We really liked this campground. Seems to be well run. Nice people who are respectful of their neighbors. Seems to have quite a few 5th wheel trailers set in place as though they are there permanently. The grounds and gravel roads are very well maintained. The sites have good 50 amp service, great water pressure, sewer. Most all sites seemed level and are spaced well enough to give privacy. Weekly rate is buy 6 nights, get another night free. We would definitely stay here again as it is close to all the interesting and fun things to do in north Georgia including NC.
This campground has nice people living there and managing it. Delightful to socialize with a variety of people. But my motorhome was cooking in the sun during the day as there are no trees and none were planted so to grow up in 20 years. There's a nice pool and landscaping, but this place was recently taken over by new owners and seems they are holding back the money needed to finish buildings including bathrooms and showers, laundry room. It's called "Mountain View", but I saw big hills in the background -- no mountains. The lots are for sale at very high prices which they claim to be half what they once were. But, with no shade or prospect of, and no evidence of work going to to finish construction projects, I don't see why anyone would buy. There are better views that can be bought further up the state at much lower costs. But, we enjoyed our stay.
Rate is $25 for 50amp less 10% Good Sam Club. Don't stay here on a Friday or Saturday if you want a peaceful evening, as there is a drag strip across the ponds behind trees that produces a very loud, horrible noise of racing engines, etc. Just a good thing my coach was sound proofed to some degree. No WiFi. Gravel roads, not all spaces are level. Camping World is right next door if you need repairs, however. Friendly management and campers too.
Camped here for a weekly rate of $205 + tax during high season. Excellent location, nice people who run it, nice people who stay here. Very enjoyable and easy to get in and out of. My dog loved the lush green grass to do his biz on: no ant beds like Florida. Quiet except for freeway noise, but my coach has insulation and double pane windows: hardly heard it.
Great place to park during off season. My weekly rate was $152 + taxes. The owner was very accommodating as was all of his staff. I learned to play "Hand Over Foot" card game with his staff members. Met a lot of really nice campers here, including some who stay for a season. It's not really located at Lake Panasoffkee. It's less than 10 miles east of Wildwood or less than 10 miles west of Inverness and on a 4 lane highway. As I was leaving, they were setting up a huge water slide contraption to get the family camping business during the summer months. I was parked under trees and it was cool. The only drawback is the very loud noise of air boats revving their engines at a public boat ramp next door (which goes on until late at night too).
The worst part of this park is the lack of decent, safe places to walk your dog WITHOUT being bitten by ants. They apparently do nothing to control ant mounds: small or large ones. I was at my wits end to walk my dog for his routine "bathroom" needs without injury. This is an old campground, but very large. The staff is excellent, very helpful, but can do only what the budget allows. Nice neighbors and everyone is friendly. I've yet to see a decent campground at Thousand Trails. I strongly suggest everyone have a Surge Guard on their rig and an autoformer wouldn't be a bad idea either. I stayed many nights here for free because it was part of the free nights that came with my new membership. Nothing is free: I paid dearly for the membership and I won't be renewing. My perception is that the Thousand Trails organization is a bit sleazy. Don't let them have your credit card number on file.
This is my 2nd time this year to stay here. Easy to get to and out of. Owner and his son are very nice and accommodating. Neighbors are polite and quiet. Weather here was extremely hot, but electric service was reliable. There are 6 sites which they designate for travelers with big rigs who are parked for short term such as a day, week or such. Those sites are very level, have a new concrete pad, beautiful lush manicured grass between each, and a new picnic table. It's one of the best I've seen. There are no discounts other than if you book a week you get 7 nights for the price of 6 ($150). No extra fees added. They do not have restrooms, showers, or laundry, however.