Date of Stay: April, 2006
Our camper club had a group trip here over Easter. Six families. The park staff was very helpful getting our group in sites together. The park is beautiful; sites are rather small for Ga State parks; and the road, while paved is narrow. The negatives were: the Park ranger was very rude Saturday night. W were up talking and yes it was past 10:00. We might have been a little loud but it was just adult conversation, no screaming, etc. Instead of just asking us politely to hold it down, he told us we all needed to "go to bed." Sunday, the militant campground host hounded us promptly at 1:00 PM to leave or pay for another night. There was no one waiting; we were all packed and ready to go. There is no excuse for rudeness from Park Rangers or a campground host. I have never experienced this before in a Ga State Park. Our group probably will not return because of this rude Ranger and Camp Host.
Date of Stay: January, 2006
We stopped at this campground on our way to South Carolina. We arrived past 8PM and called earlier in the day where the staff told us to come on in and occupy any site and pay in the morning. The staff was very pleasant and accommodating. When we pulled into the tiny little town of Crawfordville we were pleasantly surprised to find the park tucked neatly behind the town. The sites were the largest I have seen in any state park and were immaculate and well groomed gravel. The sites were very level and about half were pull throughs. The campground is in a neat pine grove and a large old tower is in the center of the campground. We did not have the opportunity to explore the park as this was just an overnight stay but we will definitely return to explore. The campground was a fine example of Ga State Parks, very clean and well maintained. We easily gave it a 10.