I would agree that big rigs would have difficulty. Paid $16. for electric/water back-in site. Dump station available as you leave. Loop layout into a hillside overlooking lake/beach area. I would recommend sites 1, 3, 5, 8, 9 or 11 as they seem to be the easiest to back into. Site 7 is a "pull out" but only for someone small or without a tow. Small rigs/tents could access the others but they are angled funny. Absolutely great Wi-Fi, 25 OTA tv channels and we were able to get direct tv through the trees (portable system, site 5). Sites are big enough to not unhook. Bathrooms are big and clean and there is free laundry (1 and 1) near the rv sites. Great office help and easy to find office. Little bit of road noise. Little scary going down the hill to the sites but do-able. We would come back again.
Nice park with lots of things to do. This can be a vacation destination and looks like a lot of people use it. This is big-rig friendly. The wifi in the campground area is not working due to a lightning strike over a week ago. Apparently the park is at the mercy of the provider. Beware of big hump crossing railroad tracks on the Sandown RD leading to the park. You may hit bottom as you cross.
J.A. left this review using the Directory software: - Excellent place. Very quiet except for highway sounds. The people were exceptionally friendly. I would love to return in the summer I'm sure it is beautiful.
C.W. left this review using the Directory software: - This is a well kept secret in the Atlanta area. Great facility and super nice staff. Campground is wooded with easy access to sites. Saw at least one pull thru site. Facility is right on Lake Allatoona. Lovely beach.
T.H. left this review using the Directory software: I enjoyed my stay the lake is wonderful I was at only camp site next to lake with full hookups but no cable very pleasant. You'll like this camp it is a wonderful place to stay and visit while in Atlanta area.
I read the reviews and almost didn't stop. Thankfully we decided to give it a try. The people couldn't have been friendlier, the site couldn't have been better (unless there was some water in the lake), the clubhouse was clean, well designed and well stocked. And the showers were near fantastic--plenty of water pressure and very good shower heads. I had NO TROUBLE negotiating the hilly and tight roads in my 35-foot motorhome towing a minivan. The only downers were the lack of on-site sewer and the road and railroad noise that were nearly constant (the campground is adjacent to I-75 with a main railroad track in between). I had a couple of minor complaints that I voiced to the manager and he took care of them IMMEDIATELY. We liked it so much that we stayed four extra days and left Georgia during a blizzard (right, snow, a near white out at some points along the road). We are fulltimers and appreciate a place that makes an effort to make you feel comfortable--we were so comfortable we felt like family (kissin cousins, not feuding families). Give this place a try.
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