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Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve

Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve

Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve is nestled in the countryside of Austell, Georgia. The eighty-five site park is surrounded by a dense forest of green trees and shrubbery. Twenty-four-hour surveillance is available at the park to provide extra protection to all guests. There is a strict quiet hour and speed limit policy throughout the park. Laundry services, a common building with twenty-four access to the campground manager, and a large bathhouse are amenities available to all guests at the Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve. Most who stay at the RV park are long-term visitors working in the nearby city of Atlanta.


Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve is exclusively an RV park located along the Georgia countryside in Austell, Georgia. The park is surrounded by trees and dense shrubbery, which provides a very private location. Austell has a population of around seven thousand people and is located twenty-five minutes away from the state capital Atlanta, Georgia. Located just beyond the range of a suburban area in Austell, the solid tree line masks and tucks the RV park away. Each of the eighty-five RV sites on the property are full hookups. They each vary in size and amenities. Each site has a full hookup with sewage, water, and electric services. Depending on the site, there is a fifty and thirty amp hook up. The park is paved with a grassy area separating each site. Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve offers a variety of basic amenities for guests planning on having a more extended stay. For those who need to do laundry, there is a laundry room with five washers and dryers free for guest use. A bathhouse is located on the campground with multiple showers cleaned daily, sinks, and mirrors. There are also many outlets throughout the bathhouse. Quick snacks can be purchased in the company office from one of the many vending machines, and propane exchange is also available. The campground is under twenty-four-hour surveillance, so guests who have to leave for work or activities throughout the day can be at ease leaving their campers and personal items.

Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve provides a place to stay for families, seniors, temporary workforce personnel, housing personnel, and any other type of RV or camper traveler. The property does not have any tent sites.

Quiet hours are from 10:00 pm to 8:00 am. Pets are allowed at the Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve as long as they are kept on a leash and quiet. Trash pickup days are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Wireless internet is available in the property's common building. A campground manager is on the property every day besides Sundays but is always available on the phone for any of the guest's needs. Quiet hours, pet regulations, and the ten miles per hour speed limit are enforced by the property manager strictly. Each of the sites on the Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve can accommodate up to two vehicles. Those who have additional cars, trailers, or boats can purchase additional parking space on the east side of the property. Due to the campground's central location, there is just a short travel time to many popular attractions in the area. Six Flags, Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, and Zoo Atlanta are all attractions within thirty minutes drive of Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve. The Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Falcons both play in the area, and the College Football Hall of Fame is also in the area.


The desired culture at Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve has always been one of relaxation and serenity. Various regulations are set in place on the campground to ensure that guests remain as unbothered as possible. The staff at Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve values respect and hope that every guest who passes through the park can be responsible and courteous towards those who camp nearby. Thus far, these rules and regulations have been generally successful. Many of those who stay at Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve work in nearby Atlanta, Georgia. After a long day working in the busy city, these long-term workers often are seeking a peaceful and quiet atmosphere at Sweetwater. The campground has been described as a desirable work spot, especially for those who prefer getting a better deal instead of staying in larger hotels. The personal, homelike feel of the site makes the space more comfortable for long-term guests. Safety and personal security are also essential factors to the property, and many guests have stated that they felt safe during their stay. Finally, smooth check-ins are also a common theme at Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve.


Before the official founding of Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve—as it is known today—the lot was a mobile home park. There was some major flooding in the mid-2000s and the land was renovated and transformed into an RV park. Angie and Paul Bregande are the owners of the Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve and have spent every year since 2015 improving the grounds. They have always been interested in the hospitality industry and wanted to create a quiet place for people to rest after a long day in Atlanta.

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2558 Wren Circle
Austell, Georgia 30168-4840
United States




Angie & Paul Bregande

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