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Date of Stay:
March, 2007 -
We had a great time. Our site was small with a drop off on two sides. Not much room for the car. We spent most of our time there out in the park, seeing the sights and letting the kids play. We had no neighbors till the last night so it was real quite. If you are going there for the park and it's activities then I would say go and have a great time. If you are going for the campground well it leaves a little to be desired. My site was somewhat level. The site across from us had his tires about 18" off the ground and the hitch was about 6" off the ground. It was scary to watch them go in and out. some sites were very tight and no where near level. I don't know that we will go back any time soon. It was not a bad experience just now that we have been there done that I want to try new places. We camped at Stone Mountain Park Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2006 -
We had just got our TT and wanted somewhere close to home but still out camping to try it out. This campground is still very new. The owners were great. They made their rounds to make sure everything was in order everyday. I would like to see a bigger play ground for the kids. Tennessee game on a huge projection screen and cook out was one of the activities while we were there. I noticed on their website a pool is going in this season. The down sides for me 1- it was just a big field with camp sites; 2- Not a lot to do in the campground (still new this is in their plans); 3- All roads and sights are gravel. (not sure if they plan to pave). All in all it was nice and if your are coming in from out of town with plans for area attractions I would strongly recommend this camp ground. We camped at Black Bear Cove in a Travel Trailer.