Stone Mountain Park Campground

4003 Stonewall Jackson Dr.
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
(770) 498-5710
Location: 33.81979, -84.13347

FAMILY FUN IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Georgia's most popular attraction features a wide variety of activities for the whole family. Located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, you'll discover interactive family adventure, historical sites, and fun annual events.
Open All Year
Last Year's Rate
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Facility

Type (Campground)
Dump Station
Partial Handicap Access
Emergency Phone

Policies

Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Pets Welcome
Tent Camping Allowed

Sites

Total Spaces (385)
Spaces Available (335)
Width (25)
Max Length (55)
Gravel Sites (335)
30 Amp
50 Amp
Seasonal Sites
Shaded (Mostly)
Big Rig Sites
Full Hookups (206)
Water Only (129)
Electric Only (129)
Max Amps (50)
Pull-thrus (20)
Pull-thru Size (25 x 50)
Back-ins (40 x 55)
Room for Slideouts (Yes)
Site Length (50)
Fire Rings
Table at Site
BBQ at Site
Trash Pickup at Site
Tent-Only Sites (53)

Rentals

Teepee/Yurt Rentals (21)
RV Park Model Rentals (6)

Tenting

Overflow Area
Dedicated Tenting Area

Internet

WiFi at Overnite Sites
WiFi at Park
WiFi at Park Supports Mobile Devices
1 Devices supported per Overnite Site
335 Sites with WiFi

Other Amenities & Services

Road Condition (Fair)
Road Type (Paved)
Restroom and Showers
Laundry
Control Access Gate
ATM Machine
RV Supplies
Metered LP Gas
Firewood
Ice
Worship Services
Snack Bar
Groceries
Restaurant
Cable
Fishing Supplies
Onsite Rentals (27)
Restrooms

Recreational Facilities

Swimming Pool
Boating
Lake
Swimming
Fishing
Dock
Ramp
Boat Rental
Body Of Water (Stone Mountain Lake)
Horseshoes
Playground
Golf
Driving Range
Pavilion
Nature Trails
Bike Rentals
Mini Golf
Rec Open to the Public
Kayaking/Canoeing

Recreation Nearby (within 10 miles)

Hiking
Mountain Biking
Boating
Fishing
Kayaking/Canoeing
Marina
Watersports

Discounts

On-Site Rentals

Customer Reviews

Stone Mountain Park Campground
Avg Rating 3.57out of 5 stars 3.5 out of 5 stars  (23) Reviews
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interior roads, sites, registration area, hookups, recreation, swimming, security, laundry, store and building maintenance...
3.5 out of 5 stars   Avg Restroom Rating
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
4.5 out of 5 stars   Avg Appeal Rating
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.

Virginia Visitors

Reviews: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: October, 2018
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Beautiful campground and sites! If you cannot find what your looking for here you are just too darn hard to please!! The area is beautiful and there is lots to do. Sites are awesome with lots of character. Get here during daylight though if you have a site on the "trail". They are challenging to back in to in the dark but fine with daylight. The folks here that are in the check in as well as the store are very nice and helpful. We liked it so much we extended our stay twice!! Coach Carter is a fine gentleman and someone who you wished you lived next door to at home! Everyone has been very nice and helpful during our stay. The campground is clean, quiet and just very nice. There are wooded areas to walk and a golf course just down the road. Stone Mountain is something to see and there are many other activities in the park itself. We love it here and will be back year after year. Thank you for a wonderful stay. The Freids
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RoadtrekED

Reviews: 6
Helpful Reviews: 6
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Date of Stay: September, 2018
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The campground is close to the big city so it is convenient to go into town to enjoy all that Atlanta has to offer. All kinds of sites are available and one must be wary if driving a large motorhome or trailer as to accessing and leveling from the rough paved roads. The campground could use some improvements to the camp sites. It appears the focus is on building new Yurts for folks without RV's and consequently the campsites are neglected in my opinion. 50 amp power was good, WI-FI was adequate for e-mails and surfing, CATV was good. Most sites have some shade.
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fishtales

Reviews: 11
Helpful Reviews: 9
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Date of Stay: July, 2018
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We always enjoy our time at this park. We took our ten year old grandson with us and he decided he wants to go back soon! Close to everything that we enjoy there. We'll be back!
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Bw134

Reviews: 13
Helpful Reviews: 10
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Date of Stay: July, 2018
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We stayed at Stone Mountain Campground June 29th - July 3rd 2018. This campground is unique. It has something for everyone. It offers shuttle service to other areas of Stone Mountain Park. I recommend booking early to insure securing a premium site. Some sites are heavily shaded however their is no need to operate your satellite as they supply cable TV. Highly recommended. We plan to return next year.
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shutterviews

Reviews: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: November, 2017
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The staff is super nice which helps but the sites and attractions are way over priced for what they were. Our site was dug back in a bank of a hill and not really big enough for our camper. The entire site was covered dead in leaves and was not very wide. The cable was not bad, however the Internet was useless for even checking email. We ended up leaving two day early.
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Jim and Gloria

Reviews: 6
Helpful Reviews: 6
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Date of Stay: September, 2017
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Stayed here in late September. Very nice site with view of the lake. Park was not very busy during this time. Stayed in a premium site which had a lot of room between sites. Many other sites were very close together. Some roads need repair. General store had good ice cream. Park was well patrolled by park staff and also noticed park police patrolling during the night. Cable reception was a little fuzzy but may have been just our site. Fire pit and picnic table at each site. Gravel site fairly level but bring levelers as many people had to use them. Enjoyed our stay here. Seemed like everyone was watching football outside on Saturday evening and having a great time. Roll Tide! We will definitely be back!
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ainchsmom3x

Reviews: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: August, 2017
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We didn't have many choices of where to stay in the Atlanta area, we were here for work and had to stay for about three weeks. The campground overall is very nice and quiet. The staff are all very friendly. There seem to be plenty of bathrooms in each section. I noticed the bathrooms being serviced about twice a day. However, I am not sure what they are doing to clean them. No one ever takes a broom to knock down or sweep away the spider webs. And there are a lot of webs and spiders, we're in the GA after all. I find myself having to dodge webs in multiple areas of the bathroom. The door is left open each night too and so the lights attract more bugs and by the time you need to use the facilities in the am it is filled with all kinds of bugs. The laundry room is the same. Expect to be doing your laundry in a web filled area. I had about 10 different spiders just hanging out watching me. If someone were to leave a broom around, I'd be happy to wipe down all the webs in those areas, but it's not my job and it's not cheap to stay here. The other thing that you must know about is that many of the sites are not level. We pulled in to our assigned spot in the dark and it took a long time for my spouse to level our trailer because of all the bumps and curves from the black top. We saw multiple people trying out multiple spots because of the same thing.
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Trikegirl

Reviews: 3
Helpful Reviews: 3
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Date of Stay: May, 2017
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We stayed here for 2 nights while traveling. It is a very large park but I must say the roads were pretty rough. Our site was level and good sized. We have a 38 foot 5th wheel and a F350 Dually and fit both into the spot. The staff was very friendly and lots of places to walk. If I were to stay for any length of time I would bring a golf cart. The biggest problem we had was the bicyclists on the main road after you come in the gate. it is very hard to follow behind them up and down hills while trying to pull a large rig and none of them would pull over and you can forget about passing them. It was very dangerous for the bikes and the campers trying to get in and out. Definitely need a bike lane. We didn't use any of the facilities or the pool.
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Anni Z

Reviews: 10
Helpful Reviews: 8
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Date of Stay: May, 2017
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We have a 28 ft travel trailer and chose a premium spot next to the club house for the ease of getting in and out. Two items of importance to us were poor. First, the wifi is almost nonexistant. It isn't available until after 9 am and very slow. You cannot access wifi television or any other bandwidth-required application. Second, the television, fans and air conditioners in the clubhouse run 24/7, which create noise. On the plus side, the sites had about 20 feet between them and ours was easy to back into and get out of. We had access to a gas barbeque which we did not use, and the shuttle to Stone Mountain was convenient. We had to pay the additional $15 parking fee when we arrived but never drove to the attractions. Overall, it's my opinion that the price for a premium site is too high for the offered services. If I ever come back I would choose a non-premium spot knowing that I would have essentially the same services (minus the barbeque) without paying as much and without all the noise.
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GypsyRose

Reviews: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: May, 2017
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When pulling onto the trail to go to our site, we had to wait for a gentleman to back up into his site and unhook before we could pass by due to the narrow one way trail. The sites are very narrow, but the lake site we stayed on was staggered from our neighbors so we didn't feel like we were on top of them. The hookups on our site were on a significant hill, which made the initial hookup and disconnect a balancing act. The bathhouse and laundry facilities need updating. Overall it was truly a peaceful and shaded stay on the lake. We will be heading back at the end of the month to explore the park. We were told because it was a holiday weekend, we needed to make sure we were inside of the gate early due to the heavy traffic coming in through the gate.
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cheftail41

Reviews: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: October, 2016
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We booked our stay online. We got a site that was level and had cable. When we arrived we were told that the spot we booked no longer has cable. we asked about price difference and was told it's the same price. Our site was not level tree roots was growing under the slab. We ask to move and they did not help us out. Our camper was barley on the site after setting it up. The staff was rude and the maintence people just sit around all day chat with each other. We will never stay here again.
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Vectra09

Reviews: 5
Helpful Reviews: 5
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Date of Stay: November, 2016
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We almost passed on this campground from looking at all of the reviews. Very glad we decided to stay. We did not have a premium site but our lot was quite large, level and had an excellent view of the lake and mountain. The one time entrance fee is for use by the park and not the campground and I completely understand it's need. There are many areas in the park that have 'no cost' associated that help to explain what happened both on the mountain and the Civil War. There is also a theme park located in the park and we found it to be priced like other theme parks like Disney, Cedar Point and Kings Island to name a few. The staff at the campground and the area facilities were all very helpful and friendly. The park has it's own police station and were constantly on patrol and available for assistance. Most of the park activities were closed down at the time of year (in between Thanksgiving and Christmas) and do to weather so we have decided that we will make a return trip next summer to take advantage of the entire area in better weather.
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Ponchy

Reviews: 20
Helpful Reviews: 18
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Date of Stay: November, 2016
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I read all the reviews before we booked and went anyway because I wanted to see the Confederate Memorial. I cannot comment on the pool because we were there in November, but most of the rest I would agree with. I did find the bathrooms and laundry rooms to be very clean. The staff was very, very nice. They greeted you, made polite conversation, and asked if they could do anything else for you. Seems like they just had a customer service seminar. Roads are in poor condition; many large potholes. Sites are gravel and somewhat unlevel. Some drop offs; particularly on sites backing up to lake, but the great views seem to make up for these deficiencies. The park is beautiful. Lots to do; only bring your wallet. There is a charge for everything. Your $15 entrance fee entitles you to park (but not in the campground, unless you are camping) and walk up the mountain. For everything else there is a charge. We visited the museum and rode the tram up the mountain for $15 each and I thought it was worth the money. We did not pay or visit other attractions in the park.
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Lone Star W

Reviews: 38
Helpful Reviews: 30
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Date of Stay: August, 2016
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There were lots of positives and negatives to this campsite, but overall our experience was a good one. - The signage in the park is non-existent. If you don't have a map, you will never know where the campground is. It is a couple of miles past the west entrance of the park. - The park sent us an email a couple of days in advance reminding us of the low clearance level on the east gate and directions on how to get to the west gate. Nice action on their part. - The roads inside the campgrounds are badly in need of repair. Driving slow is a must, even without the rig. - Lots of sites, so look closely before you book. The sites are on hills, and elevation is not indicated, so it is easy to get one that is on a incline or low spot. We chose a site far from the office because it looked less crowded, not covered by trees and had a view of the lake. We had no problems backing in our 34' rig and satellite worked great. - Forget wifi. It never worked. Fortunately, Stone Mountain is close enough to Atlanta to get good cell coverage so we used our cellular data lines. - The pool is small, but nice. We were lucky enough to be there mid-week after school started so it was completely empty. But it closes at 6. Why a campground would close a pool that early is beyond me. - The shower / bathroom facilities were old and unattractive. One look and I never used them. - There is the Stone Mountain entrance fee of $15 that is not included in the camping price. Irritating but to be expected. - There is no better access to Stone Mountain Park than this campsite. Despite the negatives, the sites are beautiful and it is really convenient to move around the park from this campsite.
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Dee Smith

Reviews: 5
Helpful Reviews: 5
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Date of Stay: July, 2016
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Extra $15 charge to get in the gate. Wifi did not work. (Employees said "Oh, there is wifi at your site, logon, and be patient." They never did anything to rectify the situation) Landscapers weeding WAY too close to our truck and rig, ignoring the potential damage. Pool was always full, too small of a pool for 400 campsites. No one was there to check passes. Pool closed at 7 because there were no lights or lifeguards, we were told. Roads were full of potholes and very rough spots. Our site did not have the drop offs mentioned previously, but we were in #156, right next to the bath house. Positive points: gas grill at every site 2) shuttle service to mountain 3) Pool was clean. Corporate Office had no response when we emailed, but local management did refund wifi cost, when requested. I grew up camping at SMP every summer of my life, and loved it. However, this has soured my feelings of SMP.
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Gunsaullus

Reviews: 16
Helpful Reviews: 14
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Date of Stay: June, 2016
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We stayed in a premium site. It had a small wooden deck and gas grill and not far from the pool. While backing the motorhome into the site I couldn't believe what I saw If I would have backed in to far I would had gone straight over a cliff. The grounds were very clean. The sites with the best views of the lake and mountain are for smaller campers and dont have full hookups. We did ride the bikes around to se the views. Good thing they are electric bikes...... the hills are steep. Nice place just to get away for a few days..
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KRISTENT

Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: May, 2016
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Upon entering campground, there were not clear signs on where to check-in. The paved roads were so faded, it was hard to see where the lines were on where to park with the camper. After check-in, we were off to our campsite. But because of the i-entrance being a two-way road on a clearly one lane space, it was hard to get the camper to the site without someone else coming the opposite way. After seeing our site and attempting to back it in, we had difficulties because of all the vehicles in the street, other peoples tents and camp supplies surrounding it. The first stop after setup was the closest bathroom. Which was terrible! The paint was peeling off the bathroom floor, which was full of toilet paper, bugs and hair. We did find that the bathrooms closer to the rv sites were a good bit nicer than the ones near the pop-up and tent sites, which i feel is biast. Needless to say, the water spray and pressure in each bathroom that we attempted was horrible! The next day, we attempted to go to the pool. But because there were 100 people at the pool and only 30 or so chairs, we were one of the many who were forced to sit on the concrete. You would think that the largest campground in georgia with 441 sites would have more than one pool! Makes no sense. There were so many kids in the pool, that no adults could even get in! And if they did, they were immediately hit with a ball in the face or a big splash! And no one was checking for pool-passes! Anyone could have been at that pool and no one would have known! No one checked campground passes on cars either, so anyone could have been at the campground and no one have known either! Or at the pool, without a pool pass! There was no ‘quiet time’ set through the campground, and if there was, it was not enforced. There was loud music all through the night. The sites were terrible. If there was 10 foot of space, there was a spot number on it. No privacy at all. Some tents were two feet from the road! Not safe for kids at all! No one in their right mind would choose a site that is uneven! And there were many and many of them! The gravel, instead of pavement, on each site made it more difficult to manuever the camper into it’s position! The roads were terrible. There were huge roots growing throughout the roads, making large holes and it difficult to drive on, especially pulling a camper. I will not be back to this campground. It was the worst one i have ever been to, and i have been to many throughout the south for the rate we had to pay, especially for a holiday, i would have expected a lot better than what we got. I was severely let down!
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Paul and Lisa

Reviews: 59
Helpful Reviews: 53
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Date of Stay: November, 2015
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Relatively expensive. Our free WIFI did not work. Site was basically on the shoulder of the loop road, paved but small and un-level. Disappointed with high cost of Stone Mountain village. Facilities long walk from site (did not visit restroom). Town of Stone Mountain has a great German pub/restaurant. Would not return.
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Merlot526

Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: January, 2016
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Stayed overnight. Great site on lake. Roads are in need of repair but wasn't a big problem.
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cjames2

Reviews: 2
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Date of Stay: August, 2015
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This was one of the most picturesque parks we have been at. Loved all the hills and the way the sites were separated from each other.
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Bon-Ton Borzoi

Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: October, 2015
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This is a wonderful park with very spacious back-ins. Lots of amenities nearby. Only problem this stay was the Wi-Fi didn't work at night when most guests were back at their RV's. It became quite frustrating.
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Charles in Monroe Ga

Reviews: 1
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Date of Stay: November, 2015
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I totally agree with other review submitted previously. For the money you pay to stay here, this should be the Taj Mahal of campgrounds...NOT!!! I camped here 10 or so years ago, and had heard they had made numerous improvements…NOT!!! My campsite was a lakeside site, but like the other reviewer stated, my camper was 10, maybe 15 feet, above the water level of the lake, and perched on a pile of dirt and gravel. I literally had to grab and hang on to the underframe of my camper to do my hookups. I could not let my awning out. The fire ring for my campsite (#339) was down a steep slope covered in leaves and pinestraw, with no visible steps…just a washed out gully. The roads in the campground are full of ruts and half-patched potholes. The Mountain itself is spectacular, and offers a wide variety of things to do and see. It's a shame that the campground is in this condition, and that there's no other campground within 25 or 30 miles. The staff was very pleasant and helpful.
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Tom-CarolL

Reviews: 3
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Date of Stay: August, 2015
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The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. The pool is small for such a large campground. The amenities are fabulous & just being below the mountain and on the lake is a real treat. You will be charged a park entry fee of $15.00 when entering. You would think that the park would have included it with your campsite cost. Lot's of places around to eat and acquire food just east of the entrance. Be sure to read the instructions about using the main entrance to enter. The west entrance is only 11 feet high and will not accommodate most Motor homes or 5th Wheels. We were not able to see the slope of the sites or the view of the sites when booking online. Unless you have a "Premium" site near the office, you may be disappointed with the smallness of the site and its location. I have a 35' 5th Wheel that looked over a 10 foot drop at the rear. Had to remove my bikes before backing into the site or never would have been able to get to them. Many sites are on top of each other. Some sites have a wall of dirt at the back side. They need to show sites so that RV'ers can decide on where to park their unit. Also, the water pressure blew out my hot water tank. Have gone out and bought a regulator that measures the pressure. Don't know if this at all sites, but was on Site 291 for sure.
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