Date of Stay: February, 2007
Although this is a beautiful park, the stay was spoiled as a result of tree residue falling on top of our motor home. The roof and awnings were completely stained after a 14 day stay even though we swept the roof at least 4 times while we were there. They don't allow you to wash your coach so we were stuck with a stained mess that forced an 8 hour project and still we're left with stains. We would certainly consider camping there again but limit to a site not under live oaks. It seems there are very few of those. You could not keep the site clean of tree residue to the extent you couldn't even cook outside unless there was a cover on the food while cooking. The staff was friendly and all other aspects of the stay was great. We were pleasantly surprised that we were able to get Direct TV even under the trees.
Date of Stay: January, 2007
We had reservations for two weeks but stayed only 7 nights. The sites are absolutely too close together. With our awning out on one side of the motor home, we were approximately 1 inch from the slide on the next site. On the other side, we literally walked on top of the patio table of our neighbors when walking around the front of our coach to the "hook-up" side. The park appears dedicated to older units as semi-permanent set-ups and some of the residents let your know it's their park. Rates are too high to put up with these issues. In addition to a "stiff" daily rate, you also are required to pay extra for cable TV and for wi-fi when other parks provide within the daily rate. The staff was quite friendly and helpful but even that couldn't overcome the other issues. I wouldn't consider staying there again.
Date of Stay: August, 2006
Lovely campground. Clean, well kept. Have stayed more that once. The staff goes far and above what is expected. Hopefully the grass cutting incident mentioned in another email was an isolated case. The mountains and the stream are beautiful and located near the city of Hiawassee. Will surely camp there again.