About Us & Reviews
ABOUT US: Now under new management, we at Riverside Estates strive for great customer service and offer you a safe, convenient, clean place to stay.
WHERE: Situated just a 40 minute drive east of Atlanta at Exit 88 off of I-20, Riverside Estates RV Park is convenient to most areas near Atlanta. As far as driving into Atlanta itself is concerned, I-20 West has the least congestion of all the major arteries leading to downtown.
Riverside is conveniently located less than half a mile off of I-20 on the Access Road in Covington, Georgia. Every possible type of store from those found in a mall, to hardware and eating establishments of all types, from drive through to upscale, and various markets is an 8 to 15 minute drive.
STAY AND VISIT, WORK OR LIVE: Riverside is a wonderful place to stay when you visit or work in the Atlanta area because it is so accessible. The RV Park is within 6 minutes of anything you could desire to find from fast food to fine dining including: Sonny’s Bar-B-Que, Longhorn Steak House, Outback Steak House, Red Lobster, Applebees, Chili’s, and Cracker Barrel. There are also a number of music venues nearby. From hardware to groceries, you can easily find what you need including: WalMart, Kmart, Ingles, Kroger, Home Depot, Ross, Sam’s Club, Kohl’s, Old Navy, Michael’s, Ace Hardware, movie theaters and many more. Should any medical assistance be needed, Piedmont Newton Hospital is just minutes away.
From Andy52 / Overall rating: 3 Stars / Value 5 Stars / Service 4 Stars
Date of Stay: March, 2017
My rate of $15 a day is based on monthly rate of $400 that includes electrical and wifi. I stayed at Riverside Estates from December 2016 thru February 2017. This may not be an RV resort, but it is a good place to stay if in the Atlanta area. The Park offers full hook up's, and has both 30 and 50 amp service. WiFi was included with the site and, for the most part, I had good wifi service - as good as or better than other campground's wifi.
Many of the people in the Park were long term and, except for a few, all rigs were in good condition. The sites were well maintained. The campground is an older campground in need of a makeover, and the current management is in the process of giving it a face lift. The sites are concrete and level with some cracking of the site pad due to age. The sites are not large, but are of average or larger than other places I have stayed. Most of the sites are in the open with a few trees scattered throughout. There are both back-in and pull thru sites with plenty of room for maneuvering thru the park. I selected B Section next to the Yellow River, which I was told was a flood plain before I decided on the site.
During a heavy rain the river started to rise and the management team went to each camper and informed them they may have to relocate, gave them new sites to move to, and an emergency number to call if needed. I enjoyed my stay at Riverside Estate's everyone I came in contact with were friendly and a pleasure to interact with. I had great neighbors, some same your neighbors are the same no matter where you are... We camped at Riverside Estates RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Jan., 2017 -- Donna H., Guttenburg, IA
I’ve stayed here several times. The staff is really helpful and kind. Issues like water pressure and a cleaner park have been resolved for a while now. I really enjoy the pool when it is open. I will stay here again in the future.
7/22/2016 5 Stars -- Teague C., Salinas CA
Although the reviews online are not the best thing we had a good experience here. We have been to a dozen RV parks this summer and this pull through was THE FLATTEST. Brooks was kind and helpful.
7/21/2016 -- 5 Stars -- Michelle S., Grants Pass, OR
First to Review
So far we've had an excellent stay here. Brooks at the front desk was the sweetest and so helpful. Our pull through spot was the flattest we've seen yet across the country. Although the park needs some fixing, you can tell they've been working on it. Our neighbors were very friendly and the price was right.