A wonderful experience. We checked in to stay for Christmas holiday and was pleasently surpised by the location. Absolutely stunning. All spots looked well kept. We drove around the rest of the park and the ramp area is one of the nicest I have seen for anyone bringing in a boat. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There are very nice sites here on the lake and other sites that are relatively unexciting. They all seem to be good-sized. Employees at the front are not all that friendly but no significant issues. Great place for boaters -- there are lots of them here. Bath houses were frumpy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here over Masters weekend. It is close to Augusta and to I-20. Shaded lots with fire rings, picnic tables and plenty of room between each site. Nearby stores for provisions if necessary. Not all sites are pull through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This county campground on Clark Hill Lake was a wonderful discovery. We were able to navigate their road in a 40' fifth wheel without difficulty. Great view of the lake, plenty of hiking trails. Restrooms/showers very clean and we actually used them. Plenty of elbow room. A great value compared with the state park campgrounds, too. No site checks were done while we were there in March and most fellow campers appeared to either overstay their reservation or slip in and out after/before business hours without checking in. This may simply be a winter occurrence during very slow season. We prefer to pay for what we use and you certainly shouldn't count on doing this - it's simply an observation of something we found unusual. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.