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Easy to find off the beltway. Interior roads are narrow and a bit tricky to navigate. Sites are paved but not all of them drain very well in heavy rain. Sites are close together and our slide went out over the picnic table. There's a lot of things for kids to do. There is some noise from the highway but our site was fairly quiet. Wifi was spotty even though they have several towers that appear to have strong signals. We wouldn't make this a destination park but might stay overnight again.

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This is a very easy park to find from the interstate. Watch for the signs next to the road to get to the entrance. Their website map is very helpful. The interior roads are a combination of paved and dirt. Our pull-through site was off one of the dirt roads. Sites are a mixture of dirt and gravel which makes it a little dirty especially if it rains. This is a nice park for overnight. It's far enough from the interstate so there is no road noise. They have metal picnic tables and ask that you don't put grills on the tables.

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This is a very easy to find park right next to the interstate. We stayed here about 4 years ago and had a site further away from the interstate. This time we were in a pull through in the front. There is some road noise but the trains throughout the night woke us several times. Sites are gravel but the picnic table is on a paved slab. This is a very good park for overnight or a day for rest and we will definitely stay here again.

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This is a beautiful park and easy to get to from the interstate. The road leading to the campground needs some trees trimmed but that's not something the campground can control. It's close to the historical sites and nice and quiet. The front area is all paved with lots of trees. Some turns were a little narrow but nothing to really worry about. Our site was in the back, which was gravel with gravel roads. They're still working on the back area. The picnic table at our site had one warped plank which was bent way up making that part of the table unusable. This park is a 9+ and we would definitely come again.

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This is the 2nd time we've stayed here because it's close to family. Both times we've said we will not return but next time we will definitely stay in a different park even though we'll have to drive longer so see family. The pull through sites are sideways, but the hookups are poorly lined up and not even, which makes pulling in difficult. Our site was not level. We had to use 2 pieces of wood to level and not have our tires off the ground. Sites are a little bit of gravel but mostly dirt. Water pressure was terrible. We couldn't pull through to leave because of the trees and side drop offs. We arrived just after noon and were charged a $5 early registration fee - registration starts at 1:00. Never had this happen before! No cable, no WiFi, no satellite, just noise from the gun range and airport. This was not a pleasant experience.

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This is a beautiful park once you are in and set up. The road leading to the park is a little narrow with trees that need trimming. Once in the park, the interior roads are VERY narrow with trees and no shoulders on the sides. There are some side drops that you don't want to get into. You are not escorted to your site and this is the first park we've been in that we felt we really could have used an escort to help us find our site. It's fairly large with a lot of crossing roads. If passing through this area again, we will look for a different, more big rig friendly park.

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This park is easy to find from the interstate. Interior roads are gravel and a little narrow. We were led to our site. The tree over our coach needed trimming. Sites are gravel, narrow and not really level. We were able to position the coach so we didn't need leveling blocks. There was a paved patio with table, chairs and grill, however, there was so much bird droppings that we wouldn't have used it if we had stayed longer. It rained the night before we left and put some fairly deep ruts in the road. The owners were doing a lot of yard work while we were there, hopefully, they will take care of the dirty patio and the ruts in the interior roads. We might stay here again and give it another try if passing through. It has a lot of possibilities.

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Follow their website directions and you will not have any trouble finding this park. It's a very well kept KOA. We arrived in Gaffney a week early for our scheduled "Camp Freightliner" training and service on our coach so we stayed here before moving to the Freightliner campground and were very pleasantly surprised by the amenities. They have so much to do, especially for kids. The interior roads are one way and a bit narrow but very manageable. Sites are gravel with grass and picnic tables. We requested a site with no trees so we could get satellite but many sites have trees. Internet was strong and reliable. We will definitely stay here again.

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This park is easy to find from the interstate. The interior roads are a little narrow. The entrance road is just wide enough for 2 RVs to pass, if necessary and is paved. The road then turns into a gravel road to the sites. We had a pull-through just wide enough for the rig. It was fairly level. We had no problems using jack pads. However, the picnic table was down a slight slope next to the site. It wasn't really a problem. The area is quiet and beautiful. There was a large open field which the dog loved. We stayed here a couple of days while visiting the area. We would stay here again.

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Coming from the south, take the first right in Mountain City (Playhouse Dr.) then go straight to the campground entrance on the right. We almost turned into the cabin entrance because we didn't see the smaller sign further up the road. This is a very nice park for a couple of days while visiting the area. We had one of the 3 pull-throughs so that we could get satellite. The sites are gravel but mostly level. The owner is extremely helpful and is constantly working on the grounds. There is some minor traffic noise but nothing to complain about. I was concerned about having to make a left turn onto 441 when leaving, but we really didn't have any problem. The traffic flow does let up providing the chance to make the turn. We would definitely stay here again when visiting or passing through.

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This is very easy to find off GA 9. They don't accept credit cards. We had a back in site right on the lakes and it was beautiful. W & E only on the lake but it was fine for a night or two. Interior roads are easily navigated and there is more than enough room to swing around for backing in. Lots of grassy areas to walk the dog. Very well maintained. This is just a beautiful park. We will definitely return again if coming through this way.

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Signage for this campgound needs to be improved. The large signs for Noccalula Falls park are misleading. The campground is 1/2 mile past the park but the signs are too small to read from a distance. The interior roads are narrow with lots of trees. The wife had to get out twice to move garbage cans so we could get through. If an RV is parked at the office for check in, you have to sit and wait for them to move so you can get back to your site. Our pull through had not been cleaned up after the previous campers - trash and cigarette butts. For shorter RVs, trailers, tents, etc. this is probably a nice park but we wouldn't return.

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This is a very nice, quiet park. Watch the entrance to the park. There are deep ditches on either side of the entry road and you are coming in on a 2 lane road. You need to swing left into the oncoming traffic lane to make the wide right turn. Fortunately, there isn't a lot of traffic on the road. The interior roads are also a bit narrow and some of the trees need to be trimmed. The sites are also a bit narrow. Our front slide went out over the picnic table. We would have had to move the table if we were staying more than the night. Overall, this is a nice park and we would return.

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Easy to get to from the interstate. Don't be deterred by the "alley" look when you turn right at the Sawmill Cafe. The park entrance is through the parking lot/dumpster area on the side of the cafe. You should stop and register at the cafe since the office isn't always open. Once inside the park, it's very nice - gravel sites and well maintained grass. We ate dinner at the Sawmill Cafe and it really wasn't bad. This is a good overnight stop. We would stay here again.

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Easy on/off from Interstate. Older park with narrow, gravel roads but maneuverable even with a 40 foot rig and tow. Well maintained trees and grass. Office staff is very helpful. They offer pizza and wings in the evening and will even deliver to your coach. Good for an overnight stop. We would stay here again.