This pretty little CG could be so great, minus the homesteaders' stuff all around their "permanent" sites. I alaways love meandering roads and tucked-in pads among trees, although some of those 40-footers might not, and this park has that. The pads are very even/flat, but most are not long enough for all four wheels of a big rig, and aren't really wide enough for any, to give a place to walk without getting in the dirt/mud. If you're not in sites 1-4 or 14-18, then you'll need a car to get to the showers and laundry. By-the-way, one W/D set is in the ladies bathrm, and the other set is in the men's. They don't mind if you use both, if the shower isn't occupied. Convenient? The playground is big, but is too far to have children visit it unattented, and there is no fishing in the lake. There is recycling (glass/cans/plastic) onsite, but no gas station or commissary on base (a very nearby "Harry's Market" has a huge selection of reasonabley priced organic foods, though; off Cobb/Roswell). If you need to be close to Atlanta for a couple days, this is an inexpensive and scenic park to be, but I don't know how the homesteaders find it so worth the long term.
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