I stayed the night in November. It appears to be an old reservoir that has been drained. The site has about 5 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings. Nothing spectacular. The locals do come through to party on the old reservoir.
The reservoir was empty at this location. It seems its part of Lake Enid and there is an old boat ramp, but there was no water in the reservoir.
The Pocket recreation area in northwest Georgia is named for lying in a low area surrounded by the steep ridges of Horn and Mill Mountains, and is the former site of Civilian Conservation Corp Camp F-16. Families camping here can enjoy the vibrant spring colors of mountain laurel as well as the brilliant fall color mix provided by mixed hardwoods. tent pads, tables, and lantern poles. Adjacent day use recreation area.
Nice place to spend the night. If you come up from the south, the first spot contains about 5-6 campsites. If you proceed up the road, you will find other designated spots off both sides of the road. All the sites appear to be relatively close to the road, but it did not feel like the traffic(very little) was intrusive. I only stayed on night and I was passing through so I can't vouch for things to do in the area.
The road in is Gravel and 2 miles from a paved road. There are 6-15 campsites at this location and the maximum RV length is 45 feet. You may stay 14 at Henry Lake BLM.
Convenient location to West Yellowstone(about 20-min) and great staging area for exploring the national park.
We stayed here in June 2019 while on a motorcycle trip. The area is a large open spot, known to the locals, down by the river. There are no facilities, but if that is what you are looking for, its a perfect spot. We only had one other camper (in a car) and it was very clean.