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Campgrounds are close to the road, so you can hear trucks and cars passing, it’s quiet enough that’s not going to bother your sleep but it takes away from the being immersed in nature feel. They’re a little close together, and the area near the bathhouses and trash had a strong enough smell that I…
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This is a beautiful campground with awesome trails right from the campground. Lots of stairs to the bottom of the gorge but so worth it. Beautiful views from all trails and a very cool suspension bridge.
This is a state park in the north Georgia mountains and is great for cooling off from the Atlanta metro heat of the summer. The campground is well maintained and the bathhouses are very clean (they have individual ones). The park has some great hiking trails from easy (lake trail), moderate…
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Great location for a 25 foot or smaller camper. A bit difficult to back into.
Gorgeous view of the water. Step incline and rocky to get into. Perfect for relaxing and watching the boats come by.
We stayed in a cabin at Unicoi State Park after our Spring Break camping trip got rained out. The fireplace was nice and we appreciated the covered parking during the downpour when arrived. A few things were broken (bedroom light, coffeemaker). The beds were not terribly comfortable but they…
They have a very nice set up and are very polite. Great prices. We did tent camping with water and electricity. The tent sites are all either beside a creek or next to the pond. Large campsites fo tents, we could have easily had 3 tents comfortably. Highly recommend them!
We just loved this park. Pat and Lou are wonderful. Lou will escort you to your site. He helps you get in your site, and let me tell you he knows what he's doing. He will get you perfectly situated. The park is clean and well maintained. It's a quiet park. Easy off of 64. They have a rec room with…
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My friends and I loved our stay at pioneer campground #1. It's right off of Big Cloud Creek and old Bridge ruines, providing a nice private and relaxing atmosphere that gives you a glimpse into the past. There are plenty of hiking trails nearby as well a swimming holes and the main covered bridge.…
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A little bit off the beaten path play very nice State Park with clean level sites clean bathrooms.
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Site is very spacious. Beautiful site and location. Would love to go back.
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Hands down, the best Thousand Trails campgrounds I’ve been to. I have visited several since we got the membership and I had been hugely disappointed...until now.
It has such a family feel and beautiful grounds, beautiful lake, and easy hook up camp sites. I had no trouble getting into our spot.…
Our lakefront site #72 was gorgeous, but a VERY tight fit for our 36' pull behind and crew cab truck. Narrow roads made navigating VERY difficult for all. Probably won't come back because of I85 and narrow roads & tight spaces within the campground. Water crystal clear and lovely.
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Great place. Nice quiet. Close to mountains. Highly recommend
Had a wonderful time at this campground. Easy access to the lake for using our paddle boards.
Nice concrete pads in a former pasture. Not a lot of shade for most sites