Date of Stay: July, 2008
First of all the Camp Hosts were incredible! Also the groundskeepers were very accommodating. They sprayed our camper down because we had a problem with ants. I saw plenty of deer and foxes. I did not enjoy the campsite we had because it was not on the water and not scenic at all. It was like a red clay and asphalt parking lot. Those sites are not recommended. I will be camping on the water in coming weeks. The beach was clean!
Date of Stay: June, 2008
Nice and very private. A personal favorite. Too bad we cannot store our campers there. No real businesses close by highly recommended that you bring everything you need. Also tough to get a cell signal on T-MOBILE and SPRINT.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
I personally think this park is overpriced. I am not an advocate of state parks being more expensive than private ones. This park is in the middle of NO WHERE. Bring everything you need because the closest store is about 20 miles away. The nature trail could have more info along the way. The miniature golf was not all that. The camp sites were too close for a park in the middle of no where with thousands of acres to boot. I am 6 ft tall and the restrooms must have been designed for a dwrf because when I sat down in the stall my knees touched the back of the door. Georgia needs to lower the prices.