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Stone Mountain Park

Highway 78
Stone Mountain, GA 30086
No Email Address
8 Reviews
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Overall ,I was somewhat disappointed. The lakeside site was big enough for my pop up but the site was mostly dirt. The firering was behind the site and was totally dirt. Also, the bathhouses were not clean. The campground itself was nice enough but they pack you in like cattle! A lot of traffic also, as a child on a bike was hit by a car right in front of our site! Luckily the child wasn't seriously injured. Noisy at night untill after midnight. The lake side site did have a beautiful view of the mountain and lake and the general store has plenty to offer. Overall, I would stay here again but probably during the week when the crowd is away and definately at a site with grass!

Received from Scotty for visit in Oct 2008

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Stay Again? YES
Arrived at Stone Mtn without reservations the day after Christmas. Campground was very full and assigned a site that was impossible to use with our 32' fifth wheel. Office staff did thier best to find us a second site. Most sites are hilly and too small for a larger unit ( 30' and up ) so if you are a 'big rig' choose sites by the water for level, larger sites. The park overall is wonderful and a great place for a few nights of downtime.

Received from Dale W for visit in Dec 2006

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This was the first time I had been camping in almost 12 years. This was an excellent campground. Bathrooms were spotless (totally unexpected). There were Krispy Kreme donuts and coffee served in the pavilion in the mornings. Each campsite had water, electricity and fire pit. WILL DEFINITELY USE AGAIN!

Received from Maria G for visit in Mar 2007

Site Number: B74
Stay Again? YES
We love it here. We have been several times! We love the Stone Mountain Park and all there is to do there. We also like to go to see the Braves play baseball. Most of the sites are back-in. There are a few pull thru. We always go to their web site,pull up the site map and look at sites, then give our 3 choices.Some sites near the lake are hilly,smaller and uneven. We always try to get a pull-thru site up closer to Campground Rd.(main road that runs thru campground)Those sites are larger and more level.Its a great place to ride bikes.They also have a b'fast on Sunday mornings and non-denominational church services on Holidays!

Received from Ann B for visit in Sep 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
A great campground, a bit crowded and the sites we were on was not level at all. The lakefront sites are much more level and larger, we marked the better ones on the map for a return trip. Had a great time and "oh my lord did it rain", but an extra tv for the kids dedicated to the playstation saved the day, while the DW and I had the other hooked to the satellite, we rough it while camping. Stone Mountain park was fabulous and the laser show is known as the best in the world, and I believe it. It was a first for all of us and we were impressed to say the least. 4 hr trip for us, but it was worth it.

Received from Greg H for visit in Apr 2006

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We live between Chattanooga and Knoxville so all we have to do is hop on I-75 and drive about 3 hr or maybe a little less.You don't go into Atlanta,you take the 285 bypass exit and to 285 East.Stay on that for maybe 20 miles and get on Hwy 78 and from there just follow the signs. I think it was another 10 or so miles.You have to pay $8 to enter the park the first time and when you reguester at the CG they give you a pass for the rest of your stay. There is swimming pool and the Stone Mountain, which has some rides and you go up on the BIG ROCK.If you golf, there is plenty of that.There are areas of FW and TT and MH and areas for Popups and tents.The roads need some repair and a lot of the sites seem small.Most are close together..Some sites have full hookup and some just E,W.Enjoy

Received from Frank G for visit in May 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Large campground, some sites on lake, all sites under pine trees, all back-ins, some sites small and most unlevel. (Drive into the campground and pick your site first, then take the RV in, report to campground office which site you took.) Plenty to do in park, boating, fishing, tram ride, tour plantation, museums. Park admission required. Modem hook-up in office, $1 for 10 minutes. Expensive.

Received from Norm for visit in Oct 1999

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This is a great park with a nice campground. The campground has a state park feel to it. We had water/electric hookup for our stay. We also had a view of the lake through the trees. I guess we were about 50 yards from the lake. The area is hilly. I have read complaints that the sites aren't level. This one wasn't bad. In fact, I don't think we need blocks. There was a concrete picnic table and a fire ring at our site. The showers/restrooms were clean and comfortable. They had a modem hook up at the office. There was a charge for WiFi. The staff was very friendly. The park is great. Not everything was opened when we were there. Too early in the season. None the less we walked around the park and climbed Stone Mtn. Quite a view of Atlanta from there (see pic). We did lots of walking. There were plenty of things to see. We enjoyed our stay. If you have time, drive north of Atlanta to the Kennesaw's Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History. We spent about 4 hours in there. There is room for rv parking too. The locomotive pic below is of the General from the Great Locomotive Chase.


Received from Ed H for visit in Apr 2005

Site Number: 421
Stay Again? YES

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