Nice shaded lots. Ground cover is dirt with gravel roads. Very quite when we were here in May. Probably 75% of campground is permanent sites with RV's and built around decks. Staff at front desk was very friendly and nice. We stayed for three nights and we will be back.
Several months ago we drove by when this campground was run by another name & owners. We didn't really like the looks of the place at the time. Several months later we heard about this young family buying the campground and doing work to improve the appearance of the place. We drove back by later and the appearance was amazing from what we had seen before. We spent the weekend there and enjoyed the surroundings and the pool. We will return again for another stay.
We stayed here for 7 nights and didn't want to leave. The facilities were unlike any that we've encountered: lush landscaping, wide roadways, Tiki Huts on each site, dock on the waterfront, gorgeous setting!!! The staff was friendly and most informative about things to see and do while in the area. Thanks to the host, we were able to spot some of the endangered Key Deer. He knew exactly where to send us! Each private site was large enough so that you didn't feel crowded and watched over. The pool was refreshing and clear. On the fun side, the Iguanas moved like Velociraptors! LOL! All great to watch while relaxing in the Tiki Hut or sitting on the dock. Did I say relaxing? Gee, that's something I don't do very often. We'll be back next year!
When we arrived and checked in, they had an usher lead us to our camp site. Once I was backed in they even provided blocking and leveling of our travel trailer. If we needed any wheel blocks they would have provided them also. The RV park was wonderful. Shady, very quite and very clean. We have raised three children,and we now have a grandchild, but we didn't see or hear any children during the four days my wife and I were there. Most of the folks are there from December through April, have been staying there for several years, and even have their same slots they have always had. Then go back up North to their homes for the summer. We plan on making Southern Aire RV Park, one of annual stops also. Great place.
We camped there July 24th through the 27th. We met friends from Tennessee and South Carolina there with there travel trailers and had a great time. Two of us had G-28 and G-29 that face each other. I'm not sure I would like that if I didn't know who they were. And the third party were three slots down. The campground very clean and very quiet. The summer months are good there, but in the winter, there are snowbirds there for extended stays and it is often hard to get a spot. We would recommend this to friends.
We live in the area of Blythe Island Regional Campground, and for quick one or two night weekend getaways we go there. We find it very quite, spacious camp sites, and clean. The personnel are very friendly, and assist when needed. They know our name, and know the spots we prefer. One time our spot was not available when we called, and we were assigned another. When we got there our spot had become available, and they reassigned us there. One night $27.00. Money well spent.
We stayed at Red Top Mountain towards the end of May, 2009. We had my Mom with us, who had never camped a day in her life. My wife and I had no idea if she would even like it. We had spot #28 up on a small hill over looking Allatoona Lake. What a breathtaking view. The campground is very clean and quite. My Mom could not believe how peaceful it was, and is willing to go there again. We will try to make it back more often. I give it two thumbs up.