Very nice campground. Sites are a bit unlevel, but no problem leveling the camper with a few boards. Gravel pad. Well spaced campsites, clean restrooms. Cable TV. What I was most impressed with was the Campground Hosts. They stopped by to say, "Hello, welcome. Is there anything we can help you with?" We even traded reading material. Very nice, made us feel very welcome in Georgia State Parks.
We have camped in many COE Parks around the country and this is one of the nicest we have ever stayed in. The campsites are large, level, convenient to the 3 bathhouses. The bathrooms were clean with a washer and dryer at each one. Most sites have a view of the lake. We stayed in #58. I did not want to leave, the trees were just changing and the sunrise over the lake was just pretty. Wish I was back in #58.
Full hookups on the pond were very close. Hookups were shared by 2 campsites. The electric box only had two 30 amp plugs one for each campsite. We had site 21, which was unlevel and tight for our 26 foot motorhome. We could not get the camper level even with 4 inches of blocks under the front and side. The site was dirt with a small amount of gravel. Interior roads were gravel but washed out with big ruts. Mostly tent sites. When I started out for my morning walk, I was asked by the campground attendant where and I was going and what I was looking for. I did not feel comfortable here and would not go back.
I actually loved this historical park. It was so unique, a small reconstructed village, the ironworks are very impressive. Take time to talk to a ranger to get the history of the ironworks. The swimming pool is open to the public so was very crowded. The shower house is shared by the swimming pool patrons. We were in campsite 25 next to a stream with a covered bridge steps away. Quiet, well maintained, friendly staff. We plan to come back someday.
Campsites are nicely shaded. Sites on the hill are unlevel and many of the hookups are on the wrong side. Some of the electric boxes are only 15 amp. Campsite fit our 30 footer, was fairly level and had 30 amp service. I think this part of the campground had been flooded and there was a smell of decay and the campsite was not very clean, trash in the firepit and laying around. No satellite or TV reception. Only one restroom at the top of the hill away from most campsites. We are travelers and it is unlikely we will stay here again.
This is a small COE campground. Very well maintained. Without my GPS I would have never found it. A lot of turns on country roads. I would not recommend for large rigs with a tow vehicle. The campsites are terraced on the hill side; everyone overlooks the lake. Sites are gravel and some leveling of your rig is needed. The gate attendant was exceptionaly helpful. Bathhouse a (10). Washer and Dryer, yes. Sites right on the lake were sunny, but the ones on the hill had some shade. We stayed in 29, partial shade. I would return here when I am traveling through Tennessee.
We had been traveling in the motorhome for a month. This COE Park was so nice we ended up staying 4 nights instead of just one. They have new washers and dryers at the rest rooms. The sites are level concrete pads. The campground host went out of his way to be helpful to us, he made daily rounds through the park greeting people. So many times the campground hosts seem to be invisible. I would rate the showers only about a (3) a little out of date but kept clean. You had to go through the first shower to get to the second shower. We had a great time and I would definitely recommend Blue Bluff when traveling through Mississippi.