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Nice place for an overnight stay. Very quiet. Dirt sites were fine during our stay, however could be a problem if it rained. Decent TV reception. No AT & T cell signal. Free wi-fi for 15 minute trial. Wi-fi for a fee after 15 minutes. We didn't need wi-fi so we didn't use it.

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Beautiful campground, right next to a huge lake. Paved roads. Gravel/packed dirt sites. Utilities worked perfectly. Didn't use the dump station. Good TV reception. No AT & T cell coverage. Bathrooms & showers were clean, however too hot/humid to use the showers. Heat index was over 100 degrees outside and the bathrooms & showers were not air conditioned. Box-fan hanging from the ceiling just moved the hot air around. Needless to say, the bathrooms felt like a stuffy sauna. We used the bathroom but opted to shower in our RV. If you're looking for a quiet, beautiful campground this is the place for you. We loved it, and will be back when passing through the area.

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Second visit to this campground. We were here in August 2015. It's still just as nice as it was last year. The manager, is great...helpful and efficient. Exceptionally clean bathrooms and showers. Among the cleanest we've seen. Clean sites with utilities that functioned perfectly. Limited analog cable TV, but lots of digital over-the-air channels. Good AT & T cell signal. Spotty wi-fi signal kept cutting off and on. This is our campground of choice whenever we're in the Anniston area.

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Small campground. 25 spacious sites. Seven sites have full hookups. Remainder have water and electricity. Dump station is easily accessible as you leave the campground. Numerous tent sites in the woods. RV sites are packed gravel/sand. Roads are packed sand. There were heavy rains prior to our arrival. Workers were spreading sand on the roads to smooth them out. Brand-new electrical utility connections worked perfectly. Water and sewer connections worked fine. Excellent television reception. Virtually no AT & T cell coverage. No wi-fi. Bathrooms were ok, but in need of updating. No trash receptacles in the campground. Dumpster facility accessible as you leave the campground. NOTE: bring lots of mosquito repellent! Mosquitos were aggressive and abundant, especially along the trails through the woods.

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The good: Very clean campground; one of the nicest KOAs we've ever stayed at. Helpful staff. Staff members throughout the campground were picking up trash, cleaning fire pits, and maintaining the bathrooms and showers. Cable TV and all utilities worked fine. Site was dirt/gravel. Could be a problem if it rained, but the weather was great during our visit. Awesome fenced-in dog run. The bad: ridiculously expensive. Paid $66.00 a night for a regular full hookup site. And that rate included our 10% KOA discount. Seriously? We didn't even bother to ask what a "premium" site would have cost. It's a nice campground, but be prepared for sticker shock. This is an expensive campground, even by KOA standards.

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Great campground, right on the shore of Lake Moultrie. Roomy sites, some on the shoreline. Shoreline sites are on concrete pads; remaining sites are dirt. Could be a problem during heavy rain. Sites were level and maintained. Our site had a picnic table and a fire ring. Small shopette. LP and firewood sold. Boat rentals. Cabins available for rent, similar to KOA cabins. Bathrooms were cleaned and stocked each day during the week. We stayed Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday so we can't comment on how things work on the weekends. We enjoyed our three-day stay, and we'll definitely stay here again.

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Pretty disappointed. Old Stone Fort state park is a beautiful place, however the campground is in serious need of updating. Maybe it's a budget issue? Price reflected winter/senior discount. Note that during the winter there are no shower facilities. Ten minutes to town and shopping. Be careful on the extremely narrow bridge that leads to the campground. Paved roads. Paved, level sites. Some sites were tight, and could be a challenge for big rigs. No problem for our 23' Class C. No wi-fi. Utility connections very old but worked. Dump station available as you leave the campground. Trash cans available throughout the campground. Restrooms serviceable, but old and in need of update. No shower facilities in winter season. No laundry facility. Good cell coverage via AT & T. Those with a satellite dish might not have coverage due to the trees. Given some attention, maintenance and updating, the Old Stone Fort campground could be an awesome place.

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Loved this campground! Beautiful place. Stayed here three nights while visiting family in McMinnville. Fifteen minutes to town and shopping. Be careful on the narrow, winding roads that lead to the park. Groups of deer were wandering just off the roadway. Paved roads. Paved sites. Some sites were tight, and could be a challenge for big rigs. No problem for our 23' Class C. Great wi-fi signal. Utility connections new and worked perfectly. Two-lane dump station, however one lane was closed for the winter season. Trash collection next to the dump station. Restrooms and showers among the cleanest we've seen. Laundry facility worked fine. $1.00 for washer and $1.00 for dryer. Decent cell coverage via AT & T. Only downside is virtually no television reception. Three channels, no major networks. Those with a satellite dish might not have coverage either due to the trees. But it's all good. Turn off the television and get out to enjoy this awesome state park. We'll be back again for sure.

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Someone already mentioned the extremely tight right-hand turn into the park. Big-rig owners need to be careful. Owner friendly; he escorted us to our site. Super-clean bathrooms even though park was full due to Halloween weekend events. Paved roads were tight due to park being full. Gravel sites. Our site was level. Cable TV only on select sites. No problem because numerous channels are available over the air. Park has wi-fi. Overall a great place to stay.

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Close to I-81. Hookups OK. But that's about it. Basically a gravel parking lot. No space between campers. The "bathhouse" was an absolute mess. Saw no signs of cleaning and it looks like it hasn't seen maintenance in years. We'd only stay here again in a pinch.

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Close to I-86. Very nice place. Large, extremely clean bathrooms. We registered for one night. We liked it here so much that we stayed a second night. We'll stay here again.

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This is NOT a Georgia "state" park. It's a COUNTY park, managed by Carroll County. According to the campground office this hasn't been a Georgia "state" park since about 2010. $24.00 rate reflects senior discount. It's a nice campground for an overnight stay. Sites are gravel. Roads are paved. Sites are water & electric. Dump station is available. Some sites will be a challenge for larger rigs due to the trees. Cable TV works great. Restrooms are ok, but could use some work. They're functional and fairly clean but could use some updating and sprucing up. We'd stay here again.

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This gentleman runs a very nice, clean, campground. It's not a destination park, it's a functional, "no-frills" campground. Other than a very pretty lake and nature walk that surrounds the lake, there's little to do here. Restrooms are very clean. No Wi-Fi. Crystal-clear cable TV has about 70 channels. Internet access is available through the cable TV connection. You pay a $50.00 deposit for the internet modem equipment, but get it back when you return the modem at check-out. No campground store. Very clean washer/dryer room in the office building. Propane available. Near the highway, a little road noise, but not that bad, especially towards the back of the park. Five-minute drive to the Texas Motor Speedway. Short drive North on State Highway 6 into College Station and Bryan. We liked the campground, and will stay here again if we are in the area.

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Very, very busy campground. Some areas of the campground, especially near the river, had campers packed in like sardines. Former KOA. Nice hot tubs and pool area. Lots to do for the kids. A family campground, you must be watchful for children. Bathrooms and laundry areas pretty clean, especially given the volume of campers. We would stay here again, but not on a high-volume night like Friday or Saturday. Just too crowded for us to enjoy.

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We gave this campground a 2, but only because of the very pretty surroundings. The facilities themselves rated a 1. We paid $33.00 for a water/electric site. We expected better, however, this campground apparently hasn't seen preventive maintenance in years. Filthy bathrooms. Laundry area and laundry machines were so filthy that we opted to do laundry at our next stop. Deep cleaning of the bathhouse and laundry room, and a fresh coat of paint throughout would do wonders. Deep in a valley, do not expect your cell phones to work. We would not return to this campground.