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Stephen C. Foster State Park

17515 Hwy 177    Fargo  GEORGIA  US  31631    (800)864-7275 17515 Hwy 177,  Fargo, GEORGIA, 31631

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Reviews

birdman62

June 14,2011

this is my favorite camp ground in georgia.it has 2 board walks,camping for tents and rv's it also has some cabins for the city folks.you'll see gators a variety of birds maybe even the red cockaded woodpecker,deer,raccoon,possumand fox roaming around rarely giving you mucg notice.you can rent a canoe or a motor boat for family trips deep into the swamp,they also give a tour on a pontoon boat to billy bobs island.you can also fish there as well but check wwith the rangers to make sure of the do's and donts.they have a swing up by the boat dock i use to use a flash lite and see red dots in the canal as it filled with gators.over all i dont really consider this a place for kids but for the hardcore nature freak its great.also they've had fire restrictions every since i 1st went there,and there are warnings of deer tics which carry lime disease but in all my yr's i've never had a tic on me.the last time i was there,their were 2 mom and pop restaurants one good the other not so good so if you wanna eat out valdosta's the closest town with decent food.

herbiesmomma

November 12,2009

This campground is beautiful. You check in at the camp store by the marina. Upon arrival, we were warmly greeted and checked in right away. They have three sizes of campsites, I think it was 25, 40, of 50 foot. We got the largest site, but any of them would have worked for us tent campers. The comfort stations were small but clean. Actually, we saw them come to clean at least once daily. There were hot showers which were great. They also have washers and dryers which were constantly in use. There are picninc areas, interpretive center/museum, and nature trails. At the marina they had boats, canoes, and kayaks available to rent. We went on two boat tours offered by the park which were great. If you really want to get back to nature- this is a great place. We had deer, owls, woodpeckers, lizards, and much more in our campsite each day. We will be back for sure!

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birdman62, Nomad Nonny, herbiesmomma, MtnEmt38, Julie, njm1216,