This place was beautiful on a lake with water side camp sites. It would be a solid 10 if they would install AC in the restrooms. Paved streets, paved sites, very clean. When it is 95 degrees outside, it is over 100 degrees in the restrooms. Just cool them down and this is a great park. I will be back. - aliner man
Campground is located directly across from Six Flags rec. park. Could be a really great park in an excellent location. Instead the sites are very narrow and you share fresh water spickets with the next guy. The roads are bumpy and the place needs repair.
Really a shame because it is in a location where you could really spend some quality time. Unfortunately, they stay packed because there is no competition anywhere close. - Motorhome Madness
Campground is old and not taken care of. It is a good location and we are glad it is there. It is okay for a day or two as long as you are self contained. We do wish they would fix up this campground and do the repairs that are needed. Many sites have disabled electric and water which are not used. It is sad to see a campground in this condition. We did enjoy our short stay and are glad it is open and here. There is not another campground anywhere around. - Road Runner
This has got to be the junkiest, most rundown excuse for a "trailer park" there is. We parked and listened all night to limbs from the trees falling on our brand new rig. My husband had to back out of a "pull thru" site and wiggle the RV out. Electric was very low. We didn't even bother to hook up water. The drainage ditch in the back of the park is nasty with very brown water and trash. - J59T
Some parks make you feel like you’re on vacation. Some parks make you feel like you’re at scout camp or retired. This park made us feel like trailer trash. Everything was in poor repair. The pavement was crumbling and full of potholes. A number of the RV slots were vacant, because the utilities didn’t work, and the hook-ups were covered with plastic bags. It was so heavily overgrown with trees and stumps that navigation was difficult. The "stream" that runs at the back of the park is more like a drainage ditch. Many of the park residents appeared to be permanent with rigs that would not be allowed in some of the fancier parks. Several of our neighbors seemed to go to work at 6 am every morning driving extremely loud trucks. Passing red necks shouted obscenities as they drove down the nearby road. The campground had no available sewer hook-ups to offer us—only a dump station. Only some of the bathroom fixtures worked. For example, one of the two urinals in the men’s room was gone and the other was broken. The stall doors were badly rusted. However, it was all freshly mopped—it was clean rust. The women’s facilities were in better repair. The laundry room was in surprisingly nice shape. The first space they offered us was impossibly tight, and we could not get our rig in at all. The second was doable. While we were there, we spent an enjoyable hour helping a neighbor navigate his large Class A out of his space without hitting a tree or another rig. His wife gave us grateful hugs. Believe it or not, we would camp there again, but it’s about the worst park that I would consider. If you want to RV camp near Six Flags in Atlanta, it’s the only choice we could find. By the way, the campground accepts no discounts and is very expensive for what you get. Stone Mountain campground ($37/night) on the other side of Atlanta is a much better deal for the money. - Family on the road