Reed Bingham State Park
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Grab your gear, load up your RV, and travel to Georgia’s popular Reed Bingham State Park. This beautiful park is a perfect place for RV camping as you escape a hectic schedule and enjoy the Peach State’s great outdoors. Located in the southern area of the state, visitors find the 375-acre Lake Reed Bingham the main attraction. There are endless opportunities to get out on a boat, ski, or fish. If you want to explore more of the park by boat, there are guided pontoon boat tours. Visitors might also see the unique wildlife of this area, including buzzards, bald eagles, or even an alligator.
A great place for reunions or a birthday party, the park offers a beachside pavilion and a variety of shelters, making it the perfect spot for a picnic. If you want to stretch your legs, plan to hike the Coastal Plain Nature Trail in which visitors can find nearly 80 percent of the Coastal Plains plant community. RV campsites provide full hookups, wheelchair accessibility, a bathhouse with showers, laundry, and a sink to clean dishes. So whether you're driving a Class B or hauling a trailer, you'll be able to camp in comfort. With year-long programs to keep you busy while enjoying the outdoors, every day is a good day to visit Reed Bingham State Park.

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Traveling in your RV to Reed Bingham State Park will be a breeze! Located in Adel, Georgia, the park is a quick drive west once you exit I-75. The park is well marked with signage to guide you as you leave the city life for the country. Accessible to all types of vehicles, you will find that the park grounds easy to navigate. Internal roads are paved for easy traveling.


If you are visiting the park for the day, there are several places to park, but you will need to pay a small fee. Parking lots are located near the boat launch, picnic pavilions, and near some of the trailheads.
If you are parking your rig at the campground, spots are spacious for privacy and well-maintained with level, crushed gravel campsites. The many pull-through sites are great for any overnight travelers that need to rest for a night or two when on a road trip. You will enjoy how easy it is to get your motorhome in and out of the park. As a clean, well-maintained park, you will not have any problem accessing Reed Bingham State Park with your rig to make memories for years to come.

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Campgrounds and parking in Reed Bingham State Park

Campsites in Reed Bingham State Park

Reservations camping

Tifton KOA

Enjoy the quiet setting of the Tifton KOA. Located near Reed Bingham State Park and the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Villiage, you are yours will not be left twiddling your thumbs during your stay. The campground is pet and equine friendly, situated in a grove of lovely pecan trees, and offers friendly service and hospitality. Take a relaxing stroll around the campground and soak up the stunning Georgia sunsets. Take a dip in the pool or fulfill your fishing fantasies at one of the two catch-and-release fishing ponds stocked with bass and catfish. Kids are sure to enjoy the playground and horseshoes games. The nearby small town of Tifton offers charm and hospitality, as well as shops and restaurants. The campground's general store has ice cream for kids of all ages and everything else that might be needed for an enjoyable stay. Firewood and propane are available on-site for purchase. The campground is equipped to accommodate big rigs with massive 120-foot pull-through sites. Wi-Fi is available throughout the park, and many sites offer cable television.

Reed Bingham State Park Campground

After a weekend here, you will want to place Reed Bingham State Campground on your list of favorite places for RV Camping. Rated first-class by many visitors, this state park provides an array of amenities, including laundry facilities, a campground kitchen, free Wi-Fi in the camp office, and spacious campsites able to accommodate rigs up to 50 feet in length. Most sites are pull-through, but you may find a few that require you to back-in. All 46 sites have electricity, but only 20 provide full hookups. However, there is a dump station on the premises for your convenience.
Reservations are strongly encouraged if you plan on camping in the park because when the sites are full - they’re full. The campground is open year-round, and reservations can be made up to 14 months in advance.

Seasonal activities in Reed Bingham State Park


Pontoon Tours

Spend some time outside of your Airstream relaxing on Lake Reed Bingham and Little River during your camping trip to Reed Bingham State Park. Travel through the park on a pontoon boat and view the wildlife, birds, and unique plants around the waterway from a different perspective. You may even see a few nesting bald eagles during this tour. Reserve your spot on the boat by contacting the Visitor Center.


Navigate something else besides your rig and get out in the water with your kayak. With the calm of the water, take in the surrounding beauty of Reed Bingham State Park. Rent a kayak or canoe from the park, or bring your own watercraft along on your trip. There are three boat ramps located inside the park for guests to use. For those looking for a unique way to explore the water, there are guided kayak tours available. Head to the Visitor Center for more information about the tour, and don't miss your chance to soak in some sunshine while you explore this hidden gem of a state park.

BIG Little River Paddle Race

Test your skills on the water during your RV vacation by joining in the fun for the BIG Little River Paddle Race held in the spring. This annual paddle race hosted by Reed Bingham State Park is a fundraiser for WWALS Watershed Coalition and Friends of Reed Bingham. Water sports enthusiasts of all ages are encouraged to enter, and the winner of the race will receive a cash prize. There is a fee to enter, and registration is required before the event.

Mountain Biking

Reed Bingham State Park is home to over seven miles of biking trails. Most of the park's trails are easy to moderate in difficulty, so people of all ages and skill levels will find a route to enjoy. The Gopher Tortoise Bike Loop is a favorite and carves its way through large oaks, longleaf pine, and myrtle. Ride cautiously along this trail as it is named for the tortoises that are commonly seen in this area. For a more strenuous trek, bikers should check out the one mile Yearling Trail and enjoy scenic views over the Little River. Didn't bring your own bike along in the campervan? No problem. The park offers bike rentals available on-site.


Christmas in the Park

Visit the park in your camper during the most wonderful time of the year! You won’t feel bah humbug when you plan an outing for this annual holiday event at Reed Bingham State Park. Gather around the huge bonfires as you enjoy a concert of Christmas music performed by area music students. This old-fashion family-friendly event at the park includes games, hot chocolate, hayrides, and holiday crafts. Bring your camera to capture a visit from Santa Claus under the park’s Christmas tree.

Buzzard Day 5K Run/Walk

Have fun this winter as you stretch your legs in this annual 5K run and walk event. This 5k is named for the buzzards that migrate to the park during the winter. The race is certified and professionally timed, so all participants have accurate times crossing the finish line. There is a fee to participate, and you can register online or at the Visitor Center. Don't forget your running shoes and your energy gels!


Relax during your camping trip as you take a stress-free, easy hike surrounded by the sounds and sights of nature. The Coastal Plain Nature Trail is one of the most diverse trails in the country, and it offers views of the nearly 80 percent of the Coastal Plain’s plant community. Enjoy great views of the waterways, and if you're lucky, a visit from a gopher turtle or a bald eagle. Remember to grab your water from the Sprinter and wear some sturdy shoes for this scenic adventure!


Reed Bingham State Park offers some seriously great fishing opportunities. The lake is teeming with crappie, bass, catfish, and bream. Whether you're fishing off one of the two fishing docks located in the park, casting out from shore, or dropping a line from your boat, you are sure to reel in a keeper. If you didn't bring your own gear along in the motorhome, don't fret. The park has a tackle loaner program that allows you to borrow rods, reels, and tackle boxes for a small fee. Head to the park office for more information about the program.