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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!

Great Motorcycle Only campground

Two Wheels of Suchess campground is one of the best motorcycle campgrounds I've stayed at. Open tent areas, trees for hammock camping, cabins and a bunk house are also available. Meals are available Friday night through Sunday morning, as well as breakfast on Monday morning. Fire wood and ice available 24 hours. The paved parking lot in front of the main lodge is for motorcycles only, however there is a gravel parking lot for 4 wheel vehicles. The campground and cabin areas are accessable via a bridge that is purposely not wide enough for a car to cross, but Motorcycles an trikes can. The facilities are kept in top-notch shape. Showers were spotless the 4 days I spent there. Lots of awesome roads in the area available to ride. Inside the lodge is the restaurant and an area to lounge with a fire place, big screen TV, couch, recliners and hundreds of motorcycle magazines to read. A stream runs through part of the tent camping area and next to the parking lot by the lodge.

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.

GREAT SPOT to camp

Large Level protected spots with electric and water. New Shower Bathrooms with laundry, at the Top of a large hill “Better have a Good Transmission” Very Enjoyable Spot to stay for a few nights!

What a climb!

I visited Amicalola Falls State Park to complete the Georgia State Canyon Challenge. A definite place you want to visit! The climb up will literally take your breath away. Once at the top the view will take your breath away again. The Appalachian Trail marker is beside the Visitors Center and there are more then one trail up and around the falls. The campground is nice and busy, nice facilities. Reserve ahead for the good spots.

Newest Georgia State Park

This Georgia State Park is in Gainesville on the Chattahoochee where it meets up with Lake Lanier.  It was very easy to get to from the Atlanta area.  We originally chose site 8 on the map but found it was pretty exposed and got direct sun all the time.

The park was very clean and still had a "new" feeling.  We had a site with full hook ups.  There wasn't WiFi, but the cell service was good.  They did have cable.  There is a beach with kayak rentals.  We enjoyed a double kayak outing on the lake.  We kept pretty close to shore and didn't have to fight rough water or strong currents.

Some campsites are on small hills that flatten out for your camper but then the terrain falls off.  Biking trails weren't very flat.  We also had to be aware of ants.  Couldn't leave our dog's dish or bone out without being invaded.

Don't miss the Mountain Fresh Creamery almost 8 miles away for ice cream.  Also not far from Helen, GA and wineries.  Always great to spend time in the beautiful Georgia mountains.

Awesome park on Lake Lanier

This park in North Georgia on Lake Lanier hit our trifecta 🚴‍♀️🥾🚣🏼‍♂️.

12.5 miles of multi use trails with some elevation.
📌Additional bonus for those with strollers/small children or physical challenges —>this park had several ADA accessible trails which were paved.

Lake Lanier offered wonderful kayaking/fishing opportunities, there is also a beach for swimming. If you paddle or fish- be sure to have your fishing license/whistle/ life jacket. I got pulled over twice by water patrol.

Keith loved biking the rolling country roads surrounding the park. Too hilly for me outside the park but I am a wimp about climbing hills.

We could do it all easily from our campsite which had 30/50amp, water and lucky us there was a grey water drain within hose reach. (These Grey water drains are dispersed randomly throughout the campground not always near your site) There is also cable hook up. Verizon service was okay.

We stayed here for 10 days in mid July and bugs were minimal…as long as you were inside or armed at dusk with repellent or fans.

The wooded campsites and shady trails made the whole summer adventure great!

There are primitive tent camping areas and lovely 8 cottages/cabins too!)