The Paulk Park RV Campground sits right next to the 5-acre County Lake fully stocked with some of the best catches in the area. Troll the lake for bream, bass, and catfish or sit outside and relax in the cool breeze while enjoying a good book and the peaceful scenery. Twenty-five RV lakeside pull through sites each feature 30/50 amp pedestals with water & sewer connections.
The Paulk Park RV Campground sits right next to the 5-acre County Lake fully stocked with some of the best catches in the area. Troll the lake for bream, bass, and catfish or sit outside and relax in the cool breeze while enjoying a good book and the peaceful scenery. Twenty-five RV lakeside pull through sites each feature 30/50 amp pedestals with water & sewer connections. In addition to the sewage hook up at the campsite, there is a dump station if you were to need that. (located on East side of lake near picnic shelter - call before use; $10 fee) and 35 tent-camping sites (Book the tent camping sites separately on Hipcamp at Paulk Park Tent Camping by Pond). Restroom, shower, and laundry facilities 5-acre lake stocked with bream, bass, and catfish (fishing license required)shelter with picnic table on east side of the lake: dock, boat ramp (trolling motors only, please), picnic shelters, nature trail onsite. Small-town charm still lives in Fitzgerald, GA – a quirky town with wild chickens. The tree lined streets of the historic district feature median parks and beautiful homes of the early 1900’s. On Main Street, string lights illuminate the downtown and the neon lights of the historic Art Deco Grand Theatre are aglow! There you can enjoy first-run digital movies year-round, in addition to music concerts and live theater. The parks in front of the theatre on Main Street are the location for events throughout the year. You can further immerse yourself in art at the beautifully restored Carnegie Center, where you can view exhibits or create your own works of art. The historic district is filled with eclectic architectural styles, materials, and ornamentation not seen elsewhere thanks to its diverse settlers. Locally owned shops will treat you to southern hospitality and eateries will delight you with delicious regional and international cuisine. Walk the town’s brick streets as you shop and sightsee, enjoy the murals or embark on an architectural tour. You are likely to see wild chickens along the way. Visit the website to find out why chickens are running wild in Fitzgerald and why world-renowned living-sculpture artist, Topiary Joe, is in the process of building the world’s largest chicken topiary there. Check out our community calendar to see what event might be happening during your visit. Get outside and explore: bike, kayak, boat, fish, camp, bird watch.
Wild Chickens shouldn’t keep you away!!!
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Great experience <3
We were the only ones there …loved it! I think it would be a little tight if fully booked, but for a one night stay on the way to final destination it’s perfect. Clean bathrooms. The shower was a bit brisk, but it was warm out so ok this time. Very appreciative of available washer & dryer too. We enjoyed the music from the party in the pavilion, if you want a more quiet experience, choose a site further out. On our fav list for quick stops while traveling;-)
We very much enjoyed our stay and we will be back. (We have family in Douglas) We had the run of the place and they had just freshly mowed when we got there. I think they actually mowed just for us which is nice. I wish there was a little more feeling of safety/security. Although no one messed with our camper while we were absent (via our cameras) and there is someone that lives in the single wide at the entrance. (Not always there) I wish they had a monthly rate, because I would’ve already booked for the winter. (They may have one, but I don’t see on website or haven’t asked). Didn’t check out the bathrooms due to being self contained. We would’ve loved to have been able to get to the lake but they don’t mow within 15-20’ of it. The topping on the cake was the sunset!!! So $30/night FUH with complete peace and quiet TOTALLY worth it!!!