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Busdriver

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Posted: 08/08/21 08:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Maybe planning a trip to Stone Mountain in November, have read the reviews, just wondering which area is the one most would recommend


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If you are in a large rig, stay by the loop by the pool. Larger/flatter sites


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It's been awhile since we were there but we found the site extremely undeveloped and poorly maintained.

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Have heard that about the campground, but really want to go to the park. Don’t see anything else close for camping

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I also wondered about this as I am planning on going to Stone mountain, GA this fall. I see several campgrounds in that area. Which one are you referring to?

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Honestly, I've been to the campground once, and won't go back, we live about 45 min south of it. We've been to the park a couple of times with friends that wanted to go, and never enjoyed it.
They have a couple of things for kids, but it's expensive for what it is, and crowded. It would be OK, it you want to be in the area for a game at the Dome or meetings downtown, but as somewhere to go for camping, I would not recommend it.
Lots of better campgrounds in North GA, but they will be hard to get into in November at this point.


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Hi,

I went there in 2010 to see the relief sculpture. The campsite is well treed. I did not need amenities as I was only staying one night. I found it quiet. The sites are not particularly private.

I'd go again except for the long drive through the city (I was travelling NW to SE).


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Thats all I want to see is the confederate sculpture before they figure how to tear that down to.

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Just a word of advice. If you go into the Park, don't come in from the city of Stone Mountain. Narrow roads and low overpass. Come in from US 78 in what we call the front side. US 78 is a 4 lane interstate quality (there is a few strong curves in the area of the Park entrance) You will be much happier from there

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I stayed there in 2020. Heed the info about the flat/wide sites for big rigs. The loop I stayed on was rather steep and needed a LOT of leveling. On the other hand, the lakeside sites were great. The sites are also well-separated so you're not right on top of your neighbors. Bring a sense of humor, good levelers and excellent chocks!


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