1 Park near Rising Fawn, Georgia
Apr 2016 - $30.00
We chose the East Rim as it is close to the canyon/waterfall trails and overlooks. Most of the sites are good size, gravel pads, nice picnic table, some are shaded. Some sites have terraces with woods behind. We really liked Site 55. The East Rim sites are more open and you can see your neighbors. The restroom is clean but very outdated and (showers especially) were very small - not ADA compliant. You have to go to the West rim for ADA facilities. West Rim sites are shadier and more spacious.
The trail down to the waterfalls is definitely worth doing (even though there are 600 steps total, they are spaced far enough apart, that coming back up wasn't bad at all. Not much around so have all your supplies before going into park, although there is a gas station, cafe and little shop not far from entrance. - On the Road again 11
Jan 2016 - $32.00
We camped at the West Rim Campground, sites are more spacious and many pull-throughs. Semi-private, lots of trees, level. Power, water good, roads need some work. East Rim Campground more congested. Many hiking trails especially down to the waterfall. Word of caution, many steps down to the Canyon floor with numerous rest stops but worth the climb down. - leadshot
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Beautiful campground. Easy to get into spot with our 35' fifth wheel. Stayed here to visit Chickamauga and Lookout Mt. Gave it a nine instead of 10 because price was a little high for state campground. We would definitely stay here again. - pegleg118