Stephen C. Foster State Park | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
55.1 masl
Phone:
None
Contributor:
brawoweb

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Description

Nice place in the Okefenokee Swamp.
Quit and a beautiful place with Wildlife. Especially for Alligators.

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Nice campground with a boardwalk to check out. $36 for the night with water/electric. No sewer but dump station. Sites are on the smaller side, but pull thrus available. Only complaint was the showers at the comfort station - terrible water pressure but at least they were hot!

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Campground has Exceptional vegetation but many potholes in in the small road through the campground. Superior laundry room, bathrooms/showers. Right now end of November, campground is empty.

Some cabins in use but not worth $165 per night (2/2 with four beds, kitchen, living room).

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Fantastic. Quiet, lots of wildlife, star gazing and relaxed atmosphere. They recently installed hot showers and have laundry!

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Truly a lovely campground. Stars are amazing, showers are clean, dog friendly (except in boats!), and there’s boat rentals for cheap at the trading post!! The website says “2 night minimum” for weekends but there was only one night available and I was able to book through calling the trading post/welcome center directly. FYI if this happens to you!

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Visited this park for the dark site remote location, and sky was quite beautiful at night. There is a trading post with a small selection of items to choose from if you forget something. Some of the campsites are quite closely packed together, so make sure to look at the map when booking and see if you can find a more isolated spot to not be squished up against others. I stayed at Site #5 and would recommend it.

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Private and beautiful park. Very quiet during the week. They have several trails, but the main draw at this park is kayaking and canoeing. They offer boat tours at the camp office, and have a small store there as well. Dark sky campsite. Views of the stars are amazing. No cell service on Verizon. Camp office has free Wi-Fi and places to sit while you connect. Hiking trails are unremarkable.

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Stayed here during a few days of non-stop rain that kept us from exploring. Campground is nice, organized and clean. Most campers are serious and there to canoe the river. We stayed in site# 10 and if I were doing it again I would pick one on the inside ring (odd numbers). The site got pretty boggy, turned into mud. Comparitively, site 9,11, and 13 were better. While still wet, the ground stayed firm. Good trading post shop. BRING SUPPLIES THOUGH! No real grocery or outfitter for miles.

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Super quiet family friendly, very clean restroom. Will visit again! Great place for a shake down run for a new coach. BRING Bug Spray!!!

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Nice place in the Okefenokee Swamp.
Quit and a beautiful place with Wildlife. Especially for Alligators.

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