The best camping near A.H. Stephens State Park

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Deerfield Farms

7 sites · RVs, Tents48 acres · Mitchell, GA
Learn more about this land:Deerfield farms is a quiet property west of Historic Augusta Ga. Home of the Masters very secluded and private. Less than two hours east of Atlanta and less than 2 and half hours from Savannah.
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Unity Family Farm.

10 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Gibson, GA
Learn more about this land: We offer primitive camping & RV boonedocking on a farm setting. We have fire pits and large sites. Generators are allowed. Out door shower and electric. Hamburg State Park is close by. You can bring your horse and pets. Nice quiet location to relax and enjoy nature. Working on expanding and adding more sites. Come on out and feel welcome.
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Wiley Roost RV Park

4 sites · RVs20 acres · Edge Hill, GA
Down a old dirt road in historic Washington County Georgia nestled under the shade of multiple live oaks is Wiley Roost RV Park. This secluded park consists of 4 RV sites accommodating most size RVs and travel trailers, 30 and 50 Amp sites available.Learn more about this land:Pull in under the beautiful live oaks. Enjoy your morning coffee listening and watching the huge selection of birds and wildlife. You may get lucky and catch a peek of foxy the red fox or the evening deer and hogs. Enjoy having dinner on one of our picnic tables and after roast marshmallows over our community firepit.
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Coleman Lake Campground

1 site · RV, Tent100 acres · Midville, GA
Welcome to our 54-site full hookup RV Campground, offering cozy cabin rentals and a host of amenities for your enjoyment. Our facilities include a bathhouse, laundry facilities, a serene lake for fishing, a convenient boat ramp, and inviting areas with picnic tables and fire rings. Indulge in the ultimate experience with our on-site restaurant and bar, where you can eat, drink, fish, park, party, and stay the night – all in one place! Conveniently located, we are just 30 minutes away from both Swainsboro, GA, and Louisville, GA. Whether you're seeking a relaxing getaway or an adventurous retreat, we have the perfect spot for you. Our campground is open year-round, ensuring you can enjoy the experience whenever the mood strikes. Join us for a memorable stay in the heart of nature and hospitality.
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Lizardsniffer

3 sites · RVs160 acres · White Plains, GA
Lizardsniffer is a working horse farm with a variety of rental cabins and RV slips. Each RV slip has water, septic, 50 amp service and Wifi. Many of our RV sites feature private fenced paddocks for people bringing their horses or dogs. Horse visitors require all current paperwork (Coggins, etc.). Dog visitors must be social and friendly and thus are allowed to explore the farm with their owners off-leash if desired. The property includes miles of trails for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. Bring your own horse or experienced riders may be able to ride one of ours (subject to weight/experience matching with a horse). There is a small private stocked lake open to all guests of Lizardsniffer for fishing and swimming. At the lake you will find an amenities cabin called Glowy Bobber that has a full bathroom and outdoor shower as well as Kayaks and floats for guest use.
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The Jewell House

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Jewell, GA
Built on historic "Jewell On The Green" in 1895, this charming Victorian home boasts over 40 acres of mostly native land with a half mile of riverfront as well as a pond.  Learn more about this land:The Jewell House is an 1895 Victorian home with a large front porch and picturesque 'village green" view.  Most of our over 40 acres are native and we have a half mile of riverfront to explore.  Stay in comfort but enjoy daily hikes, bike rides, fishing, hunting, etc.
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Still Creek preserve

2 sites · RVs, Tents121 acres · Bartow, GA
3 sites available, 50 amp service, 2 sites are covered(30x40), all are pull through
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Untamed Honey Glampsites

6 sites · Lodging10 acres · Lincolnton, GA
The newest trend of glamping, short for glamourous camping has redefined roughing it. Let the stars be your nightlight as you fall asleep listening to the sound of crickets serenading you. In the morning you wake up warm and cozy in your luxury comfort bed. At Untamed Honey Glampsites, you can have both. Embrace nature without giving up the comforts of home. Our hive consists of six unique luxury Luna Bell Tents nestled among the Georgia pines on the tranquil shores of ClarksHill Lake in historic Lincoln County. You will have all the modern conveniences and amenities mixed with the simplicity and peacefulness of the great outdoors. Globally, glamping is exploding, and we are committed to providing you with an unrivaled experience. With a variety of different sleeping accommodations, all with their own unique personalities, we know you will find the perfect fit for you! Whether you are reuniting with your best friends, reconnecting with family or having a romantic getaway, we can’t wait to help you plan a beautiful escape. We offer a boutique style glamping experience.
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Davisboro Campground and RV Privet

11 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Riddleville, GA
Davisboro Campground and RV Park is a privet camp, for environmentally friendly people. Bring your solar panels, we got the water and a dump station. Quiet peaceful site. We are nestled among 5 acres of natural peaceful land, in Davisboro Georgia. Davisboro Campground and RV Park features over 20 trailer RV, Pop-up, and Tent sites. Your next great trip awaits!"
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Duff's Farm

4 sites · RVsBlythe, GA
Duff's Farm is a quiet property just outside historic Augusta, GA, home of the Masters. You can camp in total privacy within hours of Aiken, Atlanta, Savannah, Fort Gordon, and Augusta.Learn more about this land:Privacy is key when staying in the wooded area of our 30 acre farm. Pitch a tent where you like or sleep under the stars. Only a few minutes walk away from the main house but you'll feel like you're in the middle of nowhere. Feel free to hike in or park close to your campsite. Bring 4 wheel vehicles to cruise around the back pastures.
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Pine Forest with lakes

2 sites · Tents50 acres · Warrenton, GA
Learn more about this land:Fishing is catch & release There are walks Beautiful views Very Peaceful Country Getaway Get the kids off their tablets and experience the great outdoors 20 mins drive to Civilization, shops & restaurants.
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Hesed Homestead

1 site · Lodging10 acres · North Augusta, SC
REST and REFUEL with some outdoor therapy at our primitive glampsite. The peace and even healing that can occur from spending time in nature has hugely impacted our lives-- so much so that we wanted to create a space for others to enjoy as well. This cozy retreat is nestled into the woods overlooking our spring-fed pond on our 9.5 acre homestead. While the location is only minutes away from bike trails, walking paths by the river, and our local downtown restaurants/ shops, our unique space on our property makes you feel as though you have escaped into the mountains. We are thrilled for you to enjoy the beauty of our land. Enjoy kicking back around a cozy campfire in our fire pit on the deck, or follow the trail to the spring-fed pond for fishing, canoeing or swimming. We also have provided an eno hammock for your use!
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The best camping near A.H. Stephens State Park guide

Overview

About

A pretty park with three fishing lakes and over 1,177 acres, A.H Stephens State Park is known as an equestrian’s paradise. There are full facilities to make riding easier on you, and 19 miles of trails to trot around on. The Confederate museum in the park boasts one of the best collections of Civil War artifacts anywhere in Georgia and A.H. Stephen’s former home here, Liberty Hall, has been nicely renovated and is open for tours. Other structures in the park feature Colonial and Revival architecture.

Aside from the solid educational opportunities, visitors also enjoy aquatic activities on several mill ponds, peaceful nature trails and geocaching. There are also a number of special events throughout the year including a fishing rodeo, Fourth of July celebration, and a ghoulish Halloween evening in tribute to Mister Stephens.

Notable campgrounds

  • Lakeside Cottages - Enjoy the comfort of a fully-equipped cottage by the water's edge, perfect for a peaceful retreat.
  • Modern Campground - Set up your tent or park your RV in a well-maintained area with convenient access to park facilities.
  • Equestrian Campsites - Designed for horse lovers, these sites offer stables and direct access to extensive riding trails.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early, especially if you plan to visit during peak seasons or holidays, as sites fill up quickly.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and to enjoy the park's tranquility.
  • Keep an eye on cancellations, which can provide last-minute opportunities for popular dates.
  • Explore nearby camping options if the park is fully booked, ensuring you still have a base to enjoy the area.

When to go

The best time to visit A.H. Stephens State Park is during spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural beauty is at its peak. Summer offers full access to all activities but can be hot. Winters are quieter but cooler, with some facilities possibly closed.

Know before you go

  • Always check the weather forecast and dress appropriately for outdoor activities.
  • Be aware of park hours, which are from 7am to 10pm, with the office open from 8am to 5pm.
  • Remember to purchase a Georgia ParkPass for vehicle entry, available at the park office.
  • For equestrian trail use, a negative coggins test for each horse is required.
  • Accessibility information is available for those with special needs; contact the park for details.

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