Hard Labor Creek State Park
State Parkwrite a review 2100-2150 Fairplay Road
Rutledge, GA 30663
GPS: 33.66, -83.602
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Reviewed May 28, 2017
We didn't camp here but swung through while we were in the area to scope it out. Compared to many of the other state parks in the area, this one really shines. It looked like the campground had been recently refurbished. The roads all had new blacktop, the camp sites all looked to have new gravel and timbers, and the comfort stations were new. The sites were almost all wooded. There were a few sites with a view of a beaver pond, but outside of those, there were no views to speak of other than trees. There were some pull-thrus scattered about and those were huge. The campground as a whole has a nice feel.
The state park has many amenities including like 20 miles of mountain bike trails, a beach and putt-putt ($2.50 for kids, $7.50 for adults...A bit steep). The nearby town of Rutledge was quaint and kinda cool. The beach was so-so. It's big but felt a tad trashy. It's about a 2 mile drive from the campground.
We hiked a short 1 mile trail close to the campground and it was actually a really nice trail.
I think we'll camp here some time in the future.
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Hard Labor Creek State Park, Rutledge, GA Our first stop, per our discovery via the All Stays app, was to be at this interesting state park in Georgia. It's a great campground, though slightly rustic...
- 20 Amp
- Partial Hookups
- dump station
- water available
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