We camped here to attend Mercer University Bear's football game. The campground is uniquely setup because the area used for the campsites is not that large compared to the number of sites fitted into it. It's really properly set up. Like the prior reviews, the campground is well maintained and the bathrooms are very clean. With regards to the issue of lack of trees, I observed that the middle of the campground is the portion that does not have any tall or matured trees. On the flip side though, this is the portion of the campground that has several pull through lots. These pull through sites are very generous in their lengths. Also, I did not observe any tree stomps or dying trees to really suggest that the 2008 Mother's Day tornado brought down several trees. Two important things to notes are the fact that the retainer wall along the lake front sites are even with the ground. They are not elevated, so parents of toddlers must be careful since one can easily walk right into the lake. Also, the men's toilet has just one commode against four showers. We camped on site #39 right on the lake that my wife lamented the fact that we were spending only two nights and much of our time was spent at Mercer University. We really fell in love with this campground and will surely return soon. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Stopped here one night on a road trip. Very nice county park on pretty lake. Several nice back-in sites along the water. Retaining wall along the water by the waterfront sites, which I thought was a great idea--grass was mowed up to the retaining wall, which would be good if fishing. Boat launch and dock and another across a small inlet from the park. We chose a pull-through site (#7) with sewer hookup, which was only an additional $3. This site was long in length; space between trailers not as much as a state park but still okay. Great interior roads. Can't comment on restroom facilities just because did not use them. Verizon card worked good for Internet access and no problem with phone. As a previous reviewer stated, there are limited trees due to the 2008 tornado but still a pretty park that is well maintained. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A great county park. Asphalt/concrete pads are narrow but sites are spread out nice. About 8 mile off I-75 but you are located on a nice lake. Pull throughs and lake front backins available. Restrooms and laundry are very nice. Quiet and dark, but in late March we had the park to ourselves and 5-6 campers. For summer there is a beach, but late March was mainly fishermen and a few snowbirds. A nice rural area with open sites and a few small trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Tobesofkee Recreation Area, a county run park, has three public parks namely Claystone, Sandy Beach and Arrowhead Park. Claystone is on the North side of the lake and is reviewed in another listing. Arrowhead is on the South side of the lake. It is a beautiful, quiet very well maintained campground with paved roads and sites, clear lake view from all sites, very modern bath houses with stainless steel fixtures and faux marble walls. The park includes a boat ramp, beach and hiking/biking trails. I've marked it as not having shade because a tornado in 2008 took out many of the trees in the campground. It's all been cleaned up, but the remaining trees are small. But the campground is still quite nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.