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2 RV Parks near Richland, Georgia
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Richland. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Richland in the left hand column.
Mar 2018 - $12.00
I'm not a fan of the dam building mania of the Army Corps of Engineers, but they do a great job of building campgrounds. This is only the 3rd A.C.E. campground I've stayed in and I must say that all the facilities are well designed, laid out, and well built. Basics: Roads paved asphalt and easy to maneuver around the the CG. Sites all have a level pad to park your rig on. Some pads maybe a tad short for a 45' coach but most are long enough. Power 20/30/50 amp at all sites along with water. They only have 1 dump station on the way out and I can see it getting congested with everyone leaving at once. The price reflects the 50% off for the Golden Age Pass. Most all sites are long enough to accommodate your RV and toad and or pulling unit. A significant number can handle your boat trailer and it's tow vehicle too. The showers and bathrooms were heated, spotless, and the shower had pretty good hot water and ok pressure. The only down side on the showers is an issue if you're taller than about 5'6", the shower heads are set pretty low. They make you work for dumping your trash. There is only one place to do it and it's a bit out of the way but it's a nice place to take your trash for a walk. They have no Wifi but Verizon phone and Mifi work fine. As mentioned in the previous post there is a lot of Spanish Moss however there's Spanish Moss all over the place down here so it comes with the territory. Beats looking a kudzu everywhere. Fort Bragg is not far away and you see and hear a lot of Army aircraft but we didn't hear any thing blowing up. We'd stay here again if we're in the area. - pumper9x9
Mar 2018 - $13.00
The Good:: the staff are very nice, land is flat, roads wide, sites easy to find, sites laid out with plenty of space between neighbors, tree branches aren't clawing at your coach either on the road or at the site. The Bad:: Spanish Moss is killing the trees because nobody is removing the abundant excess. Example, when we were in the coach and looking out (our window awnings were deployed) we saw Nothing but the moss hanging from the trees (90% gray moss, 10% leaves trying to survive). Have prison trustees or somebody go in and remove the tons of moss before every tree gets killed. The Ugly: So much spanish moss puts this park on our, "visit only in a pinch", list. - Rick and Sandy
Jun 2017 - $24.00
Great campground on the River. Large spaces with grill, table and lantern poll. Good layout of spaces. - Waster
Jan 2019 - $21.00
Beautiful quiet park. Stores/Grocery is a little far. AT&T signal is spotty, booster worked well. Site are a little close. Sites have sewer. Stuck up. Stores/Grocery is a ways out. - dan_m
Aug 2018 - $30.00
We stayed for about 12 days in our first trip in a new travel trailer we purchased. It was really quiet, we got the far back left lot which had no one on one side and was probably .2-.3 acres large. It was a peaceful, relaxing experience, but it finally got busy on labor day weekend when we were leaving. The only drawbacks being so close to the water, it is a bit buggy, there were some pine trees dropping stuff on my truck as well. Also there are flying asian cockroaches in the area, we did not get infested but did get one in our camper (freaked us out a bit). Overall its a good park, out literally in the middle of nowhere (closest town is like 20 miles away). One more thing, it is one of the few Georgia State parks with full hookups, so that is really cool. - LIttle Rig Big Dreams
Mar 2018 - $27.00
We love that it is a great park to visit. It was quiet when we were there. They have full hook up including cable. - sweats