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The Parks at Chehaw Albany

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The Parks at Chehaw
105 Chehaw Park Road
Albany
GA
31701
Tel: 229 430 5275

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Chehaw Wild Animal Park features natural habitat exhibits with native and exotic animals. Visitors can stroll our scenic boardwalks through the cypress swamps and see our many animal exhibits, such as: African Black Rhino, American Bald Eagles, Free Ranging Lemurs, Cheetah, Zebra and many more! Kids will love the Children's Farm close by, with Miniature Horses, Alpacas, Pigs and Goats, then enjoy special programs at the Amphitheater and tour the Reptile and Small Animal House.
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    Was taken for mothers day......loved it! Its affordable and a great value. A nice family oriented place. Will be back.

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    Just went there (11/15-17/13). We camped, went to the zoo and enjoyed the playground. The campground is big and open. There is plenty of space on each site for your camping gear. The bathroom was clean. You also get Wi-Fi while camping. The zoo was fun. It's walking distance from the campground. We saw lots of animals. We thought the zoo was a bargain at only $6.95 for adults. We spent about 3 hours there. The kids also enjoyed the playground which is part of the park. It's huge with lots to do. A kid's dream playground. We plan on going...Read More

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    Albany is lucky to have this park. It is a little pricey though..

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    A dump! Drove 2 hours from Tallahassee with 10 summer camp kids to see starving and neglected animals! It was horrible! Unkept surroundings, turtles in the same pen as cheetahs! Animals had no water or food. The empty parking lot should have been a warning sign to turn around. The website is NOTHING like the actual zoo. We will be reporting this to the authorities asap!

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    Chehaw State Park is the highlight of Albany, GA. The campground in undergoing upgrades and improving accommodations for larger rigs. We stayed April 14-20. The Native American Festival was held the weekend of 14-15 and the check-in process was sort of ridiculous; however, I understand it was probably one of their busiest times. The staff is not familiar with the campground and we were told we would only have 30 amp service in site 19. Luckily, we were greeted by the nicest campground hosts who expertly guided us into the very tight site 19...Read More

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by Tally Bags

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Just went there (11/15-17/13). We camped, went to the zoo and enjoyed the playground. The campground is big and open. There is plenty of space on each site for your camping gear. The bathroom was clean. You also get Wi-Fi while camping. The zoo was fun. It's walking distance from the campground. We saw lots of animals. We thought the zoo was a bargain at only $6.95 for adults. We spent about 3 hours there. The kids also enjoyed the playground which is part of the park. It's huge with lots to do. A kid's dream playground. We plan on going back!

by Todd Elliott

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Chehaw State Park is the highlight of Albany, GA. The campground in undergoing upgrades and improving accommodations for larger rigs. We stayed April 14-20. The Native American Festival was held the weekend of 14-15 and the check-in process was sort of ridiculous; however, I understand it was probably one of their busiest times. The staff is not familiar with the campground and we were told we would only have 30 amp service in site 19. Luckily, we were greeted by the nicest campground hosts who expertly guided us into the very tight site 19 (which is 50 amp) for our first few nights. Later, we moved to site 4, which is full-hookup. The campground is heavily treed and very serene. Lots of biking/hiking trails, activities and the zoo was fantastic!
Wifi was terrific and there is a fire ring at every site. We did not utilize the convenience station.
We stayed here in a 40' motorcoach

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