Date of Stay: June, 2007
This campground seems to be a bit run down. The only shaded sights were not on the water. It was noticeable that several trees had been cut down. Weeds were growing tall and several sights were surrounded by poison ivy. Restrooms were worn but clean. Camp hosts were accommodating, but we never saw anyone patrol the area. Lots of tent campers here with boats.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
Campground is beautifully shaded with most sites on the water. Restrooms are well maintained and camp hosts are very accommodating. Sites have picnic tables and grills, nice level paved sites. BUT, it seems this campground was developed before I-75 put a bridge over that section of Lake Allatoona. The high level of noise from cars and trucks crossing the I-75 bridge can be heard in every section of this campground. Even when we were inside our rig with the A/C on, we could hear the roar of the traffic all night long. It’s such a shame as this is a beautiful campground.
Date of Stay: August, 2006
This is our favorite campground in Georgia, so far. It’s only about a 2-hour drive north of Atlanta, out in the boonies and nicely secluded. Most sights are right on the water, lots of shade trees, very quiet and relaxing. Golf Carts, ATVs, and motorized scooters are prohibited. Camp hosts were very accommodating and shower house was very clean. Interior roads are paved, campsites are large and quite level graveled; each has a nice picnic table and grill. Great place for fishing!