We figured this campground would be totally deplorable before our arrival but we needed a base-camp for "doing" Atlanta. We were somewhat surprised when we found our camp site (#17). Knowing ahead of time that there was no sewer, we came in with an empty tank and was okay for our four days by being careful. The park is something like a state park; 30 amp, no sewer, sites cut into hills, very forested and a nearby lake. We got our 40 footer backed in on the concrete slab and with a 2/6 under each front wheel, we were level. The slab is only the width of the motorhome so one does have to step off onto dirt. There are very nice aluminum picnic tables and a bar-b-que grill. The bathrooms each have three showers and were very clean; washer and dryer in each and one sink each. The interior roads, although narrow and winding, are all paved and a great place for walking. Very quiet campground other than the occasional sounds of freedom. There is a lounge area that serves "lounge items" while sitting on an open deck overlooking the lake.The campground is more adult orientated. The one real downer was the guy that checked us in. He was the south end of a north bound horse! Still $12 a night with no weekly rate. It looks like about 4 or 5 sites have a two week limit for transients, while the others are for TDY etc. which to us is okay during war time. We would come back having been here once. We would "try" to get site #17 again. The BX is right across the road from the FamCamp. Easy walk.
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