We stayed here for a month it was 300 for 30 amp, there is propane for sale and if you need any mail you can use their address. If you have kids, it is nice to park in the front spot so you have a fire pit right there and you can send the kids to play and keep an eye on them. There is a dumpster close by if you are a freak about taking the trash out regularly. You can come in at night and pay in the morning if you happen to be really late, the guy running it is really nice. The sites are a bunch of posts in a wide open field, only a few fire pits and one picnic table. Yes, there is a prison visible from the park, found out when we heard yelling over a loudspeaker. It wasn't a big deal though. It does get swampy during rains. There is coin laundry, the pool was closed, and no restrooms. The other tenants seem to be long term. We only saw one person come and go the whole month we were there, the others were nice, although might talk your ear off if you stay around for a while. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly and helpful staff. The entry is a mobile home park. Treeless sites are in view of barbed-wire prison facility and some woods. All sites are grass or gravel. The left side of the park is prone to standing water. Be sure to set-up on the "right-hand" side. The playground is minimal. Biking is only around the campground roads. I only see a couple of sites with fire rings. It's not a bad place for an overnight stay. I would have be happier with an option to pay less for 30amp service. All sites appear to have 50amp and FHP's. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate $30.00. Passport America $15.00, CASH OR CHECK ONLY. Level grassy pull-through sites, within 100 yards of prison. Access is through the middle of a trailer park, and break out into a open field where the sites are. Stayed here two nights to visit with local friends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Passport America rate for 50amp, full hookup P/T site. Not much to this place, the RV Park is set behind a MHP. It is a neat well kept park with no trashy yards. Behind the RV Park is a detention center, high razor topped fence. We had no security issues through, overall a nice safe area. Verizon cell was fine, but the broadband was really bad, dial up speed. This park is an OK stop for a night or two, probably would allow washing if you asked. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very flat location, showers were very clean, well-lighted, and restrooms were clean as well. No shaded spots available, a pretty bare-bones location, but very convenient for the arts and crafts show where we exhibit. Park close to the old buildings to avoid some street noise. And, be prepared to drive over a curb to get to the sites, we couldn't locate any other way to access the area. No hosts, no one on site to assist you. No picnic tables, fire rings, no amenities at all, pull in next to the poles, plug in to water and electricity, and that's all there is. No numbers, no markers, no site indicators. Wal-Mart is only a few miles away. Don't miss Bruster's Ice Cream in front of Wal-Mart - excellent ice cream. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is at the Sunbelt Expo Grounds. The City of Moultrie charges $15 a night for your stay, year round. Call city hall for details. There are no restrooms available except during the Expo (Oct), and then they are very clean. During the Expo, there is a 3 night minimum for hookups, if you reserve in time, but there is lots of overflow without hookups and a separate tent area without hookups. Maule airplanes are made nearby, and the airstrips attract local "Remote Controlled" enthusiats. We have been awakened by the loudspeaker at the Expo, and the local jail is next door, but overall, it is a lot better than the Wal Mart parking lot. During the Expo, the location cannot be beaten! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.