I was actually shocked at how terrible our actual campsite was; we stayed at site 29, which was supposedly intended for tent camping.
- The front gate staff was very nice; check in and general store staff were average
- The general store was very convenient and decently stocked
- The bathrooms and showers were pretty nice
- Beautiful lake view. It was nice to watch kayakers and rowing teams go by
- Nice tree placement for hammock
- Close to all Stone Mountain activities
- Garbage pickup each morning (but no metal trash can to store it in??)
- The site is on a freaking hill; there is no flat surface at all and no clearing, so you have no choice but to sleep on sticks/rocks. Thank God to REI for footprints and decent sleeping pads
- Site was dirty when I arrived
- No tent pad
- Parking area is crap; it's somewhere between gravel and nothing
- $20 parking fee
There is no way I would stay at this campground again; it was definitely made for RVs.