Financially, this campground is very reasonable. I’d say it definitley has a lot of bang for the buck. If we are ever in the area again, this will be our go-to place to stay.
Each site has full hookup, a concrete pad, picnic table and plenty of room to enjoy our outdoor cooking. The campground is nestled in a large section of trees on HWY 19 in Albany. They did not have fire rings at each campsite, but there were two brick fireplaces for the the campers to share.
A pond is located on the front side of the park. It was the home to quite a few ducks, geese and turtles. Fishing was allowed. We saw several taking advantage of that activity.
This campground was pet friendly. Around the edge of the resort was a “Dog Walk” that led to an area that was called the “Bark Park”.
We enjoyed day trips to things we had wanted to see. Within just a matter of a few miles was Radium Springs. We took a day to explore and learn about the prisoners of war at the Andersonville Civil War cemetary. WE made a trip to Tifton to visit my niece at Rutland Farms. We enjoyed their petting zoo and purchased strawberries. The Flint River Aquarium was on our list of must-sees, but we ran out of time. Hopefully we will make it back one day to visit the aquarium.
Five STARS…… Friendly staff, spacious campsite, full hook-up, pet friendly, quiet and relaxing.