Very friendly hosts - MWR told us there was plenty of space so we showed up without reservations - CG was FULL. Hosts found us a temporary site and provided adapters so we could share hookups with an existing site. They stated they never turn anyone away. 2 Nice lakes that should be good for fishing. Many very long term residents.
Grassy Pond is a small rustic campground with gravel back-in and pull-thru sites. It is located 26 miles south of MOODY AFB making trips to the base a long one. A WAL-MART is located about 15 miles to the north of the campground. The campground is in need of repair. The gravel roads inside the campground had potholes impossible to avoid. The cable TV hook-up once there, no longer works. The 3.1 mile hiking trail is nice however the walking bridges are in need of repair. There are a couple long term, permanent campers located near the entrance of the campground. These campers are in need of repair or removal. Debris and 2 broken down boats are also in the area of the permanent RVrs. Activities involve nightly card games and dominos played in the "Round House" located in the center of the campground. Also the community fire pit located in the center of the campground burns almost nonstop in the winter. Thursday night POT luck dinners and Sunday morning breakfast (camp host sponsored) for 3.50 a person. I rented a cabin for visiting family and had to clean the cabin to bring it up to standard and the heater failed to work. Bottom line is Grassy Pond could be a nice park with more involvement by management.
Good rental trailers. RV sites looked good, though have yet to try them. Good location, not too far off the beaten path. Valdosta (Wild Adventures Park) is just around the corner. Good shopping/eateries nearby. Easy access to interstate. Friendly staff, good grounds, overall nice area. Will visit again.
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