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You can access this campsite by various means, but do your research and save yourself as many steps, because make no mistake, this is a serious hiking trail (a mile to a mile and a half, depending on route) up to the Fire Tower.
Part of the Appalachian Train, once you park your car or…
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Well maintained campground, with pretty views. Campsites are often uneven with alot of tree roots running throughout. It does require consideration before parking your trailer or RV.
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What a lovely, relaxing park. There is an area for day-use people, with boat rentals, a small swimming area, and playgrounds (including mini golf!).
As for camping, you have two options: a large drive-in section (each with electric and water), some near the lake, some more forested, and some…
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This camping site is unmarked and almost literally under a bridge. There's a pull-off to either side of the structure, which quickly goes from asphalt to a very uneven dirt road which had been graveled long ago, snaking down to the river. My small car had difficulty getting down it and the drop-off…
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Campgrounds were easy to access on gravel and paved roads. Quiet and secluded but other campers are around. There are toilet facilities but can’t remember if there was a water tap. Sites are close to a few trails and close to a nice iron bridge crossing the Chattooga River. Definitely recommend…
Camp site was very clean and well taken care of on arrival. Mark and Esther were always available if any questions arose and were also very helpful with things around the area to do that were both for experienced hikers and for those with kids. WiFi was perfect near the parking lot. Bathrooms and…
Well maintained with space between campsites. Beautiful scenery with easy lake access
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Camped with my daughter and our two dogs for 2 nights and really loved this park. We had a large, multilevel campsite that was just perfect for tent camping. Very woodsy and quaint but the rangers office had lots of small gear/tools in case you forgot something, ice, they are open 7 days 12-8pm and…
The park has a lot of potential. Road maintenance is not being done. Definitely needs some electrical work. Ours kept throwing breakers whenever someone new hooked up down the circuit. Cleaning is slack, it’s a shame really.
No Water/Sewer Hookups on Any Site
Electric Hookup Sites Limited
WiFi/Cell Signal Limited[Booster Recommended]
Bath Facilities On-site
The location is incredible! We enjoyed the accessibility of hiking,…
What a beautiful State Park. My husband and I enjoyed our time visiting the park. We were at camp site#83. It was a hike to get to the water with numerous steps that could hinder some. Very private, wooded lot with obstructed views of the lake. Phone service was 1/2 bar to none. We had a terrible…
Have stayed here a couple of times. Loved it, premium sites close to the water are excellent.
First time there, and it was very relaxing. Super quiet at night which was nice. Sites spaced out and very well kept. Lake was very clean where we were.
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I went mountain biking from the campground and had an awesome stay. The river was nice to have close to the site and it was a fun spot to stay. I have a rooftop tent and it opened up easily in the site I stayed and it looked like you wouldn’t have an issue in most of the car sites there for…
A regular campsite is $20 a night for a tent. Their group campsite was open for $26 a night so I got that instead! 😄￼