ARRANGING FOR A ROUND OF GOLF
As a guest in our RV Park, you are invited to play as a guest on our private, 9 hole Donald Ross designed golf course. In these challenging economic times, our membership and level of play is quite modest. As a result, the proshop is generally open and staffed only on weekends. Hence, arranging for electric golf carts is easy on the weekend, but a bit of a challenge during the week. If you are a walker, no problem.
The weekend rate is $30.oo including a cart. The weekday rate is $25.00. No charge for kids under 13 years playing with a paying adult. Walking rates are $5.00 less than the cart rate. The proshop and entrance are on the right end of the clubhouse building.
If you wish to play during the week when the proshop is closed, the only real challenge is arranging for an electric cart. Feel free to visit or try the proshop phone which is 706 678 2046. The best solution is to make prior arrangements for a cart with Mr. LeGette, the park manager. His cell number is 706 401 9636. Sorry to say it, but until we can afford full time staffing, prior planning is the key for weekday cart use and play.
Our members generally play weekends, but also at 1 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. If you will ask for help with carts and payment of greens fees, members will generally pitch in and help.
If you are a walker, its easy. There is a payment drop box and mailbox outside of the proshop. Simply pay and play.
All that being said, do enjoy your round and our 1929 Donald Ross design. Please let faster players, play through. Repair your divots. In an effort to control the spread of covid, please leave the pins in place (no touch). We have removed rakes from the traps to reduce covid transmission risk. Our local, temporary covid rule is to give yourself a playable lie in the traps.
We are quite fond of our historic Donald Ross design and hope you will enjoy your round.
RV Park guests are welcomed to practice on the driving range and on the practice putting green, no charge. Please do not practice on the course however without paying your greens fee.
Our pool is a private pool open to use by our club members, our summer pool members and by our RV Park guests. Your RV Park reservation includes 2 pool passes automatically. If your RV party includes more than 2 swimmers, you can purchase additional swimming passes at the rate of $5.00 per day, per person. You can make this payment on our on line RV reservation system, or just contact our manager to make arrangements.
Please remember that our pool is a swim at your own risk pool. We provide no lifeguards. You are responsible for the safety of your party at all times.
Feel free to bring food and beverages to the pool. Please no glass containers and no alcohol at the pool. Please clean up after yourself and use the trash cans outside the gate.
Please use the restroom in the basement of the pool house and encourage kids to not potty in the pool. Please put the umbrellas down when you leave. Otherwise, our occasional, late afternoon thunderstorms will send them flying and will tear them up.
FISHING FOR RV PARK GUESTS:
RV Park guests are welcomed to fish in the lake or pond. Two fishing passes are included in your RV Park rental. If you have more than 2 fishermen in your RV party, additional passes can be purchased at the rate of $5.00 per day, per person. Payment can be made on the website or in person with the park manager.
You can fish from our dock or from the banks of the lake or pond or from your own boat, kayak or canoe. Electric motors only please. As our pond is a hazard on hole 1 of the golf course, please do not fish from the banks of the pond where it joins with the golf course as golfers will be playing through. Fish from the dam or from the sides away from the golf course.
Please take care to fish and boat safely. You are responsible for the safety of your party. No jet skis or non electric motors please. We are a quiet RV Park. Fishing is limited to club members and RV Park guests. Not open to public fishing. Please use the fish cleaning station below campsite 7. Please do not clean fish at the campsites.
RV Park guests are welcomed to walk or jog on the golf course. We suggest early or late hours when the golfers are not on the course. It is your responsibility to stay out of the way of the golfers as they have the right of way at all times. As our level of play is quite modest, we are sure you can find a good time to get a good walk in on the golf course.
For you serious bicyclers, ready to burn up the road for exercise, you are in luck. We have 12 miles of paved county roads in a loop next to the RV Park. You might encounter a motor vehicle every 2 or 3 miles, so this is not for the kiddies or novice bikers but if you are an experienced road warrior biker, you will be very, very happy. See the bikers map under the “Things to Do” tab on this website. It is also attached to the information package in the information boxes at the entrance to the RV Park.
We have a great motorsports park, AONIA PASS, just 4 miles down the road toward Thomson. It is a great place for your motorcycles and 4 wheelers to race about, make a lot of noise and have much large, loud fun. Our park with its full hookups, shady trees and lake front views give the Aonia Pass racing crowd a real step up for those who would appreciate a spacious and relaxing camp site following a day of racing. We have an auxillary parking lot next to the park for your motorcycle trailers. The Aonia Pass motorcycle crowd is welcomed to camp here, as long as the motorcycle noise is saved for Aonia Pass and not expressed in the park and next to the golf course. Please keep your motorcycles and 4 wheelers on the trailer and not be used in and about the park or golf course. Relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of our park.
In addition to the water fowl visiting our lake, We have added bird feeders to all 8 campsites for your birdwatching enjoyment. The hummers dominate the summer season as they zip and buzz about the park. Migratory gold finches stay with us during the winter months. We hope to attract purple martins and barn swallows for the spring nesting season. Your thoughts about building a more diverse habitat are welcomed.
STUFF TO DO IN TOWN:
It is a short hop of only 4 miles from the RV Park to historic Washington, Georgia. There you will discover numerous antebellum homes, our museum, Callaway Plantation and numerous shopping and dining opportunities. Check with the Chamber of Commerce on the Square downtown for walking tour information. Its a great little town and downtown area. Its a great way to spend an afternoon, walking the town.