This Thanksgiving holiday we met up with our son at Reed Bingham State Park for a holiday feast. This park is located just outside of Adel, Ga very close to interstate 75. The easy access was great and did not produce a problem for us as we pulled in after dark. The park is spread out on each side of a lovely lake. There are three small islands you can paddle to and one had paddle in camping! How cool is that!? The island accommodates up to 30 campers. The main campground is lovely and is divided into two loops. One allows tents along with travel trailers up to Class A campers and the other is travel trailers and up only. There are several premium sites with water, sewer and electric hook ups. A dump station is also on site. The camp sites are flat and well maintained. There is laundry available and also large clean restrooms and showers. And a family restroom/shower is available too.
The seven miles of trails are flat and easy to walk. They are well maintained and were marked for the numerous gopher tortoises that nest there. The lake is beautiful and very large. Sorry i dont know how large but it is a fishermans dream! We spent six days at this park and there were boats on the lake every day.
The camp host are friendly and have lots of fire wood for sale or bikes to rent. They even have a bike that looks like an ecliptical. It was a lot of fun and quite a work out too!
This is also one of only a few Georgia parks that offer a discount for 30 day stays. Very friendly to our snowbird friends. Be sure to ask for the discount during the November to February time of year.
All in all we had a great time at this lovely park and would recommend it. If you do stay be sure to visit the town of Moultrie. It's quant and the people are lovely.