Location: Franklin Springs, Georgia
Webpage: Georgia State Park
General Description: Victoria Bryant State Park is a relatively small state park, only 502 acres, that is a combination golf course and natural park. It is advertised as one of Georgia’s “best kept secret” being situated northeast of Atlanta and only a few miles from Interstate 85. It has a small stream, two fishing ponds, a swimming and picnic area, and a small campground with 27 sites for tents or RVs. RV sites are available with full hookups including sewer and a modern bathroom.
1) We only stayed overnight at Victoria Bryant on our way to North Carolina, so we did not have a chance to see any of the park except the campsite. However, the camping area was beautiful with spacious sites on top of a wooded slope. Many of the sites were pull-through and we took advantage of one of those. Being a Monday night the park was only about 25% full, but we understand from the camp host that it will fill up on the weekends during the fall. Being only 27 sites for RVs it was the smallest park we had stayed in so far.
2) The bathroom was clean and relatively new with a heated shower area. We found the bathroom to be well lit at night, however, the walk to the bathroom was dark enough for a flashlight due to the location we choose.