Really enjoy this park - it's so pretty. This was our 2nd time here, always in winter. Even when winter weather is so gloomy, and other parks seem so muddy, this one seems brighter, cheerier, and cleaner. Long paved sites with concrete pads. Wide spaces between sites with thick grass. Pretty ponds, lovely lodge, nice staff. Very convenient to 1st Monday Trade Days. Also nearby, Walmart, hardware store, auto parts, post office, fast food, restaurants. Dry county, but some private club watering holes in town. The rate was a "manager's special", probably due to winter time.
Best clubhouse of all the parks I've ever seen. It has a living room with comfy seating and big screen TV; kitchen; play area with Wii games; exercise equipment; pool table; banquet tables; covered deck with patio furniture, rocking chairs, bird feeders and beautiful views; always open at no additional charge. Management is attentive, but not intrusive. Our pull-through site had shade and a clear view of the southern sky for our carry-out TV dish. Interior roads are asphalt, sites are gravel with picnic tables. Easy highway drive to town. We've stayed here several times. It is our choice for Hot Springs.
Nice park. Nicely maintained. Near town and tourist attractions. Pool is nice, and unlike some parks, not overburdened with rules. Staff was attentive, but obviously stressed out when we were there - they had a big rally come in and that's where their attention was focused - understandable. I would rate them higher, but I specifically requested a site where my TV dish would pick up a signal. I had 50' of cable, but still couldn't get a clear view of southern sky from my site. Other sites have an excellent view, but they couldn't or wouldn't let me move - probably because of the reservations for the rally. I considered changing RV parks within a few hours of paying them for a week, but they enforced their no-refund policy. When the park is full, it feels a little crowded, but not bad for a resort town. Plenty of beautiful views of the mountains and woods.
Great park. Convenient location to Rock City, restaurants, shopping, and Chattanooga. Park is clean and quiet, except for interstate noise. Sites are completely gravel, no grass, have lots of trees, lots of shade. Our site is level, and plenty long for our motorhome and toad. Good width between sites. Nicely paved roads. Showers are great, separate rooms with full locking doors, and elbow room. Pool looks great, but we didn't use it. Cable TV very good, lots of channels, nice and clear. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Price reflects KOA discount card.
The huge trees with lots of Spanish moss and the other thick vegetation make this a beautiful park, plus we saw deer, squirrels, lizards, and birds. The GPS got us close, then we just followed the brown signs. Recommend entering the intersection of Diamond Causeway and State Park Road. We were really excited about a state park with cable TV but half the stations didn't come in at all, and half the ones we got were so fuzzy we couldn't watch them. Then the first night, a thunderstorm completely knocked out the TV, and it didn't come back (at our site anyway) until the last of the 6 nights we were there. But we didn't care, because the park was so beautiful. We didn't even mind having to unhook and go to the sewer dump, although it was a little inconvenient. The sites are all shapes and sizes, but all are beautiful, level, spacious, and shady. It was so very quiet and peaceful. Downtown Savannah and Tybee Island are both just short drives away. The roads in the park are very nicely paved. They have a pool, but it was closed. The restroom was typical for state park - basic cinder block with shower curtains - but clean with good pressure and lots of hot water. The staff was happy, relaxed, friendly, helpful, accommodating. I would definitely stay here again, and want to bring all my friends and family.