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Thursday, September 7, 2000

Guide To State And National Park Campgrounds - Georgia


Fort McAllister Historic State Park
Richmond Hill, Georgia

Address: 3894 Ft. McAllister Rd., Richmond Hill, GA 31324
Our Rating: *****

+ Conveniently located 5 minutes from I-95.
+ Campsite was a good size with W/E, no sewer hookups, and included a picnic table and grill.

+ Bathrooms were clean and we have no complaints about the showers.
+ Some campground, and park, amenities include an outdoor gym, playground, gift shop, Civil War museum and film, Earthwork Fort, 4.3 miles of trails and more.

Additional Comments:  There is a charge for the museum and fort.  There is also bike, kayak, canoe and paddle board rentals available.



Stone Mountain, GA

Address: 4003 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Our Rating: *****
Cost: $44-65 for RV sites depending on amenities included 

+ Located on property of Stone Mountain amusement park and only 30 minutes from Atlanta.
+ Our small site was in the least expensive category and included W/E, WiFi, picnic table, grill and fire pit.

+ Bathrooms were clean and had several toilet stalls and sinks. The shower was small and there was no private bench in the stalls although there was one community bench in the bathroom itself. There were three hooks for hanging clothes and towels. The water warmed up quickly and pressure was good.

+ Campground and park amenities includes a pool, playground, general store and laundry room.

Additional Comments: There were several trails in the park with great views of the Stone Mountain River. Also, driving over the short 100 year old wooden bridge was a must-do here.

Check out these posts for things to do in Georgia.
     Stone Mountain Park

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