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Our 20 acre Park is located on both sides of Mineral Springs Creek and adjoins the Historic Mineral Springs. 5 acres on one side of the creek are devoted to RV camping with 26 full hookup sites. On the other side there are 3 acres devoted to RV sites with 12 full hookups. You pay for utilities and they rent for $150 per month. These sites are also for sale. The remaining 12 acres are devoted to tent camping.
All sites have city water, sewer, with 30/50 amp service. We have free cable tv at all sites (71 channels). We also have free cable tv at the pavillion, and in the laundromat. All sites have hard wired telephone available, which you have to purchase from the telephone company (for long term campers only). We have free WIFI, and there are clear look angles for satellite TV. We are open all year, and the owner/manager lives on site. We appreciate long term campers, and winter storage is available in your regular site. Be sure to bring your fishing gear. We are "The Trout Capitol of Georgia". Be sure to visit "URLS FOR EVERYTHING" to see great fishing information from TVA and Trout Unlimited.
There are 12 acres where you can camp, anywhere you like. A lot of good sites are located next to the Park's private roads. There is free firewood laying on the ground. All facilities are included for $7.50 (plus 5% tax) per person. See the "FEES" link, for more information. See the "TENT CAMPING" link for more details and photographs. We are pet friendly, and ATV friendly for adults (if you have a quiet muffler). See the "PARK RULES" link, for more information.
In 2009, a camper found what is know as flower gold, and picker gold in the Park, in Mineral Springs Creek. Bring a gold pan, and see if you can find some. We do not guarantee you will find anything, but it is worth a try! A nugget weighting 4.5 pounds, was found at Whitepath, which is 7 miles from here. See the "GOLD PANNING" link for more details and photographs.
Please visit the links, for more information and photographs.
Thank You, for taking the time, to read this far. I wish you "Happy Trails" and "God Bless". Richard Penley