Beautiful park and nice pull-thru, big rig sites for a 45' motor home. We stayed here during heavy rains for a couple of days and had no high water issues and parked on gravel. Park attendants were very cordial. Great location for car trips to Cashiers, Highlands and the like. We will come back again.
We had missed this park on previous trips through South Georgia but we won't miss it again. It was extremely tidy and had great 50 amp service. Easy to maneuver roads. Manager did not stay in the office past 6 PM but gave great instructions since we were going to be late arrivals. Can't wait to stay here on our return trip.
Great place to stay in your big rig. Easy to maneuver gravel roads with concrete pads. There is a beautiful view of the mountains and the park hosts are very cordial. Not fully developed yet, but on its way to becoming a great park!
We are in a 45' bus. Yes, the roads are narrow but there is no problem negotiating roads. The interior roads are gravel and sites grass. Trees are trimmed high. There was plenty of 50amp power. We stayed on site 22 which was pretty easy to pull through and easy enough to leave. We did not get satellite even though trees seemed high, but cable was excellent! Office staff was very calming (we had a rough day)! We would stay here again as an overnight stop which traveling N/S. I think some of the reviews were harsh on this campground. As a big rig, we almost passed it up.
Clean campground. We were in a 45' Prevost and the turns were VERY tight. Prevosts can make the turns but other 45 footers would probably not make them. We got satellite reception in the N section which were pull-throughs so we did not unhook since we were just looking for a place for the night. It was close to I-75 and the staff was very friendly.
We called and asked for a site on the lake but NOT a Luxury site with a poured pad. We were informed that the ones we requested weren't long enough for a 45'. We arrived and were escorted to the only Luxury paved pad left. It was seriously cracked everywhere. When we positioned our bus close to the drivers side and stepped out, we barely had 4 feet of room in which to walk and set up a couple of chairs. If you aren't careful, you will literally fall off the pad which is raised about 8" from the ground. There is no grass growing next to pad as it is fill and only a few feet from the next pad. There is a little "dock for seating at the end of each paver pad BUT you can't sit out because the sun is too intense. The level, gravel sites have plenty of length and are much wider AND are still on the Lake facing North so you have afternoon shade and will have room to spread out under your awning. We would NEVER stay on one of the new paver sites again and they are much more pricey. It felt like we were pitching a tent on a postage stamp.
Owner was kind enough to see us coming and directed us right into a great pull-through site. The pad and small patio area were concrete and the roads very good gravel. We were amazed at how clean and well manicured the entire campgrounds were. The only con (if I were have to find one) was coming in the gate was a bit tight as there was a culvert running along the side of the road. A very wide swing was required. We were in a 45' motorhome and that was still manageable. A very quiet, well lit park with lots of area to walk the dogs. We will make it a point to come back.
Beautiful Park with spacious back-in sites. Pool will be in place next year. A high-end Class A park in the works that we will continue to return to. Sites available for rent or sale but no pressure to buy. Not a place for kids. A better place for them would be the KOA down the road.
This is a new park for Class A motorhomes only with lot sales available. All amenities are not yet in place so this isn't a good place for kids. Excellent location, long, spacious sites, none are bad sites. Very helpful owners who know the area. If you just want to rent, there is no pressure to buy.
If you are in a Big Rig, it is best to unhook before attempting to par. Streets are narrow and turns sharp. Nice areas to walk dogs. Easy access to highways. Quite a bit of shade so you might not get your awnings out.
The park was clean and easy to get in site. In the rear we stayed in site 78 on a corner. In a 45' rig it was difficult to make the turn into the site as they had recommended the way to turn in. Going a different way we were in easily. The mall and plenty of restaurants were practically across the street. Great for an overnight stop.
The park is lovely and very shaded. They need to trim their trees though. The super sites with 50 amp are sites B-59 through B-63. Those are the sites that are $39 per night. Other sites with 50 amp are $29 and cable is a little extra. You will probably need cable as the trees will most likely prevent satellite viewing. There is a flea market next door open on weekends with a couple of venders selling fresh produce. Other than that there is little to do but we enjoy stopping here when needing an overnight rest. If this park was in an area with activities and things of interest to keep us busy, I would rate this park a 10!
This is a new park only 1/2 mile off I-65. If you are looking for true 50amp, easy pull-throughs and a friendly staff, this is the park for you. The owner is very knowledgable about the surrounding areas as well. Though there are no trees and no pool, we will stay here again whether passing through the area or staying for some time. It's small, so during season you will want to call ahead. Great park if you are not traveling with children as there are no amenities for little ones.
We were very disappointed in this campground. Our camping books were misleading. There are quite a few permanent and long-term residents here. The pool was not open and the deck was all cracked. The laundry room floor was sagging and dangerous and electrical wiring was left exposed. We would have preferred a WalMart unless it had been the middle of summer when we had to have 50 amp.
A beautiful Corp of Engineers Park. The only trick was to find a site where we could use our satellite. We are 45' and 30 amp was fine in the spring but would not work in the hot summer months. The dump station was large enough to accommodate us as well. We loved this park!
This is a Corp of Engineers Park. The sites are spacious and beautiful. We had no trouble locating a site for our 45' motor home. Finding a site where we could use our satellite was a bit more difficult. In the heat of the summer, 30 amp would not be enough but we were very comfortable and the dump site was plenty large enough for us. We would stay here again!!
This is a Corp. of Engineers Park. They are always beautifully maintained. We loved staying here with nature, directly on the Lake in a 45' motor home. Though we couldn't get in every site, there were plenty to choose from. We only had to be aware of which sites would allow us to use the Satellite. In the hot Summer months, 30 amp would not have been enough. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a Corp of Engineers Park. It is not as nice as a lot of others we have stayed in, perhaps because there was only one site that would work for us this trip. They now have 4 or 5 50 amp sites...the one we were directed to was not that nice. We preferred to move on to a 30 amp site with a better view. However, in the heat of the Summer, they DO have 50 amp. You would probably need to call ahead to reserve one.
Beautiful, large sites. Lake sites have fish cleaning station, fire pit, patio and area for tow vehicle. Some sites were not level enough for big rigs. Nice wide roads and paved sites. We would stay here again over other parks in the area!
The park was clean and gated. We checked in after 7 and a guard told us which site to take but he had no knowledge of what sites were already occupied. The site he assigned was already occupied. It was on a corner because we are 45' and wanted a large site. They were more. When we got to the site it was no better than the interior sites and not worth paying more for. Grass was practically nonexistent, mostly weeds and sand. Interior roads were wide not the entire park was just old. It was a 1000 Trails Park and still accepts Good Sam and Thousand Trail Card. We would search for something newer next time. We had to check out with the guard at the gate and pay when we left because the office still had not opened. It took a very long time just to pay and go!!
There is a real mixed bag as to which sites are good and bad. Some are much more maintained and landscaped than others. Some feel really cramped with landscape. It is a very crowded park during winter season. Restaurants feel very old and stale. All in all, we enjoyed our stay and staff is friendly. We would stay here again but, it is quite a long way to activities outside the park.
Very expensive during the winter but worth the money. Sites are very large and beautifully landscaped. For the best views of the man-made lakes, choose a site on a cul-de-sac. People are very friendly. You must call ahead for reservations.
When arriving we had to wait about 20 minutes to choose a site but the roads are paved and the super sites are paved as well. Premium sites are more shaded but are not paved. We actually prefer them because they are in a less traveled area. Breakfast is available on the grounds.
We arrived expecting roads that would more easily accommodate a big rig. Management in the front office were rude. When a permanent resident informed us that we had to pick up our dog and carry her to the dog area, we went into the office to get a copy of the dog rules. They told us we should have identified ourselves as dog owners. They didn't ask! W e were yelled at for going the wrong way on one of the narrow streets. We weren't doing it on purpose! The winter residents do not like transients. We will not come back to this park as it is very unfriendly.