Date of Stay: September, 2007
Nice campground in a great location. The RV sites were easy to get into. The pool, spa, basketball court and playground were great. There was an area with an outdoor fireplace and comfortable rocking chairs that made for an excellent location to sit back and relax. The only negative I can think of is the lack of a grill or fire pit for each individual campsite. However, there was a community fire pit in addition to the outdoor fireplace and community grills. Will surely stay here again when in the area.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
The campground was decent, but the pull through RV sites leave a little to be desired. The reason I am giving such a poor rating is because of the management. I reserved a campsite for two nights for my wife's birthday. When we were leaving our house we had trouble with our wiring harness on the truck, so I called Deep Creek to see about changing our reservation to the following weekend. They said no and that we would be charged for both nights of the reservation, even if they booked the campsite. So, we found someone to fix the truck and made the 4 hour drive to Deep Creek and arrived around 8pm. We started setting up the travel trailer and realized the A/C did not work (brand new travel trailer). I went to the office and explained my situation again, but still no sympathy from Deep Creek. I was not asking for a refund, just the ability to move my reservation. Again, I was rudely told no. So, I paid $60 for a campsite we did not use and I am sure they were able to rent the campsite to someone else. Until this campground is under new management, I would not suggest staying here. You will not be treated with any shred of decency.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
The pull through campsites are excellent. Lots of shade and a great view. The river was a little low, but canoing was still fun. The waterfall was an excellent place to cool off on a hot day. This state park is very close to my house and I am sure we are going to camp here quite a bit.
Date of Stay: April, 2007
Tallulah Falls is a great place to stay. The part attendants are extremely helpful and very friendly. Pull through sites are nice and back-in sites are easy to get into. Easy hike from the campground to the falls and nature center. No sewer hook ups like all parks in GA and the dump station is at the front of the campground. However, it is easy to get to and the bathroom and showers are very clean in case you do not want to use the RV.