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This is our first stay at a KOA and we couldn't have asked for a nicer campground. We were only going to stay a couple of days and decided to extend our stay by a week. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The tent sites we're spacious and close to the bath house and it was clean and we'll maintained. We enjoyed watching the disc golfers as well as the regular golfers. Andersonville was close and an interesting national park to visit along with the beautifully maintained national cemetery.
The only issue I had was the highway noise of cars and trucks running over the rumble strips which is out of the parks control.
We circled the wagons with 30 of our friends and had a great time in the at the end of the loop. Water and electrical worked great. Bathrooms were good and showers had good pressure. Had some woods nearby that the kids explored in. One of the sites was very low and half of the site was under water during a down pour.
It gets 2 stars because the staff was nice but the park looks run down. Every site needed mowing (no rain so no excuse) and the site next to us was blocked off because of a water leak for quite some time, algae growing on the water. Trees need to be trimmed. It is easy on easy off of 75. ‘45 MH
My wife and I camped with friends here mid week early this spring (2021). There are only a few RV sites in the campground but each one over looks the Flint River and the view is fantastic. The campground is quiet and not crowded. The bath house is clean and well kept. The staff at the “Trading Post” are very friendly and helpful.
We enjoyed the park by the river and our friends took their children on the hiking trails. Everyone had a great time. Can’t recommend this camp enough!
Campground was full but paid for the day use so I could go hiking and use the bathroom after being on the road for 5 hours straight. Well…there were no bathrooms EXCEPT in the campground. Therefore there was no parking for the bathrooms.
The park is mostly roads. Roads that lead you only to more roads. Couldn’t find a purpose for most of them other than they connect you to more roads. Not to campsites, not to recreation, not to pretty views…just more pavement.
Gate guy was also kind of rude.
So glad I didn’t spend the $26 for a campsite