Twin Lakes RV Park

(9 Reviews)

3300 Shore Dr, Cumming, GA 30040

770-887-4400

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GPS: 34.1639, -84.1949

Twin Lakes RV Park is located at 3300 Shore Dr, Cumming, Georgia 30040 with a total of 120 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Shuffle Board, Swimming Pool, and more. Before your trip to Twin Lakes RV Park, check out website at http://twinlakes-rvpark.com/ or contact them through 770-887-4400 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

34.1639, -84.1949

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 34.1639, -84.1949

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities big rig picnic table pull thru
Facilities dump station
Pets pets

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Overview of Twin Lakes RV Park


Last Price Paid: $50

Reported by Siler on 05.20.2022

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

120

Elevation:

1,082 ft / 329 m

Reviews of Twin Lakes RV Park

9 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar Siler
    This is not an RV park. It's a place to sleep if you don't want to boondock.

    Reviewed 20/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: W

    The 5 star reviews are perplexing. We're not new to RVing and have stayed in plenty of lovely mom & pop parks. This is a family owned campground, but it is basically a parking lot with hookups for people who live there long term. Our site was on the side of a road about 50 yards away from the Dump Station. It was referred to as a premi...moreThe 5 star reviews are perplexing. We're not new to RVing and have stayed in plenty of lovely mom & pop parks. This is a family owned campground, but it is basically a parking lot with hookups for people who live there long term. Our site was on the side of a road about 50 yards away from the Dump Station. It was referred to as a premium, pull through rather than what it is ... a pull to the side of the road. There was no grass or picnic table. I'll post pictures that show the condition of our site and how close the spots are to one another. The YouTube video of this park is very deceiving. The grassy areas beside and between the lakes can only be accessed by walking though other camper's sites.** Use caution navigating the park because the roads at the back have no way to turn around if you get back there.

  • Area Guides Avatar Nwoods23
    Convenient for our needs

    Reviewed 12/12/2021

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 72

    We stayed here while visiting a friend close by. The park is clean, most folks appear to be long term. They only take cash or check, but will hold a spot for you on the phone. Wi-fi throughout the park, but I couldn't get it to reliably work. Thankfully had cell service for my zoom meeting. No showers or laundry or recycling. We had a ...moreWe stayed here while visiting a friend close by. The park is clean, most folks appear to be long term. They only take cash or check, but will hold a spot for you on the phone. Wi-fi throughout the park, but I couldn't get it to reliably work. Thankfully had cell service for my zoom meeting. No showers or laundry or recycling. We had a nice spot by the water, with empty spots on either side which have us more room. Hiking and other parks near by.

  • Area Guides Avatar Lucas
    Convenient accomodations in a rapidly growing area

    Reviewed 27/12/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 90

    I stayed here for the week of Christmas in order to visit my family in Cumming. The lakes are nice and there is a decent walking path for dogs across the lake. A nice porch swing for the summer months overlooks the two lakes. There are lots of well stocked pet potty stations, so it's easy to care for dogs here. It was my first experien...moreI stayed here for the week of Christmas in order to visit my family in Cumming. The lakes are nice and there is a decent walking path for dogs across the lake. A nice porch swing for the summer months overlooks the two lakes. There are lots of well stocked pet potty stations, so it's easy to care for dogs here. It was my first experience in a private RV park after starting off in Georgia State Park campgrounds, and I wasn't impressed. It's basically a collection of lots and RVs stacked in together. The electric hookups only had 30amp plugs, no 20amp. I couldn't charge my EV onsite. No bathhouse, laundry, or fire pits. Probably better in the summer months, but compared to the state parks it felt crowded and lacking in amenities. I paid for the location more than anything. Cash only, no online reservations. Fowler park, nearby has a dog park, tennis courts, soccer fields, walking paths, and lots of amenities. Would be worth checking out if you have an interest. Lot's of shopping and stores nearby. The area is congested, though, so be ready to deal with a lot of traffic on the main roads. If RV parks are your thing, this would probably work for you. I prefer the state parks.

  • Area Guides Avatar Mac
    Beautiful in the fall

    Reviewed 25/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: H and 54

    Visiting family for the holidays, for the month of November, there aren’t many campgrounds near Suwanee and we chose Twin Lakes for the convenience of being within a half hour compared to 2 hrs away. We also accepted the reserved site they gave us after looking at a slightly distorted map on line. We have a small TT, so they put us i...moreVisiting family for the holidays, for the month of November, there aren’t many campgrounds near Suwanee and we chose Twin Lakes for the convenience of being within a half hour compared to 2 hrs away. We also accepted the reserved site they gave us after looking at a slightly distorted map on line. We have a small TT, so they put us in site H considered “premium” because there is no one on the one side of you. However the smell of the sewer and dump across the road and the constant vehicle headlights made this site unbearable. We came to the office and explained, they said no one else had ever said anything like this about this site. At first they said they were full up and couldn’t move us but then he checked the computer and found 2 more sites that we could move to, although we would have to wait almost another week for vacancy. We really appreciated the effort to help us be more comfortable and enjoy our stay. The people who had #54 left early and they let us move right in. Let me just say that we feel site 54 is the best site in the campground! Our remaining 3 weeks have been a delight! Thank you again for such a pleasant stay!

  • Area Guides Avatar MrBill16
    It depends upon what you are looking for.

    Reviewed 22/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 8

    We were fortunate to get a site in the "woods". Very big lot, BUT it was very difficult to back into. As previously mentioned, these spots are the side of a hill, which means one side is high and the other is low to the road. We kept scaping our toad hitch and had to remove it and the attached bike rack and bikes to maneuver in. Wi...moreWe were fortunate to get a site in the "woods". Very big lot, BUT it was very difficult to back into. As previously mentioned, these spots are the side of a hill, which means one side is high and the other is low to the road. We kept scaping our toad hitch and had to remove it and the attached bike rack and bikes to maneuver in. With the help of our neighbor we got in just before dark. Upon hooking up the 50 amp got a warning from our coach that wiring was wrong and to disconnect immediately. Our neighbor called the office and someone came out to add a ground wire to the outlet.The road in is very narrow, but we didn't meet anyone coming the other way. The picnic table at the site is literally rotten and we didn't use it. There isn't much to do at the park besides catch and release in the lake or horseshoes. This didn't bother us because we stayed here to visit with relatives in Cumming.My wife likes it here because of the wooded site and the friendly neighbors. It's also close to Atlanta, if you want to fight the constant traffic in the city. The non-wooded sites are depressing and barren and close together. We got lucky to get what we did, because from what I can determine, the wooded sites are mostly occupied by long term renters.

  • Area Guides Avatar ruddyone
    No Frills RV Park with decent setting

    Reviewed 5/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $59

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 74

    Well maintained and very clean. This RV park has a mixture of locations to choose from. The sites near the pond offer no sewer hookups but they do have a blue boy available so you don't have to move to the dump station every day. Sites with hookups that include sewer are generally in a gravel parking type area which looked perfectly...moreWell maintained and very clean. This RV park has a mixture of locations to choose from. The sites near the pond offer no sewer hookups but they do have a blue boy available so you don't have to move to the dump station every day. Sites with hookups that include sewer are generally in a gravel parking type area which looked perfectly fine. Available wifi worked well but did drop out at times. Employees were friendly and flexible. They only accept cash or check (no cards) so be prepared for that. This campground is convenient for the Cumming area. This campground worked well as a place to stay while visiting family in the area. All in all we were satisfied with our stay and would come again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Showalterfam
    Gets the job done

    Reviewed 4/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $51

    Days stayed: 9

    Site number: 43

    So considering there aren’t a whole lot of options for somewhere to stay long term around the Cumming area (or in the winter for that matter) this is your best bet. It’s no “resort” but it’s safe and gets the job done. The lakes are nice to look at and fun to take the kids to fish in. We stayed in site 43 which is up a hill and has no ...moreSo considering there aren’t a whole lot of options for somewhere to stay long term around the Cumming area (or in the winter for that matter) this is your best bet. It’s no “resort” but it’s safe and gets the job done. The lakes are nice to look at and fun to take the kids to fish in. We stayed in site 43 which is up a hill and has no shade whatsoever, but that’s generally expected in rv parks like these. We had full hook ups which were very nice. I do feel the rate is pretty steep for a week but they basically have a monopoly on the area for long term, safe places to stay. They are nice and the place is pretty well kept it’s just very no frills.

  • Area Guides Avatar Emie
    Odd RV park

    Reviewed 10/11/2018

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 50b

    I am not sure I get the appeal of this place. The entrance is down a narrow, residential road. We passed another RV leaving, and he pulled off the road to let us by. Check-in staff was pretty indifferent and not what I would call friendly. They do not accept credit cards. The permanent sites are kind of hidden up a steep hill. These si...moreI am not sure I get the appeal of this place. The entrance is down a narrow, residential road. We passed another RV leaving, and he pulled off the road to let us by. Check-in staff was pretty indifferent and not what I would call friendly. They do not accept credit cards. The permanent sites are kind of hidden up a steep hill. These sites are quite large and very shaded with decent spacing. The transient spots are in several different areas and RVs are scattered all over the place. Some sites have shade from trees, some partial, some none at all. The pull-thru sites are very small and narrow. The sites on the water are very close together. There is one site that is literally right next to the public sewer. We were in a large gravel lot with the RVs positioned corral style. All the sites were back in and very close together. Our site was between an old, long term fifth wheel and an even older park unit that had crates of stuff underneath it(even though according to the park rules this isn’t allowed). Said neighbor frequently let her dogs bark inside while she sat outside arguing with her son. We were also parked right next to, if not on top of, the septic as there were signs indicating this. Directv worked in our spot but wouldn’t in all sites due to trees. The internet worked great until the place filled up and then it was pretty useless. Verizon was 4g 3 bars so we were able to use our hot spot. On the plus side, this park is convenient to the enormous amount of shopping in the area. Restaurants are a dime a dozen. The lakes are pretty with a couple of trails. However, it is unlikely we would stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Life Rebooted
    Big wooded premium sites, crowded gravel parking lot for standard sites.

    Reviewed 20/12/2016

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 7

    Twin Lakes is about 10 minutes north of Alpharetta so it's in a convenient location for visiting that area (we were there to visit friends). There's a great supermarket (Ingles) just a mile or so away. Access to the park is down a narrow local road but it's not far so wasn't a major issue. The park itself is in a pretty, scenic locatio...moreTwin Lakes is about 10 minutes north of Alpharetta so it's in a convenient location for visiting that area (we were there to visit friends). There's a great supermarket (Ingles) just a mile or so away. Access to the park is down a narrow local road but it's not far so wasn't a major issue. The park itself is in a pretty, scenic location, but the sites themselves are problematic. If you're able to get a premium site (we weren't, they were all taken, even though we made our reservation over a month in advance), you'll have a huge wooded site, possibly shared with another RV, tiered along a very steep hill. The standard sites, only $5 cheaper, are tightly packed in a dead-end gravel parking lot (a trailer that came in after us spent 15 minutes making a 20-point turn trying to get backed into their site at the end of the lot). The other odd thing about our lot was that the water spigot was embedded in the ground, rather than on a post, making it difficult (and wet and muddy) to hook up the water. We paid $30/night, and the rate goes up to $35 for 2017, no credit cards accepted. The WiFi worked decently well when we could get connected, but there were plenty of times it refused to connect. There's a cell tower on the property which appears to be Verizon since we had 5 bars on our Jetpack, although service was sometimes slow. AT&T had 1-2 bars but worked pretty well. Apart from the disappointment of the site, the area is pretty and quiet, and there's a short loop trail around one of the lakes which we walked our dog on daily (it requires some rock-hopping over a stream). Overall it's a decent home base for a local visit but if we return it'll be just for a few days to visit friends again (unless a premium site is available, in which case we might stay a little longer).

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Shuffle Board

Swimming Pool

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 8 Users Last Reported 12/20/2016

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 12/20/2016

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