Well maintained. Wooded campsites right on lake
all sites have water and electric. A few have full hook ups. Sites are large and well placed. Many aItea wIth lakevIew tI choose from. Always see deer and other wild life.
We LOVE McKinney Campground. Stayed multiple times. Check out pictures and a longer review of multiple sites on the link. https://imaginecamper.com/category/mckinney-campground/
Every single plot had a beautiful view, plenty of space and power hookup, water etc. I've only camped with a tent, it's hard ground but loved it.
We always stop here on our trips down to florida and we always stay a couple days as we love to get a waterfront site and they are nice , clean sites with lots of shade and pet friendly. We love to fish and we always catch several kinds but the crappie are so delicious.
Campground Review: This campground is an excellent place to stay not far outside of the bustling metropolis of Atlanta. If you want to camp instead of a hotel, believe me, you need to stop here instead of trying to find something safe and camp-worthy closer to the city. You're really close to the water and also to other outdoor excursions here. You're also just a hop away from food, gas, and anything else you might need. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Gear Review: As a Dyrt Ranger, I also get products to test and review in the field. I recently received a Mountain Khaki Rodeo Short Sleeve Shirt to test out. I absolutely love it, and here's why…it works for everything. You see, although I'm an essentialist, I also have various needs for my business and outdoor adventures. Professionally, I'm a conference speaker. I simply throw a blazer over this shirt and it works. Even though it works fine for dressier moments, I wanted to try it outdoors to see if it functioned there as well. I wore the shirt on a hike up a mountain near this campground, Kennesaw Mountain. It worked beautifully. No chafing, and it felt as soft and comfortable as my exercise shirts. Oh, did I mention that it was also 95 degrees outside. To truly test it, I let it dry overnight and wore it the next day to a conference. It didn't even retain the body odor from the hike. I know, I'm a weirdo for doing this, but I wanted to test it out.
Georgia Veteran’s Memorial State Park, McKinney Campground on Allatoona Lake (north of Atlanta; a Corp of Engineer park) - very woodsy and a nice lake. Hiking, rafting/etc, and walking all around. Very green in the summer!