April 4, 2019 - reviewed by KLW
We camped here for 2 nights
Park was clean, staff was friendly
Liked how close it was to everything
Nice park for kids...pool not open until May
Would stay here again
December 24, 2018 - reviewed by VWASCostner
Site was recently washed out and rocket scientist rebuilt using mud and mulch. No fire pit. Site had 1” over mud on paved and concrete pad. Barely could fit our 25’ Trailer on there. No power when we arrived but was fixed before we finished set up. Probably will never get the GA red clay stains out of our trailer and outdoor mats. Not the best Christmas excursion.
December 5, 2018 - reviewed by Jim
Very Cool, But Upgrade Would Be Welcome
Stayed here for one night while passing though. Very pretty setting, even for December. I think the price is too expensive for the conditions. The roads are really deteriorating, the bath house needs a Reno very bad, Tho it seemed to be clean. Just picture rusty divider walls and some broken tiles from the 1970’s. The laundry area did have new washers and dryers. The $20 pay to park is a crock, and simply adds $20 to the cost. So for a lakefront space with a nice view you are looking at $53 for the slip and $20 to get inside the park = $73 (December). Would we return? Sure! But I would love to see some improvements and actual upgrades. 40’ diesel pusher fits around the park but a lot of spaces look short! Didn’t try WiFi, Verizon was 3 bars LTE. Stayed on ‘M’ loop 327.
November 27, 2018 - reviewed by Fred V
We have been coming to this park for over 20 years. The surface of the sites has been getting worse every year. The asphalt is broken and completely gone in spots and the sites are way out of level. For what is charged , the campsites should be repaired and the WiFi needs to be greatly improved. The $20 parking fee should be waived when a campsite is rented. Otherwise we had a great time.
October 30, 2018 - reviewed by A. Mitchell
October 26th thru 29th.
This was one of the best campgrounds we have been to. Site 321 was perfect.
Near the water with room to set up chairs and enjoy the view. Great to have shuttle service to the Country Living Expo. We definitely will come back!
July 11, 2018 - reviewed by BJ
Nice, Will Return
Stayed at 325 on loop M. Full hookups all connections close together, fairly level, close to the water and to a view of the mtn, roads and some sites do need TLC, bathrooms I visited were ok, nice staff, general store well stocked, shuttles run to park, park is nice and clean with food/trails/attractions(mainly kid oriented)/mtn sky ride/lots of people riding bicycles/jogging/small lake, laser show and fireworks were fantastic, very scenic park, will return
March 29, 2018 - reviewed by Wolfie
My Two Cents Worth
I found this camp quite nice due to proximity to lake, T-Mobile service was excellent with the fastest 4glte that my phone has ever experienced. Wifi was present but as noted in brochure was quite slow, did not try cable as ota was adequate for our use since most of our tv comes thru our T-Mobile connection. Next time I will visit when all the attractions are open. Sites where we stayed were not paved ( red area) but some leveling needed but were spacious with all utilities working fine
March 29, 2018 - reviewed by Joe L.
A very scenic location. We did not use any of the facilities. The roads are another thing. They are very bad. Yes, you have to pay to enter the park.
March 26, 2018 - reviewed by Hinkster
Second stay in 15 years looks the same as I remember very clean facility. We just happened to be there when a tornado was reported in bound. Staff went door to door evacuating and providing safe lodging even going as far as refunding money for that nights stay. Nothing happened by the way. Starbucks available at the conference center if you just need a cup of powerful coffee. Will be back
March 11, 2018 - reviewed by Leslie Barron
Great stay in our RV right beside the lake. Lots to do with m the park. Clean, quiet and fun!
November 7, 2017 - reviewed by Scott
Why Not 5 Stars????????
Loved the sites we were on. It baffles me why we had to change sites when staying five nights. The folks on the site we moved to only had 2 nights and couldn't have cared less were they stayed. The maintenance folks there pick up your garbage bags curb side from 9am to 5pm. Roads are ok.few pot holes. But my trailer moves 2.5 miles of gravel road so a uneven road at 15mph ain't nothing. Didn't use the bath houses and laundry was passable. Loved the lakside sites we had.
I am withholding the 5th for this reason....
I had four folks come in and set up between 11pm Friday and 4am Saturday. Woke up each time. Why bother with 10pm to 7am quite time? Lock the gates. Most campgrounds do.
All said and done we will be back maybe with ear plugs.
November 7, 2017 - reviewed by Judy
The park is nice and lots to do in and around the park but there are not enough rest rooms and the one's they have only have one shower and two or three toilets in the ones they have. They are in sad sad shape. Very out dated too. The two laundry rooms only have one washer and two dryers that work. It is a shame as you can see this park was once great.
November 5, 2017 - reviewed by Trevor Hill
Love Stone Mountain
This is by far one of our favorite places to rv/camp, absolutely beautiful and clean.
July 18, 2017 - reviewed by David N.
Super Park..... Highly Recommended!
Some of the camp sites require extra leveling. But there are such lovely views of the lake scenery, the mountain vistas, and Golf Course. The park and other activities are very conveniently close by and while weather dictates the park rides there are plenty of other activities to keep people busy. The WiFi at this park is not for streaming so don't expect Netflix or the like, but it will do fine for email and very light surfing.....
May 23, 2017 - reviewed by Bama4ever
We were in a 38' motor coach with a tow and were told Section 'M' was a great site. These sites were not meant for big units and most were mere 'pull offs', not pull through. The ground was very unlevel and hilly and we had to arrange and rearrange pads to get the coach level. Once level, the front wheels were off the ground and it was very difficult to reach utilities. BTW, not only do you have to pay for your campsite, but you have to pay entry into the main gate.
April 22, 2017 - reviewed by Brian
Excellent area for camping. They have a great array of campsites to pick from(shady, secluded to in the middle of everything). Staff excellent on all levels. I can't speak on the wifi/cable. We didn't really dive into those. Park seems to be in good shape and well maintained from what we dealt with. No issues to speak of. Stone Mountain Park has loads to do. Laser show is a must see. We will be back and soon.
February 6, 2017 - reviewed by Joey
The Staff is nice enough, but the campground could use some work. The WiFi is hit or miss. Basic cable TV leaves a lot to be desired.
They either could not or would not answer emails.
September 14, 2016 - reviewed by Blake
This park is very nice. Keep in mind in addition to the camping fee, it also costs $15 to enter the park. The scenery is beautiful
July 26, 2016 - reviewed by Charlie Burton
Very nice campground. Lots to do in the area. Nice pool. Could see stone mtn from our site by the lake. Friendly staff.
Entrances to the state park/Stone Mtn. Campground are very narrow. Just barely have enough room to squeeze through with our toy hauler.
March 16, 2016 - reviewed by Rick
A bit dated, but clean, friendly and nice location inside the park.
January 21, 2016 - reviewed by TheBreeze
Nice,a Bit Pricey
Nice older park,could use some repaving, and some TLC. But overall the sites are big. Most if not all sites have a picnic table and campfire location. Most sites have wonderfully views of Stone Mountain and lake. Worth a visit.