Do not accept Site 344. We camped here in a 30'TT. I tried leveling my trailer for 1 1/2 hrs then had to move to the most level part of the site where the only place to open my slide put me 15' from hookups. This was one of the longest pullthroughs in the campground, but on a hill. Despite the time consuming set up, we enjoyed the amenities throughout the park. Roads need repaving and most sites are level with the exception of the sites at the end of Trail M Loop.
This was our first trip to Mckaskey, the only C.O.E. campground on Lake Allatoona we hadn't been to. This campground was much smaller than many of the others around the lake. There are more tent sites than RV sites. All but a few sites on the water are tent sites. The RV sites are small and will only accommodate vehicles up to 30' with no room to park a TV or dinghy. Hosts were very nice and were frequently spotted making their rounds.
Roosevelt was very pretty and quiet. We camped on one of a few sites that were on the lake. There are plenty of things to do in and around the Park for day trips. Showers were clean and well maintained. If you go in November, you can see the Christmas light show at Calloway Gardens as well as the "Leaves changing" for that part of Georgia.
My family has camped here numerous times over the past year. There are several private sites to choose from many being on the lake which gives us the opportunity to tie up our boat to the site. Hosts are nice, but are rarely seen making rounds.
The pull up mountain with my 6.0 Yukon was not as challenging as i had expected. The campground roads (sect. 1) were a little tight for my 37' TT. Sites were level and well shaded. We were lucky to find a Lake front site on Easter weekend. The campground area is on top of the mountain and was cooler and windier than expected. This campground would be a great campground to visit during the warmer part of the summer. Hosts made a ride through frequently and were very friendly. We will be back.