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This is our 10th park in 2 months and one of our favorites. Our spot had a great view of the lake, the parking pad was flat, and the picnic table and fire pit were well placed. Though we only use our own facilities, the...More
We stayed at one of the cottages on the lake - extremely well kept and comfortable with a very attentive staff. We had everything we needed to make our visit memorable. Many things to do in the area or just kick back and relax.
Indian Springs is not a bad state park and is worth a visit BUT there are better state parks that have more activities. High fall State park just up the road from Indian Springs is a better state park and has more things to do...More
This park/campground is an hour away from home so we often go there for a quick weekend getaway. I like the new system of site specific spots. It takes away some of the stress of driving through the park to find a spot. I wish...More
Camped here for two nights with a travel trailer. Lots of spaces with electric and water. Very well laid out. Clean level sites, with gravel, fire ring and picnic bench. Sites are side by side and not isolated, but feels very homey. Very clean bathrooms....More
We stopped here on the way from Florida to Tennessee. We were pleased with the campground. Nice camping spaces, well-marked and easily accessible with a camper. The whole park was very clean and well-maintained. The area around the park looks very interesting from an historical...More
We only stayed at the park one night, on our way home from a trip. But we loved the park and absolutely fell in love with the surrounding area. Everyone we met was so friendly! The park is one of the oldest in the US...More
My family enjoys the benefit of the spring water we collect every other month. Additionally, we enjoy walks, picnics, etc. The facility is clean, well managed, and tranquil. Visitors have good energy. Enjoy. Five dollar parking pass can be checked out at a local Georgia...More
We discovered this State Park quite by accident and loved the old stone buildings and the oldest former residence that is now the park office. This park was the site of the Treaty of Indian Springs whereby the Native Creeks ceded their remaining lands in...More
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All pets are allowed in GA State Parks must be on leash no longer than 6 ft long. Fee for parking is 5.00. You can get annual pass for 50.00 and unlimited visits in GA State Parks for year from date of issue. No extra fee... More
All pets are allowed in GA State Parks must be on leash no longer than 6 ft long. Fee for parking is 5.00. You can get annual pass for 50.00 and unlimited visits in GA State Parks for year from date of issue. No extra fee for pets.