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3 RV Parks near Buena Vista, Georgia
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Buena Vista. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Buena Vista in the left hand column.
Jan 2019 - $38.00
Nice park. Was neat as a pin while we were there. Easy on and off the highway. Good walkability. Verizon was strong and satellite hooked up fine. They have their spaces marked on the map for satellite spots. We will stay here again!! - SHIPM8
Sep 2018 - $34.00
We stayed here for two weeks while we visited our son who is posted to Fort Benning. The nightly rate given is the weekly rate of $240 divided by 7. The location of the park is fairly convenient to things we wanted to get to, our son's house in particular. The park itself is not much to speak of. Our site was a tight wedge of ground between another site and a park model and we had to be careful about opening the slides due to the oak and pine trees on either side of the site. To make things worse, to get level we had to be at an angle in an already tight site, which cut down the room all around even more. The campground is relatively quiet with the exception of the occasional train which passes by, if you are on the side of the park nearest the main road into Columbus you might notice the train more than we did. There are several old units in storage at one end of the park, and many older trailers and fifth wheels the look to have been here quite a while. This is just a place to stay. I doubt that kids will get anything but splinters and tetanus from the playground equipment, and the pool was not open while we were there. The worst thing in my mind while we were there was a mangy dog that was loose in the park, living under one of the stored units across the gravel road from us. I mentioned this dog more than once to the people in the office, and they said they were trying to catch it, but in two weeks I never saw any evidence of this. In truth, I think the little old lady in the park model next to us was feeding it and they were just letting things be. We will probably stay here again only because we cannot find anything better which is close to our son, but outside of that reason, I would pass this park by. - Travels with Charlie
Sep 2018 - $46.00
This park is nice but rather crowed and close. They have sewer, water and electricity handy. WiFi is weak unless you sit by office. Laundry is nice and cool during heat of the day. They offered sheet with things to go to in the area. I might if necessary stay here again. - Gloria S.
Jun 2018 - $18.00
We stayed here previously about two years ago. Unfortunately, we were not as happy with this campground as before. On the plus side they are in the process of putting in new electrical that (apparently) will include 50 amp service (we only use 30 amp). Also on the plus side a couple of the near-abandoned looking TTs that were at the park last time are now gone. One the negative side, the dirt roads in the campground still need major improvement. They wanted us to use site 1, but the rain had long ago washed out a huge gouge that made it impossible to back into the site with our rig. Also, the gnats were annoying to biblical plague proportions. Even worse, we woke up in the morning with an ant infestation on our rig. It's a great location for visiting the Andersonville National Historic Site and with even a little more work has great potential, but after this experience we'll likely hold off for awhile before returning. - AF_Pilot
Mar 2018 - $18.00
Very small park but it served our purpose of visiting Andersonville National Park and Cemetery. - ranic59
Nov 2017 - $18.00
Campground: Andersonville City RV Park is our destination so we can visit the National POW Memorial. The RV Park is perfect for our overnight stay. There appears to be a few full time travel trailers here. The park is convenient, simple, quaint and well maintained. Pull thru site 12 is a small concrete pad large enough for our 35ft without having to unhitch our toad. Looking forward to a morning of site seeing in Andersonville. - TravellerLott
Sep 2018 - $24.00
One of the nicest parks we have stayed in recently. This is a military fam camp serviced through the Ft Benning MWR. Check in was easy and within minutes we were able to find our site #39. There was a tree near the site. Unfortunately it was not on the sunny side of the RV. Water and electric hook ups are next to each other and sewer is on back side. No dog park in campground however there are plenty of trails and roads where walking daisy was easy. That said, need to be aware that wildlife does show up in AM/PM...deer and understand an armadillo or two (which we did not see). Campground is about 4 miles from back gate of Ft Benning and the gate is open 24/7. Showers and bathrooms were very clean. Verizon phone signal was weak but doable and we did not use wifi. They are near a lake and river so fishing and pontoon boats are available for rent. We used opportunity to visit a niece in Auburn which was about 45 minutes away...just need to remember time zone change from eastern back to central. - ownedafew
Mar 2018 - $27.00
This campsite is awesome!!! One of the best that we have been to. - JLHickerson
Apr 2017 - $24.00
This is a beautiful park! We were on lot 10 - a pull through - and our lot size was bigger than most homes have. It had a huge side/back yard with a big picnic table, fire pit and grill. The yard area was wooded but cleaned out of all ground clutter and perfectly mowed. The next lot over was at least 75 feet away. Checking in at the Country Store was quick, easy and friendly. There is a locked gate to get in to the park. Water pressure is very good, WiFi was good (not excellent), but cable was .... not so much. Verizon cell signal was 4G LTE with 2 bars. We would stay here again and highly recommend it. - jomark