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3 RV Parks near Morgan, Georgia
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Morgan. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Morgan in the left hand column.
Oct 2019 - $36.00
We stayed at Kolomoki State Park campground for 4 days. The park is absolutely beautiful and well maintained. The lake is so pretty and peaceful! We stayed in site # 7 and found it to be a perfect location..right on the lake. The ONLY drawback is that there is virtually NO cell reception...which concerned me because in the case of an emergency...we wouldn't have been able to make a call for help. There was NO service for AT&T or Sprint, but we did manage to get a slight signal on Verizon hotspot...hopefully enough to have made a Wifi call! The park has no control over cell signal availability...but the safety feature of being able to call for help in an emergency could easily be addressed if the park would install some sort of wifi service. The sites are gravel and mostly level, with hookups placed appropriately...good water pressure and stable electricity. Each campsite has a grill and a firepit and firewood is available for purchase in the camp office. There is no sewer hookup but they do have a dump station near the entrance to the campground....although it was really overly full when we dumped upon leaving. - Susan Gibson
Mar 2019 - $30.00
Small, lovely park, in South Georgia. One loop, with one half of sites (including our) right on a small lake. Bathroom facilities are adequate; One set of laundry machines, outside. Well-kept playground located in campground. Swimming beach (with playground and other facilities) located a short walk from the campground. Boat rentals also available. Roads easily navigable around campground. Our site was pretty level, but shorter than I expected, but we made it fit. There is quite a bit of storm damage from Hurricane Florence in the park (and in SW Georgia in general) so two of the trails, several picnic shelters, and some playgrounds were closed when we visited. The Mounds themselves are well worth a walk (especially to the top of Mound D) and the museum is interesting, although a bit expensive in my opinion for what's there. - Milesdowntheroad
Jul 2018 - $32.00
Great small Campground on the lake with most sites having lots of shade. Check-in is at the Main Office (museum) about a mile from the Campground. Some Lake Sites are Buddy Sites but not noted online. Could be awkward because they are close! Super clean bathroom and brand new laundry machines. It seemed like a Ranger drove through every hour and were always polite. Super clean campground. Lots to do here or Venture Out to Blakely. Great little beach, putt putt, trails and a lot of large Pavilions for family reunion, etc. There is a short pass thru the woods to the beach from the Campground. We rented a 4 person paddle boat for $10/hour (4 hours = $25), life vests included. We had Site 14 and it was 70' long! Our back window had a slight view of the lake. We thought being in the "turn" would be bad but it truly wasn't because the Campground is small. Absolutely NO Cell Service (AT&T). We drove to the Check-In to get 4G. - Kitcatsz