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The online reservation system did not work (not operator error) office staff confirmed, and they didn't answer the phone (during business hours). This park is full of long-term residents and probably has 10 slots available for short-term stays.

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This is a self-service facility, every space with full hook up was occupied with long-term users. We were in the vendors space alongside the tractor-pull facility with out sewer hook up.

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Very convenient location off I-90 in central SD, even off season the staff is accessible. Good Wifi We are looking forward to camping there again.

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This park is in a "sketchy" part of town, however; very easy access from 370. We needed an overnight the office was closed. The map on the office window wasn't great. The concrete pad wasn't perfectly level.

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This is a phenomenal park with excellent amenities.

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It is what it is...an overnight near the I-75.

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Great place, we stayed in B 79 and did a lot of hiking.

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Once again, GA State Parks do not disappoint. We decided to head to Helen for the Christmas Festival and we enjoyed beautiful weekend with the family in the mountains of North GA. We arrived Friday evening, easy check-in we reserved a "full hook-up" site but our sewer line was too short. After spending a few hours in Helen on Saturday, we had lunch at the Tavern/Sports Bar at Unicoi the club sandwich was fantastic. Fall/Winter camping is great but this location would be excellent in summer also. We had a stream running behind our site.

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Very nice owners, clean, well-maintained layout. Very close to I-75 but not very noisy.

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Located on the county fairground property with many amenities: disc golf, mini golf, bike trails, soccer field, tennis courts. The camp host was very helpful.

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Memorial Day weekend every site was occupied, but it was not crowded. Level sites, clean restrooms and convenient canoe/kayak rental. Would definitely return.

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Private facility, not a government associated park. Fantastic. This place has everything that I look for: quiet, convenient, lots of room (largest spaces I have ever seen), tent campers are separate from RV campers, plenty of room for kids to play games. Other attractions include: BMX/Mountain bike track, fishing, walking trail, bike trails. Definitely staying here again.

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Another hidden jewel in Georgia's State Park system. Quiet, off the interstate but not remote. Golf, fishing, geo-caching, walking the nature trails or just relaxing in the shaded sites your choice.

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We called ahead to verify vacancy, they only have 10 "FULL HOOK UP" sites, the first row. The next two rows are water/electric only. Some are shaded, some more level than others. 34 of the 75 sites are for tent camping. Quiet, convenient to town and the Bluegrass Parkway. Friendly operators who have owned the property for 28 years.

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We stayed here over Masters weekend. It is close to Augusta and to I-20. Shaded lots with fire rings, picnic tables and plenty of room between each site. Nearby stores for provisions if necessary. Not all sites are pull through.