Very nice park to visit. We have camped there quite a few times. Most are shady but with some of them you have to decide if you want the AM or PM sun. As with the Ga. parks their is no sewage, but the bathhouses are located close to all the sites. They have a few 50 amp sites, but no one working in the office knows the site numbers. They just say you have to look for them. The grass around the lake needed to be cut when we were there in April. Good level sites with gravel in some. The workampers were excellent and all we had to do was ask and they would do their best to help us. My ratings on this campground are very high.
Very nice campground. There wasn't very many camping when we were there. Some of the staff in the office were rude to my mother when they were checking in. If you go and plan to fish the stream don't expect them to stock the stream the same as they did in the past years. I realize this is not the campground manager fault, but when you purchase a permit from them I feel they should be able to tell you what days the streams are stocked. Several of the campers went there just to fish. The staff was asked to contact the Tribal fishery and ask questions about the lack of the stream stocking and no one there acted like they had the time to do so. I feel it should have been at least attempted to be done for the campers. Most of the campers left early due to this reason.
We camped for a week. The manager was very nice, but rarely seen. All but a few of the sites are covered with shade. They only have 4 or 5 sites on the river that are used by real campers and a few off river. The rest are full of Florida residents that stay during the hot weather. There is only of few of them that are not rude and very unfriendly. If you want a campground that is socialable and has something for the non-summer residents to do this is not the place for you. We will not return and I don't recommend this campground to anyone we know.