Stayed over Christmas. We arrived late after the office closed. The site I registered for didn't seem to match up at the actual site as they were building new sites. We pulled in the one we thought was our site but the hook-ups were on the wrong side. The water didn't work. Next day we were told to go to a new site. It was down hill and it rained most of the week and the Georgia red mud slid down the hill and accumulated around our site. We brought our own golf cart and had fun driving around. It was a very nice campground and everyone was nice. The only downside is that check-in is unorganized and the sites don't match up on the map they give you or that you register for, some of the sites seem to have electric on the wrong side and satellite absolutely does not work because of the dense trees. If you can be patient with the check-in process, it's a nice campground. I'll visit again sometime.
We visited for the first time during Memorial Day Weekend and stayed at site 262. Check-in was very organized and a golf cart drove me to/from my rig at check-in. Driver drove us to our site, even offered to help guide us in. Site was clean, huge concrete pad, wooden bench swings, fire pit and a table. Wonderful shade trees. Pool was clean. Used access cards for the pool and bathroom. Resort owners seemed overjoyed to have campers on the weekend and were very friendly. Security drove around all day and very friendly. Golf carts for rent or you can bring your own but you need insurance. Very nice amenities and plenty of things to do. The resort website explains it best. Would definitely go back!!