This is our first time at an army corps of engineers campground. We truly enjoyed it!
Our site is very private (we only used the website map to pick an available site…props to my wife for selecting the site…we are in site 22 in case you were wondering).
I didn't get a chance to snap pictures or videos but it is nestled along the shore of Lake Allatoona.
The sites are clean, large fire rings, concrete picnic tables, asphalt vehicle and RV pad, pea stone is spread across the"living space of the site and surrounds the fire ring. They are also fairly level; I only had to use one block under there pair of tires on The driver side of the trailer to level the RV out side to side.
Keep in mind there is no septic hookup at these campgrounds. They do have 15/30/50A power and water hookups.
Yes, we'd come back in a heart beat.
Clean, privacy, lake, no mud on your site if it is raining (thanks to the pea stone), and fairly level.
Happy camping everyone.
site 2 was nice and shady. our dog loved to swim in the lake,! it had a single bathhouse that was nice. it is close to Woodstock ga. which is a nice little town. other spots are right on the water if you like that.
This was such a lovely campground on the lake! Very quiet and peaceful. We have four kids and a large tent (10x20) so we paid for a "premium" site - not only to get a site big enough to fit our crew, but as an added bonus it was on the gorgeous lake (see photos)! While our site was fairly secluded, large, and shaded, we checked out the other sites and there were plenty that were packed in tightly or wouldn't have fit our tent, so definitely check the sites out online before booking. The staff at check-in were so sweet and helpful and we found the facilities clean and adequate.