Date of Stay: July, 2009
We camped here over the 4th of July, and it is a nice location. The park sits on the bay, and it's nice to go down there and watch the activities. You have to cross a busy street and walk through a lot of sand to get to the beach. Everybody had extremely low water pressure, and they tried to blame it on the water coming on the Island, but my sister-in-law's condo was fine. Also electricity bounced around, and it was small and crowded. However, staff was very nice and helpful. For the money I would probably recommend other resorts that we saw.
Date of Stay: February, 2009
This was a very nice campground, from my viewpoint as a skiier. They had nice clean private showers, game room, exercise room, hot tub, pool. Large pull through, plus back in (easily) sites. Electric heater to the water to prevent freezing. All in all a great skiing RV experience. Will definitely go back.
Date of Stay: October, 2008
This park had all the amenities of a larger park. The owner is on site and keeps a close eye on everything. At night people have to drive by his house to get in and out so he can make sure it's campers. He is very friendly and helpful. I highly recommend this place.
Date of Stay: October, 2008
This camp ground is located close to Black Rock State Park and Tallolugh Falls State Park. You will not find a friendlier owner on the planet the camp ground was clean and very well kept. The owners bent over backwards to make sure you were happy. You do need a Tow Car as the camp grounds are small and nothing to do or eat any where within walking distance. But some great places close buy. Highly recommend. There is a nice Creek that runs through the park and 13 sites back up to it but I didn't consider that water front This is just outside of Clayton, Ga.
Date of Stay: September, 2008
This was a great camp site. Very picturesque with deer right beside your RV and beauty from foliage to the beach. A lot to see and do plus the Seafood restaurants were great. Very busy though with quite a few children so book early and stay away from the sites near the play area.
Date of Stay: August, 2008
We are really liking the state parks in Georgia. They are clean large sites and the only thing lacking was sewer at the site. However the dump location was easy to get to and always available. The RV sites are all pull thru with picnic benches and fire pits also cable. Lots of stuff to do golf, hiking swimming, miniature golf, boat rental, etc. Also great restaurant at the lodge. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is no sewer dump at each site.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
This was a very nice park we were surprised at how nice it was. All the sites are large and very nice back in's but with plenty of room to maneuver. The main activity is hiking but the hiking views were very nice. People were very friendly and everything was kept up well. It rained (actually poured) while we were there and the campsites drained impressively well. There is one area on the trip up the mountain where the campsites are that I began to wonder if my 37 foot V10 was going to make or not and several people I talked to said the same thing about the same area.
Date of Stay: April, 2008
The sites were cramped and very tough to maneuver in. It had rained when we pulled in and we got stuck. There are junk trailers, campers that people live in all over the place. We woke up the next morning to find our Toad stolen by one of the people that lives in the park. When the police came they said "sir we are out here all the time and that guy that stole your car just got out of jail and we just arrested his brother last week". The police also said "sir people like you should not be in here and we are shocked to see a motor home like yours in here, we suggest you leave ASAP". To me they were acting like we were lucky we didn't get robbed. I highly advise avoiding this park at all costs.
Date of Stay: February, 2008
We really enjoyed this park nice big lots although the one we had was just a little tight get into but once you did there was tons of room with water and electric on both sides of the pad. Very quiet, nice friendly staff and all the people walking around, etc were friendly. Definitely recommend this park and we will most likely stay here again.
Date of Stay: November, 2007
This is an extremely high end resort. Plenty of clean nice pools. The lot was really nice and fairly large. Really nice to walk around to all the different areas from basic lot to RV homes.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
Very nice location and facilities. The sites are gravel and we got an ocean front and came very close to getting stuck as it had rained a lot before we got there. However there were some very nice gravel, grassy lots that were a little further back that were probably cheaper and certainly firmer packed. But overall I would highly recommend this location.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
We stayed in an Ocean Front lot and it was very close to the ocean. The pads were concrete very level all accommodations were 1st Class. At night the campers have a golf cart cruise after dark but security shuts them down at 10pm and it is very quiet and nice. Great place for all ages. Nice mini golf and pool also.