2 Parks near Stone Mountain, Georgia
May 2015 - $37.00
An oasis of grass and trees and walkable roads, the sites are intersperse with permanent mobile homes and trailers. Lots of space between. Clean laundry room ($2.00/wash). Very friendly and accommodating staff. The husband even escorted me to my spot and helped me back in. - mac2school
Jan 2015 - $46.00
Breathtaking scenery, friendly staff, CABLE TV!!, WiFi!! What more could you want? I will definitely be returning! - Bon-Ton Borzoi
Dec 2014 - $18.00
Nice park if you need to be near Atlanta. Owner's are nice. Stayed here last year - only a few minor improvements have been made. (Restrooms only available when office is open.) WiFi is free but you have to be in or near office. Since last year most RV sites have new gravel and some of the junk around the park has been removed. Laundary room is old, dirty and has a sewer odor at times. But RV sites are far apart and mobile home residents are pleasant. Rate reflects monthly rate of $550. We would stay here again. - SDeasy
Aug 2015 - $46.00
This campground is geared towards people who are using the other entertainment in the area. If you use their reservation system then you have the opportunity to select your campsite. This is a huge camp. If you select your site and you can choose from primitive to the top luxury size available. the reservation people stress using the main gate to avoid low overpass.
The park is operated by a company called Hershand Family Entertainment. I think they operate Dollywood and part Branson. I think this place is leased to Hershand. - BandJ
Jul 2015 - $54.00
We were traveling in a 45' rv. Streets can be narrow. They put us on L area with lake view. Nice level gravel lot with plenty of room for our slides. There was trash in the fire pit and the BBQ was quite dirty. There was a patio with picnic table. Too many trees for satellite but cable was fine. Wifi very poor at our site. Not much in the way of walking trails at the campground but tons of area to walk after a short drive. - Karens BAM
Jun 2015 - $33.00
Do not trust your GPS to find this one. We ended up on a narrow two-lane road and had to literally scrape under a low bridge. We eventually ended up in the parking lot of the park where we did not belong. Thank God a nice police officer found us and led us to the actual campground (several miles away). That's when we found out that we had to pay a $15 admission fee even though we only wanted a site where we could stay overnight. Luckily, they accepted our Passport America card so it only cost us $17.50 to stay (plus the $15).
Our site was in a very wooded area above the lake, which was very pretty. The night we stayed had a fireworks show so we weren't able to go the bed until after the booms stopped.
We were told we had cable hookup at our site. That turned out to be untrue, but OTA reception was fine so no problem. - dhaney1944