3 RV Parks near Vidalia, Georgia
Nov 2016 - $18.00
This is a no frills city park, with spacious pull through sites.
I was a bit worried about showing up without a reservation in November, but the park was mostly empty.
Pretty quiet, but some train noise in the evening (but it didn't wake us up at night).
3 bars of Verizon LTE (fast enough to stream).
We'll definitely stay here again if we pass through this part of GA. - Robert Lee
Nov 2016 - $18.00
This is a place to stay with full hook ups, 50Amp outlet only. This a no frills Park.
Sites are all pull thru, lots of tree, level packed gravel. - canyon453
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Can't rate the service because there isn't any. That being said, this is a well maintained self service park. Sites are huge and level. The electric is all 50 amp ...if we had paid attention to website we would have known that. Fortunately there is a walmart less than a mile down the road that sells adapters. Peaceful, close to town. Antenna picked up good tv. Would definitely stay here again if ever there was a reason to go back to Vidalia. - drewcher
Jan 2017 - $14.00
I stumbled upon this Georgia State Park just outside Reidsville. It's something of a quirky place, only 29 campsites, a real family recreation/picnic grounds with a miniature golf feature and an 18 hole golf course adjacent to the campground. It's a clean, quiet campground on a small pond. The host was affable, helpful and kept the grounds (i.e. bathrooms) clean. This would have been a full 5 star rating had there been a working washing machine! The low rate was a special 50% off discount they were running during January. - RonMill
Jun 2016 - $28.00
This park is quiet, clean and has so much for children to do, the splash pad was wonderful for our grand children, there are 2 really nice playgrounds and even a workout station, we have never seen anything like that in any of the other parks. We all enjoyed the putt putt golf and fishing in the lake. We will camp here again. - thejones357
Oct 2014 - $25.00
We love everything about this park. Peace, quiet, clean, well kept. Current camp host (she was here last year also) is a little nuts, but the managing ranger set her straight. This is our second year spending a week in October here and we plan to return next year. - Joyce and Gene Whitley
Jul 2017 - $13.00
We had a very nice relaxing stay in this shaded campground provided by scrub pines. What was extra special was we had grass, freshly mowed for our dogs to enjoy. There was a patio of sorts made with fine gravel, that the picnic table and fire pit sat on, in addition to the grass. This site was very secluded, with the angle it's on, so if there had been a full campground you'd have not any worries about privacy. Our stay was during the week so the campground was nearly empty. They have a nice museum to explore, and a river close by, but not viewable from any of the camp sites. The reason for our stay was to escape the heat of Florida and wasn't planned, we were on our way north and decided to stop for a few days to check the area out. There isn't much to do for kids, there's a small playground, but not much else. The camp host are awesome people, very helpful with directions and what ever your needs are like delivering ice, or firewood should you need it. We ended up staying for 3 days, exploring the area and visiting some unique shops in the area. If your ever stay here at the Towns Bluff, you have to visit the Blueberry Barn. If you like blueberries, you'll love this place, everything Blueberries !! All in all we liked this campground, clean, bathrooms and showers are well kept, laundry didn't rip you off, it was $1 to wash, 35mins and $1 to dry, 45 mins ! There is only 1 washer and 1 dryer, which could be a small problem if everyone was doing laundry at the same time. The dump station is at the entrance, clean as a dump station can be. - Bellabad
May 2017 - $23.00
We stayed overnight in a back-in site with our 40' fifth wheel. There were a number of half-moon shaped pull-thru's available but we opted for the back-in site for our size unit. The camp host was friendly and accommodating to our switching sites from a pull-thru to a back-in. We would definitely stay there again, it looked like a very nice park. - FunTimes123
Oct 2016 - $25.00
On the Altamaha River and the Bullard Creek Wildlife Management Area, the Heritage Center has a small wildlife museum representing native animals and culture of the area. The Altamaha River, designated by the Nature Conservancy as one of the 75 "Last Great Places in the World," has a boat launch right behind the Heritage Center for those campers who bring along their fishing pole. Quiet and tranquil, campers will love the peaceful nature and spacious campsites. Those who prefer to use a tent, a full service bath house with showers is available in the center of the campground. Picnic tables and fire rings are available at every reasonably priced site. A dump station and 50 amp power is available for larger RV's. - JoAnns Food Bites