Bring the family for a vacation to remember in a wondrous setting of pine trees and ponds at Sugar Mill RV Park, where the hosts make you feel right at home.
The setting is a Georgia plantation with room to breathe and grassy RV sites with full hook-ups to electricity (30/50 amp), sewer, and water, as well as pull-through or back-in access. A picnic table and fire grill offer outdoor barbequing options in an ambiance of secluded peace. The daily rate for RVs and folks wanting to pitch a tent is $30. Furnished cabins are available for travelers desiring the extra comforts of home.
Snowbirds fly south to escape the winter cold and meet up with old friends at Sugar Mill for good times complete with games of shuffleboard and horseshoes. Avid anglers can try their luck at the three fishing ponds. Most sites are in view of the ponds with ducks paddling in the water. The fun doesn’t stop there, as the motivated hosts keep campers happy with live bands, hot-dog fiestas, and poker nights.
The restrooms, showers, and laundry facility are pristine. If you want to stage an event, the camp has a good-sized event room with a fully equipped kitchen.
Sugar Mill RV Park welcomes camping canines and asks their guardians to bring litter bags and keep them on a leash. Cleaning up after your pooch is extra important -- you could be fined $50 if you don't! Playful pups will love the dog walking area with trees, grass, and scents galore. A nearby highway where some noise can be heard makes the on-leash rule extra important for the safety of your furry friends.
A 5-minute drive to the town of Ochlocknee opens a world of Georgian enchantment with gorgeous, historic buildings, plantation tours, and the annual Old South Day, a tribute to the area's origins and cane syrup past. If you’re a fan of roses, take the 10-minute trek to Thomasville, an architectural delight with Victorian homes built by early snow birders as a winter retreat.
Check in to Sugar Mill RV Resort for a night, a week, or "furever!" Peak times are all year round.