This is a very nice park and very convenient for travelers. Big rig friendly, and their checkin process went very smoothly.
When we arrived, we were greeted and asked our name, the gentleman checked the board and showed us to our sight. After we hooked up, I went to pay and sign in. When I made the reservation online, the first thing I checked was their pet policy. I had to go to their blog to find it, and no where does it specify they do not allow German Shepherds. They do specify some breeds, and their blog links to an article about 15 breeds no one wants to insure, but that still does not say they don't allow them. When I received a confirmation email the next day, it also did not specify them. It says: "Animals must be kept on a leash at all times and may not be left unattended at campsite. Animals may not be tethered to utility fixtures, picnic tables, trees or fences this is illegal in Georgia. Dogs can run free in the fenced in dog run with your supervision. Animal waste must be picked up by the pet owner. Certain breeds of dogs are not allowed to stay at our park due to our insurance restrictions. These include Breeds collectively known as Pit Bulls, Staffordshire Terriers, Presa Canarios, Chow Chows, Wolf-hybrids, Cane Corsos, Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies, Doberman Pinschers and Akitas. "
So, I was a little surprised when the lady that checked us in stated that our dogs were not allowed due to their insurance. However she stated that since we were already set up, and it was only one night, then she would let us stay.
As it was late afternoon when we arrived, all we wanted was a place to sleep, and take the dogs for a walk. We were not even outside, even though it was a beautiful night. One of our dogs is special needs, so we keep him inside as much as possible when we travel.
Honestly, the pet policy is the FIRST thing I look at when I search for RV parks and this is the first time I have seen this happen. Most other parks I have been too have it spelled out clearly on their website.
i do think this park is very nice though and would love to stay here again, but it will have to be after our dogs are no longer with us. And I will recommend it to my friends/family who travel in RV's.