Mistletoe State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located on Clarks Hill Lake in Appling, GA, Mistletoe State Park is known for its bass fishing spots. Several boat ramps around the lake provide easy access to the water. If you're visiting the Greater Augusta area, Mistletoe is a great place to explore some shaded nature trails or relax on the sandy beaches. If you plan to go to this park, keep in mind that temperatures can vary throughout the year. You can expect lows in the upper 30s in the winter and the steamy 90s during the summer. 

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Spring 55-77 F
Summer 73-92 F
Fall 57-77 F
Winter 39-57 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Mistletoe State Park

For anglers, Mistletoe State Park is a delightful place to cast your line for a few fish. If you want to stay in the middle of the action, take an RV to the park's 93-spot campground. With an RV rental from RVshare, you'll have the stay of a lifetime. While on the road, you can count on nationwide insurance coverage and 24/7 roadside assistance to keep you protected on your journey.

Heritage RV Park

Heritage RV Park is located in Augusta, and it's close to all the local gas stations, restaurants, and stores. The campground is accommodating for those big rigs, with plenty of space to turn your vehicle around. All the sites feature full hookups and high-speed Wi-Fi. You can even choose premium sites that offer a few more amenities. The daily rates start at $40 per day.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: picnic tables and close location to Augusta

Peach Orchard RV Park

Peach Orchard RV Park is located on the site of the former Flynn's Inn Campground in Augusta. While the management has been in the process of reinventing the old site and campgrounds, you can still book an extended stay spot or a short-term site. All the sites are equipped with electricity, water, and sewer. Daily rates start at $35, and if you plan to stay longer, the fees are $400 per month.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: laundry facilities and renovated campsites

Twin Magnolia RV Park

Located in North Augusta, Twin Magnolia RV Park is the perfect place to camp for your next relaxing getaway. The campground has full hookups for those long-term vacations. You can also enjoy the internet and television at your site. Twin Magnolia prides itself on keeping a clean campground for their patrons. During certain times of the year, they even offer coupons for discounts.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: seasonal rates and spacious sites

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What to Do at
Mistletoe State Park

Inside Mistletoe State Park

If you want to enjoy the great outdoors, then you must visit Mistletoe State Park. This 1,920-acre park is a beautiful place to boat, fish, or swim in the waters. You can also participate in other exciting activities at the park, including geocaching, hiking, and birding. There's also a sand beach, playground, and 10 cottages. 

Outside Mistletoe State Park

Mistletoe State Park is located just outside of Augusta. With its close location to the city, you'll find plenty of places to dine or shop. In addition, there are numerous attractions and entertainment options in the area. 


TBonz Steakhouse

If you're craving steak in the Augusta area, then you'll want to head over to TBonz Steakhouse. This steakhouse serves up certified Angus beef, and many of their steaks are hand-cut in the kitchen. For the past 30 years, the restaurant was voted the "Best Steak in Augusta" by Augusta Magazine.

Type: Steakhouse

Location: 2856 Washington Rd, Augusta, GA 30909

Rhinehart's Oyster Bar

Since 1983, Rhinehart's Oyster Bar has been serving up oysters in the Augusta area. The restaurant looks like a small shack, but that should not discourage you from eating at this restaurant. The bar prides itself as a "beyond casual" oyster bar. While you're there, you can enjoy oysters and homemade bread. They even serve other specialties, such as shrimp and catfish.

Type: Seafood

Location: 3051 Washington Rd, Augusta, GA 30907


For a chic dining experience, you'll want to visit Beck's. This eatery features a brick and wood-clad interior, and they offer upscale seafood. You can order a plate of fresh oysters or try one of the large dinner items. Beck's is known for its extensive wine and beer list. While you're enjoying your meal, you might want to choose a local wine or beer selection.

Type: Seafood

Location: 2111 Kings Way, Augusta, GA 30904


Family Dollar

If you need a few supplies for your vacation, it might be time for a shopping trip. At Family Dollar, you can find a variety of goods at discount prices. This store carries beauty products, household items, and groceries. You can even use the app to get coupons to save on your visit.

Location: 1713 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30904

The Fresh Market

The Fresh Market is a great upscale grocery store in Augusta. This grocery chain offers local produce and fresh meats. If you want to grab something for the road, there's a large selection of prepared sandwiches and salads. You can even pick up wine and beer for your RV trip.

Location: 2701 Washington Rd Ste 12, Augusta, GA 30909

Sprout's Farmers Market

If you want to pick up natural and organic food, then make a stop at Sprout's Farmers Market. This specialty chain offers a wide range of organic and natural grocery items. The deli features Boar's Head Premium products. You can even pick up to-go items at the sandwich, olive, juice, or salad bar. For those wanting fresh sushi, this store creates handmade rolls on a daily basis. This Sprouts location also sells wine and beer.

Location: 630 Crane Creek Dr, Augusta, GA 30907


Augusta Riverwalk

This city park is located along the Savannah River in downtown Augusta. The Augusta Riverwalk sits on top of the city's levee; it starts at 11th Street and winds down to the Gordon Highway bridge. You can visit the Morris Museum of Art, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, or Fort Discovery along the river.

Location: 10th St, Augusta, GA 30901

Phinizy Swamp Park

This 1,100-acre nature park is located in Augusta. The Phinizy Swamp Park features woodland and wetlands, and it's a campus for water research and education. Here, you can see the forests of loblolly trees and cypresses draped in Spanish moss. There are also a few bird species to look out for, including great blue herons, wood ducks, bald eagles, and red-shouldered hawks. Turtles, beavers, muskrats, and water moccasins also make their home at Phinizy. If you do travel to this park, please note that fishing and hunting are not allowed at this protected location.

Location: 1858 Lock and Dam Rd, Augusta, GA 30906

Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home

For a little taste of history, you can visit the boyhood home of Woodrow Wilson, located in Augusta. Wilson was the 28th president of the United States and was a proponent of the League of Nations. In 2008, the home was designated as a National Historic Landmark. Today, you can tour the grounds and house to get an in-depth look at this leader's early life.

Location: 419 7th St, Augusta, GA 30901

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How to Get to
Mistletoe State Park

If you're traveling from downtown Augusta, it's easy to get to Mistletoe State Park. For those traveling from Interstate 20 west, you'll exit at #175. You should take a right and head to Mistletoe Road. At the corner, you need to take a left and follow the road until you see signs for the park. From the east, you need to take exit 175 and make a left. Continue on the road until you reach Mistletoe Road. You'll turn left and head down the road to the park's entrance. 

Entering Mistletoe State Park

Mistletoe State Park is open throughout the day. Those without a camping permit, however, must leave after sunset. 

Mistletoe State Park Per vehicle : $5.0

Mistletoe State Park is an outdoor enthusiasts' paradise where you can find plenty of recreational opportunities for the entire family. If you want to explore with an RV, you should book a rental at RVshare. Our team would love to hear about your travel adventures, so please tag us on social media or send your pictures to [email protected] We might even feature your road trip on our blog.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mistletoe State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Mistletoe State Park?

Mistletoe State Park offers great hiking, wildlife viewing, and scenery year-round. However, many visitors find the temperatures ideal for outdoor activities in late spring and early fall.

What is the climate of Mistletoe State Park?

The summer months at Mistletoe State Park are hot and humid. The winters are very mild with high temperatures in the upper 50s, and the spring and fall months are pleasant.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Mistletoe State Park?

The park is home to birds, wild turkeys, deer, red and gray foxes, and Canada geese. You can view aquatic wildlife from the beach.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Mistletoe State Park?

Mistletoe State Park has 93 camping spots available for motorhome, trailer, and tent camping. Electrical hookups and both back-in and pull-through sites are available. Reserve your spot early if you want a view of the water.

Are pets allowed at Mistletoe State Park?

Pets are welcome in the park and campground. They must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet and be with their owner at all times. Owners are also required to clean up after their pets.