A week at Turner’s Campsites RV Park in Georgia

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We have now been at Turner’s Campsites for a whole week.  Arriving we came in with the rain.  But the rain finally departed mid-week which was good.  How can we possibly get area photos for our clients in a downpour?

Turner’s is a pretty quiet place.  A large park to be sure located right next to a medium sized stream (not a river).  And there are a lot of seasonal campers here.  Apparently the monthly rate is super reasonable (I should have asked for that).  But still at a daily rate of $31.50 per day (if you stay for a week) it isn’t too bad.  We’re right on the stream, our site is big enough for the Airstream, and we don’t have any immediate neighbors so it’s pretty darned private!

The Airs

The light beaming through smoke from a campfire down the way

As the week has gone on I’ve seen folks fishing from across the stream.  There’s road access for locals and every day there’s someone out casting.  I learned from one camper here the reason why the spot is so popular.  They stock the stream.  Watching from our picinic tables you can see the trout swimming against the current.  The water is so clear you feel like you could reach in pick the fish right out of the water.  I haven’t tried it, but I do have a few more days here so anything is possible.

Turner’s doesn’t have a website, so don’t go looking for it.  We did ask, and they’re busy enough without one.  They do show up on the Allstays app, so you can find them that way.  And from what I’ve seen if you’re rolling through and looking for an overnight spot, they seem to have some open sites available.



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