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It was a beautiful campground. The site we were on was not ideal. As soon as we stepped out the door we had to go up an incline to get to our picnic table. Our camper was pretty level and most of the other sites looked much better than ours, but that is what we get for booking late. The sites were…
We camp here a good bit and is cheap and has lost of room to spread out and camp.
I took my 6 and 8 year old girls, tent camped 2 nights. We had a great trip. This is a great place for kids to hike/climb/ explore. My kids are accustomed to 6+ hrs in the heat everyday, so it wasn’t an issue. Nice and cool/breezy at night this time of year. The park has a close bathhouse with…
Lots of open space, trees, by a river. Clean bath house with hot showers. Right on Chief Ladiga Rail trail about 6 miles west of AL/GA border. We road east, will come back to ride west segment. Dark at night for star gazing. Friendly folks.
We like it kids enjoyed it we the wish there was fire pits on camping place amd not so close to other campers other than that is was good
Coleman Lake Campgrounds is a really nice campground with clean bathhouses, paved roads, relatively flat camp sites, great bike and hiking trails, and big lake for fishing and swimming. Lots of things to keep the kids entertained or just a quiet getaway for the adults.
Nice, quiet, primitive campground. •Beautiful creek beside it that makes a great place for summer fun •Great hiking trails. •Vault toilets •No running water in faucets •Tends to hold water in rainy season •Flat camping spots •Fire Pits •Nice mountain views
Great place for a weekend getaway.…
Great FREE site near plenty of hiking trails, world class rock climbing, etc.
I discovered more secluded camp sites more suitable for the seclusion I seek when camping.
Stayed for two weeks while working in Villa Rica. Park is quite and well kept. Has nice paved walking/bike trails and well kept natural trails. One trail follows the Tallapoosa River with areas that have benches. Pond and lake are a bust for fishing. Doesn’t seen as if stock was kept up. Has only…
Amazing place to stay. Good park with plenty for the kids.
Easy to book and pay online, nice (short) hiking trails, geocaching, play areas for kids, full hook ups in the upper loop.
Con- weekend crowd destroyed bathrooms, sites are close together, if you get someone who doesn't know how to park in the loop, you struggle to leave
Nice big spaced out spots, that offer full hook ups. Friendly staff, good hiking trails, creeks for kids to play in. Pull through and back in paved sites. They also offer tent sites.
Cons - have to call to book, weekend campers destroyed bathhouses, and lack of cleaning crew
My kids loved the open activities at Jellystone! They bounced on the jump pad, went down the new bounce slide, enjoyed the playground, and the pools. I do wish they had the heaters on in the pool, even though it was hot out, the pools were ice cold.
We were there during superhero weekend and they…
Variety of sites; primitive, partial hookup, and full hookup.
Laundry consist of a couple of machines. Bathrooms could use some updating, and more consistent cleaning schedule.
Trails are short but pleasant views. Access to boat ramp and lock & dam which is a very popular fishing area.…
Cherokee Rock is a local favorite or mine. Beautiful views of Weiss Lake. Rock climbers paradise!!!. Camping is $15 and are first come first serve . Plenty of trails throughout the rock formations to hike and explore. RVs are welcome but NO hookups. There is dump station and hot showers and…