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Mistletoe Park, Appling

4.5
#151 of 385 in Parks in Georgia
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ACCOMMODATIONS & FACILITIES:

1,920 Acres

72,000-Acre Lake

10 Cottages ($150-165, higher during Masters Week)

- #1 and #10 are dog friendly ($50 per dog, max 2)

Camper Cabin (sleeps 4, $55)

92 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites ($28-$32) -- some sites close during winter

4 Walk-In Campsites ($15)

3 Backcountry Campsites ($10/person)

Pioneer Campground ($65)

5 Picnic Shelters ($35, call park for Shelter #5 reservations).

Group Shelter (seats 155, $75)

Beach House (seats 75, $95 Monday-Thursday, $250 (Friday-Sunday)

Check us out often for special rates and promotions.

*Rates subject to change without notice.*

THINGS TO DO & SEE:

Fishing

Boating - 3 ramps

Canoe Rental (overnight guests only, seasonal)

Lake Swimming (sand beach, seasonal)

Hiking and Bicycling - 12-mile backpacking trail and 3.5 miles of nature trails.

GeoCaching

Playground
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Mistletoe Park reviews

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TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.5
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TripAdvisor
  • What has happened to this beautiful, clean park. We’ve been camping here for a couple years, multiple trips per years. We just returned from our fall trip so disappointed, the new bath house looks.....  more
    What has happened to this beautiful, clean park. We’ve been camping here for a couple years, multiple trips per years. We just returned from our fall trip so disappointed, the new bath house looks.....  more »
  • One of the best parks we have ever camped in. Sites are roomy and spaced far enough apart the you have some level of privacy. The bathhouse, while dated, was very clean, and the staff we dealt with.....  more
    One of the best parks we have ever camped in. Sites are roomy and spaced far enough apart the you have some level of privacy. The bathhouse, while dated, was very clean, and the staff we dealt with.....  more »
  • We camped in site #82 4 nights and loved it all except for a trail experience. But first - our lovely site sat high on a NW facing bluff. It has an odd little deck with a sliding gate - great if we....  more
    We camped in site #82 4 nights and loved it all except for a trail experience. But first - our lovely site sat high on a NW facing bluff. It has an odd little deck with a sliding gate - great if we....  more »
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  • We found a park that we want to come back to and stay for a while. We had a waterfront lot that was perfect. There was an electric, water and a dump site. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park is well maintained. Clean bathrooms. Xfinity mobile reception was excellent. Our TV antenna picked up 6 stations and reception was pretty good.
  • We enjoyed camping out on the lake. Having electricity tent camping in March made for an all around enjoyable weekend. Clean restrooms. Nice water views from nearly every site. Con, not a lot of privacy. We had a nice blend of RV and tent campers at the park during our stay so that helped with night privacy. Overall, would definitely recommend and I won’t say I would return- I’m already planning to return lol I will be returning.
  • This is a fantastic state park with campground. We stayed 3 nights at site 14, a water view site. Driving around the campground we saw lots of great sites. You can’t go wrong! It was clean and pretty level. Hiking was great as well. Paths were color coded and wide, with not much elevation. Lake water looked a bit low. Not many folks on the water but we camped mid week. We stopped in the visitor center and asked about the park name. They said it would be hard to find mistletoe this time of year but we did. Check out out pictures.
  • Was a great weekend at campsite 81! My husband, our dog and I hiked the campground trail loop and connected to the beach trail and back one day and the next day we did Rock Dam trail ( almost 7 mile trail) and we got to see the back country campsites and they looked great. When we come back we'd definitely go for Campsite C in the backcountry bc you could hike the 4 miles in but you could also kayak in! Great staff and clean facilities at the regular campsites. All other dogs and people were friendly. Can't wait to return!
  • Absolutely gorgeous park. Great for fishing, hiking, boating or just relaxing in nature. We saw tons of birds, lots of squirrels, 4-5 different groups of deer and even some cool lizards. So incredibly quiet and peaceful. The water was like glass. We stayed in the cottages and they were spotlessly clean. 2 bathrooms and a fire place. Large open livingroom/dinning area. Kitchen was well equipped. There was also a charcoal grill and fire pit outside with picnic table. Short walk to the water to cast your pole or just take in the beauty of your surroundings. Cannot wait to stay again.

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