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2 RV Parks near Blackshear, Georgia
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Blackshear. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Blackshear in the left hand column.
Jan 2019 - $30.00
Park has large spots with water and electric. Clean restrooms, showers, and laundry. Big rig friendly in some spots with shaded spots, paved road, and level spots. Cell coverage was decent. Over the air TV is limited and people with satellite were having problems due to the tree coverage. Several lake side spots with beautiful views. On site dump facilities. Park has lots of walking trails with boat ramp access. Very well maintained park. - Chuck and Katie
Apr 2018 - $30.00
We stayed for 3 nights from April 17 to April 20, 2018. The weather was awesome with clear skies and a persistent NW wind that kept things wonderful. The views from our site included the entire lake and not much else - it was perfect. The park is small and some of the turns are a bit tight but we made it around without issue (Outback 328rl). There are lots of hiking trails and kayaks are available for rental. The entire park is large and has an excellent area to hold something like a church youth mission trip in an area that has multiple cabins, a cook house, and even a place for church services. There are two bathrooms in the camping area proper - one older and one newer. The newer one is very nice. The older one is older but it has hot water, it is clean and the toilets work!! Hey - you are camping - who cares if the bathroom is older. There is an excellent dog park near the ranger station that has areas for both large and small dogs with plenty of fresh water and toys provided. We did a fair amount of geo-caching on some of the trails but someone before us had done an impressive job of really hiding the caches well. be prepared to really look and bring a poking stick!! We will come back. - Sam Thurmond
Mar 2018 - $24.00
Very nice park, yet we chose a bad spot in opinion. Narrow back in spot, no view, treed so no satellite. If I was to stay again it would be on the lake, everything is open and the view is great! Other than that is a good park. Over the air TV is marginal, no wifi. Very clean and neat.. Booked for three days but stayed for one day only...Reason just didn't like my site. Was full so no moving.... - Caseysplace
Mar 2016 - $42.00
We saw a website that advertised $12 per night and up. Got there at midnight and found one site available. Went to pay the next morning to find it cost $42 without discount. Also way out of the way; had to go through miles of neighborhoods to reach it and the park had maybe 20 RV camp spots, mostly mobile trailer park. Could have stayed at a decent motel for $45 in Hinesville. Management has a bad temper; when I tried to explain about the website price he got mad and cussed me out. They need to post prices on the RV lot price at entrance. I would have left and gone to a motel instead. Also all sites you have to back in. Our gravel and open site had very close spacing and included a picnic table. Not worth the money and distance to drive. - Michael71
Mar 2009 - $13.00
The campground itself was good. It is a no frills campground in the middle of nowhere. The people were nice and a good price on Passport America. We found the bathrooms to be uncleaned and would not take a shower there. Very dog friendly. - NHCOUPLE
Apr 2008 - $12.00
The rate quoted is Passport America with the $2 electric charge. This campground is a little out of the way and is divided by a road. There are a lot of permanent type rigs in the older section and the road is a little "dippy" getting up the hill into the newer section. In the older area there were some bothersome dogs. A no-frills park but we would stay again if in the area. - BigRigTravelerUSA