I just made our reservations today, for a weekend at the campground. I visited the park many years ago when I was a teenager but, never the campground. Now, after booking the reservations for mid July, I was wanting to know if anyone else would care to share with me any suggestions or opinions of the grounds, such as being nice, clean, sites to close to the next, being level, etc. Any info and comments will be welcomed.
Also, according to our confirmation, our site number is 293.
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It is a nice campground. lots of shade. the sites to me looked pretty level, I have read reviews where people complained of them not being level. from what I seen they all looked level to me, nothing that would cause me to complain or worry. we didn`t go to stone mountain though as we were on our way to Disney, this was in Nov. for a State Park campground it is very nice.
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We camped at Stone Mountain with another family, and also took some of our church youth group. The park gave us sites beside each other, with ample room for 2 tents behind our campers, and very close to a bath house. We had a great time - so very much to do at this park! We enjoyed the riverboat ride, the paddle boats, the historic houses, the tram ride, and of course, the laser show. I highly recommend this if you are looking for a place with lots to do. Our site was level, but we did notice alot of them looked a bit challenging to get into. We did not stay in the premium site area - those looked very nice, level and a little more privacy. Overall, I'd stay here again. Hope you enjoy your trip!
Double ditto. It was a well-kept park when we were there. A tad on the pricey side but very nice.
For wife and myself, most private parks have the sites too close together. The worst are the ones where you feel like sardines packed in a can and no trees such as those on beaches or intercoastal waterways. It's one reason we prefer the state park cgs which usually have more trees, more space in the sites, and the sites at different angles rather than a rigid row upon row set-up.
The trees at SMP cg help though and make the sites feel a smidge more private.
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We enjoyed the whole park. Cable ride, boat ride, train ride, museum, homes to tour, there was a 3D movie. Car museum and laser show was great. We ate one day at the golf restaurant. there was a circus going on when we were there that was very fun. sites were nice and not too close together. Enjoy!
Good campground. We've stayed there many times visiting relatives in the Atlanta area.
There are some sites that are less than ideal as far as being level. We got one site where we could not get the motorhome level, but we were allowed to move to a better site. Most of there sites are fairly level. The new section with site numbers 5 through 20 and 76 through 92 are very nice.
76, 78, and 80 are pull forward sites with a great view of the lake from up on the hill.
I think you'll like the park.
Fred & Vicki
Richmond Hill, Ga
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