Very pretty park in a beautiful area with the waterfalls and the river and lake very near. The hike down to the Blue Hole is exaggerated in difficulty but is steep and slippery. The camp sites are a bit small based on normal state park standards. A 30 ft site is pretty much 30 ft long and you must park your truck beside the camper, which can be a tight squeeze with the trees.
Camped on site 66 which is in the open part of the campground. Site was gravel an pretty level. Showers were small but clean an modern. Campground was pretty full on the weekend but pretty empty by Tuesday. No cell service or over the air TV but Dish Tailgater worked well with a good view to the south. Local wineries are very good. Had a very nice meal and bottle of wine at Elk Creek vineyard. Pretty convenient to Elkin. Hike to the top of Stone mountain is pretty steep but the views are well worth it.
Stayed on site 27 which is right on the Nolichucky. Very busy on the weekend with all the day use traffic but got very quiet by Monday. The river is drop dead georgeous and I saw some nice catfish being caught. Sites are a little tight, not as spacious as a state park but better than most private parks. Showers were very clean and private. Good satellite and cell reception. Erwin and Jonesboro ore very convenient and the Choo Choo Café in Erwin and the Main Street Diner in Jonesboro are worth a visit.
Nice large well separated wooded pull thru sites. Good Verizon and dish network service. Clean showers and restrooms but they were not heated. Several nice wooded hiking trails that are accessible with bikes. The glass bottom boat rides are well worth the $10. Ocala shopping, entertainment and recreation is very convenient.
Stayed on site 22which is adjacent to the lake. Ha swing on the site which was aver nice touch. Restrooms and showers were very clean. Nice large back in sites with some full hook up pull thru. Some shopping in Reidsville. It not much.. Gold course is very poor condition, so try Vidalia if you want to play.
Somewhat remote with very wide clean, level sites. Trout stream runs immediately behind campsite and two fishing/swimming lakes on property. Charged $3 extra for AC usage but we only needed it one night in August. Very nice golf course is 1 mile away but good restaurants are close by in Bryson City. Baths and showers are a little old but very clean. Large open grassy field is across road from campsites. No antenna TV or radio and Verizon was marginal. I was able to get my dish tailgater to work.
Gorgeous location and reasonably convenient to grocery and Chattanooga. The hike to the waterfalls is pretty tough, but worth it. We stayed in the East campground which is more open than the West, but the bathhouse was pretty old, but reasonably clean. No satellite, but were able to get the main networks over the antenna. Verizon cell service was good. One of the best state parks we have been in - will be back.
Very crowded with sites pretty close for a state park. Near the airport so lots of noise from low flying jets. They probably tried to clean the showers and restrooms, but with so much traffic they didn't stay clean very long. It is pretty convenient to most MB attractions. Too many trees for satellite and suprisingly there were no locals available over the antenna. Will not return.
Nice secluded sites in a beautiful wooded setting. We stayed right on a beautiful small stream. Sites were gravel, as was road. No TV or satellite due to tall, closely spaced trees. Bath house was old and not well maintained.
Very quiet with all the conveniences close by in Savannah and surrounds. Sites were difficult to get into with too many trees close in. Too may trees for satellite, and cable TV was blurry. Showers and baths were clean and accessible.
Very nice, wide level sites. Restrooms and showers clean and had plenty of hot water. Pretty remote so bring what you need. No WiFi or cable. Used tailgater for satellite and got 2 out of 3 satellites.
Nice level open wide lots on dirt roads and sites. WiFi was good and open enough for satellite to work. Staff was friendly and helpful. Right on the Sante Fe River. Basically in the middle of nowhere with local grocery store about 10 mils away.
Very clean open campground with courteous helpful staff. WiFi good throughout site, and 60+ cable TV channels including high definition. Baths and showers are private, new and spotless. Sites are long pull through, but very narrow so you don't have much privacy.
Wide, gravel covered, back in sites with good privacy. Very new and clean bathroom and showers. Wi-fi good at lodge and 60+ cable channels available. Good lunch buffet at lodge, but dinner menu is mediocre. Golf course has good layout, but somehow they have lost the greens.