Campground Review: Victoria Bryant State Park, Georgia.

Friday, October 10, 2014

When we saw the sign on I-85 pointing left for Victoria Bryant State park we were exhausted and hoping for a restful nights sleep. I have seen several state parks in my life, some of them don't even have gravel in the campsites. We were exhausted and this seemed to be the closest place to stay for a night before we entered Atlanta.

We had to drive about twelve miles off of the interstate to find this hidden treasure. We arrived right before the office closed and the office attendant was ever so helpful. She gave us a map that included hiking trails and pointed out the spots where we would have the best views of the natural springs running through the park.

As this was our very first experience ever in a campground we found the directions for picking your spot and setting up camp to be super simple.

This park did have a lot of hills, but the roads were all paved and there were plenty of spaces big enough to maneuver a motor-home. We saw a few 40 footers and fifth wheel campers driving around.

We chose a spot directly across from the bath house, which was very clean, and were able to back right in to our home for the night.

Our space was huge, we were nestled into a cozy space and because of the way the spots were angled felt like we had plenty of privacy.

Cell phone signal is limited, and state parks are known for not having free wifi. We enjoyed the time un-plugged from the world and settled in for the night with long chats and cuddles.

We woke up in the morning feeling totally refreshed and ready to tackle the traffic around Atlanta.

The only thing I regret about this park was how short our stay was, if we were in the area we would definitely stay again!

Overall, I would rate this state park with five out of five stars!

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