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Reed Bingham State Park, Adel

4.5
#38 of 71 in Nature in Georgia
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4.5
  • Nice quite park with water access you can camp out really nice for a family outing with the kids I would recommend it  more »
  • Amazing park and campground. Big sites with extra clean restrooms. This was our first trip, but not our last! The only negative was the gnats..... they wee terrible once the weather warmed up.  more »
  • The park provided adequate space and ambience for our pastors retreat. Nature's scenery, lakes clean restrooms were a bonus.Peace!  more »
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  • I love this park. There are lots of trees around to hang hammocks from, plenty of picnic areas with benches and grills and even a few with shelters over them. The lake offers lots fun including water vehicles, swimming, and fishing either by boat or via a few docks setup around the park. There are even a few fishing areas along the river that you can access by walking the Little River Trail which is along a long wooden bridge through the swampy wooded areas along the lake. There are quite a few shelters all along the park, plenty of restrooms, there is a shower setup just beside the beach to clean your self off. You can play Put-Put and beach volleyball, and there is a nice playground as well. There is also a nice RV / Camping area inside the park. And for those that play Pokemon Go, the whole park is a really nice nest. The nesting pokemon spawns multiple at every pokestop in the park and several out in the wild.
  • I love this park! I enjoy peaceful walks through the campground and to the lake. The camp hosts are always on the ball, courteous and mindful. Clean bathouses!
  • The water was so nasty... we saw dead fish floating in the water, so we quickly got out and then realized that we were covered in some kind of brown algae... it stuck to all the hairs on our body!!! We were quite traumatized by the whole experience.
  • Fantastic state park to spend a night or two (or more), especially during the week. Weather was perfect in April. Pleasant hiking trails, nice cycling. Beautiful lake / river for kayaking.
  • Small and outdated. Playgrounds need to be upgraded and expanded. The swimming area needs a slide. This place has potential but needs more tax funds from the state. I'll spend an extra ten dollars and just go to Florida instead.