I won't repeat what other recent reviews have said. We found the campground to be nice enough except for one thing. Quiet hours are not observed. This is a large campground that attracts large groups that camp together. In the 4 days we've been here, there have been 2 large groups. One was fairly quiet, but this last group was very loud with shouting, music, whistling at one another, etc. We finally had to shut up the camper and turn on the air conditioning fan just to be able to sleep long after the 10:00 pm quiet hour. In spite of that, I still give it an 8 for all other aspects. I just wanted to warn you if you're sensitive to loud noises at night.
The park location is nice, but I was a little surprised at how much road noise there was. There are a lot of nice shade trees, which made it difficult for some of the bigger 5th wheel campers I saw come in. It is definitely a family oriented campground. There were a lot of children throughout the park. There are a lot of activities for the kids, including the pool, put-put golf, shuffleboard, and a "train" pulled by a garden tractor for the little ones to ride in. There is a lake in the field below for fishing. Washrooms were clean, but there are not nearly enough showers for the number of camp sites available. Wi-Fi was available at the office, but did not reach to our site. A large number of the sites are close to each other, but a few along the woods are very roomy. Quiet time is supposed to be 10:00 and children are supposed to be at their campsite by then, but no one seemed to enforce that. Several nights there were groups of kids walking the campground after 11:00. They weren't overly noisy, but they did wake us up as they walked by talking. We would stay here again if we could get one of the roomier sites. Otherwise, we would look elsewhere.
This is probably the nicest campground we've stayed at. It is run the the Church of God, and as such has some strict rules of conduct, but this added to our experience. There were no concerns about loudness or drunken parties. The campground is very well maintained. The bath houses were nicely appointed and very clean. We arrived after the office was closed and left before it opened. There were registration envelopes provided, and a receipt was mailed to us a few days later. An earlier review mentioned the bridge on Rt. 21 being out, but that is done and open for travel now. We would definitely stay here again.
Very nice campground. Owner/hosts are friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi has 2 antennas, reception was very strong at our site. Concrete pads are level. The area outside the door is gravelled. All sites have full hookups. The campground is centrally situated to many North Georgia attractions. While the campground is family friendly, there really isn't anything there for children to do. There is no campground store. Ice can be purchased at a cafe across the road. There are laundry facilities. The site we had was nicely shaded on both sides. The overall site was very wide with a wide green buffer, but the actual cleared area was kind of narrow. For those in Class A or large campers who basically live in the camper, these are ideal sites. For those who live outside the camper, it was a little cramped. If we lived in the camper, this would get a 10/10 rating.
We camped here for 4 nights with family in 2 adjoining sites. The campsites were shallow but wide and ours were shady. There were only a few other campers in the park this early in the year. The dunes are great for hiking and for children playing on. The beach must be hiked to as the road is closed due to a bridge being washed out last fall. The restrooms were not as clean as I would have expected for as few campers as there were, and did not seem to be maintained well. One toilet would not flush as was that way for several days. The showers looked nice, but all except one had cold water. If you knew which one to get you could get a hot shower, but the others were cold. The shower floor drains did not drain well, and water ran out into the dressing area. The one night, there was a half an inch of water in the area I was standing in to dress. Also, with all of the sand, they needed to be cleaned more than just in the morning. Maybe they were not geared up yet with staff, but if the park has these kinds of troubles with a handful of campers, what will it be like in the summer? I would only come again if the family really wanted to spend time at the dunes.
We camped here over the Labor Day weekend. We had a full hookup site with 30A service, fairly large and nicely shaded. Our son and daughter-in-law joined us with their 2 daughters. There were plenty of activities for the children, including a fire truck ride and wet hay ride (a tractor pulled a wagon loaded with children through the campsite while campers sprayed water or threw water balloons at them) which were greatly enjoyed. The hosts were very friendly and accommodating. The restrooms and showers were very clean the first 2 days, but could have used additional cleaning over the weekend when the camp ground was completely full. My son caught several fish at the catch and release pond. I was very impressed with the quietness of the campground especially considering that it was full. Will camp here again.
We stayed here for 3 nights. There were a few other campers here, but we pretty well had the place to ourselves. I listed our rate as $35 which is what it would have been if we had stayed in a water and electric hookup site, but we chose to stay in a lakefront site which was full service, so we actually paid $45 per night. Restrooms were very clean and nice as were the showers. The store was well stocked, but is only open until 5:00pm this time of year. Several times we had to drive into town in the evening for something we forgot. Also, their rule against electric heaters for a cg that's open year around isn't realistic. We would have no reservations about staying here again.
We made reservations over the web after calling them to see if we could stay one night instead of the required two on weekends. They allowed us to do so. The site we reserved had water and 30A electric. Our son and granddaughter went with us, so we ended up paying extra for each of them. The sites were small. We ended toward one end of a loop next to the seasonal campers. They were friendly enough, but there were numerous sites available - why crowd us up against the clique? The camp store was small with only a few items. The restrooms were quite bad. We chose not to take a shower. The pool was closed for the season, so I cannot speak to that. Our granddaughter is too young to use play facilities, so we didn't get too close of a look, but what we saw was not at all impressive. I would not recommend this unless it gets cleaned up or nothing else is available. Too bad, there is so much to do in this area.
My wife and I stopped here for an overnight on the way home from a longer trip. We had some concerns about KOA and crowded sites, but thought we would be OK on a Thursday in October. The hosts were very friendly and accommodating. We asked for a nice site away from other campers and got one. We were close to the restrooms near the small lake and could get WiFi reception on my laptop from inside the camper. The sites seemed a little small but not overly cramped. There are plenty of activities for kids. Well stocked store. Clean restrooms and showers. We would stop here again.