Victoria Bryant State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located just outside Royston and Franklin Springs, Victoria Bryant State Park basks in the rolling hills of Georgia's Piedmont plateau. The 502-acre park features two small ponds for fishing or swimming in the summertime. Additionally, the park boasts an 18-hole golf course, which features water hazards formed by the North Fork of the Broad River. If you didn't bring your clubs, no matter; you can still enjoy the picnic shelters, swimming pool, and short nature trail. The nearest mid-sized city is Athens, which is 30 miles south.

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Spring 49-74 F
Summer 66-87 F
Fall 63-82 F
Winter 36-56 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Victoria Bryant State Park

Visitors traveling through Northern Georgia should be prepared to enjoy traditional mouth-watering Southern cuisine, mobs obsessed with Georgia Bulldogs football, and lots of southern hospitality. You'll be able to soak in the best of the area, including Victoria Bryant State Park's campground, when you travel via RV. If you don't own one, consider getting a rental through RVshare.com.

Lake Hartwell RV Park

Lake Hartwell RV Park in Westminster, South Carolina, is an adults-only campground located about 41 minutes away from Royston. The park is pet-friendly and not far from the 15 different waterfalls in the area. Campsite fees are $40 per day, and for those campers who plan to stay for a week, it will run $240. Located down the road is Lake Hartwell, where campers can spend the day fishing, boating, or bird-watching. Park amenities include:

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Electricity, sewer, and water hookups

  • Picnic tables and fire rings at each site

  • Laundry

  • Ring toss

  • TV room

  • 30- and 50-amp sites

Pine Lake RV Campground

With various 30- and 50-amp RV sites, Pine Lake RV Campground is a great year-round camping spot. You can park your RV in a large site, roast some marshmallows around the fire, and make memories with fellow campers as you experience this hidden gem in the city of Athens, Georgia. Rates start at $42 per night. For fun, campers can take a long hike along the nature trails while looking out for local wildlife. You can also do a bit of fishing, or take your dog over to the designated pet area where they can meet a furry companion or two. Park amenities include:

  • Full hookup 30- and 50-amp sites

  • Restrooms and showers

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Laundry

  • Pet area

  • Cabin rental

  • Handicap accessible restrooms

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What to Do at
Victoria Bryant State Park

Inside Victoria Bryant State Park

Victoria Bryant State Park offers many traditional types of outdoor activities, such as hiking, fishing, and bird-watching. What makes it unique, however, is the full 18-hole golf course located on-site. In addition to spending a full day or weekend playing golf, visitors can practice their bow and arrow skills at the Victoria Bryant State Park Archery Range or spend time geocaching. 

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How to Get to
Victoria Bryant State Park

If you are coming from Atlanta, travel north on highway I-85 and take Exit 160 for Highway 51. Go up the ramp, turn right, and stay on Highway 51 for 10 miles. Turn right at Highway 145 and drive down two miles. Take a left at Highway 29, and go about 100 yards before turning left onto Highway 327. Continue driving to the park entrance on the left.

Entering Victoria Bryant State Park

Victoria Bryant State Park is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Reservations can be made in advance using the park website.

Victoria Bryant State Park Per person daily pass : $5.0

Victoria Bryant State Park Per vehicle (1-12 adults) : $5.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Victoria Bryant State Park

Are there designated RV camping spots in Victoria Bryant State Park ?

At Victoria Bryant State Park, 27 sites have water and electric hookups and can accommodate RVs up to 50 feet in length. Each campsite has a picnic table and a fire ring. There is also a dump station available.

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

Victoria Bryant State park is a hidden gem for viewing autumn colors during peak fall foliage. The weather is also perfect for biking or hiking the park's trails. If you don't have a bicycle, the park will rent you one.

What is the climate of Victoria Bryant State Park ?

Victoria Bryant State Park has all four seasons. Summers are humid, and highs hit 90 degrees. Winters are mild, with the temperature rarely going below 30 degrees. Spring and fall are pleasant, with average temperatures between 55 and 70 degrees.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Victoria Bryant State Park ?

There are two stocked ponds at the park where anglers can catch bass, carp, or catfish. The park also has an observation deck overlooking a 4-acre wildlife food plot where you can observe wild turkeys, foxes, and bobcats.

Are pets allowed at Victoria Bryant State Park ?

Yes, your furry companions are welcome at the park. The interior park roads are great for dog walking, or you may want to take your four-legged family member hiking on one of the trails running along the river.