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5 RV Parks near Peachtree City, Georgia
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Peachtree City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Peachtree City in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $35.00
A Diamond in the Rough -- VERY rough ! ! Great location with easy access to highway 85, 30 min. to downtown (no traffic) Peachtree City just 15 min. east with grocery, fuel etc. But care for the park has been lacking for Many years and there is Nothing else in the area. $35 night is Too much - $200 week is better - $500 month (includ. elec.) is best. Worked out fine for us for the month with the easy access location for south ATL - just realize it's Not a 'pretty' place ... but Could be with a major makeover and then people would be waiting in line I think !
The turn toward the campground is just next the the service station which is confusing with the access road. - SailorGolf
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We called ahead and were told that no one would be in the office when we arrived so just take a site by the office. Park is poorly marked so we had trouble finding it. When we got there, there were no sites by the office that we could see. One of the residents directed us to a site which was a back in. Once we got on the site we found there was no water. The grass was long and hadn't been cut for weeks by the look of it. In the morning we went to the office to pay . It was a filthy mess with papers and stuff all over. The office person did not seem to care that we had no water and didn't offer to refund any money because of it. We would have been better off to just stay at a WalMart !! - Jan Griff
Jan 2017 - $35.00
They claim in the Good Sam RV Travel Guide, to have 140 available spaces. That might be so if you have a 20' travel trailer with 30 amp power. They have no spaces with 50 amp power that are easily accessible. We have stayed here three times. During the first two times we could not get level, needed three sewer hoses to reach the connection and ruined our rock guard trying to get in the space. All spaces are small. Many have water, but no sewer or sewer but no water. There are power boxes and/or water pipes, not no guts to the power or faucets for the water. During our last visit we opted to try a 30 amp spot...couldn't get level, had to run both power and water hoses back under the coach to plugins, and had to run the generator to keep warm. This park could be a gold mine if fixed up and maintained. However, nothing changes, we've had it,and will not stay here again. $35 with no discount is about twice what this park should charge. We felt sorry for the lady in the office, she knew nothing about the RV side of the business. Thus, she was no help as we tried to find a space with both power, water and sewer. - Old GI
Oct 2015 - $12.00
Pretty park, wooded setting, big grass area in the middle for exercising horses/dogs/kids. Most sites on the river, no hookups, camp wherever you find a picnic table & fire ring. Fire rings were primitive, rocks in a circle. Hardly any privacy between sites but still very pretty & woodsy. Good hiking trails. Most campers came with horses and seemed like locals. Boat launch in camp. We stayed 1 night and did not use facilities. Would stay again. - RaynaGrace
Jun 2010 - $15.00
Stayed one night. This is considered primitive camping. They do have a bath house that was clean but no water or electric hookups. We stayed for the one night for the river views of the Chattahoochee River and for the historical sites on the property. This is a beautiful property but keep in mind it is primitive. It is worth a one night stay to hike the property and learn about all the Creek Indian history. - BeDa
Jun 2018 - $29.00
Yes, there are a lot of semi-permanent residents, however, the place is clean, well maintained and all the campers keep things neat. Very shady as well. Perfect spot for doing the zip-lines. And the zip lines are GREAT. However, you better be in reasonable shape to handle the activity level. The lodge, which is a short drive, is very nice. It has a 4 star restaurant with a wonderful gourmet menu. Very nice indeed ! Be aware, the address is for the lodge, not the campground. You should call ahead with an arrival time, and they will meet you and escort you to your site. Have fun ziping thru the woods ! - macandphyl
Jun 2011 - $29.00
This is a beautifully situated park, with lots of potential. RV park part of the property is less well staffed and cared for than the lodges and zip line tours. Sites are quiet, well situated and shaded in the full hookups part of the park, not very level, but nice and wide. Check in is a confusing process - you have to call from the gate for help, then get less than complete instructions, but from a nice, friendly guy. Trash is distant from camp sites, and no recycling at all. We are not big on zip lines, but our friends went and were impressed. The park could be very nice with a little attention to procedures and conveniences. - mavoufl
Jan 2011 - $29.00
Excellent is all I can say. We have traveled all over the US and this is a great place to stay. We got caught in the Atlanta snow storm this January and were here longer than planned. The sites are large, just not as level as they could be, that is the downside. But really no problem, just being picky. Now for the description: this is gated campground, not that it is in a unsafe location or anything, just the opposite. It is nestled in a small town called Whitesburg, GA. Not all that far off I-85 and I-20. The main attraction is the enormous zip-line/canopy tour. There were zip lines and suspension bridges all over the place. A beautiful river runs through the grounds. The lodge is great, especially during the snowstorm. We walked about a quarter to half a mile through the campground, across the bridge over the river to the lodge. There we enjoyed free coffee and tea. The views are wonderful. Highly recommend this place if you are just passing and need a place to rest for a few nights. We would have stayed the whole month, but had to get home and finish some chores. - rod767
Oct 2019 - $36.00
The road going into the park was under construction, so it is a good idea to get specific directions. This park truly loves speed bumps, they are every where. I was a little surprised that there were only two dumpsters but the nice thing was they were emptied Monday, Wednesday and Friday about mid afternoon. The park itself was kept very clean and all of the staff were friendly. - witchey1
Aug 2019 - $37.00
We didn't use the restrooms or other amenities but the place is clean, neat, not shady where we stayed but pretty quiet and orderly. The check-in process was speedy and easy. One note about getting here: as is the case with most of Atlanta, the roads are under construction and it's a bit confusing getting here, especially if you arrive at night as we did. There are not many places to stay close-in to Atlanta so these guys *could* neglect things and probably have a brisk business; but they don't. We'll come back here if we need to stay around the south side of town again. - Jim Tadlock
Aug 2019 - $37.00
Nicely kept campground. Paved roads, gravel sites with small grass area between sites. It was a bit tight to maneuver out with the towed so had to unhook. Utilities worked fine and had no issues. Good water pressure. Sites fairly level, and were able to use auto levelers. Easy on off I75. A lot of speed bumps and road to campground was a bit rough. Unable to get satellite signal due to trees. Good Verizon signal. Did not use available wifi.
We would stay again - Vicki K
Jun 2019 - $24.00
We stayed in Campground 1 which looked bigger than Campground 2. The site was a little uneven so we used blocks to level it. There were ant mounds and a friendly neighbor helped spray them away.
We hiked on the Riverside trail up to the observation tower and back. You could see the river from time to time.
The facilities were clean, they have a little library right outside the bathhouse where you can take and leave books. - Estella
Mar 2019 - $23.00
Really well-designed and kept-up park. The campgrounds (we stayed in Campground 1) were designed to be spacious, so no tight turns in campground roads designed for small campers. The bathrooms and laundry facilities were excellent, as were the playgrounds, picnic facilities, and trails. One of our favorite aspects was that the trails left directly from the campground, so no driving to go hike. They have a well-stocked visitor center and have just built an 'adventure' playground, which our kids could have stayed at all day. The river was too high to be navigable while we were at the park, but there are options for day trips on the Chattahoochee. Follow the brown signs from Newnan, as opposed to Google's directions. While scenic, some of the country roads recommended by Google were not wide enough to travel comfortably in our Travel Trailer. - Milesdowntheroad
Feb 2019 - $26.00
The best approach to the park is 34 west from Newnan and then follow the signs. We found this out after we took the windy long road using the GPS. This is a new park (6 yo) and all the facilities are in great condition. You are definitely out in the boonies but like all the other Ga State Parks, it's very nice. The trails are also nice and well marked. Verizon was good during the week but the hotspot slowed down during the weekend when the campground was near full. We had no T-Mobile service for our cell phones. The cell tower to the park must be limited. OTA TV was OK, but I was only able to get a couple of network channels from Atlanta. - Land Wanderer