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1 RV Park near Fargo, Georgia
Mar 2019 - $28.00
Nice park under trees, partial to full shade. All sites look to be level. Ours, #6, is. Most have plenty of side privacy or are angled, spaced for privacy. Some packed sand (Loop 1), some grass (Loop 2). The loop roads are paved, but a little narrow, but big rig navigable. Dump site in Loop 2. There are a few sites with low-hanging small branches. The staff is friendly and helpful. The camp store is bare essentials only. Bring your needs as the nearest town is 18 miles away and small. Family friendly with playground, fishing, small boating (rentals) and a must do boat tour into the swamp (the naturalist knowledgeable and a good guide). A good, short boardwalk into the swamp, .75 mile nature trail and a longer grassy fitness trail are within the campground. Longer trails are outside the campground (they are pretty wet right now, but usable). Plenty of paved road to bike. But, one can see a lot of the swamp in the campground area. Great dark-sky campground. - GDoug
Apr 2018 - $35.00
If you want to see alligators in the wild this is the place to go. The correct park spelling is Stephen C. Foster State Park if you are doing an Internet search. This is a destination campground for the Okefenokee Swamp which is over 20 miles from the nearest store or gas station. What makes this state park so unique is the remote location and opportunity to get very close to nature. The camp sites are grass and some are not level. Driving a big rig is very difficult due to the trees and sharp turns so we parked our 38' 5th wheel in one of the few pull-through sites on the outer edge of the campground. Water and electric worked as expected and a dump sites is available. - Paya
Jan 2018 - $17.00
Stephen C. Foster State Park G. Basics: Roads are paved, sites have water, 30 amp power, and cable hook ups (we did not use it so I have no idea what kind of channels they have) site was mostly level but not flat. Showers were hot with good pressure and they and the bathrooms were both clean. There is a washer and dryer available. This park has fantastic bird watching, hiking, and paddling on the Okefenokee Swamp with motor boat, canoe, and kayak rentals. The park is a designated dark sky area and the stars are incredibly sharp. They have guided boat tours available and many ranger led activities. There is no wifi available but Verizon phone will work if not too many people are trying to make a call, no mifi available. Text will probably go through with the least amount of problems. I addition to the phone you are at least 1 hour from the closest place to get supplies so come with your larder well stocked. Note on the rate: Base Rate is $35/day plus $5/entry fee. Our Federal Geezer Card covered the entry fee. Our rate was $17.50 with the winter promotion 50% off deal check the Park Website for details. For your site selection they have color coded all the sites based on length. They give you a color and you go pick your site. This is the second time we've been here and will gladly stay here again. - pumper9x9