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Great State Park only 1.5 hours from Atlanta. We stayed in site 502 which was a good pull through spot. We noticed that most of the sites are not super private- it would be great if there were some low shrubbery in between sites (lots of very nice mature trees but not much down low to provide privacy). All areas were well taken care of and very clean (including the restrooms). We really appreciated that each camping area Host had firewood to sell! Try and figure out where your campsite is PRIOR to going to the Park as there are two entrances and one entry is closer to campsites 1, 2, 3 and another entry is closer to campsites 4, 5, 6. The hiking trails were very nice. We saw a good variety of birds including the very large Pileated Woodpecker. A group of white tailed deer also came very close to our campsite- one of the photos shows how nicely they blend into the woods!
We stayed in a pull thru site #109 on the lake. It was a nice site but everyone was kinda close and there wasn’t much privacy at all. Plus side it had 30 and 50 amp hookup along with electric and sewage. The park was well kept and the park ranger was super nice as we locked ourselves out on our first night before we even set up. He came by made sure we were good and had warm clothes/water while we waited on the locksmith. As far as hiking goes there are so many trails along Pine Mountain. We did the Cascade Falls which was 2.9 one way. The trail was well marked and had some ridge hiking along with several creeks and of course the falls which were well worth it. There was a gas station with a country store that had everything you would need for last minute camping supplies etc. Definitely plan to come back when the trees are full again as everything was somewhat bare due to it being winter months.
With 40 miles of trails it’ll take us many visits to hike them all. We had six nights in March 2020 and managed ten miles of the Pine Mountain Trail’s 25 miles. Wolf Den Loop trail has five waterfalls within five miles of the Pine Mountain Trail and the loop is completed with 2.4 miles White Candle Trail. That was a full day for us the next day we did Dowdell’s Knob Loop that has some beautiful vistas and a memorial to the parks namesake. When you’re worn out from hiking the Liberty Bell pool offers great relief a strikingly beautiful pool with a flagstone bottom. Nearby is the towns of Pine Mountain and Warm Springs. I recommend Chipley’s Chicken in Pine Mountain and the Little White House and FDR museum in Warm Springs. A little farther afield is Plains Ga. where President Jimmy Carter grew up and lives to this day. The small farm he grew up on has been made into a National Historic site with recorded narration by the President. The Plains High School has also been turned into a museum.
This place is a nice clean camp ground only 10 mins from Historic Banning Mills. 6.5/10 for aesthetics 2/10 for facilities 10/10 for cleanliness 3/10 for tranquility
No power, and only saw one tap for running water, but is a good spot if you are self sufficient. No designated camp sites means you can pick anywhere. We managed to find a very private area all to ourselves.
Only $12 for the night. All in all, a good camp ground.
This is park is just a few hours away from home so we stayed for a few days to camp and hike. I took my teardrop trailer and had site 315. It was perfect for my little camper and even had a couple of trees perfect for my hammock. Easily could walk to the restrooms too. The camp hosts staying across the way were so friendly.
I didn’t even have to leave the park to hike! So many trails close by and a beautiful lake to walk around. I want to come back soon and explore some more.
Went tent camping for one night at FDR. It is very pretty. Great short or long hiking trails. They are challenging as there are some very steep parts. Walked around Lake Delanor with the kids. They had a ball. The campsites are close to each other. The whole campsite is not very big compared to others I have been to. Would not recommend a long camper here as it would be tight is some spots.
Would have been better if it weren’t for the construction and site improvements. Even though quiet time is until 7, there were construction noises starting at 6:30 every morning we were there with their trucks flying down the campground roads. Very disappointing we couldn’t get the full relaxing experience this park could offer.