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2 RV Parks near Pearson, Georgia
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Pearson. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Pearson in the left hand column.
Sites: 25 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Jul 2015 - $22.00
A barebones park to set up your RV with good power (30 & 50 amp). No showers, laundry or restrooms. This is a very quiet place to park your RV with no trains or noise. We'll come back here if we're ever in the area. - J59T
Apr 2010 - $20.00
We were here while working. We couldn't find another RV park within 40 miles, that had full-hookups! This nice man made a few just for us to use while working in the area! It's nothing special, just a field to park your RV. It's actually a mobile home park. We were just glad to have a place to park our RV. It was safe and cheap! All the roads leading to it are like a washboard and sandy. But other than that, it's not far from the job site or town. Can't be picky when coming to Douglas. - travelinmomma99
Jun 2018 - $15.00
We really enjoyed our stay at General Coffee despite gnats (many) and rain (lots). We'd been to the park in the past, so knew about the trails (great!). GC is known for the gopher tortoises and we nearly ran over one on arrival in the campground! Our site backed up to the gopher tortoise trail. It was great for morning walks. We had the campground almost entirely to ourselves. We rented bikes and road around the back country camping area. We fished in the pond by the historic farm and we did a long hike out through the East River Swamp Trail to Yellow Jacket to the Orange River Equestrian Trail. Note - the trail out behind cabins 1-4 seems to be somewhat confused. It didn't quite follow the map. But it was a nice hike anyway - mosquitoes and gnats were annoying, but it is mid summer and we had a lot of rain. Our site in Campground #2 was pretty level - not sure any of the sites would be "bad". They are all pull throughs. Campground #1 roads are a bit rough, particularly if you have a large camper/motorhome. There are no grey water dumps as are found in some other state park campgrounds - keep this in mind as there's no sewer hookups at G.C. Moderate cell access on Verizon and ATT without using a booster. The pond in the historic park has a small farm with lots of critters. There's also feeding stations for ducks. The turtles by the bridge are used to being fed - this is why when you walk on the bridge there are suddenly turtles everywhere. LOL! Bike and Boat Rentals. Staff is very friendly and helpful. - CindySuess
Apr 2018 - $32.00
Stayed only 2 nights. Cold and rainy. Definitely want to return to explore more. Campsites worked very well. Our friends had a 38 foot 5th wheel and found an easy space to set-up. Dump station at entrance. - Ed and Ann
Mar 2018 - $30.00
We stayed only one night. I wish we could have stayed longer and had time to explore all the features of the park. It has a lot of historical buildings and many trails. We only had time to do the trail where the tortoises can be found. We didn't see any but it was the wrong time of day. The campground is an unusual state park in that all the campsites are pull throughs. Most are quite spacious. Also you cannot reserve a specific site. You make a reservation to stay at the park and then individual sites are first come first served. We enjoyed our stay and will try to get back again to finish seeing everything. - Judy Birchland