Steep down grade from two lane highway into entry. Steep gravel road around owner's house down to large pull through sites along the creek. Very steep gravel road exit. Some sites are dug out of the slope so walk them if interested as their exit is difficult. We arrived with reservations to find the sites muddy and inaccessible, greeted by a child who said the owner would return in an hour. Made the mistake of driving down without walking and looking and got stuck in mud climbing out. I was able to get onto enough gravel and get up enough speed to get back to the entrance. The place was a nightmare. Maybe it is better during dry season.
This is a huge wide open field of concrete slabs with a half dozen rusting and sagging ancient mobile homes scattered hither and yon. The park is located in a declining area and approached via a short road past a fenced car lot patrolled by two rottweilers. That would be clue number one. We stayed only long enough to identify an alternate RV park, I did not feel safe nor did I feel safe leaving my RV there.
This public city park attendant to a baseball stadium is basically a big blacktop parking lot with excellent basic services. Sites are back to back using common utilities and sloped slightly for drainage; oriented correctly we were able to use our landing legs to level out nicely. There are trees and grass like in any shopping center parking lot and though I saw a sign for a nature trail I never say the actual trail. The area is well patrolled by police and appeared very safe. It is 15 minutes from downtown Birmingham.
135 degree turn into the driveway from two lane mountain road when approaching from Blue Ridge, GA, but manageable. Friendly manager, paved drive and road past the lodge rooms. It is then mostly gravel though muddy areas when wet. Park is on a ridge top and views are spectacular though windy. Sites close together, good utilities, and about 50% permanent residents who are very friendly. Open year around and nicest RV park close to Blue Ridge, GA.