Campsites are widely spaced in this wooded area, with a dirt road entrance. Full hookups worked great, the internet worked fine, the bathhouse was clean and fairly modern. A great place for a day or two to get away from it all, cuz there's nothing nearby.
The sites are mostly gravel with areas of dirt, but mine was level. I was near the bath house and laundry which were both clean and well maintained. The population looks like a mix of mostly long-term residents, with a few mid to short-term. It is a full hookup facility, and all my connections worked well.
Very nice campground, with the campsites dispersed within the trees. The campsites are a bit close, and there are some obvious maintenance issues. Unfortunately the pool was closed when I was there, unsure why. The bathhouse I used was recently updated and clean, the laundry area was clean but the majority of the machines were broken. There's a nice store that's part of the campground, is also fishing and a boat ramp, Wi-Fi was available but not very fast.
This is a nice, clean, conveniently located, well maintained campground. It's near enough to Toccoa for the restaurants and shops and the museum but it's far enough off the track so that there's no traffic noise or other annoyances. I spent over a week here I really enjoyed my stay. And the owners are very nice people.
The park is just off the interstate, but well-sited in that the interstate noise wasn't a factor. The site had full hookups and was well maintained. I didn't use the facilities so I don't have any answers there. The restaurant in the Conoco station, and the restaurant across the street (Handi's), are both good.
Great trails, walkways, and a lot of activities available (tennis courts, basketball, frisbee, etc.). The restrooms/showers were clean and well stocked. The only drawback was the slow, and sometimes non-existent, wi-fi service.