When traveling north of south From Florida and Atlanta, we normally take 2 days. We have explored different options of places to stay including the Georgia National Fairground, which is fine but has no internet access. This time we wanted to be able to get on someone else’s internet and decided to give Fair Harbor RV Park a try.
Fair Harbor is a very inexpensive simple to get to, nice stopover park. The spots were level, internet worked and the turns getting in and out were easy. The park is a little crowded but nothing to bad. Very nice walking trails, little noise and no fuss.
Video Flyover we did with the Drone of the Park
Site quality = 3.5/5
The sites are mostly gravel and have full hookups. Most of the sites we saw were designed for Big Rigs to come in with a tow car and then later pull out without ever dehitching the car. Some of the turns may be a bit tight but definitely doable. we asked for a site that supported satellite and got it. Did not try there cable access. You are pretty close to your neighbors but we fine for a stopover.
The Internet worked here but it was a little spotty
Pet friendliness = 5/5
Fair Harbor has nice walking trails and I believe a petting zoo!. No questions were asked about how many dogs we saw few other animals while we were here
Overall rating = 4.0
BONUS ALERT = Good cheap stopover stop when heading north or south
We have been coming to Perry for years to go to the Georgia National Fairgrounds to compete in Agility. There is a restaurant less than a mile from Fair Harbor called THe Oil Lamp which is simply wonderful.
We have been told it is owned by a Mennonite family and they cook up some of the freshest wonderful home cooking. Everything we have ever had here is great. Fair prices and worth the drop by.
Closed on Saturdays and Sundays