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3 RV Parks near Arlington, Georgia
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Arlington. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Arlington in the left hand column.
Mar 2019 - $30.00
Small, lovely park, in South Georgia. One loop, with one half of sites (including our) right on a small lake. Bathroom facilities are adequate; One set of laundry machines, outside. Well-kept playground located in campground. Swimming beach (with playground and other facilities) located a short walk from the campground. Boat rentals also available. Roads easily navigable around campground. Our site was pretty level, but shorter than I expected, but we made it fit. There is quite a bit of storm damage from Hurricane Florence in the park (and in SW Georgia in general) so two of the trails, several picnic shelters, and some playgrounds were closed when we visited. The Mounds themselves are well worth a walk (especially to the top of Mound D) and the museum is interesting, although a bit expensive in my opinion for what's there. - Milesdowntheroad
Jul 2018 - $32.00
Great small Campground on the lake with most sites having lots of shade. Check-in is at the Main Office (museum) about a mile from the Campground. Some Lake Sites are Buddy Sites but not noted online. Could be awkward because they are close! Super clean bathroom and brand new laundry machines. It seemed like a Ranger drove through every hour and were always polite. Super clean campground. Lots to do here or Venture Out to Blakely. Great little beach, putt putt, trails and a lot of large Pavilions for family reunion, etc. There is a short pass thru the woods to the beach from the Campground. We rented a 4 person paddle boat for $10/hour (4 hours = $25), life vests included. We had Site 14 and it was 70' long! Our back window had a slight view of the lake. We thought being in the "turn" would be bad but it truly wasn't because the Campground is small. Absolutely NO Cell Service (AT&T). We drove to the Check-In to get 4G. - Kitcatsz
Jul 2018 - $24.00
Easy to navigate. Most sites on water or with water view. Great path to beach area. Beach could of been kept cleaner, trash littered along the water and the sand. Great history of park and walkable trails to see the mounds. Museum was a must see, rangers knowledgeable and helpful. No sewer but dump site was extremely easy and convenient. Canoes, Kayaks and paddle boats were available to rent through the visitor center. - trvlgminis
Nov 2006 - $15.00
This is a city park, located just west of town on US27, do not turn on West St, that is the office address, just drive another 1/4 mile and its next to the Subway's. They have 7 full hook up paved sites and 3 pull thoughts at $15 per night and they also have about seven paved boon docking sites at $10 per night. There are no restrooms or showers. Walking or biking distance to the town square and restaurants. We will stay here again when in the area. 6 years of full timing. - wandering palms
Jun 2005 - $15.00
148 West Street (US-27/SR-1) just west of downtown. Very new RV park connected to the city park. Easy access paved interior roads and sites. Self-pay honor system. Famous "Swamp Gravy" theater located east of downtown. - eaglessoc
Apr 2018 - $17.00
A nice campground located in the country. They have a small lake that is Emerald in color. The owner was very accommodating and led us to our spot. I appreciated that she moved us to a spot away from an upcoming party that night. She offered suggestions of things we could do in town. - rolling homeless
Jan 2017 - $17.00
Very difficult park to rate. The owners we met were wonderful, and could not have been more helpful or pleasant. The campground was in no way a resort. Out of the way? Absolutely. The sites were not state-park spacious, but big enough for awnings and slides. We came right after major rainfall and went into a second site after the first was too muddy for our 'big foot' to work, even after placing wood beneath the extensions. Why we weren't given the second site in the beginning is still a mystery to me. The place was not crowded. Locals seemed to gather at the park after dark, friends of the owners, and we all shared a large campfire. Enjoyable.
It's a simple place, nothing fancy (the bath house is a travel trailer at the end of the CG) and good for an overnight stop. Very laid back and comfortable because of the people, but should never be confused with a camping resort. Sites were dirt (mud due to rain) with all hook ups reasonably placed. Some sites were more level than others, but none seemed to present a problem. No patios, and our site didn't have a picnic table. We used our satellite TV with no problem. There is a restaurant owned by the CG owners on site, but it wasn't open. If we were hungry, however, he told us he would open it up! This place is, honestly, near very little of interest - Colquitt could be 'toured' in an hour, and that's about it. Would we stay here again? Maybe if we were in the area, but would not go out of our way. Very nice people, but we have been in many CGs with nicer facilities. The Passport America price, however, made it's cost very legit. Not really worth what the normal price would be. Have no idea at all why some of the ratings are so high - unless those posting have had very limited camping experiences at other CGs! Again, cannot say enough about the owners, but that alone does not rate above average for us. - pamhyatt1
Oct 2016 - $30.00
This is a very nice park and we enjoyed our stay while in the area to attend a production of Swamp Gravy at Cotton Hall in Colquitt, GA. The website said Complimentary WiFi of which did not work. That is an amenity that I look for when choosing an RV park. Even without WiFi I would stay at this park again. The owner was very nice and helpful and we were assigned a very nice lot on the lake. - frontrunner