This is a 3,500 +/- acre State Park. It’s well maintained with nice amenities. The site seeing and hikes were great. The camp sites were mostly level and easy to access. We were parked next to an ADA site. Their was plenty of space between sites for privacy but not totally isolated that you were alone.
The bathrooms were clean and warm which is a plus for winter months. The staff was friendly and helpful.
The waterfalls were the best. The walking paths were well marked and maintained as well.
This is a great state park located in Flovilla, Georgia. If about 10 miles off I-75.
We arrived after dark so the main entrance was hard to see. We had to make a u-turn however getting to the sight was clear once in the gate.
The campsite host was very friendly and helps us park the camper. There are no street light in the campsite loops. Which is good to see stars but tricky to park. We had a couple 1000 Lumen flood lights that really helped.
The bathrooms were clean and warm. They were not new, but clean.
The park was on a lake and had plenty for area to walk and ride bikes. We didn’t have chance to fish but it looked promising.