Tiffany B.

Pro

Flowery Branch , GA

Joined August 2020

Family of 4 RVing

Really beautiful

This place has a lot to offer: hiking, waterfalls, put put, playgrounds, lake views and paddle boats, standard hook up sites, etc. Its high in the mountains and its got great views. Two small issues took a star off, the campsites are pretty close together and they aren't maintaining some areas. Took a pretty nasty fall on the put put golf course because it was muddy and slick. I will definitely be back though and really enjoyed our stay. Missed the snow by a day though!

Wonderful in the fall

We are here for Halloween and its fantastic! People have decorated and all the kids are running and having fun. So happy to stay here even though its a bit of a maze to get in and find spots. The camp host are also very nice and helpful.

Very pretty!

This place was really cool. There is a ton of ways to visit and stay here. They have cabins, RV spots and tent camping spots. There are a lot of hiking trails and its close to a damn so there's a little lake. They have a activity center and amphitheaters too. My only complaint was how close the RV spots are to each other. I personally want to have my hook ups but be away from every one else 😂 I will definitely visit again though

Race day camping

This place rents out exclusively for races days, so its not open year-round. A lot of it is boondocking unless you have a generator, but most people here bring one. Its super close together, so be prepared to be friendly, or at least polite. There is food for sale. A lot of the sites are right on the race track. There are a few sites with hookups.

Really nice park

Update: will not return to this park. We got into a pickle between not having storage until the 1/4 and our camper being returned on 1/1. Obviously, we decided to camp in it ourselves. However, the management was completely inflexible. We live in the area and could come up a day early to check in because they would be closed on the first, but said we either had to pay (for a night we wouldn't be using- $30 in the trash) or arrive later (not exactly going to help out with our predicament). I understand there are policies but honestly what would you be losing? The site is open, no one else is booking it (I sincerely doubt anyone will book between now and then, it's a day away). Just an example of how people treat each other now a days. Some people genuinely care, some are only looking for money

With access to both the lake and some playgrounds, this place was really nice. There were some questionable road edges, so I took one star off for that, but otherwise it was really nice. It had a nice grate of you want to cook over the fire, as well as a pretty clean charcoal grill.

So much fun!!

This place is pretty awesome. Its been around so long my husband came here as a child. This place has multiple types of sites, full hook up (including sewer), partial hook up, as well as cabins and permanent RVs to rent. There are multiple bathrooms, and dump sites, access to the river, and a craft cabin where they have really fun crafts such as tie dye and wreath making. In the morning, a beautiful fog sits over the trees and gives a mystic appearance. We had a lot of fun. A lot of people who go hear have kids and they run free. My son made so many friends.

Not taken care of

The campground is on a peninsula on lake lanier and offers nice views from some spots and access from other spots. There is low underbrush (read:less bugs) and a lot of wildlife to be seen (we saw lots of deer). However. The sites are VERY poorly maintained. Our campsite specifically had a crumbling pad to park on, which caused us to barely fit. There was trash both in the woods and on the beaches. We were not informed which side the hookups were on, so our front door opened to the water spigot and up a hill. I would not have booked this spot had I known, but I was given no info about the spot on the website. You can see where trees have fallen and all the do is cut them so they are not in the way of the roads. There are no clear paths, there was a bridge what was highly questionable to walk across. The worst part was that this site was twice the cost as most of the other campsites on lake lanier. With worse amenities. I was really disappointed and its highly unlikely that I will book here again. Which is a shame because the people there were nice and I would have loved to leave a better review for them.

Poorly taken care of, not worth the cost

The campground is on a peninsula on lake lanier and offers nice views from some spots and access from other spots. There is low underbrush (read:less bugs) and a lot of wildlife to be seen (we saw lots of deer). However. The sites are VERY poorly maintained. Our campsite specifically had a crumbling pad to park on, which caused us to barely fit. There was trash both in the woods and on the beaches. We were not informed which side the hookups were on, so our front door opened to the water spigot and up a hill. I would not have booked this spot had I known, but I was given no info about the spot on the website. You can see where trees have fallen and all the do is cut them so they are not in the way of the roads. There are no clear paths, there was a bridge what was highly questionable to walk across. The worst part was that this site was twice the cost as most of the other campsites on lake lanier. With worse amenities. I was really disappointed and its highly unlikely that I will book here again. Which is a shame because the people there were nice and I would have loved to leave a better review for them.

Close to the lake

But not that close. Literally its on the lake, but there's not a lot of beach access, for those who want to spend a lot of time swimming. Also, we were right on top of our neighbor, and it didn't really show that on the website. It appeared more spaced out. But it was nice and we had a good time