Date of Stay: October, 2009
This was a stop on our way back to Florida from North Carolina. There are very few places to stay between Atlanta and the cities of Northern Florida. This campground was rated "somewhat" positive but. It is very, very, close to Interstate 75 and there is road noise. Our pull-through was long but the connections were at the very end of the site. We had to use very long extensions with a big rig. We are from Florida and fire ants are not new to us. WOW, they really must not check their park for ants, they were everywhere. So, to us, it would just be a overnight stop if we could not find another spot to camp on the way home. Lastly, it was an easy in and out and also clean.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
We found this RV Park to be clean and well maintained. The sites were gravel, but they were very good for width and length. The staff was friendly, Wi-Fi was good, and it was close to the interstate. We would return to this park when in the area.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
We really enjoyed this park on our trip from Florida to Pennsylvania. Very easy to find from Interstate 81, staff great, and great sites available for big rigs. It was located next to a large farm with picture-card scenery of green and rolling hills. On our way trip from Pennsylvania and continuing onto the Smoky Mountains, we made a reservation for another night.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
After the last three reviews, we decided to stay at Savannah Oaks on our trip from southern Florida to the Pennsylvania area. Wow, what a disappointment. One review mentioned the sand sites and rain does not help with the "poor" condition of the sand. Yes, it is a very wooded Park and limbs and trees make a true test of moving a large rig to the site. The only good comment is regarding the long pull-through sites. Problems with trees, overhanging limbs, non-level sand sites, and the mosquitos, we would not return to this campground!
Date of Stay: August, 2008
The KOA/Ringold, Georgia was a overnight stop. The campground was not crowded, only with permanent residents, and it did not take very much time for us to realize that this campground was less-than-ideal. In conjunction with the noise from the "local" residents, mostly from their not controlled pets, proximity to Interstate 75 was constant with noise. We had a 45-foot motorhome with a tow, and our length is almost 71 foot. We asked for a site to accommodate our RV and tow, and the site was long enough. I had to place blocks in front of the wheels since the site was not even close to being level. After leveling, we almost could not leave the coach since the steps were 1 inch from the ground. Reaching the site is ok if you and the motorhome have mountain goat experience. Driving to the site was like driving in a maze and I was so happy to have a 600 horsepower engine to navigate the steep hills to our site. Even before we starting to prepare the coach for our stay, I walked the directions that the office gave to us for our departure. Wow: I am glad that I have alot of time moving around a large coach to "escape" this campground in the AM. Leaving the next morning did require me to move a few park signage to negotiate the curves and "small" mountains. Unless you have a four wheeler for the hills, tent, and earplugs, find a Truckstop and rest center on I-75.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Great park to stay in the Salt Lake City area. New park and the sites have grass, paved sites, and concrete area for picnic table and grills. We had a pull-through site and it was 80 ft. long. There absoulty was no problem pulling into the site and leaving in the AM. If time allowed, we would have stayed longer. Great park to spend overnight or exploring Salt Lake City.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Leaving Reno, Nevada traveling to the east, there are few campgrounds to spend a evening. From one campsite publication, Woodall, Winnemuca, Nevada was selected. Not only the campground, Winnemucca RV Park, but the town itself should change their name to Yak-a-mucca. The campground had many, many permanent residents, and the condition of their RV and space around their site was mostly very poor. The owners, stated "our site was one of the largest pull-through sites." We chose a pull-through because our travel plans were to leave early and not "drop" our tow vehicle. Before retiring for the evening, no campers or etc. were in front of our vehicle. Leaving would be very, very difficult but with caution and no vehicles to our forward position, it was possible. In the AM, we discoverd a camper across from our site and with the size of our rig, we would have to disconnet the tow and back out to leave. Luckly, the smaller motorhome in front of our coach, decided to leave at the same hour. Moving a pinic beach, fire pit, and a one-way sign, we left and would never return.