We crossed the Florida/Georgia line as we headed north on I-75 leaving O’Leno State Park. We only drove 1 hour and 45 minutes north to our next campground Reed Bingham State Park in Adel, Georgia.
What a pleasant surprise to see how beautiful this campground was and very well maintained. The sites are well spaced apart and every spot is good as you will see on this video. Some offer full hook-up and some electric & water.
There is a beach area and quite a few pavilions for large groups. There seemed to be quite a few events and cookouts going on over the weekend. There is also a great restaurant at the entrance of the park called Catfish House which opens at 3 PM. The food there was delicious and the service was excellent!
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Reed Bingham State Park Website: https://gastateparks.org/ReedBingham
Catfish House Restaurant website: https://www.company5catfishhouse.com/