I was supposed to stay for two nights only lasted one. The campground is littered in trash. The campfire ring had old clothes, bottles, and trash in it along with the two sites next to me. The bathrooms were never cleaned and were the worst that I have seen since camping. Shower curtain was covered in mold, and the floors had not been swept or moped in a long time. The road is gravel with pot holes and washed out places. The back of the sites had beer cans and bottles all in the woods. The majority of the sites were unlevel. I would highly recommend staying away from this place. They had no pride in the campground at all. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Water park (extra $), Roller rink ($1 on Monday; $6 I think on Fri and Sat), Laundry, Padded sites, Kids play gym, VERY FRIENDLY OWNER! Nice big lots, small lake, Monthly rental is 330/30 350/50, near West Point Lake. Great County park about .5 miles with boat ramp. Does have unpaved road in the campground. Maybe that will change soon. Great free fast wi-fi. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Owner is very nice. Yes, there are trains during the night, but we love trains. We will return. We had a site on the small lake (pond) that faces the water from the patio area, and no other RV's, though you must be a Class C or A to get into it because you have to back out. There is also a Roller Rink($), 2 300' water slides($), and batting cages($) on site. Mostly under trees, the sites are plenty shady. A few are small but mostly they are decent sized, and fairly level. (We didn't have to use any blocks at all) Typical Georgia clay roads that are in good shape other than the entry. Their flyer does not say how many sites are here. The owner is working hard on the park, and took the time to use the tractor on our site to make sure it was plenty level, and spread hay over the clay areas, once we made our reservation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We only overnighted here but we will definitely return. While this campground is well outside of the city of LaGrange, it is a beautiful facility along the shores of West Point Lake. Sites are large and private with paved pads, easy back in, and a woodsy lakeside setting. Everything is very well tended and clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camp in a popup and we like to see clean updated restroom and showers. Holiday COE at best has dated restrooms and showers. We have never been to a campground much less a COE where there are seperate shower buildings that are not close to each loop. I would think that this campground needs an overhaul of the entire facilities. This was our first stay on West Point and probably will not be back. The scenery was fantastic especially at sundown and the camping was peaceful. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
If you're looking for a nice spot next to the lake under the trees, look no further than this park. It was quiet and the weather was nice while we were here, which always makes a place more enjoyable. Of course, not all sites are next to the water, and some sections have only 30-amp service with water. There are no sewer hookups, but dump stations are available. We stayed at site #111 in the #103-112 section, which is at the end of the road and receives less traffic than other areas of the park. There are sections dedicated just to groups of tents or RV's which is nice. Unfortunately, many sites throughout the park are not even close to level, which is important to us with a large motorhome and caused our rating to drop. All sites are paved, spacious, and have a fire pit and picnic table. We got fairly good Verizon service to our phones and MiFi. Bathrooms and showers are clean. The showers are small, and I wish they would add some shelves for shampoo and soap. The building near our section had one washer and one dryer. There are a couple of short walking trails that are nice, and several miles of paved roads that can be walked or biked. Major stores and the main part of LaGrange are about 10 miles away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground. It is next door to White Tail Ridge. I think this is the better of the two in that more sites are on the water. Both are great. The site was very large and easy to back into. It had a separate space on the site for the tow vehicle. It also had a fire ring, picnic table water and electric. The sites are spaced far apart which makes for nice quiet evenings. We plan to return to this campground many times. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a great place. The camp sites, fire rings, tables, rest rooms, playgrounds, and everything else are all clean and well-maintained. Many of the sites are on the water and the rest are just a short walk away. We stayed here during spring break, got one of the last sites (interior), and it was still quiet and the clientele was friendly and polite. I know the Corps is subject to budget pressures and is closing some campgrounds, but they're doing a great job on the open ones. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We love how this campground has sites right on the water as we like to take our kayaks with us. The only downside is not having a sewer hookup. Its nice that you can go online and reserve your specific spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the first time we camped here. The spot was wonderful! The people in the office that checked us in were very friendly and even gave us some extra trash bags. We will definitely come back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park and good staff. Very clean but lacks a good pad to sit on. Park closes gate at 10pm and does not open gate until 7am so getting an early start is difficult but is secure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground stays very busy. Nice staff and well kept grounds. I wish they had sewer connections, but at least the dump station had two receptacles. Area is generally level and a great place to walk or ride a bike. Seemed like a lot of college kids this weekend, but campground was still peaceful the majority of the time. We will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great Campground! Our site was very large(52)! We were right on the water, so very convenient to pull boat right up to your site! Park is rather large! Saw lots of wildlife -deer, turkeys! Would definitely camp here again and recommend this campground! Camp hosts were very friendly! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice and very private. A personal favorite. Too bad we cannot store our campers there. No real businesses close by highly recommended that you bring everything you need. Also tough to get a cell signal on T-MOBILE and SPRINT. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are all well spaced and some are very private. Just about every site has at least some shade during the day. A special NOTE regarding the bathrooms. The bath house (shower and rest room) near us was very clean and fairly new. However, there are only a few of these throughout this very large park (it is several miles from one end of the park to the other). In some loops, there was only a two stall bathroom with NO sink or apparent running water. So, if you expect a nice rest room facility near your site, make sure you locate a site near one of the bath houses and not just a rest room. The kids enjoyed seeing the many deer and turkeys that congregated near the dump station. The dump station was clean and easy to use. One final note, make sure to bring what you need with you. The park is quite a distance from any grocery store or gas station. Overall, a great park! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lovely, shaded, so it was cool, even on hot days. Each site in the loop has a path leading to the lakeside: beautiful setting. Picnic table provided, as well as hook to hang lantern, and a leveled gravel pad for tents. Sites are FAIRLY level, but our site (23) had a tough time leveling due to the slant from the road to the lake. It was a bear!! Beautiful place, though make reservations ahead of time! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Corp of Engineers Park. The sites are spacious and beautiful. We had no trouble locating a site for our 45' motor home. Finding a site where we could use our satellite was a bit more difficult. In the heat of the summer, 30 amp would not be enough but we were very comfortable and the dump site was plenty large enough for us. We would stay here again!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hard to say whether this place is friendly. We never saw a soul. Just signs telling us where to drop our money. We called the phone number posted, but the woman who answered was nowhere near this place and knew nothing. So we deducted the Good Sam discount since they advertise on their own sign and in Trailer Life as a Good Sam park and dropped the resulting $20 in the box. There's no reason to ever come back. If the trains persist, there will be a good reason to stay away. The rumble actually shakes the motorhome slightly, and the whistle is louder than we like to have the television volume. I agree that the banners with the Bible verses are over the top considering the contrast between what they imply and the complete indifference these people seem to have to the people from whom they want to take money. It won't be us again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hoofer's is the most non-hospitable RV campground we have encountered in 30 years of road travel. We phoned ahead to make sure the place was open for business. The phone was answered, "Gospel Barn." I asked if this was the correct number for the RV park and was told yes. The person on the phone volunteered no information, and sounded as though she was annoyed at having been interrupted. It was easy enough to find the place, but there was absolutely nobody around to greet us, do registration, whatever. At the gate, we found a stack of registration forms that had been left out in the weather, with instructions to fill one out and put it in an ordinary tin mailbox, along with our payment. Never mind that we prefer to use credit cards, and we certainly were not going to leave a check under the circumstances. The sites, such as they are, are laid out in rows in a big open area. Since the roads were gravel, becoming overgrown, there was no way to know if any of them were pull-throughs. Because we were tired, we made camp in spite of our misgivings. We watched half a dozen others come in the gate and go through the same confusing process we did. A few truckloads of workers showed up, but it appeared they were a painting crew, just using one of the sheds on the place for storage. I have never spent the night on a Wal-mart parking lot, but I am certain I'd get a better welcome there. Bible verses posted here and there on banners were actually offensive in the context of this we-don't-give-a-damn management. I suppose you could call it salvation by post-It notes, but the place showed no evidence of anyone caring about anything other than the money they expected to collect on the occasion of their gospel or bluegrass concerts. I will drive out of my way to avoid this place in the future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed 1 night while traveling. There are no recreational amenities except some
weekends have Blue Grass or Gospel singing in the 'barn' which is on site. There are very, very clean restrooms and showers and nice laundry area. The
hosts were very nice. Great place to stay if in the area or traveling through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice Corps of Engineers park on West Point lake. The sites are well spaced and offer lots of privacy. Water and electrical hookups were fine and I did not experience any problems with either. The front office personnel were very hospitable and helpful. They do a great job. The only objection to the park is that its about 12 miles or so from the nearest city. Other than that, its a wonderful park and we will be coming back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most of the sites within Whitetail Ridge COE are spacious. Most sites can accommodate large rigs and there is usually a space near the site to park a truck or tow. All of the interior roads were on asphalt. Some of the sites were on gravel while others were on asphalt. The interior roads were pretty narrow. There are only two buildings for bathrooms and only two shower stalls (per sex) for the entire campground. The loop we were in was only a ¼ filled and yet the electrical voltage was hovering around 115. I would image that during the summer the voltage would be a potential problem. All sites had 20/30 amp service. The utilities were located at the rear of the site. No Wi-Fi was available. Verizon cell phone and internet access was good. As of March of this year, all sites are on the reservation system. To avoid going through the town of LaGrange take exit 13 off of I-85, then take Pegasus Hwy which is just north of the Pilot truck stop. My GPS did not show this route but Goggle Earth did. I am assuming that this campground would get pretty busy during the summer. We would camp here again but only off-season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This yet another wonderful Corps campground. This one is adjacent to Holiday, and they are essentially the same: clean and well-maintained camp sites, rest rooms, playgrounds, and all. Many of the sites are right on the lake and the rest are just a short walk away. The camp hosts are very friendly and diligent about keeping the campground in top shape. There are about half a dozen campgrounds at West Point Lake. They are all so nice that even though we live in the area, we frequently go "camping" just because the experience is so good. The stated rate reflects the Senior Discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are several COE parks at West Point Lake. This one had one of the best AT&T cell phone signals and internet access on our mi-fi card. Sites were level, we didn't have any problems getting in or out with our 40 foot rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Corps of Engineers Park, located on West Point Lake, with 500 miles of shoreline. 58 sites with water and electric. Good paved roads, with paved driveways and cement slabs for each site. Most sites on the water. Open March 23rd to November 24th. The "Senior Gold Card" is honored for 50% off campsite price of $24.00/night. 23 walkin sites. 58 sites with 30 amp electric and water, 4 pull through sites. Maximum vehicle length is 65'. Clean bathrooms and showers. Less than 10 miles to great town with good shopping. WWW.recreation.gov or 877-444-6777 for reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very happy with our stay in this campground. Another great COE campground experience! The site had all the basics, water electric, level site, fire ring and a bonus lake front. The site was a little tricky to back into. But, the site was plenty big once parked and set up. We will visit again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
COE Campground which is very nice. Clean showers and big sites. This is a very peaceful campground and is very well maintained. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10 is the lack of 50-amp service. I will definitely come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first visit to the park. We stayed in site 2. This is a COE park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Virtually all of the sites would handle good sized rigs. I was amazed at the open public area in virtually every site. These were the biggest I have seen. Good group gathering potential. The only reason I gave this park a 9 is the distance between shower houses. There are two in the park and one general bathroom that we noticed. If you do not have a self contained unit, be prepared for a hike to the shower. We look forward to camping here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fantastic COE park. Combination concrete, asphalt, stone pads which are level. Sites spaced out 50-200' apart. Excellent park just to get away from people. Few trails but lots of good roads and shallow clay sand beaches. All lots are wooded with minimal lights for great dark nights. Restrooms far from sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Corp. of Engineers Park. They are always beautifully maintained. We loved staying here with nature, directly on the Lake in a 45' motor home. Though we couldn't get in every site, there were plenty to choose from. We only had to be aware of which sites would allow us to use the Satellite. In the hot Summer months, 30 amp would not have been enough. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very laid back campground. Almost all sites are waterfront. Bathhouse was very clean and also has washer and dryer. You can pull your boats up to a majority of the sites. We did experience ants but it could have been the time of year.. It does have a playground for kids. It also has 3 double-unit campsites. Please don't forget the kids bikes and if you have a boat it would be a bonus. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Whitetail is very nice and quiet.. Very spacious.. If you go in the summer months please bring something for ants. We had treated the ground w/ powder ant stuff but did not bring any spray and they were entering the camper thru the roof area.. I guess they were falling out of the trees. Don't get me wrong w/ love the campgrounds but I guess the ant thing is due to the lack of rain.. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.