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Most of the spots are distanced a good ways from other sites. They are a little close to the paved path for my taste though. Plenty of restrooms. Fairly clean and quiet park.
Great place with beautiful view of the lake. Clean facilities.
Easy access from Atlanta area with great camping plots for both tents and campers. Beautiful views of the lake..
We are staying for Memorial Day weekend. It’s our first time here and it’s really not that bad! Easier to navigate in my opinion that others say. Staff is really nice and welcoming. The sites are a little tighter than most places. Especially in the RV section. We are tent camping and have plenty of…
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We had a good time on our weekend trip. Place had a pool and 2 playgrounds. Great for kids.
I just stayed one night in May, but the entire area is beautiful. I saw lots of deer and squirrels. The facility was undergoing renovations, so the restroom facility near my campsite was closed. There were plenty more within walking distance. I would definitely recommend
I took my 6 and 8 year old girls, tent camped 2 nights. We had a great trip. This is a great place for kids to hike/climb/ explore. My kids are accustomed to 6+ hrs in the heat everyday, so it wasn’t an issue. Nice and cool/breezy at night this time of year. The park has a close bathhouse with…
It was a good camping trip and the camp grounds were really nice and clean
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.
Camp site was easy to pull in , picnic table was on one side and fire ring was on the other, which once you settle down, the view was nice. Two site over, neighbors were loud but the neighbors on the other side were quite.
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Great FREE site near plenty of hiking trails, world class rock climbing, etc.
I discovered more secluded camp sites more suitable for the seclusion I seek when camping.
Off grid camping. Lots of trails. Ruins of the old mill. Beautiful lake to kayak or fish. Close to the interstate. Go for the day or a weekend.
Just got back from camping at Payne Campground for the weekend. It is in a quite cove on Lake Allatoona. Second time camping here. Camped on 03/04 double campsite. My buddy brought his camper and we were in a tent. We did use the shower facility, and it was in pretty good condition. My buddy said…
Stayed for two weeks while working in Villa Rica. Park is quite and well kept. Has nice paved walking/bike trails and well kept natural trails. One trail follows the Tallapoosa River with areas that have benches. Pond and lake are a bust for fishing. Doesn’t seen as if stock was kept up. Has only…
Our first time to visit this campground. We stayed in E10. Flat level parking pad for our van. E8-12 are not even enough for tents but good for small campers. Each site has a fire ring, table, water, electric on the lower levels E and C. The upper levels A-D have full hookups with sewer. Bathhouses…
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