8 Parks near Valdosta, Georgia
Nov 2016 - $30.00
We just stayed here for one night while attending a conference in Valdosta. We chose this site because it was the closest to the city. But we were pleasantly surprised. The sites are easy to get in/out of, somewhat close but not bad, level and paved. More shaded than I expected. And because there is a 3 story motel building between the park and the expressway you don't hear the traffic. Of course we did hear the trash truck pickup the motel dumpster at about 6am :-(. But that wasn't the campground's fault.
For an overnight stop on the way to/from Florida this would be perfect.
We found the owner to be very friendly once we got there. She can be a little "blunt" and direct on the phone but don't be put off by that. I think she's just one of those folks who deal with the public so long that they get where they don't take * off anyone. If you're nice to her - she's nice to you. - Buddy Ray
Oct 2016 - $30.00
This park became our refuge (along with several others) from Hurricane Matthew. It has paved pull-thru sites and numerous amenities for travelers and their canine companions. The owner is the third generation of family operating this park and they take great pride in providing great customer service.
Site was paved, but had a bit of a slope. Nothing we could not handle.
Location is off I-75 at exit 18. We will definitely stay there in the future. - Dunwoodyradio
Oct 2016 - $31.00
This park was a life saver. We made reservations (for 2 motorhomes) at a park in Hahira at 9 in the morning and when we arrived at 5 pm, they said "someone" had called and cancelled so they gave our sites to others. Fortunately, I called River Park, less than 15 miles away, and she said she could accommodate us. She said she had sites for 2 for us but the sites weren't quite as level as she would normally give us. We were very pleased with the nicely shaded sites. Yes, they were not as level as we needed but for one night, we were okay. Sites were paved and long enough not to unhitch the toad. It was very quiet: we never heard interstate noise. We would definitely choose this park over the one in Hahira again. It was a pleasant respite from the interstate, just far enough away not to bother you but very convenient also. - User1828
Jul 2016 - $15.00
$435.00 for a month. Staying here for at least one month. It's called Valdosta Oaks, but there are hardly any trees around the sites. Great for satellite reception, but not for shade at all. Camping in July/August is HOT, even with the a/c working its hardest!
The campground hosts are terrific! They are very friendly, and accommodating to our needs.
They only have one washer and one dryer, so planning small, frequent loads is easier than waiting until you have a lot.
This is really kind of a "bare bones" campground, no pool, no extra amenities, but it suited our needs to live here while looking for a house. - lynchmob561
Jul 2014 - $36.00
This RV park was awful. The sites are unlevel, the water smells horrible, and there is absolutely no shade (their website makes a point of mentioning their shady spots but there are none). The office couple was nice enough but not very helpful with the water issue though we complained on numerous occasions. The bathrooms were disgusting, dirty, and smelled just awful. The WiFi is really the only thing this place has going for it. - Rvlife2014
Apr 2014 - $29.00
We stayed just one night as a stopover point. Sites are not level, sewer hookups were really far away from our connections. Road noise was really loud. This campground has no facilities for shower or restrooms also does not have any trash receptacles, you are directed to carry trash to a nearby motel. We will never stay there again. - Wizard
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Small, quiet, and a great value for full hookup pull through. Lots of open space and pond with ducks and geese. We stayed to avoid Matthew and the manager gave us extra nights even though there was a huge demand for sites from coastal units moving inland. - rdb1
May 2016 - $20.00
Good value. Over-the-air TV reception was good, but limited. Verizon cell and broadband both very good. We had a pull-through site behind the office and did not have any issues. We only used the 50 amp hookup, but everything was where it belonged. Very quiet, minor train noise and no highway noise. A nice easy drive off of I-75, a great stopover place for I-75 travelers. We did not use the WiFi as we did not get the code. - Bob and Inga
Apr 2016 - $20.00
My length is always an issue with a 40' Class A towing an 18' enclosed trailer. My preference is to keep the trailer attached by using a pull thru site. Out site is 100'. It was not perfectly level, but I was able to park on site at an almost level position with plenty of room for my trailer and my second vehicle parked in front and still have easy access to FHU connections. Plenty of length and side space between sites. Our site, #11, is next to the pond. Easy access to park and site. The staff are very friendly. Willing to accommodate your needs. They accept mail, so had my bulk mail forwarded to me here. The park is off the I-75, so no road noise. You do, however, have to endure the train cruising by since the park is bordered on the south by the tracks. It is not enough to deter me from returning. The park is small, quiet (other than train) and spacious. I most certainly would stay here again! - kihei7
Dec 2016 - $1.00
Apparently no one in the store knew how to charge me for one night, so they let me stay for free. Well, you get what you pay for. Zero wifi, short pull thru sites, no cable though the connections are there. Wooden picnic table came apart in my hands when I moved it. Another RVer told me the laundromat had 1 washer and 4 dryers. Really? Lots of road noise, even inside the RV, made it hard to sleep. Sewer connection was half broken. Site next to mine looked like it had a water pipe break. Only one dumpster and it was on the far side of the park. Will not stay here again. - TH travelers
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Spent the night here on the way home to FL after a two week trip. It was inexpensive, but very neat and clean. We will definitely stay here again when coming back home from extended trips. It leaves us a relatively short four hour run to home in Palm Coast in the morning vs. getting in after dark. CW staff was friendly and helpful. Sites are fairly level. We chose a site in the trees on the other side of the lake. - bfisher003
Jul 2016 - $21.00
This is a very convenient and well developed campground at the GA/ FL border on I-75. We've stayed here before and will do so again. Other than no cable it meets all our needs . At $21 you can't beat the price for a campground of this quality.
The sites nearest to the CW store are pull through but a bit too short. Use the rear area south of the pond for longer rigs. - americanrascal
Oct 2016 - $28.00
This park is located alongside I-75 so good news, bad news. It is super convenient to the Interstate but you will get traffic noise since the "overnight" sites are located closest to the highway. The driveways are sort of rough and dusty gravel with gravel site pads. Seems like all sites are pull through. There was free WiFi which worked fairly well and cable TV. Bathrooms were average, reasonably clean. The owners are super nice. We had a full hook up site with 50 amp electric for $28 per night with Good Sam discount. - Coopsecondact
Jun 2016 - $28.00
This is a great overnight stop. Good Sam rate. Guided to your site. Very basic...no pool, playground, dog run, etc. W/E/S with 50 Amp. Cable TV. Very easy on and off highway. Seem to be all Pull Thru in old Pecan orchard. Highway noise wasn't too bad. Perfect for just an overnight. - SerenityRVing
Jun 2016 - $28.00
This is a fancy park but it is a great park for an overnight stop. Easy on and off of I-75, long level grass/gravel sites. Cable TV and good Wi-fi and very friendly and helpful owners. We will definitely stop here again. - hobodandee
Nov 2016 - $34.00
Used this park as an overnight stop on our way to Florida. Easy access from I75 however there is some road noise inside the park but not enough to disturb you at night. Restrooms and showers are clean. Although we did not use it the pool area was nice. Office staff was friendly and check in was quick and easy. Sites are shaded by large oak trees. We would camp here again if in the area. - 21fbrs
May 2016 - $32.00
Simple park on the east side of I75 and just south of the freeway exit that includes abundant shopping for food/restaurants. Regardless of the location, which is just off a frontage road, it was relatively quiet with no problems encountered within the park. Dump connection is relatively far away from the water/electric supply and required backing up to connect before we left. Otherwise, power/water were good. I tried the bathrooms and found them clean with a homey decorated office to check in / out. Staff was friendly and walked me to the site location that was available (pull through) directly behind the office and was fine for a 40 foot motorhome and toad. I would return for another night, as the location is not really a destination area, but is perfect for an in route stop. Gravel sites with a picnic table provided. - wolffden
May 2016 - $35.00
This is a well maintained family oriented RV Resort, staff were friendly and helpful at check in. Interior roads are paved and big rig access is fair. Our cement pad was a long and level pull through, but not very wide. It was fairly spacious around the RV, with sand and grass between sites, and a picnic table. Not a lot of privacy but there was space for our towed, so we did not have to unhook for the one night we were staying. The lovely mature oaks were great for shade, but we did notice a lot of road noise from the interstate. Bathrooms were spotless and the laundry clean and well equipped. There was a small swimming pool and playground for the kids. Very pet friendly with a dog walk and disposal station for doggie bags. WiFi was excellent and there is night security, which was very reassuring. There are plenty of restaurants and food stores close by. We would stay here again, it was fine as a one night stop over and easy access on and off the interstate. - tobyjug
Nov 2016 - $25.00
Over night stop over but I did a walk around in the morning an do found the park to be clean and spacious. There was an activity room with sat. tv and games. - slick60
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We stayed at Grassy Pond Rec area August 5th through the 8th 2016. Very nice area but typical military. They cut grass at 0700 on Sat morning but when they got done it looked very nice. We had pull through space and it was very nice with picnic table and grill. Power was 50/30/20 amp. Water and sewer hook up well placed on site. In the RV area there are two shower areas and central one has rec room. Unfortunately rec. room has no A/C which would be ok if you could open windows but you could not. I am sure in the fall it's a great playroom. Kids pool had been refurbished and was clean and well maintained. Took my 5 YO grandson and he had a blast They also had plenty of things to do with boats, paddle boats and the like. Main office on lake has A/C and pool tables there were great. Bugs were bad but didn't really bother you except early morning and at dusk We sat outside with candle and played cards with no problems. I would stay again for sure. - BILL AND BRENDA
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This was our first visit to Grassy Pond and will definitely be our last. The park is poorly maintained. The grass is overgrown and shin-deep, mosquitoes will carry you off, and the splash pool is dirty and in bad repair. There is a large metal plate over the drain (directly under the mushroom where children want to play) with very big, sharp screws sticking up out of it. Not at all safe for children! The water was dirty, dead bugs and a very strong chlorine smell. The finish is chipping off the concrete as well as the pool surface and dead grass is all in the fence around the pool area. The chairs are broken and there is no shade. The playground has asphalt milling as ground cover and is hot, smelly, and sticky. Not kid friendly. There is a small play area in the shade with sand but mosquitoes there as well, spiders on the equipment and ants in the sand. The equipment itself is old, faded and dirty. My 5 year old called it "yucky" and wanted to leave. The campsites themselves are large and have 30 & 50 amp service. There is a grill and picnic table on each site but again the grass and mosquitoes are a problem. The water is sulfur and stinks.....literally, it smells like rotten eggs! It's OK for showers or washing dishes since soap covers the smell, but I definitely wouldn't drink it. I saw in a review somewhere that "homesteaders" had been moved out. Not true; multiple sites with what appeared to be permanent housekeeping. Several sites had campers with no occupants, just locked up and sitting there. We are season pass holders at Wild Adventures and will find somewhere else to camp when we go up for a couple days, this is not worth it even at the $25/night rate. It's really sad because with some attention it could be a great place for families. - Florida Mom
Nov 2016 - $31.00
Easy access to and from I-75. Good nighttime lighting. Not big rig friendly. Narrow asphalt interior roads and campsites. Our 43' motorhome towing truck could not manuver without spotters all around and the removal of a light post. All the hookups are at rear of site -- out of reach when the rig was parked. - goodspinach
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We stopped for one night after battling I75 traffic. Campground is right off I75, very convenient. The office was open until 7. The clerk took one look at our 40' 5th wheel and Freightliner hauler and rerouted our drive to our site along the exit roads. Worked very well. We were able to avoid some low hanging trees that needed trimming. Streets and sites paved, concrete pad for picnic table, grass between sites. Water pressure, sewer, electric (with surge protector), cable, satellite (DirecTv), and Sprint cell service all worked well. We did not stay long enough to evaluate the wifi. Dog friendly. - Born2RV
Jun 2016 - $35.00
This is basically an interstate campground that we always visit on our way to South Florida. Its easy to get in and out in our 40 ft motorhome with tow vehicle. We usually arrive after 5 so the office is closed, but we drive on in to a pull-through site. There's a pretty little lake. There are quite a few long-term rentals, but well kept and not a problem. We've been there many times over the years. - PushingUS