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Great History-Manchester Mill Ruins

This is a great state park with good fishing on three lakes.

Make sure you go see Manchester Mill Ruins.

Another Gem

Another gem on Lake Lanier with great views and good fishing. COE Campground. Easy access. Great host, very helpful and very polite. Another great adventure.

Love love this place

Really nice campground. Could use updating in the bathhouses. Lots of beautiful walking trails. Lots of sites are on the lake. Beaches and swimming areas nice.

First time visiting & it won’t be our last

We’ve been wanting to camp here for a while, but every time we decided to go, it’s been all booked up…. that might have been our fault though, because we like to plan last min trips. 🙂 This time we actually planned it out a few weeks in advance and got a nice spot.

I really liked the booking process, because it shows you exactly what spot is available and it even shows you a pic of the site you’ll be getting. Our site was only $35 a night + a $5 parking pass.

The campground has a lot to offer! It has a boat access point, fishing, walking and biking trails, a small putt putt course, playground area for the kids and best of all it’s pet friendly! I can’t go without saying the employees are so friendly and helpful!

Campsite wise, it has electric, water, cable, a huge picnic table & a grill/fire pit. The only negative was it wasn’t a full hookup. 😔Something else that I really loved was all of the huge natural rocks located all throughout the campground. Each campsite seemed to have their own collection of rocks and it really added to the experience. Another plus is that it has a dump station right at the exit, so on your way out you can take care of your last minute steps to finish up your camping experience. 😁

If you’re in the area I would highly recommend this campground! You can’t go wrong!

Beautiful park and campground

This is a great state park located in Flovilla, Georgia. If about 10 miles off I-75.

We arrived after dark so the main entrance was hard to see. We had to make a u-turn however getting to the sight was clear once in the gate.

The campsite host was very friendly and helps us park the camper. There are no street light in the campsite loops. Which is good to see stars but tricky to park. We had a couple 1000 Lumen flood lights that really helped.

The bathrooms were clean and warm. They were not new, but clean.

The park was on a lake and had plenty for area to walk and ride bikes. We didn’t have chance to fish but it looked promising.

Off the beaten path

This is not an easy passing by stop but is a destination that is beautiful. RR's are rustic but heated as we were here in Dec. Great view and lots of trees.

Off the beaten path

This is not an easy passing by stop but is a destination that is beautiful. RR's are rustic but heated as we were here in Dec. Great view and lots of trees.

Crowded Campground

We stayed at site 436 Peach site. Full hookup except cable. The campground has WIFi, but you can’t do anything with it. Great campground for being close to Atlanta.

Quite the place

Set back in a wooded area on a nice little lake. Boats permitted but max HP is 10. Sights are nice, some closer than others. Bathhouse was taken care of and close to Dausset trails if you Mountainbike. Miles of fun trails that connect to the campground. The Springs were fun with a lot of history. Beware of drinking the spring water. Lots of people bottle it up but if you don’t like sulfur I highly do not recommend even taking a sip. Fun little putt-putt course for the kids in the park. It was a nice getaway.

Big rig friendly park

The sites here are a little close, but it’s big rig friendly, and so is the staff. Donna in the office was very kind and helpful, and so were all of the guys working the grounds. This will be our go-to park when visiting Atlanta.