Very nice campgrounds, 3mi. to town and battlegrounds. Lots to do in the area. Sites are all level and good drainage in rain. Lots of activities on weekends in the park, very busy on weekends. Friendly and helpful staff. Lots of shade trees. Will stay here again if in area. The only reason we did not rate it a 10 is because cable reception was marginal and we were given the smallest site in the park. I think as all the others were quite large. Friendly helpful staff, there seemed to be staff available 24/7 to handle any problems as I saw staff cleaning up water in the bathrooms after midnight one evening.
Stayed here 4 nites to see the area. Enjoyed the town of Buford and the covered bridge tour. The campground is more for an overnight stop. Sites are level and the pool looked clean. There are 2 levels to the grounds. The lower level is large and has shade around the outside sites, weekend is busy but we were the only ones in the park by Sunday nite. There is no cable TV, Wi-Fi or TV ant. reception. There are no planned activities and the park is in need of undating. Bathroms were fairly clean, but in need of repair. Office is open around mid morning and in the afternoon for a while if they don't have something else to do. Might stay again, but only as an overnight stop.
Stayed for two nights; enjoyed the time. Easy pull through sites; overlooked Lake Altoona. Lots of geese at night. They were fun to watch, but left a lot of droppings. You had to watch your step in the morning. Friendly staff; clean rest rooms. We visited Robbins Air Force Museum and Andersonville Prison during our stay. Would stay again. Only negative aspect was no shade. But the park was rebuilt recently after being damaged by a tornado in 2008.
Stayed 2 nights. Lots to do, especially for the kids. Stayed in a lakeside site. They do not really track what site you are at, just tell you what sites to pick from based on you rig. Camp host was friendly and followed us to a site. Mentioned were we could get free firewood for the evening. All the lots are shaded, very quiet. Park has tennis, a beach, boat rentals, minigolf, hiking, (riding trails?) I think. You can swim right at you site. Staff was very friendly and helpful as was the host. You could stay here for a week of enjoyment, will definitely stay here again.
Stayed here for a week while visiting family and going to the Opry and the tourist thing. I do not understand the great reviews on this campground, I found on the web. The park is squeezed between a RV sale/repair lot and the Grayline bus terminal. So you are treated to bus noise from early to late. Our site was 30ft from the RV repair lot, got to hear motorhomes running all day long. The Wi-Fi did work but was painfully slow, and cable TV worked only EARLY in the morning, the rest of the time it was unviewable. The pool was clean, and we did enjoy the Sunday evening concert by a local aspiring country artist. The park is close to the Opry and an easy drive to down town nightlife if you know the way without going back out on the interstate. The staff was not rude, but by no means friendly. Questions were answered, but with as few words as possible. You do not have to worry about following the rules in the park as they are posted everywhere you look. Doubtful we would stay here again.
Stayed here 2 nights, sites are level gravel as are the roads. Not much for kids to do. Staff is helpful. There are no shaded sites, not great in the summer months. Stopped here because it is fairly close to Mt Airy and Old Salem. PA rate was only good for first night as the second was Friday, a weekend night. It is a place to stop is about all I can say, would look for another campground next time in the area. You will hear noise from the interstate, if that bothers you.