Diamond Lakes Regional Park Campground

4335 Windsor Spring Road, Hephzibah, GA, 30815


Diamond Lakes Regional Park is a 286 acre park located on the historic site of the Augusta International Speedway. The campground at Diamond Lakes will offer 25 full hook-up sites including electricity, water and sewage connections. The park is located on the southern side of Augusta within 15 miles of the Augusta National Golf Club.


The park is located in the Sand Hills region of Georgia, an area known for its gently rolling topography. The park is surrounded to the north and west by residnetial development, and to the south and east by woodlands. Spirit Creek runs along the southern border of the park, just south of the seven small lakes for which the park is named.


Diamond Lakes Regional Park has several recreation opportunities, including: baseball/softball, 8 tennis courts, 3 outdoor basketball courts with flex court surfacing, 5 fishing ponds, a picnic pavilion, 3 picnic areas, a sand volleyball court and a 25 site campground.


Diamond Lakes Regional Park consists of two 5-field baseball/softball complexes, a community center and gymnasium co-located with a public library. The campground consists of 25 full hook up sites and a bathouse with ADA accessible toilet/showers.

Nearby Attractions:

Downtown Augusta is home to a wide variety of special events, restaurants and area attractions such as: the Augusta River Walk located along the Savannah River between 6th and 11th Streets; the James Brown Arena, located at 7th Street and Telfair Street; the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History is located at 1116 Phillips Street; and the Morris Museum or Art is located at 1 10th Street, to name a few area attractions.

RV Site

Maximum stay of 30 days (30 days in/30 days out)

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Site $30.00
Tent Site

Maximum stay of 30 days (30 days in/30 days out)

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent $15.00


Any violation of the policies is prohibited. Augusta Recreation & Parks may terminate occupancy or remove individuals from the campground with no refund or credit at their sole discretion.


Firearms are allowed as long as you have a valid permit issued by the State of Georgia.


Campers must maintain a clean campsite. Do not leave food unattended at your site. Glass containers are not allowed. All trash should be disposed of in trash receptacles, dumpsters and recycling receptacles.


Fishing is allowed with a Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GDNR) fishing license. Motorized boats and trolling motors are not allowed! Swimming is not allowed. Use caution while walking near lakes and woods. Please do not feed the wildlife. Please do not dispose of any garbage, litter or foreign substances in the lakes.


Fires are permitted in grills or fire rings only. Open ground fires are prohibited. Fires should not exceed three feet in height. Do not cut, saw, or chop trees in the park. Do not leave your fire unattended and be sure that your fire is completely extinguished before leaving the campground. Do not burn trash at your site! Fireworks are prohibited.


Alcoholic beverages are not permitted.


Diamond Lakes is a family friendly park. There is to be no vulgarity, nudity or lewd behavior. All group activities must conclude by 10:00 p.m. Quiet time is 10:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.


Bicycles are allowed but all cyclist ages 16 and under must wear a helmet.


Golf carts are allowed on paved streets. Driver must be have a valid driver’s license. Golf carts must obey road signs and travel in the same direction as vehicle traffic. No all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) or scooters are allowed in the park.


Two motor vehicles are allowed on a campsite, no exceptions. Any additional vehicles must park in the overflow parking area. Do not park vehicles on an empty site. The parking area next to the bathhouse is for use of that building only and is limited to 30 minutes. You are not allowed to wash any vehicles.


Pets are allowed. However, they must be kept on a leash and under control at all times. Barking or aggressive dogs will not be tolerated. Pet owners must clean up after their animals. Pets must have current vaccinations. Pets are not allowed in the bathhouse.


A campsite may not be occupied by more than four people. At least one camper at each site must be an adult (18 years or older) who assumes responsibility for all actions at their campsite and should remain with campers and visitors at all time.


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4335 Windsor Spring Road, Hephzibah, GA, 30815

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Overall Rating: 2.0

Brent Hill

We stayed there 2 separate nights on Oct 3 and Oct 6 at site 17. We did not dump any tanks on our first stay but on the 2nd stay we attempted to empty our gray water first but the drain was plugged with what appeared to be sticks, pine needles, etc because the lid had prob been left off for quite some time. The park does not appear to be staffed and their is no check-in process. When we arrived there some locals just backed into our spot just hanging out doing who knows what. We couldn't tell that there is any gate to be locked at night and as stated no check-in gate with information, etc. Reservation provided by reserve america provides no information as well. We saw people driving through the campground and walking through at random that were definitely not camping there. We left first thing in the AM and didn't have time to call but it was no big deal to us since we weren't real full. Upon arriving at our next destination we called Reserve America about the problem but they said to call the park directly. We did call the park directly and informed the lady that answered about the problem. Immediately gave me a condescending attitude telling me I had it in the wrong drain...that there was a blue and a green and I had it in the "overflow" drain..LOL New one to use full-timers. The sewer drain had a concrete donut around it which is very common right by the pedestal and water. It was apparent someone had dumped there before and prob overflowed because of the dried up toilet paper debris. She just wanted to argue with me and still was giving me attitude and was adamant I had it in the wrong drain. She informed me "she should know" since she lived there and drove a black BMW. We walked the small campground many times with our dogs those 2 days and what appeared to be a host site and a sidebyside there but no vehicle or no sign indicating a host. At that point, I was upset and decided to ask for a partial refund since we did pay $30 for full hook up and sewage, then she just laughed and with more condescension said, "oh, I see why you called...you just wanted money back" Anyways, driving locally through the neighborhood last night to get diesel I can see why you might not want to stay there..neighborhoods definitely look sketchy and run down. Not surprised we saw cops staying in the campground parking lot 2 different times and we saw random people coming through the park. Lucky for us it was weeknights else I would be sure to bet on the weekends there is a lot of extracurricular activity going on. I would not recommend staying there because of the sewage issue and the incompetence of local management.