Beautiful park, with a wonderful history. We enjoyed the trails although use caution as the snakes are out. We did the online reservation system, and on arrival found our site had not been marked as reserved. It wasn't a problem since the park was mostly empty, but it could have been if the park had been busier. Be sure to take in the Gregory house and the trails. Bristol is the closest to get supplies, at the Piggly Wiggly which is fairly new. It's only about 11-12 miles away.
We camped here to be able to drive go to the worlds longest yard sale. We always enjoy the views, and the park, one of the most beautiful parks we have been too. The showers on the lower loop of the west rim are worn and showing their age, but still function. Sites are great.
As usual this park is a very nice place for a quiet get away. We recommend the D Loop because it has the newest bath house. The sites are level, rocked or concrete. Can't say enough of how much of a gem this little park is.
The park was full for Memorial Weekend, but we lucked up and got one of the sites near the entrance. The preferred sites are along the lake. This was our first stay. We ate at the Country Folks restaurant downtown Florala. A small park, could use some improvements in the landscape, but overall a nice stop in travels. If you have never stayed here you are also only a few miles from the highest point in Florida.
We stayed here during July and couldn't believe how nice the temps were. We live in Florida, so it was refreshing to sit outside during the middle of the day and be able to enjoy it. The campground has some of the most beautiful views of any park we have stayed at in Georgia. The staff is extremely friendly, and the campsites are clean and were very well thought out when the built them. The trails are beautiful, although be sure you take plenty of water if your going to go to the falls, they aren't joking about the 1200 steps down. The west loop is the better of the two, way better campsites.
Small campground in the oldest state forest in Florida. It's a nice place and close to Panama City Beach. During hunting season it usually is full of hunters, but is a nice place. You can fish, hike, bring your horses to ride, or trail ride on your bike.
This is a clean well kept campground that is out of the way and very quiet. Great stop off for a recharge after a long drive. There are four loops: A is for primitive camping, B is for groups and Boy Scouts, and C AND D are for RV's and tents. The comfort station on C loop has one shower per gender, whereas the one on D loop has two per gender and one for unisex. All the sites are nice, and level. There are a few that are fully concrete. You'll really enjoy this campground, try it on a trip through the area.
We visited the park and used it as a base camp for our trip to Halloween Horror Nights, as well as our visit to Animal Kingdom. We found the park very clean, well kept, they were still making improvements on some of the loops, but had no impact on the experience. We took in a movie in the meadow, biked around the area enjoying the campgrounds offerings. If you stay here plan on a day just in the campground seeing and doing things. Bring the "smores" kit cause your gonna need it at the movie. Be sure you bring your bike as the carts are a little pricey, but you can bike to everything in the campground and enjoy it. We really enjoyed it and are already planning the next trip.
This is a National Forest Service park, located in the Conecuh National Forest. This is a wonderful park, within driving distance of Andalusia and Florala AL. The park is very clean, well maintained, and a great place to spend a quiet weekend camping.
This is a nice park for someone looking for a fishing get away. The staff and owners are very friendly and helpful, wonderful people to meet. The park is very cramped, very small lots, but there are a few lots big enough for large RV's. The campground also has a number of long term guest. The showers had what looked like some of the long term campers personal shampoo's and liquid soaps left in them. There is ice available on site, did not try the Wi-Fi so can't comment on that. We found this campground to be quiet even with the large number of guest, and everyone we met were very friendly. The do have a washer and dryer available. We stayed there on a memorial weekend, so the park was packed, out neighbors slide out was only a few feet from our door. Although it was cramped, we did enjoy our stay and would recommend it to someone interested in fishing the lake.
Very clean park, nice staff. They had just rebuilt one of the bathrooms. Warning: the showers have no where to put your clothes to keep the dry when showering. Otherwise it was great, few no see'ums. Washer and dryer at both restrooms.