This is one of our most favorite campgrounds. The sites are comfortably sized and spaced. It's easy in and out. Although you are not on the beach, we think the path to the beach is great for walking and bike riding. The campground staff is friendly and helpful. We will continue to visit this campground.
This campground was great because of all the activities at Stone Mountain Park. Our site was tight to get into and small overall. We felt cramped while at the campsite. But, we didn't spend a lot of time in the campsite. We enjoyed the lake, we hiked, we toured the quarry, we went to the top of the mountain and could have gone to the laser show. At night we rested well. The pool was nice and very busy. Also, the campground hosted an ice cream social. Our site had water electric, fire ring and picnic table. We will return to this campground many times.
This is a great campground. We had a great time. The restroom and shower facilities were one of the cleanest we've used. This review tool does not show bay front but this campground is not on the ocean but on the bay. The beach and pier area was great. The pool looked nice. We didn't use the pool. We like staying in this area. The campground is close to all the activities. Just go across the bridge and you are at the ocean and public beaches. Our campsite had, sewer, water, cable, picnic table. We plan to return to this campground.
This is a great campground. It is next door to White Tail Ridge. I think this is the better of the two in that more sites are on the water. Both are great. The site was very large and easy to back into. It had a separate space on the site for the tow vehicle. It also had a fire ring, picnic table water and electric. The sites are spaced far apart which makes for nice quiet evenings. We plan to return to this campground many times.
This was a great campground. The only reason I didn't grade a 10 was that many of the water front camp sites could not be reserved; they were held for walk ups. Regardless, we reserved two campsites side by side. They were across the road from the water. They had great views of the lake. Each site had a concrete pad to park on, fire ring, grill, electric and water. The campground was laid back. It had a beach. We rented a boat and spent one day on the lake. It was great. We will visit this campground again.
This camp ground is brand new. The road, the facilities, everything is new. This camp ground is way back in the woods. Closest gas station is 6 miles away. Use the directions from the camp ground website to get there. It was not in our GPS yet. No sites on the river. No shaded sites because the camp ground is new. There are some walk in tent sites that are shaded. This will be a great camp ground in the near future once the trees have grown. There are a lot of hiking trails and the Chattahoochee is down at the end of the road with a large picnic area and playground. We saw a lot of animals: Turkey, snakes, deer, and armadillo. We probably will go past this camp ground next time and stay on Lake West Point in LaGrange, GA.
We stay in this park for 7 nights. This is an owners campground where you can rent sites while the owners are elsewhere. Each site is decorated per the owners and are each unique in their landscapes. Each one has a tiki hut with a kitchen and eating areas. The park has a pet park (not fenced). They require you to take your pooch there to do it's business. That's the only place this is allowed. This was a great set up for us. We were close enough to enjoy historic Key West yet far enough away to enjoy evenings at the RV for dinners we cooked. The staff are protective of the owners property and enforce the rules. We enjoyed our visit to Buewater Key.
This campground is an old KOA campground. It is run down. The road and sites are mostly dirt with a few rocks. They have a large pool which was refreshing but all the supporting facilities were run down and worn out. The wading pool was empty and had grass sprouting in it. The pet park was fenced in but the grass and weeds were high and we had to pull sticky things from our dogs fur when we left. Luckily, we planned just night here and it is convenient to the interstate. But we would look for a different place if we were staying in Ocala another time.
This campground looks great for families. There is a water park in the same County park. We passed registration without realizing. Their directional signs need work. Also note that when booking your site online that the back in sites are for motor homes. We had reserved a back in site but had to change because the hookups are reverse of what you need for a travel trailer. Our revised site was great. The campground is all paved with level parking, picnic table, cable TV, water, and sewer. There were complaints for this campground about the train that is very nearby. We were there on a Saturday night and though it was safe and quiet enough for us. Plus it's about a mile away from the casinos. So I would definitely stay here again.
This campground is typical of KOAs that we've visited. It's easy to get into and out of. They serve breakfast for members in the morning. They have all the essentials for quick set-up. We were close to the shower house and used that to speed our departure. It was clean and safe. This campground was a little hard to find as we depended on our GPS. So, when you go there look for the signs among all the service stations right off the interstate. We will stay here again if in the area just to get the waffles they served for breakfast.
We were very happy with our stay in this campground. Another great COE campground experience! The site had all the basics, water electric, level site, fire ring and a bonus lake front. The site was a little tricky to back into. But, the site was plenty big once parked and set up. We will visit again.
Great staff, great location, good campground. We stayed here through a holiday weekend. The campground was full! Sites have electric, water, sewer, cable, and Wi-Fi. The sites are very close together. Our site was barely long enough for our 28.5' trailer and with no parking on the side of the trailer. We had to park the truck perpendicular to the trailer on the narrow road. So, at night the road became a narrow path lined on both sides by trucks. We enjoyed the pool and hot tub. This campground is close to shopping, restaurants and beaches. Yes there is a small beach. It is on inter-coastal waterway. We will visit this campground again: probably not on a holiday weekend.
This park is geared toward river activities. They have many tent sites and 9 or 10 RV sites. I was allowed to reserve a site but selection is first come first serve. Most RV sites are shaded. There was a band that performed on Friday night. Quiet hours start at 12 midnight. The website and rules state that all dogs must be on a leash. This is the only rule that was not followed. We were frequently visited by doggies wandering around the campground. Our site was very roomy. We had plenty of space for chairs and friends and dog runs. RV sites have electric and water and a fire ring.
This is a large campground. They can handle a lot of people in this campground because the sites are super close together. The best sites are next to the lake. We were in a site beyond the ball field up in the woods near a bath house. The trail to the bathhouse went through our campsite. So, while we were sitting at the camp fire people would walk right through. Other than the close quarters, it was a nice campground. The sites had sewer hookups, fire ring, and cable. We will visit again if we can get one of the better sites on the lake.
This campground is still in transition. Just a few of the camp sites are finished. The finished sites are concrete and level. They have sewer, water and electric. This resort only takes cash or check. The Mountain View is awesome. Blairsville is a great area and offers a lot of activities away from the resort.
We spent the weekend at this park. Again we were pleasantly surprised by a State Park. Our site number 29 was very close to the lake. It had water, electric, fire ring, concrete picnic table, but no sewer hook-up. We hiked in the park, fished in the lake, and swam in the lake. The lake is very clean and enjoyable. Canoes are available for rent. We will visit this campground again, hopefully with a boat.
We spent 4 nights here in site #63. The first day (Tues) we went to the water park: it's 2 for 1 on Tuesdays. Great park for families! The second day we went to Charleston (close by) and then played nine holes of golf at the Municipal Golf Course less than 5 miles away! The third day we went to Folly Beach. We parked free at the pier with our camp ground park pass. Don' haul a bunch of stuff, just go and rent an umbrella and chair ($20). The rest of the time we enjoyed the campground and took the dogs to the leash-less play area. The Wi-Fi worked well. The site had sewer, power, and fire ring. We will definitely be back!
This is a nice campground with a policeman posted at the gate and patrolling the campground. Check in was easy. All sites are on the lake. We were in site #20 and the sunrise was over the lake and very pretty. The site had pick-nick table, fire ring, water, no sewer. Roads and sites are paved. There is a beach and boat ramps in the day use area. This campground is close to the city, and conveniences. We will visit again.
This is a great RV park and value! We will return. The spaces are shaded and private. There was plenty of room for our vehicle. The space was large enough for easy in and out the slide out. There are no fire rings. We spent most of our time at the beach. They provide a free tram to and from the private beach just .7 of a mile away. We thought it was easy to load up for the day and walk to the tram stop at the top of the hour. But if you don't want to wait you can ride your bike. The walk wasn't bad if you don't have a load. We spent one day at the pool. It was clean and well maintained. The campground location is close to grocery, bars, public beaches, golf resorts, and restaurants.
This campground was okay. All sites were dirt and gravel. All sites had shade. We were in site number 103. This site did not have sewer hookup even though others did. The bathroom and shower house was clean but old and worn like the entire campground. Our site and all others that we saw were flat and easy to get into. Lots of space for tow vehicle and guest vehicle. Every vehicle that entered Lake Lanier Islands must pay an $8.00 fee at the entry gate to the park. This was not included in the campground fee and not mentioned at time of reservation. Alcoholic beverages are allowed in the campground but no glass. It was nice to be close to the water park. We spent one day there. It was an extra fee but worth it. No coolers allowed through the gate to the water park. Go early to claim chairs and shade if you desire.
This is a beautiful campground. We enjoyed our stay and plan to return often. The parking sites are tight and may be a challenge for slideouts. Our tow vehicle just fit in the driveway. Additional parking is available at the boat ramp. I think all sites are on the lake. However, climbing the hill back up to your site after accessing the lake may be a challenge. The drive to access the campground is a mountain road. Be prepared for sharp inclines, declines, and turns.