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7 RV Parks near Leesburg, Georgia
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Leesburg. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Leesburg in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $18.00
This park is nothing like it is advertised. It has fallen into such disrepair. Grass was knee high. Poison ivy covered water/electric stand. Bathhouse was disgusting. People living there full time with trash everywhere. There are no rules in place and it is obvious. We were told they have funding problems. I see why! - Datravel
May 2018 - $18.00
As previous review the gravel roads are full of pot holes that rock the motorhome from side to side. The camping area is large so there are lots of roads. Many pine trees so no Direct TV. The voltage was right at 112 using one air conditioner when I arrived and plugged in. In the morning it was 126. Lots of activities going on and it is a very big park. - mrracechaser
Mar 2018 - $19.00
Basics: roads a nice and wide, gravel with a lot of nice big pot holes, so go slow. Power 50 amp and water at site. Dump station. Bathrooms/showers are dated and unheated with good pressure and ok hot water. The site was sand and grass and was pretty level. Washer and driers in the bathroom building. There are many old big trees and most sites are partially shaded. They have no wifi but Verizon phone and Mifi work well. This is a large regional park that is run by a foundation it use to be a state park. So there's a lot of other things to do besides camp. See details below. We'd stay here again if we're in the area. - pumper9x9
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Only stayed one night but would be nice stop for several days. Level site, plenty of room, privacy. Only one problem which does not relate to resort itself. Coming from Albany and traveling south requires a u-turn across a 4-lane divided highway, which was a bit dangerous and there is no easy way to do it. Do not recommend that you consider it in busy traffic times or in very long vehicles. - Grammar
Jun 2018 - $30.00
This is a lovely park -it seemed it's undergoing some repairs but that didn't get in the way of a great stay. The spaces are very long and ours was level. Nice shaded spots but the trees weren't in the way of getting in and out as well as getting through the roads. The staff was wonderful - wifi worked great and it was convenient to shopping. It was nice and quiet away from the road - highly recommend! - Catsinatrailer
Mar 2018 - $34.00
Very nice campground which is heavily wooded probably providing a lot of shade in the warm months. Very friendly staff. We stayed here so we could visit Plains (Jimmy Carter's home) and Andersonville Civil War prison. Both of which are about 45 minutes away but could not find a "decent" campground any closer. All utilities including Cable TV and wifi were well maintained. There is a dog walk path around the campground which begins at the end of the nice little pond. We would stay here again if in the area. - Paya
Dec 2018 - $18.00
Horrible place and people, cable is a joke, wifi nonexistent, ground collects and holds water, three ponds that overflows, bathrooms filthy an nasty. Do yourself a favor and DON'T stop here. - Harry ramone
Oct 2015 - $18.00
Not sure what the other reviewers are griping about. I was greeted by the owner as I exited my RV to check in and he showed me where to park. This place is in the country, folks. It's an overnight stay for most as its not near attractions or a metropolitan area. It's not a park with lots of amenities. It has full hookups and free WiFi. You cannot beat this for $17.50 (Passport America). I will stay here again if I'm in the area. - Randallas
Mar 2014 - $15.00
This campground is pretty old and pretty run down. We stayed here one night at the Passport rate but I doubt we'll ever return. The only pull-through site big enough for our rig was right on a busy and noisy highway. The service post at our site was old and falling apart. There were no circuit breakers to turn off the power while we plugged in. The 50-amp plug didn't work and the 15-amp plug showed a hot ground wire. The 30-amp plug had just been replaced and worked OK. The park has narrow, rutty roads and is filled with old, permanent trailers. I can't think of anything nice to say about this place. - Johnnyonthespot
Sites: 48 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 46 Reviews
Sep 2019 - $40.00
Unfortunately our experience was spoiled by all the gnats around. I developed a two-armed wave to keep them away from me. The site had a fire pit and a table and was quite long to fit our RV and Jeep. It was quite level and the hook-ups were good. The facilities were clean and there was an exercise room. There is a golf course and a disc golf course and trails to walk around. The office is a ways from the entry so you need to call and someone will come out to greet you. C2 is a nice shady site. - swike
Jul 2019 - $44.00
Thank goodness for a really great Camphost-he saved the day! I've never pulled in to a KOA for checkin where a sign directed me to call a phone number that wasn't answered. The office was CLOSED mid-afternoon on a weekday so camphost greeted us, went to locked office and picked up our welcome packet. It became obvious very quickly why this campground was deserted except for about 10 campers, most looked like permanent or weekend sites, the GNATS could carry you away. You literally could not be outside without bug spray or netted easy ups. Not that you could take advantage of any amenities (no pool), adjacent golf course, small lake with chemicals added to make it look artificially weird blue had peddle boats but gnats stopped that activity. That said, it was a very quiet, attractive campground. Restrooms, showers, laundry room, lending library were clean and welcoming. Shame we couldn't enjoy it. Maybe this is just a weekend place but no families in the middle of summer, hmmmmm. KOA Corporate, somethings just not right with this one. - Breezy2
Dec 2018 - $23.00
Very clean nice park, however when it rains it's a mud hole. - Bmchck6
Nov 2011 - $25.00
We pulled into this place and immediately thought, "uh oh." They don't accept Good Sam or any other discount memberships, which is a red flag to me to start. It is NOT big rig friendly, but the host told us to pull up to a spot about 5 feet from a small trailer that was parked next to us. No room to do anything. The 50 amp electrical pedestal had black all around it which indicated a blow out or short of some kind earlier. I would not hook up to it. All the parking spots are sandy. We left. - Steve and Kathy Burnett
Oct 2009 - $25.00
This was a great park for a one night stay, which worked out fine for the way that we usually travel. The site was a little tight but the water/sewer/electric/cable were all easy to access. We were just off of a main highway but since we were towards the back, it was very quiet. The interior roads are all gravel and there was plenty of room to maneuver our rig with a car in tow. The park was heavily wooded which was great for shade, but made satellite access a little difficult. The staff were friendly and we had an escort to our site. I would definitely stay there again when in the area. - rgatijnet
Aug 2019 - $45.00
We stayed in August so it was hot, a little rainy, and buggy. However it was August in south central Georgia so we knew that!! The park is very pretty. The internal roads are a little snug in some areas but nothing that cannot be navigated. The front desk personnel were extremely nice and helpful. The showers are older but they were clean and had plenty of hot water so no complaints there. We wandered around and the spaces are all pretty good sized. Overall we will certainly be back. This will be an excellent destination when the weather is cooler.
The park is also right next to the Lake Blackshear Resort. This is a very nice place and if you are travelling without a camper and need to stop overnight. It is only about 10 miles off I-75 and cheaper than anything near the Interstate.
When using Google maps, it will bring you in from the south and you wind up facing the wrong way at the check-in! Ignore that and come through Cordele on 280. It will bring you in the right way and make it much easier. - Sam Thurmond
May 2019 - $35.00
Was looking for a Lakeside site but was full up so stayed in what they call the Forest. Think I got the better site, park map on the website made it look open with no trees but turned out it had plenty of trees even if they were pine. Sites are good sized with plenty of room between neighbors, the pull thru site I picked was a little short for my 5th wheel. It was plenty long enough just the shape was a sharper "U" than I liked and had to maneuver my truck around so I wasn't in the turn connecting and disconnecting from the truck. I bought firewood from outside the park, didn't realize till later that the host had firewood available. Lots of knats or as they are know in GA "Flying Teeth". They are the worst about 2hrs before sunset so plan according, nothing stops them except staying inside. - Sub Vet
Apr 2019 - $36.00
This park has a museum with aircraft and other items from the Revolutionary War through the Gulf War. There are 76 campsites many on the lake (8,700 acres lake) with w & e. This park is huge with the Lake Blackshear Resort and Golf Club which is privately owned but opened to the public and has lodge rooms, cottages and some restaurants. There is a boat dock where one can rent canoes, kayaks, paddle boards and larger boats. You can rent them for your whole stay at the park and if you have a lakeside site bring them to your site. There are many activities at the park on certain days - archery, airsoft rifles, disc golf, fireworks, fishing, geo caching, hiking trails, museum, campground crafts, biking and swimming. There are gators in the lake but we never saw one. Bathhouse needs to be updated but it was clean with some laundry facilities. Checkin was easy. Nice park. Jimmy Carter's NHS and Andersonville NHS are close by to visit. - gsnakehill