May 2, 2022 - reviewed by Ringo
Made reservation online very easy process. Black tank dump station is located right before you turn into loop. Never been here so didn’t really know the layout, just picked a site (510) and showed up, set up and done. By walking around the odd sites appear nicer because your door opens to the woods. Site was good for me. Bathrooms, Landry room looked nice, showers, play area with slides. Only here to visit friends in area for a day-definitely coming back for at least 3 nights to explore area other campers said there’s a lot to do.
December 30, 2021 - reviewed by Jayson
Great Place To Camp And Hike
Title says it all. Camping and hiking are great. Bathrooms on every site need when, except for site 1.
Waterfront property is great. Stay away from 114 though. When it rains, it floods. The utilities are also awkwardly placed on the wrong side of the unit, which makes it difficult to position yourself.
I've stayed at several other sites here and was pleased. This one is not fun when it rains. Water and mud everywhere.
July 7, 2020 - reviewed by Todd
Great Stay, July 4th Weekend 2020.
Nice stay for the 4th of July Weekend. Level campsite, water 30 amp. Pretty quiet even though it was full. Recently renovated bathhouses. On our stay 2 of the camping areas are closed for major renovations. Will be very nice when completed. Over 1000 acre state park with over 20 miles of hiking trails. Plenty to do near by. FDR's little Whitehouse just down the road. Great stay!! Highly recommended!!!
March 28, 2020 - reviewed by Joel
Very nice park. Stayed three days. Great for hikers, plenty of trails. Very nice clean lake with some big fish. Section 1 is being upgraded. Stayed in section 2. Some sites are very nice but still need an upgrade. Road is tight for bigger rigs but doable. Had a great visit and will return.
August 23, 2019 - reviewed by Keith B
Could Be Better For Price
No septic, restrooms not kept up, hot and bugs in restrooms. For what they charge, should have septic hook ups or AC in the restrooms. Small toilets, seat about to come off, doors left open to let the hot breeze in. Have to purchase a parking pass, even though you pay to camp in the park. What they charge to camp per night, could easily install septic connections.
June 10, 2019 - reviewed by Brent and Dawn
We stayed from June 3 -7,2019 and had a very educational visit. A must see is the Little White House, which is exactly the way FDR left it the day he passed. You will see the paper towel role, toilet paper role, dishes in the cupboard and linens in the closets. It was amazing everything was left just as FDR had left it. FDRSP, the largest state park in Georgia, has many well marketed hiking trails and overlooks with a spectacular view of the valley.
June 7, 2019 - reviewed by Tex
Nice campground but could be so much better. Has some nice site but so many were not level. Park is well shaded. Restrooms and showers could be cleaner. Not enough of them. Park needs to be updated. Some big dogs barked most of the mornings and nobody did anything like make them stop! Close to Callaways and Pine Mtn. though. For the $30 dollar a day price tag Georgia could do so much better.
April 3, 2019 - reviewed by RHD
We visited here on Labor Day weekend. The bathhouse is outdated and not well maintained thus I do not plan to return. Campsites were fair but many you wouldn't want. I'll pass.
March 1, 2019 - reviewed by L Barrett
Went here for one day and night in Feb. Quiet beautiful park with nice trail and friendly staff.
September 28, 2018 - reviewed by Randy
My wife and I stayed for a week and loved the park. We did not encounter any ticks as stated in other post.
February 13, 2018 - reviewed by Suzy
Love This Park!
There’s so much to see I have to go back a separate weekend! Can’t wait. Check out more information and pictures on my blog.
August 29, 2017 - reviewed by Steve
Overall, a beautiful park. Rangers very helpful and courteous. One problem noted in the pull thru sites, ANTS. We noticed them upon setup, and placed ant granules on the ground. Within hours, they were migrating up our stabilizers and hitch. They eventually worked their way into the camper. Upon arriving at our next location, we got rid of them but heard that this park has a "Ant problem" and does nothing to address it. Be aware!
July 9, 2017 - reviewed by WilderTravel
The Good. The Bad. The Ugly.
We were visiting the animal safari in Pine Mountain and they recommended this camp ground. It is not the closest, but it is a cool place.
The Good- easy access, large gravel spots with fire rings and picnic tables, quiet, kid friendly, trading post w/ gr8 prices, boat rental and fishing within walking distance, bathrooms and showers available.
The Bad- huge ant problem, no sewer at sites - dump site only for sewer (grey water dump sites throughout the campground), less than half of the over 25ft sites were not level. Get 102 or something in the 500s to be mostly level. The bathrooms seemed to have an abundance of spiders/webs.
The Ugly- I was told the ant problem is a known problem. They could have told us ahead of time.
April 25, 2017 - reviewed by John M.
This is our favorite place to camp, nice facilities, beautiful, and north of the gnat line. Highly recommend!
December 24, 2016 - reviewed by Janet
We visited 12/18/16 for a couple of nights. Got in after dark in rv. All our paperwork was ready. Due to darkness and rain we did not drive far to seek a site. The one we chose was nice and level. The parking lot at the registration office is not lite well, so be careful when pulling out. I would suggest you walk around because there is steap drop off if you do not make the correct turn. Staff was nice and helpful and the park is well maintained. We will be back.
December 30, 2015 - reviewed by NISEY
Beautiful Park. Wish the weather had been better.