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Bobby Brown Park

2509 Bobby Brown State Park
706-359-3458

This pretty park offers water sport enthusiasts easy access to Clarks Hill Lake, the second-largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi River.  The 71,100-acre reservoir is nestled on the Georgia-South Carolina border, north of Augusta.  A boat ramp is open year-round, and the self-reservation campground is open seasonally.  Park visitors can explore nearly two miles of wooded trails and take a self-guided land navigation/compass course. 



Reviews

Patricia King

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Friday, July 6, 2018
I camp here every year. Nice campgrounds, clean bathrooms and showers. Great hosts who really care about the job they do. Alot of support to improve the Park thanks to Elberton commissioners who have taken over management and improvements which have made a tremendous difference in the quality of this park, new improvements of this park, and efforts to make this park the best family park in this area. Manager Danny Burt with his experience, knowledge, and great staff, are the ones who work to keep rules followed, safety in place, and keep everything g looking great.

Andy Woodall

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Sunday, May 6, 2018
The campsites are always clean and the park workers are always friendly. We stay on the savanna side near clydes shed it is a beautiful area

David Slaton

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Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017
The staff is super friendly! The park is meticulously clean! I could not find any trash no where. I have not camped here for years, and came for Labor Day and it is one of my favorites now. You should call ahead, since the park fills quickly.

James Richey

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Monday, April 30, 2018
Nice park the campground is small didn't stay there just road thru.

Amanda Wilkie

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Monday, Feb. 5, 2018
Family loves to go camping here. We always have a great time. There is something for everyone.

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