If you’re on a road trip around the endearing state of Georgia, take a break at Cecil Bay RV Park and find yourself pleasantly surprised by the park's ambiance. The folks who run the park will welcome you and help get the RV hooked up to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer with a smile and a handshake. In this neck of the woods, hospitality reigns supreme, with nicely spaced, level gravel sites surrounded by grass and shaded by mature, trees -- a hark back to the park's days as an orchard.
All sites are pull-through and come complete with good connections to the internet and cable TV, plus access to a picnic table and fire ring. The fees for staying a night are $31 for RV campers, and $12 to pitch a tent under the shade of an old pecan tree.
The park is near the interstate, with some traffic noise heard -- though the convenience of a nearby town offering stores, restaurants, and the nearby Motorsports Park isn't a bad trade for a little road noise.
A clubhouse features a working kitchen and a tidy venue for local events or visiting RV groups. There's nothing more relaxing than casting a line in the fish-packed lake or teaming up with other campers for a game of horseshoes or table-tennis. Restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are maintained to a good standard.
There’s no reason to leave the family pooch behind -- the welcome mat extends to our four-pawed pals. The standard rule of keeping your canine on a leash is wise to follow, due to the busy road close to the park. Pet parents are asked to supply their own litter bags and pick up their fur-angel's waste. The grounds are a city dog's dream, with plenty of trees to investigate and a ton of grassy areas for exercise.
If you love the great outdoors, a visit to Reed Bingham State Park, only 10 minutes from the camp, will open a world of fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing opportunities. Woofers are allowed to explore the state park on a lead no longer than 6 feet, making a stay at Cecil Bay RV Park a paw-some choice for short or long-term campers.