Indian Springs State Park
State Parkwrite a review 678 Lake Clark Rd.
Flovilla, GA 30216
GPS: 33.2474, -83.9242
|Last Price Paid:||$30|
|Number of Sites:||60|
35 Heartland Bighorn
Two Lanes of Freedom would stay here again
“America's oldest state park is still shinning”
Reviewed Apr 24, 2017
It's hard to beat staying in a Georgia state park, especially one that was built and has the charm of the CCC. Before I share the great things about the park, here are couple suggestions for first time RV campers with larger rigs.
There are two entrances into the park. Take the first entrance after you pass through the Indian Spring community. The second entrance will also work, though after registering, you'll have to drive out of the park and then back in to be able to turn around and head towards the campground. Enjoy the registration process. The old homestead where you check in is breathtaking and be sure to enjoy a glass or two of the spring water.
The campground section for RV's is all first come first serve and if you look at the map there are three loops all accessed from one entry road. As you drive in there is a dumpster and pull off area at the stop sign before you enter the campsites. I would recommend pulling over there and walking through the campground with your site marker, picking your site and then driving in. Looking at the map, the first two loops on the left are accessed with a one lane road and we were a bit nervous driving in hoping someone wasn't coming in the other direction. To us the section with the best sites and most with lake views was the middle loop.
Not all the sites are level, but if you arrive on a Sunday or early in the week, you'll be able to pick the best ones. We enjoyed the park trails, did a little geocaching and explored the spring and old CCC buildings. On the weekend the village of Indian Springs opens up and we enjoyed walking through the town and having ice cream at the local hand dip shop. While you are there you also have to check out Dauset Trails and take a short drive into Jackson for some great dining options, groceries and more.
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
Indian Springs State Park is in Flovilla, Georgia. It is thought to be the oldest state park in the nation. There are some areas that they are upgrading right now but it doesn’t affect your RV stay...
- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- 20 Amp
- boat rental
- mini golf
- picnic area
- recreation trail
- big rig
- picnic table
- dump station
- restrooms: flush
- water available
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