Adriana C.
Atlanta, GA
Joined April 2017
It's ok

The place is nice overall, and well conserved. Customer service was great. Lots of sites are waterfront, that's a plus. But there's is no privacy, it is an open space with a bunch of sites distributed in two rows. My site was waterfront, it had water, electricity, grill/firepit, and a table. Showers and toilets on premises were clean. Train tracks across the river, quite an experience. I was in a tent by myself and felt secure all the time regardless the fact that it is just by the road and has no access control. Nice views. Lots of places to visit which are very close if driving.


This place is well conserved. Lots of sites are waterfront or has access to the lake, that is a plus. The lake area is tranquil and quiet. My site (53) had water, electricity, grill, firepit, a table, & access to the lake (10-steps-trail). The showers and toilets on premises were clean. Awesome views. A place to retreat.

It's ok

This place is nice overall. Lots of sites are water front, that's a plus. But it is so close to i75 that the sound of traffic is constant; during the day is manageable but at night it makes it hard to sleep if you are in a tent and are a silent sleeper. There's a boat ramp on site and another one across the lake, this makes the lake area around quite busy. My site (23) had water, electricity, grill, firepit, & a table. The showers & toilets on premises were clean.

Amaizing place

This place is magical, no words can describe its beauty. No water or electric hookups, public toilets onsite; was no issue for us since we had a truck camper. Bench-table, charcoal grill, & fire pit in each lot; a lady sells firewood each morning. Access to the beach, and multiple hiking trails. Fresh water creek joins the Pacific in a rocky beach; relaxing mood, sounds, view.. Birds, rabbits, chipmunks, butterflies… Astonishing sunset! A must do!!!!!