We arrived at the registration office and requested full hook-ups. Since they were down several sites due to sewage problems, they allowed us to drive through and pick our site, get set up and then go back to the office to register and pay. Talk about hospitality!! After setting up, we returned to the registration office/store to pay. There are lots of neat things in here. Make sure you pay a visit. We are looking forward to visiting in the Spring/Summer for Trade Days and touring the historical buildings. Also: watch out for the deer. They will cross your path in the campground. We saw 7 walking through. What a great sight! This is a great place to have fun or sit back and relax! Only bad thing: no reservations. First come, first serve! We will be back!
We arrived on Saturday morning without knowing the office did not open until 9am. We went nearby and ate breakfast. We arrived back at the office at 9:05am and the employees were just arriving. We pulled over to the side and walked to the office/store to register. The door was locked. The sign on the door showed they opened at 9am. (Keep in mind they saw us walking up as they were going inside.) I knocked on the door and someone looked out the window on the door and said, "We're not open yet." I commented about the sign showing the hours. Well, as we stood there waiting for another 20 minutes, I was getting furious. Once they opened, we were assigned a site; B49. We did not get to ride through and pick. We entered the campground and to our surprise, there are "full-timers" living here! We could barely get down the road much less get in the site we were assigned. I called the office and the lady informed me that the site was designed for 45'. We are 38' with 3 slides. We would not even risk it. We went back to the office, got a refund and went to Tannehill Historical State Park! I DO NOT recommend this park to anyone. Campers, BEWARE!!!!
This campground is very nice and clean. It is well manicured. The sites are a nice size and all have a fire ring and picnic table. Chickamauga Lake is right outside your door. It's quiet (except for the ducks and geese). You won't be disappoined. The only bad thing...they do not take reservations; first come, first serve! We plan on visiting many more times!
This is a very nice campground. The owners take pride in keeping it very clean and well manicured. There is plenty of room at each site. The bathrooms were SUPER clean. The lake was clean with no "algea" film. We are looking forward to our next visit...in warmer weather. You won't be disappointed at Roam & Roost!