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I was able to squeeze in a last minute campsite for the end of September. We were at A4. The site was labeled as slight incline. This site might be ok for smaller campers, but we had a little trouble with our 35ft camper. Also, this site is at the beginning of the campsite and slopes down a…
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Overall good stay. Little bit pricey. But the spots are nice. We pull a fifth wheel toy hauler. Had a pull thru spot with full hook up. Restroom/shower house close by that was very clean. Contactless check in. Online reservation. We brought our dogs along, and everybody had a dog here with them.…
Cute campground, sites are a bit close. It’s a bit off the beaten path to get to. Grocery stores are about 15 minutes away.
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Clean park with all hook ups. WiFi is poor-fair. The NOISE from the speedway is extremely annoying and it’s open till midnight! Other than that it’s ok.
The trails are well cared for and though it's a very popular place, the waterfalls and sites are amazing.
We were a little surprised that this was in GA, since the address we had from Good Sam was for Chattanooga. We had a very peaceful visit with our pups and everything is well maintained.
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There’s a little something for everyone here. Fishing in the lake, renting paddle boats, putt putt, short hikes, long hikes, MTB trails,… you name it! The area has had lots of bear sitings so keep that in mind. We had our marshmallows snatched right off of our picnic table 2ft behind us one night!!…
One night stop and it’s a great place. Water, electric and sewer which is a huge plus. No cable or internet, AT&T has one bar and no over the air television. We relaxed and enjoyed the peace and quiet. Sites are level and easy to access
Desoto State Park is a beautiful park with great hiking and waterfalls. The primitive camping area has a keyed gate. Make sure you arrive during business hours so they can get you registered and give you a key. They will also give you a big card with your last name on it that you will put on the…
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I drove into this RV park and there was a large sign that said “Absolutely no tent camping. Call for an explanation.” So the next closest campground I found was Desoto State Park but primitive camping is locked so arrive during business hours.
Overall a nice experience, campers are nice, Host isn’t over friendly, close to everything and a great price. Haven’t had any issues with electrical as some have mentioned. Stayed in site 34, pull through, with our class A towing. There is I-24 noise, but watching the eagles fly and the view beats…
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We stayed here in May while enroute to Memphis. We pulled a small trailer through the campgrounds and stayed at site A3. Site A3 is a pull thru site, that's labeled at the exit of the site, but you have to drive thru the entire campground to enter and there's no label at the entrance of the site;…
Tent-camped midweek on E210. Lots of open spaces in camp. Tent spot was on level gravel RV pad. Air mattress helped with gravel. Site had water and electricity. Showers were clean with hot water. Be sure to lock up food. We were visited by five raccoons nightly. They were able to get into secured…
Very open and not hard to get RV into spots. Great experience for kids. Wonderful views and lots of open space to play in fields and walk. Kids can also zip line!
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We went during the Folk Festival. The campground was full. We enjoyed our stay. The campsite we stayed at says moderate. If you stay on the paved part, it would be hard to level. But, it had a gravel area you could back into and it wasn’t so bad. Only complaint was our fire pit ended up…
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