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Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $10.00
It was Labor Day weekend, and we had no reservations. After checking 10 county parks, we tried Ochee Yahola and found all 4 sites available! We spent a delightful afternoon/evening here. A large, grassy area with tall mature oak trees forms the camping area - mostly level. There are two electrical pillars each with two 20-amp services. This allowed 4 places to park an RV (no pads, no gravel, just grass). Voltage was low but enough to run a single air conditioner at 110v. Best thing about this campground is the quiet. So very peaceful. There is a large mowed soccer field with assorted playground equipment - but none of it was in use while we were there. There are good trails for hiking. I had both Verizon 3G and AT&T cellular services while in the park. Park was patrolled twice by a drive-through-ranger while we were there. Self-registration system at the entrance. In the distance a train could be heard late at night but not at all objectionable. Also, the park is open for bow hunting, but we didn't see anyone while we were there. We camped at Ochee Yahola County Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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