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We camped and had a great weekend. I highly recommend it. Everything worked perfectly. Bathrooms very clean. beautiful view
We go here often because it is only $3 a night. The only downside is no cell service (I guess that is good for some, but not everyone).
Well we stayed 5 days in the orange loop and that had better phone reception with less trees 🌳. That loop was more crowded and busier near the tents. The last 5 days we were in the lime green loop, which is near the laundry and it was much quieter, less traffic and more shaded. However less phone…
This trip was a stop along our way to Florida from Connecticut, we spent 2 days here, the grounds we amazing, great place for kids, the hike up stone mountain was memorable for the whole family... we would definitely recommend this place for families who love to hike.... we would change nothing…
We had a large site in a new loop (orange) with views of East Lake and the side of Stone Mountain. Roads are nice and wide, easy to get in and out of the back in sites. Full hook up with cable. Camp store has reasonable prices for fire wood and ice.
I highly recommend this site!
Campsite was flooded when we got there, there was trash all along the area going down to the lake and the bathrooms/showers were DISGUSTING! Employees were very rude.
We stayed here for 2 nights on our was to Gatlinburg. We went up the mountain and then walked down. We did the rope challenge in the park and did the laser night show would highly recommend. I didn't not give it 5 stars because the pool and shuttle to mountain was closed during our stay. We had a…
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We camp here a good bit and is cheap and has lost of room to spread out and camp.
Our camp site was on the lake and quite and a lot of fun for the entire family.
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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.
READ- Some of the reviews of Sweetwater Campground at Allatoona are for Sweetwater Creek State Park. These are two completely different parks in two completely different parts of Georgia. SCofA does not have a mill, ruins, river or mountain trails. It does have a lake. Allatoona Lake. Pay attention…
Navy is a small park with rolling hills, wooded sites and lots of shade. We’ve stayed at site 11 and 12, both accommodated our 28 ft camper well. They have a small sandy beach and beautiful Allatoona lake all around. Best feature though is the wonderful staff. Everyone was so friendly and helpful.…
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Large campground with lots of water front sites. Boat ramp and playground. Clean facilities and lots of shaded sites.
Not much to do but hike. You can kayak the Chattahoochee river if you are brave enough to deal with the pollution. Other than that, it’s a good place to relax if everyone doesn’t bring their massive barking dogs along. We found it very hard to enjoy all 3 times we went because of the dogs barking…