2 Parks near Stone Mountain, Georgia
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This is a challenging place to get to if you don't plan your route carefully. Office help gives directions on phone - pay close attention. If coming from west you'll have to get turned around and that will be a challenge. We came in from the east so didn't have to deal with that but the sign for the park is very small and you have to take it slow so be cautious.
This is a Mobile Home park slowing converting to RVs. Interior streets are paved with lots of, not very visible, speed bumps. Sites are stone, varying degrees of level depending on site, very spread out (spacious). Utilities placed well. Water pressure very high so use a regulator. Wifi available at our site and was fast. Verizon signal strong. Traffic noise from very busy Hwy 78. We would stay here again if in the area.
Note: Dec 2015 review must be the other park based on comments made. - cwier
Dec 2015 - $46.00
Clean. A bit noisy with children & boy scouts running about. Well laid out. Bathrooms and trash cans attended to routinely. Nicely stocked store on site. Only real negative would be signage was small and not reflective, horribly difficult to navigate with an after dark arrival. Luckily the DW was in a separate vehicle and guided me in over phone.
Be aware this site (C83 orange) lacked grass adjacent to your entry door & picnic table, thus dirt pickup was an issue. Site is just across from bathhouse, so lots of traffic to & fro. Site faces through woods, the tent camping area. We had two different scout troops just across the way, and this site is the short cut to the bathrooms (scouts & non-scouts), thus, lots of walking traffic, running traffic, and noise. We plan to come back, just will look for a different site. - trimacon
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Pros: location, city water. Cons: no bathrooms/showers, no cable, very unlevel sites, dangerously high water pressure. We wouldn't go back. - Nortguy
Apr 2016 - $39.00
Rate includes $15 entrance fee. PA rate was $23.50 for our site. The site was a "pull-thru" which was actually a "pull-over" site. It was not very level and had a gravel/red mud surface. The access road to the sit was very "lumpy" with bulges in the pavement. We only used the electric hook-up, which was several feet from our unit when we got into the site. We're still looking for a decent park near Atlanta. - indiana journey
Apr 2016 - $58.00
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this park. Level gravel pad. Decent size. Older but clean and well maintained bathrooms. Loved the views. Preferred the premium loop to the others. Lots to do without ever leaving the park. Good wifi strength, but slow speed. Decent cell signal. Friendly staff. Would probably not stay next to bath house again as we had a LOT of cut through traffic from the tent sites. We will definitely return. - JJPP17
Mar 2016 - $36.00
Easy access and check in. You have to pay the entrance fee to get it on the first day even if you are camping. Site was reasonably level but very tight. Difficult to find space for our towed car. Quiet place and nice view of lake. Expensive but you are paying for the location. I would stay again because there is not much else to choose form in this area. Otherwise I would look elsewhere. - rudyhehn