Date of Stay: April, 2017
We love to come to McKinney Campground. We have been going there for 27 years. My husband caught 59 crappie, a 4ft. gar, and good size catfish. Pretty productive fishing trip. However, this past time the restroom at the top of the hill above sites 86-91 were pretty disgusting. The main restroom in that area was pretty clean. Just beware there is one female attendant at the gate that can be pretty darn rude.
Date of Stay: March, 2017
We have just completed staying here for our 3rd winter. We love it here up on the hill, but this winter has been extremely noisy. There are several pipeline workers living here for a while and most of them are young single guys. They all start their diesel trucks, with glass pack mufflers around 6:00am and let them idle for a while before going to work. Then, on weekends they speed up in the park all hours of the night. There is no security in this park and no one to enforce speed limit. Also, our truck and our friends vehicle got "keyed" one night--once again lack of security.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
Big rig friendly, clean. Great campground. Downside: logging trucks go by all day, very noisy. Have very few fire rings. Very accommodating for RV club, great people.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
Some sites unlevel, but otherwise great park. Kept up well, large sites, big rig friendly, easy on off to I-85, however exit not marked well. Will stay there again.
Date of Stay: May, 2014
I agree with the other people who made poor reviews. Nice long drive-ways, but you put your RV on the gravel beside. Advertise Wi-Fi, we were close to Hot Spot, but didn't work. No cable. Pricy for no cable and Wi-Fi.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
1st time here. Loved it. Beautiful view, good base location for sightseeing. Owner and staff very friendly. Definitely will return again.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
We stayed at McKinney for 4 nights. The first night we parked our diesel truck with a locked topper on the back, out in the overflow parking lot. Someone broke into the topper and stole our First-Up Canopy, an electric-air compressor, an ax, a bow saw and a set of Lynx Levelers, all totaled approximately $700, including repair to our truck. We called Bartow County Sheriff. He said there had been break-ins in autos each night that week and several over the previous weekend in the overflow lot. The sheriff also said they could not patrol during the night because they did not have the staff. This obviously is a problem here, but the Corp of Engineers will not allow signs to be put up on the windows of the registration booth warning people of break-ins in the overflow lot or to warn people to take all valuables with them. We have been camping here for 18 years and still will because it is a great campground and they have wonderful attendants at the registration booth. However, we won't leave out truck out in the overflow lot anymore.