Beautiful paved sites with large patios, surrounded by gorgeous forest. Good water and power. Our site (B2) was level and easy to get into with our small RV. Most of park is for tents, with only a limited number for RVs. Toilets were located conveniently but didn't seem to be serviced regularly. Some were dirty and out of toilet paper. There is only one shower building for the entire park and the showers were dirty and some needed repair -- missing benches, spider webs, dead bugs. Camp host was pleasant and helpful. The roads are rather narrow and twisty, so I would hesitate to try to get in with a big rig. Cost reflects senior discount.
Very well-kept, with clean and air-conditioned restrooms/showers! Many level, gravel, pull-through sites with 50/30, sewer, and cable. Wi-Fi not very fast but definitely usable. No fires. Great for big rigs or overnighters who don't want to unhitch. We would stay here again without hesitation.
Sites are grass and level. FHU is available. Gravel road, dated but clean restrooms and showers. There is a laundry. Very quiet and picturesque with many trees. Sites somewhat close together, good water pressure and quality, friendly and helpful owner. We used Passport America with restrictions. We would stay here again.
Pro: Pleasant setting with many trees; easy access to Lake Michigan; walking & biking trails; ice & firewood available; with TLC and some investment this could be a great park. Con: Many smokey fires burning late into the night; many sites not level; few restrooms & not clean; showers with no temperature control & firehose volume -- press a button on the wall to get blasted for a set amount of time; officials patrolled but did not seem to enforce quiet time rules; park is open to the public and access is never restricted; camp host was never seen.
Pros: Reasonable rate (reflects senior discount). Pleasant staff. Many sites paved & mostly level. Lots of trees. Good electricity. Some sites very spacious, others not (consult park map). Cons: Water initially okay but became very rusty. Clogged our intake filter. Roads can be tight, esp. for bigger rigs. Dump is convenient but more than one rig in line blocks the exit from the park. Some of the newer pull-throughs are tight & close together (again, check map). Some truck noise from highway but not loud and little traffic at night -- not a bother. All in all, a bargain. We will return.
Quiet and clean. Some sites more level than others but most are acceptable. Good water with good pressure. Good voltage. Not busy when we stayed in January. Would stay again. Great place to get away. Nature trails give a feel for nearby Okeefanokee. Cost reflects Friends of GA Parks discount.
Quiet during the week; picturesque, lots of trees, we were almost alone in the park. Rate reflects senior discount. Very clean & well maintained baths & showers. Helpful resident camper. Don't know if the atmosphere changes on weekends or in the summer, but we loved the place and will return.
Easy I85 access; quiet; helpful staff; great water, full sewer, cable, & electricity. We paid $14 with Passport America discount. What we didn't know is that there are NO BATHROOMS or SHOWERS. For some this is okay but we have a small TT & like a good strong hot shower. If that's unimportant to you, this is a great place to stopover and is very reasonable.