Date of Stay:
September, 2015 -
This RV park has no mechanism for after-hours check-in (which for them begins after 5 pm). Thus, arriving later in the day or evening-as is quite common-will result in one being unable to utilize most of their much-touted amenities; i.e., there is no registration packet or other information that lists their high-speed wifi password, or laundry room and shower door codes. This is quite a glaring-and aggravating-omission for a park that seems to pay a good deal of attention to other details. We camped at Sundermeier RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
April, 2013 -
Very clean, well-organized, and well-maintained campground--in overall appearance one of the best I've seen. One has the slight impression that it is intended for those "passing through," as opposed to extended-stay. The camp's web site is well-designed and online reservations were extremely easy and convenient. The sites are gravel, but level and without dips or potholes. Each has a well-demarcated fire area, new picnic table, and hookups that are in very good condition. Our two dogs loved the pet area, which is quite large and is fenced and gated, with waste-bags provided. Propane is available as well. The only problem we had during our overnight stay was with the Wi-Fi: though we had a good signal, we were unable to connect to the Internet. Light sleepers take note: there is a busy train track literally a stone's throw from the campground, and we were awakened at least once during the night by the noise. Additionally, although the grounds are landscaped well, there were no shade trees; this might pose a bit of a problem during the summer months. We camped at Cave Country RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
February, 2013 -
The good: very friendly and helpful owner; provided us a 50A to 30A adapter at no charge. Location is less than a mile from the Silver Comet Trail; my wife and I were looking for a few good days of cycling on the Trail. The not-so-good: the campground, during the time of our visit, seemed to be something of a work-in-progress; the website painted an picture quite different from what we discovered upon arrival. Entry signs are unclear and confusing. Sites and roads are gravel and leveling was a minor headache. No Wi-Fi or cable TV available at our site (a 50 Amp site), and the hookups themselves are about 20 ft. away from the actual site itself. The brochure stated that alcohol was not allowed in the camp, as it was a "family" camp; however, I don't believe a camp owner can dictate whether one consumes alcohol within the RV (we certainly did). A significant number of sites appeared to be occupied by full-time residents. No online reservations are available, and the owner does not accept credit cards (luckily I had enough cash available to cover the stay). Overall, it seems this RV park has considerable potential, but has yet to realize it. If one is looking for quick access to the Silver Comet Trail, this camp is perfect (the only one I know of along the entire length of the Silver Comet/Chief Ladiga trail). Otherwise, for this area of Georgia, this camp would not be my first choice. We camped at The Rock RV Park in a Motorhome.