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7 RV Parks near Cedartown, Georgia
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cedartown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cedartown in the left hand column.
May 2019 - $30.00
Stayed while visiting friends nearby... great service from the staff. They have onsite RV storage as well. Left my unit for two weeks while traveling to Asheville. Onsite kayak and canoe rental and shuttle bus for river kayaking. Nice Time. Full hookup sites with WiFi available that was pretty decent in strength. They have pull through and back in sites. Only 50 amp outlets but I had a converter plug for 30 amp. The owner is very nice and accommodating with any changes and will work with you. - BeachComer
May 2019 - $39.00
No cable hook up and WiFi only picks up if you are closer to front. - The Arps
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Terrible campground, way out in the woods. The sites are too close (we had our neighbor's septic pipe right at the foot of our steps). Our hookups were in our neighbor's site. When pulling in, I had to remove glass and trash from the site to keep from running it over. The fire ring was filled with household garbage (banana peels, empty cans, paper, and who knows what). But the creek was nice.
I'd find another campground if concerned with the trash and close quarters. If you are looking for a nice creek to float or paddle down, and don't care about a trashy site, this may be your place. - glenstmary
May 2019 - $22.00
The people who work here are extremely nice. Very sweet folks. We have stayed here before and had no complaints. It just seems like that on a 3 day holiday weekend, a little advanced planning would have been nice. The dumpster was full to overflowing by Monday morning. The toilets were stocked, but the showers were not very clean at all. And to top it all off, we couldn't dump our tanks before we left because the dump station was full. It added 2 hours to our trip home just to go to a truck stop and empty our tanks. I'm sure we'll return here to camp, but certainly not on a holiday weekend. - US Campers
Apr 2019 - $30.00
The park a nice park with beautiful trees and seemed to be well maintained. Some of the campsites had pole barn concrete structures over the large picnic tables. This was very nice for eating especially during rainy weather. My 34ft fifth wheel barely fit on the campsite length wise but there was plenty of parking for my truck. The navigation for the single dump station was tight but maneuverable. - walterwegozz
Apr 2016 - $24.00
Beautiful, quiet campground. The staff was very nice and helpful. They gave us a great shady spot right on the river. We were able to hike, fish, have dinner in Rome and take in a Rome Braves game. We are planning to go back soon! - Offcourse
Sep 2018 - $25.00
This was our 1st RV park on our tour of Georgia and the Carolinas and we couldn't have chosen better. The owner patiently waited for us to find the place and guided us in as we had no SatNav (GPS). Peaceful and beautiful surroundings and real hospitality. We came back for our last night and saw more of the place. Enormous site with rolling countryside and a backdrop of forest and lakes; you could easily spend a day there walking round. It is exactly as presented on the website, an honest no frills place, well run and great value. - BoringBob
Apr 2018 - $25.00
So glad we found this gem!! It's a great campground. It's very nice, clean and quiet! Spacious sites. We camped in a 40 ft. 5th wheel. Very nice and helpful owner. He is always working to improve the grounds. Wish we could have stayed longer! Would have really enjoyed seeing a bluegrass concert here. Would definitely come again and recommend a visit here. - PinkNana
May 2016 - $25.00
This was the strangest place we've stayed to date.
Pros - the land itself is beautiful. Amazing views, peaceful. Very friendly staff.
We were placed not on a real spot. We were piggybacking off another spot where the resident was away for the weekend (the owner directed us there) but the location for us was perfect.
Cons - the layout is just bad. Most hookups are at the front of the driveway so you can't use them. The driveway is hilly. Tons of loose dogs (even the staff's dog was loose - I think it was the staff's dog). There were long-term campers who were probably the least friendly people you could meet. NOT A PLACE FOR BIG RIGS - there is a low-hanging wire before you enter that is under 13 feet. You will catch it. Just go VERY slow and your antenna will snap back and forth. While we did make a reservation, indicated specifically we had a 45' Class A motorhome, they really didn't have a place for us. Their solution was to pull through a large field of grass and piggyback onto a resident's site next door as he was away for the weekend. Most of the lots were back-in and were parallel to the road, so you basically had to parallel park. It was the strangest thing.
All in all, this place seemed like an wonderful opportunity lost. The land was gorgeous. If they were to update the lots to have the hookups in the right location, if they were to build the lots correctly, it would be amazing. - Kamnel
Jun 2017 - $30.00
A real find. This small campground is located at State Mutual Stadium, home of the Rome Braves minor league baseball club. Great location adjacent to the Oostanaula River and Downtown Heritage Trail system. Gravel pads with patios, water and 15/30/50 power hookups. Operated by the friendly Braves staff, who will even give you a golf cart ride to the stadium. Great way to combine a trip to the ballpark and a night of camping. Open year round, reservations required - contact Braves office to book. - AtlantaBrave
Oct 2011 - $20.00
Nice campground. No hook ups available at all. Sites are not really laid out, just park where you want for the most part. We parked right on the creek and with the mountains on both sides of you it is a beautiful place. Bike riding on the Chief Ladiga Trail and hiking on the Pinhoti tail or maybe a kayak or canoe ride down the creek. Very nice and super dark at night. Great star gazing! Lots of church groups and boy scouts. We will go back and hookups are in the future although I'm not sure that would really be a good thing. - Bird-Freak
Nov 2010 - $15.00
This not yet completed park is located in a beautiful valley between Terrapin Creek and the Chief Ladiga Trail (Rail to Trail, Anniston, Al to Atlanta, GA. and has spectacular views. It is very private, but easily accessible by any size rig. Bath houses and office are complete and park is generally laid out. Utilities will be in by Spring 2011. Terrapin Creek, Chief Ladiga Trail and the Pinhoti trail are accessible from the park property. We biked the Chief Ladiga to the AL/GA state line where it connects with the Silver Comet Trail that leads on through GA to the outskirts of Atlanta. The campground is open for dry camping and will remain available during construction. Easily the most beautiful campsite we have ever seen. Bill is very accommodating. It is 7 miles to Piedmont, AL, where most anything you need is available. Don't miss this one. - houstown
Aug 2019 - $25.00
Bad idea for a quick overnight stay; the park wont answer the phone. Plus by the time you go through the scary drive in your RV to find a sign saying the campground is full, you can only turn around by driving through the campground over ridiculously tall speed bumps to turn around and navigate another scary road out. Not very enjoyable when you just need a nap! - DeanaB
Jun 2011 - $25.00
Excellent campground! Not really a bad site in the campground, but the lakeside sites are amazing! However, no reservations are accepted, so you need to arrive during the week to get a lake site. There are several lakes for fishing, and a really nice beach right next to the campground. Ideal for biking and hiking as well. The only grills available in the campground are built into the fire-rings. There are at least four really nice handicap sites available that remained unused during our stay with a full campground. No sewer hookups at sites, but a nice dump station is at the campground exit. Very strict rules exist, so make sure to follow them! And when they say the lake is open from "Sunrise to Sunset," they mean 6:30 until 8:30 with no exceptions. We enjoyed our visit and will definitely return!! - RandyP
Sep 2008 - $20.00
We love to go to Rocky Mountain. It is close enough, but far enough away, that we feel like we have gone somewhere, without the long drive. We love to fish so we always try to get a lakefront site. It is wonderful for family, or couples. Has a great beach area plus grills if you are there only for the day. - ElizabethDN
Apr 2019 - $63.00
Very hilly resort. All the services worked well. The road leading to the resort, King St., is rather narrow and if ones meets an RV going in the other directions things will be interesting. Our gravel site was not level, about 6 inches low in the rear and tipped to the right. In our area there were few trees so satellite connection was good. The resort does have cable TV but we did not try it. The resort provided a guide to help get to our site and set up. For the price we should have had a paved site not gravel/dirt and it should have been much more level. Over all we feel the resort is over priced. - Thorman
Jan 2019 - $18.00
I stayed on a monthly basis due to working in the area. They would not apply my Good Sam's discount to the monthly rate stating that monthly rates were already heavily discounted. The park is clean and everyone was very kind. I enjoyed my stay there. It is a very busy park. Its a nice place to stay. My site was gravel and sites are close together. Very clean and large bath house. Nice laundry room. Both are heated and cooled. There is a pool, play area, outdoor theater, jump pad, and activities for children. When weather got bad we were able to go to an underground room. - Tgirl3
Aug 2018 - $63.00
The staff does a wonderful job with the children and are friendly and responsive to everyone. Sites leave a bit to be desired. Up a steep incline to a semi-flat area where we had to use blocks to stabilize and insure our chocks were firmly in place. The rate charged was convoluted due to a $6.95/person fee charged (no explanation to us seniors) and a $10 "site lockdown" fee all added to the base fee of $39. No clue about the site lockdown fee either - we made reservations; would our site have been given away if we'd arrived later in the afternoon? Plus - gates closed for security after 8pm. Minus - alligators on site in a penned area. Not too comforting when catering to children. - Mack2383