problem, just being picky. Now for the description: this is gated campground, not that it is in a unsafe location or anything, just the opposite. It is nestled in a small town called Whitesburg, GA. Not all that far off I-85 and I-20. The main attraction is the enormous zip-line/canopy tour. There were zip lines and suspension bridges all over the place. A beautiful river runs through the grounds. The lodge is great, especially during the snowstorm. We walked about a quarter to half a mile through the campground, across the bridge over the river to the lodge. There we enjoyed free coffee and tea. The views are wonderful. Highly recommend this place if you are just passing and need a place to rest for a few nights. We would have stayed the whole month, but had to get home and finish some chores. - rod767
May 2017 - $14.00
Disclaimer: I was in town for a family gathering and wanted to check out this park out so I stopped by. My first stop was the MWR office. The excellent value rating is the price. There are a lot of services available at this office, unfortunately, caring that there was an RV park on-site wasn't one of them. The young lady answered my questions but couldn't provide a map or brochure for the park. She also wouldn't take reservations either...call first before coming here! I got directions to the park and headed out. There is a sign at the entrance for new arrivals. Step 1, pick a spot. Step 2 check in at the office. Too bad there aren't any empty spots. One possible spot had somebody's car in it. Very heavy tree cover throughout. The road is narrow and trees are close. Every occupied spot had evidence of long-term occupation; semi-permanent steps, PVC poo pipes, fences and in one case a lawn! Yep, a honest-to-goodness real grass lawn! To his credit he had a sign for the "FAMCAMP spot of the month"!! I think that since this is a reserve base the rules may be different as far as long term/permanent party occupation of the FAMCAMP. I don't think we'll stop here. Good Luck! - CGRetired
Jan 2013 - $12.00
I agree with the other camper who said not to bother. We have camped at several military campgrounds and have always had a good experience. This is an exception to those other campgrounds. First we called the office number numerous times on different days and got a recording, left messages for call back and nothing. 3 hours before we arrived we called the office# and finally a woman answered and said there were 5 open sites. We arrived to find one site taped off with yellow caution tape, another site with a van parked off to the side in the woods but no vehicle on the pad. We pulled out and parked in parking area in front of the office hut and husband called base security to ask if it was OK to dry camp for the night. He was told to go to a building and check in which he did but guy in office had no idea why he was told that! Husband came back and drove back into campground to look at the site where van was parked and another camper told him the owner takes his rig out and is gone for days meaning site is not paid for but discourages someone from using it. We paid and used the site for the night. The remaining sites were occupied by long term people but not all workers. 1 retiree had been there since October so 2 week rule not in-forced. Another site had a 35' motorhome, 30' tow trailer, the truck to haul the trailer and 3 cars. Another site had a portable garage frame with tarp setup in front of the trailer. I would dry camp in a Walmart parking lot before returning here. - petpeople
Dec 2012 - $12.00
Nice park with several sites available but the bathrooms, specifically the men's was atrocious. One toilet was severely messed up and wasn't cleaned for two days! The women's was fine and I had no problem. A few sites were 50' long and nicely separated from your neighbor. Quiet and nice park. There is a little bar that is busy during the week. Our neighbor, Jeff, who is responsible in some fashion there, was extremely helpful when we were concerned about getting to the dump station in the morning - someone was parked there and he made sure they moved. The biggest issue we had was on our departure GATE 2 (which is the only RV accessible gate) is closed on the weekends, which we did not know!! Luckily for us the security spotted us heading for the exit and flagged us down to wait while he brought someone up to open up the gate for us. So it all worked out fine, but if you're planning on arriving or leaving on the weekend you should call first to find out the proper procedure. We camped here in a motorhome. - Bill & Debby's Wild Ride
Aug 2018 - $46.00
We made an overnight stop here on our way to Indiana. This park is conveniently located north of Atlanta in the Marietta/Kennesaw area. Lots of shopping/restaurants nearby. It is an older park that could use some updates - the asphalt park roads are pretty cracked and uneven in areas from the trees, and the buildings are showing their age some. I will say they have a nice, air conditioned bathroom setup with two toilet and shower combination rooms - shower suites - which are kept pretty clean. The showers have a "rainfall" shower head in an extra large, tiled shower area. The shower suites are located in the same air conditioned building as the laundromat, next to the office. Our site was slightly sloping to the front, as the whole park is situated in a hilly area. Even though the sites are rather close together, it was pretty easy to get in and out of our site. It was a good overnight stop, overall. - Maga04
May 2018 - $54.00
Parked our 5th here for overflow family visiting from out of town. According to them everything was fine and they had no issues of any kind. Was assigned Site 11 ( back in) which was mostly level. No issues with any hook ups. Couple of RV parked in there that looked abandon, at a minimum they need to be washed once a year. Overall appearance was O.K. but I think with some minor refurbish this would be an excellent place. Staff was very friendly. - Joelbjr
Apr 2018 - $42.00
This is a very small back in park in the woods. Most spots are long term TT and fifth wheels. Ok for a quick overnight. Not much walking area for dogs. No fenced in dog park. - KMK
Mar 2018 - $20.00
The campground is quaint. It isn't a resort, but it is a very peaceful quite lovely place to stay. It can handle pretty good sized rigs, but if you are over 35' and don't know how to navigate your rig, you will not like it here. The turns are tight, but passable. The road is very narrow. The gaps and spaces to get into are very tight, but doable. I put our 40' rig into a spot without any issues, but it was tight. Once in and settled, the park is fun to walk around and very quiet at night. - JazerNorth
Nov 2017 - $20.00
Nice spot for a short getaway although there were no sewer hookups and the sites were very close together (hence the seven star review). The staff and campground host were excellent to work with. Our daughter enjoyed the walking trail by the pasture which had goats, chickens, and bunnies. We wouldn't have a problem staying here again. - Lugtu Family
Jul 2016 - $20.00
Was a very nice place to stay. Back off the main highway so was very quiet.Owner was very nice. Road leading back to campgrounds after gate really needs work. Very bad in places. - randall conrad