Date of Stay:
January, 2007 -
Despite the low temps at night we found this park a great place to stay for several weeks before heading to Florida for the winter. The Georgia heritage was all around us and it took days to visit everything available. The staff is extremely friendly, the restrooms were clean and well maintained, the sites ranged from partial hook-ups to either 30 or 50 amp full hook-up with cable with both grass and/or gravel to choose from. Their security staff makes you feel safe and don't be surprised by a knock on your door at night to remind you to close your cars' windows or turn off your lights lest your tow vehicle's battery is dead in the morning. Pick a site, get to know your neighbors and have a ball at a very decent place to stay. If the road noise bothers you, pick a site down below where the noise seems to disappear. Dogs are allowed but owners who refuse to pick up after them will be asked to vacate the park. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.