A 44 campground site, that is part of a huge county park with all sorts of activities from golf, to biking and hiking trails. Located about 12 miles s/west of Old Salem just off I-40. Sites 38-44 are flat and big rig friendly. All the sites and roads are paved and very well maintained. Antenna TV reception is excellent. There is a 14 day stay limit. Reservations are recommended. We would stay here again.
This park is well maintained and convenient to I-75 located about 25 miles North of Macon. There are a lot of outdoor activities. The 50 Amp big rig pull thru sites are in loop D and partially shaded. TV reception with an antenna is poor. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly. The rangers and camp hosts enforce the rules with diplomacy. This is a great park to spend a day or two relaxing and enjoying the multiple activities the park has to offer. Senior citizen and military discounts are offered.
We stayed here for a club rally with 11 motorhomes. We asked to be put together, however that did not happen. The water and electric hookups can be over 50 feet on many of the sites. Our sites were open with no shade, flat and level with adequate slide out room. The sites are close together. The park has a lot of nice features and caters to folks who come to Florida for the Winter months. We were given a group rate which is much lower than the normal rate. There are excellent shopping and other activities in the local area.
The campground is very nice with three areas, one designated for campers with pets. The sites are mostly heavily shaded. The roads are dirt and narrow for a big rig. There is a caution sign about overhanging low limbs. We noticed that many of the trees by the road's edge were scarred from being bumped into. Some of the sites are a challenge for a 40'+ motorhome to get in and out of. The park itself is beautiful and well maintained. The beaches including a dedicated "dog beach" are just the best. There is a lot to do here and a bicycle path to the beach area about 1 mile away. The access is via toll roads only, but worth the expense. The restrooms are old, but tidy and clean. They are not heated nor air conditioned.
This park has a small camping circle with a 2 mile well maintained access road. The sites are partially to fully shaded with hard packed sand. Some of the big rig sites are narrow in that slide-outs and awnings are a challenge to put out. Our site needed tree limbs cut back to provide better access. The restrooms are clean and well maintained. There is not much to do here. There is canoe access to the river and fishing with a FL. license. The park staff is knowledgeable and friendly. There is a lot of wildlife in the park. We were warned to be watchful of snakes, some not so friendly.
This park is Northwest of Gainesville, FL about 12 miles west of I-75. The park itself is beautiful with nature/hiking trails. The road to the park is paved. The road to the campground and in the campground is sand. It gets muddy after a rainstorm. The sites are small and the access is limited if you are over 36'. The sites are in the forest, well shaded and wildlife is most everywhere. We had several deer stop by for a visit. This is not a big rig friendly park. The restrooms are clean and tidy. A Ranger stated that the campground is on the list to be renovated. There is a bicycle trail adjacent to the park.
This park is located 384' above sea level - the highest point in Florida. The roads are paved and very hilly. There are several sites that are big rig friendly with 50 AMP. The sites are "just wide enough" and are mostly very heavily shaded. It is very quiet with a lot of nature and animals around you. The restrooms/showers are well maintained and clean. There are several educational programs available provided by a very knowledgeable Ranger staff. There is hiking, fishing and swimming. A great place for a weekend with nature and relaxation. Stayed here 2 relaxing days.
A very nice park with paved roads and hard packed sand/stone sites. The sites are full hookup, freshly renovated and a little tight for a big rig. There is a lot of History at this park including a 200+ year old cemetery that must be hiked to. The sites are mostly full shade. The restrooms are new and are clean and tidy. The Park Ranger staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. This is a great place to relax and get to know your neighbor. T V reception is poor. There is not much to do in the local area.
A nicely maintained park with a lot of extras. Large pull through sites with no shade for over night stays while traveling. The park staff was very friendly and most helpful. For some reason(s) your GPS will not get you to this park. It will, if you put in the long & lat coordinates. It is located about 5 easy miles from I-75 & I-10. The restrooms are very clean and are heated and air conditioned. Access is to campers only via entry code.
This is a small State Park just north of Leesburg, FL and a very quiet park to spend a night or two while you are visiting the area. The sites are a little narrow with hard packed dirt/sand roads. Some of the turns are a little tight with a 40 foot motorhome. There are only a few big rig sites with 50 AMP electric. The restrooms and showers are clean and tidy. There is not much to do except relax. There is boat access to Lake Griffin and a fishing pier. The Leesburg, FL area has several attractions and old Florida towns to visit. The park is packed in April during the Leesburg Bike Fest that draws 100,000+ bikers.
Wow! This park is totally suburb. Complete renovations were completed several months ago. The complete hookup sites are big rig friendly, long and wide. The sites are partially shaded to fully shaded. The roads are paved and the sites very level crushed stone. The bath houses are new, heated and air conditioned. Maintenance is exceptional. The beach is just beautiful and at sunrise and sunset is nothing short of spectacular. There are 20+ miles of paved bicycle trails and multiple local attractions and villages with excellent shopping. We stayed here several days and were sad to leave. This is one of Florida's very best State Parks.
This is one of Florida's older parks and is in need of complete repair/renovation. The 2 1/2 mile paved road to the camping area is full of potholes and needs replacement. The camp sites are small and not very wide. Big rigs are a tight squeeze. There are a limited number of 50 AMP sites. The sites are partially shaded. We could not get into our assigned site. We found the campground maintenance to be poor. This is a park used by the locals as a "fish camp". We cut our planned visit short and left after one night. The park ranger said the park is on the list for complete renovations.
This is a very nice park about 15 miles NE of I-4 & I-75 in the Tampa area. There are a lot of activities available. The very huge swimming pool closes about Oct 15th and re-opens about May 01. All types of camping are supported with many big rig sites having 50AMP and water. The sites are partially or mostly shaded and are wide enough to support slide-outs and awnings. This is one of Florida's first parks and is of historical significance because of the Seminole Indian Wars of the mid 1800's. There are 3 camping areas, all well cared for. The roads are paved. The sites are level and of crushed stone and hard packed sand. Sr. Fl. residents pay 50% of fees.
We spent 2 nights here in October. There are a limited number of big rig sites with 50 AMP and water. All the sites are fully shaded. We observed a lot of wildlife. The park is named for the Torreya tree that is very rare and only found in the local area. There is a manor house/museum with daily tours. The views are great. This park is off the beaten path, but is well worth a 2 night stay. The restrooms and showers are very clean. We would stay here again for a getaway with nature.
The park is 10 miles west of Cordele off I-75. There is a large display of war machinery and aircraft as well as a museum and gift shop. The sites are large, many lakefront. The campground area is gate guarded, neat and clean. Most of the sites are shaded with mature trees. There is a R.C. model airport for use with a current AMA Card. There are boat rentals, fishing, a golf course and a nice restaurant. The park is very well maintained. There are discounts available for active/retired military and senior citizens. A great place to spend a few nights.
We have stayed here twice this year and will go back again. There are a limited number (6) of big rig pull thru sites with 50 AMP electric. All the sites are partially or fully wooded. The roads are paved and the sites are crushed stone and very level. There is a lot to do here with an excellent store and several craft houses. There is a museum devoted to Stephen Foster and an excellent bell tower. The park has numerous well attended activities throughout the year. We find there is always something new. We spent 3 beautiful days here in the Fall.
Most of the sites are partially or heavily wooded. There are a limited number of full hookups with 50 AMP electric. The sites are narrow (12-13'). There are several sites that will handle a 40' motorhome. The park is nothing short of beautiful in the Fall. There is a great deal of wildlife. Spent a week here at the height of leaf season and did not get bored. Lots of hiking/nature trails. There are multiple area attractions including Anna Ruby Falls (Federal Park). This is the place for a week of getting in tune with nature in the Northeast GA mountains. Elevation is about 1850' above sea level. Great roads and easy access.
The campground was renovated 1 1/2 years ago. There are excellent paved roads and the sites are large and flat with crushed stone. Full hookups with 20/30/50 AMP electric, water and sewer. There are multiple paved handicap sites. Bath houses are new and very clean. Some sites are open, some with partial shade and some with full shade. More than 1/2 are big rig friendly. The Fl. Resident SR. rate is 50% off the regular rate. There is plenty to do. The campground is about 5 miles from the Park's main entrance. There is a very nice store, recreation hall and playground.