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We just returned from a 4 day camping trip at Doll Mountain, Carter’s Lake. We stayed at a campsite that had water and electric. However, there was a septic dump site leaving the campground. At Doll Mountain there are all types of campsites. We have a RV and the site where we stayed was…
Nice place to stay a weekend the spots aren't cramped and its right on the lake
Barely was able to fit the RV in the site, the roads weren’t the issue but on each site were huge ditches for water drainage. While trying to back in, was inches from ended up in one.
Quiet campground, seems mostly for van setups or tents.
The lake on the top of the mountain wasn’t appealing…
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Woodring campground is now one of my favorites. Beautiful lake views and access, great variety of hiking trails.
I am driving a 34’ class a and pulling a 16’ car trailer and was able to squeeze into this campground (barely). Had electric and water hookups. Water pressure is great coming from…
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We are KOA fans, the sites and staff are typically always nice. Small back in, but reasonably priced for what I got. Great location, very quiet!
The staff was friendly and the park was beautiful. There is a snack shop which is delicious and a general store which was very helpful when I forgot something and thought I would have to go to Walmart. Campsite C is alittle cramped so beware if you have a big tent. Beautiful trails, and don’t miss…
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We went this past summer and had a nice visit. There wasn't too many people but a few weeks later we drove thru and people were packed in like sardines. Just not our style of camping. Seems the locals really come out in droves and packs the place. Have been told that vehicles have been stolen so…
Very nice park host , quiet , across the Suwannee river from fanning springs . You can kyack, canoe boat the Suwannee river full of springs ,where you can snorkel swim and even dive. About 9 miles north of cheifland Very quiet and layer back park.
Staff was very nice. Facilities clean. Nice neighbors. Was there one night; would stay again if in the area.
What a pretty place! Nice size campsite with no dedicated spot to pitch the tent but multiple options bc it is multi level with the fire pit down low in a separate hang out area. We did have a difficult time staking the tent with our tiny stakes so make sure you have titanium, the gravel is tough!…
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The roads are nice and paved. Pretty busy but a spot was available and they are spread out pretty well. Bathroom facilities were decent and had showers. No water hookup but you can fill your tank at the spiggots. Electric was available at our site.
Our site was probably the worst designed one.…
Arrived to find it closed. No one to talk to or call. Just closed. Same with Rhea Springs.
They staff was very friendly and check in was fast. Campsites were also spread out. It was packed but still enough space between campsites to not feel overcrowded. The bathrooms were close by as well. I would highly recommend this campsite!!
Perched on the rim and a nexus of trails that will take you to everything you want to see in this part of the park. Short hike in (3 miles from Stone Door lot). Views of canyon in winter.
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Great site right above the falls. A short walk down to a perfect little perch over the top of the falls and the stairs to the bottom. Fee to reserve is nominal and there is a 10% discount for TN residents.
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