Warthen RV Park is in the business of creating precious moments to recall with a scenic park that welcomes RVers and offers home comforts with full-connections to electricity (30/50 amp), water, sewer, and complimentary access to the Internet.
Their spacious pull-through sites are gravel, with grassy areas between the neighbors and mature trees lining the perimeter. A picnic table features on-site and you can bring your own gas grill. Propane is available at the park office.
The camp is run by a mother and son who work hard to create a secure retreat for guests to enjoy with clean restrooms, showers, and a laundry, plus reasonable rates at $25 a night.
The setting is rural with a relaxed atmosphere that lets campers bring their precious pets. Owners are generally asked to keep their pooches on a leash no longer than 6 feet and supply litter bags so they can pick up their pet's waste. There are plenty of trees for pups to investigate and open spaces for happy, daily walks. If you are looking to make a reservation and have questions about their pet rules, get in touch with the hosts by phone or through the contact page on their website.
A 10-minute drive lets you discover the southern Georgia town of Warthen, where history is showcased in the historical homes churches, and the old jail built of logs in the late 1700s. Hamburg State Park is a little over eleven miles from the camp, offering a wealth of scenery with a lake for fishing and trails to tempt hikers of all skill levels. Your woofer can accompany you to this park on a leash no longer than 6 feet.
Stop for a night, a season, or make Warthen RV Park your comfy home. Nestle into country living with birds chattering in the trees and an ambiance of quiet solitude. Peak times are holidays and the month of October when the local hunting season begins.