Stone Mountain Park Campground

(41 Reviews)

4003 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Stone Mountain, GA 30087

770-498-5710

800-385-9807

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GPS: 33.8026, -84.1237

Stone Mountain Park Campground is located at 4003 Stonewall Jackson Dr., Stone Mountain, Georgia 30087 with a total of 431 campsites. Before your trip to Stone Mountain Park Campground, check out website at http://www.stonemountainpark.com/ or contact them through 770-498-5710 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

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33.8026, -84.1237

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 33.8026, -84.1237

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Overview of Stone Mountain Park Campground


Last Price Paid: $68

Reported by Two Buck Tours on 06.07.2022

Longest RV Reported: 45 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

431

Elevation:

853 ft / 259 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

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  • Area Guides Avatar Two Buck Tours
    The Campground Completes the Stone Mnt. Experience

    Reviewed 7/6/2022

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    Nightly rate: $68

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 372

    PROs:The campround is the most convenient RV park to visit Stone Mountain State Park attractions and a convenient stop over when passing through the Atlanta area. There are bathhouses in each loop. Wide variety of sites to fit a range of budgets. CONs: Roads to, and within, the more remote site loops are rough and in need of maint...morePROs:The campround is the most convenient RV park to visit Stone Mountain State Park attractions and a convenient stop over when passing through the Atlanta area. There are bathhouses in each loop. Wide variety of sites to fit a range of budgets. CONs: Roads to, and within, the more remote site loops are rough and in need of maintenance. Some sites can make leveling your rig challenging. The campground wifi connection is unreliable, especially when the campground is busy.

  • Area Guides Avatar Two Buck Tours
    The Campground Completes the Stone Mnt. Experience

    Reviewed 7/6/2022

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    Nightly rate: $68

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 372

    PROs:The campround is the most convenient RV park to visit Stone Mountain State Park attractions and a convenient stop over when passing through the Atlanta area. There are bathhouses in each loop. Wide variety of sites to fit a range of budgets. CONs: Roads to, and within, the more remote site loops are rough and in need of maint...morePROs:The campround is the most convenient RV park to visit Stone Mountain State Park attractions and a convenient stop over when passing through the Atlanta area. There are bathhouses in each loop. Wide variety of sites to fit a range of budgets. CONs: Roads to, and within, the more remote site loops are rough and in need of maintenance. Some sites can make leveling your rig challenging. The campground wifi connection is unreliable, especially when the campground is busy.

  • Area Guides Avatar Pde1976
    Awesome campground

    Reviewed 5/6/2022

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    Nightly rate: $73

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 113

    We stayed here for 3 nights and stayed in site 113. It was considered a premium site because it was near the office, store, and pool. This campground is huge and some sites are tight and in level none in this area were that way. There are over 300 sites so I’m sure you can find what you are looking for. I would take away 1/2 star if I ...moreWe stayed here for 3 nights and stayed in site 113. It was considered a premium site because it was near the office, store, and pool. This campground is huge and some sites are tight and in level none in this area were that way. There are over 300 sites so I’m sure you can find what you are looking for. I would take away 1/2 star if I could but only because for this area they advertised free WiFi which they had but it was horrible. I guess that is to be expected with campgrounds. Luckily my wife still had other means to get her work done. Also for these premium sites there were no bathhouses or laundry. We had to drive to another loop. With all that said I would most definitely stay here again. There is so much to see and do within the park and Atlanta is only 35 min drive depending on traffic.

  • Area Guides Avatar Don
    Poor excuse for a campground.

    Reviewed 27/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 12

    Site number: 263

    This review is for our campsite and pertains to loops M & N. Campsites in this area were poorly maintained, the road in and out was incredibly bumpy. The closest bathhouse to loop M was dated and anything that could rust was rusted. Narrow stalls, laundry water was spilling out the door. Our specific site was not level and there wa...moreThis review is for our campsite and pertains to loops M & N. Campsites in this area were poorly maintained, the road in and out was incredibly bumpy. The closest bathhouse to loop M was dated and anything that could rust was rusted. Narrow stalls, laundry water was spilling out the door. Our specific site was not level and there was so much debris from flooding that we could hardly get level.We noticed the premium sites were better taken care of and had been updated, but still nothing special.Most parks have some sort of limit stays, my brochure said 14 days. We met folks who had been in their spots for 19 months (and you could tell). They were not park workers.Stone Mountain Park was nice, but still a number of closures.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rachael & Carole
    A lot for very little

    Reviewed 22/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 332

    At $55 per site plus $20.00 entrance fee...so really $65.00 per night, this was a very poor campsite. Some of the campground had been updated but these sites that were considered cheap came with older picnic, tables unmaintained sites and pitiful fire pits. People were nice at check in and the location allowed us to enjoy the hike up s...moreAt $55 per site plus $20.00 entrance fee...so really $65.00 per night, this was a very poor campsite. Some of the campground had been updated but these sites that were considered cheap came with older picnic, tables unmaintained sites and pitiful fire pits. People were nice at check in and the location allowed us to enjoy the hike up stone mountain (it's 2.2 miles to the beginning to trailhead but within the compound of park). Showers were good but our campsite was not very close to shower house and in fact our campground loop had no comfort station/bathroom. If it has been $35 a night would have been more palatable.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kenda
    Well Kept

    Reviewed 15/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 17

    We stayed a week here and enjoyed our time. The campground posted notices regarding ongoing filming at night and warning of gunfire sounds as part of the film, an email was sent out as well. We didn’t mind because thats why we were here, 5min from his film set. Our site was gravel and mostly level. The main campground road was in g...moreWe stayed a week here and enjoyed our time. The campground posted notices regarding ongoing filming at night and warning of gunfire sounds as part of the film, an email was sent out as well. We didn’t mind because thats why we were here, 5min from his film set. Our site was gravel and mostly level. The main campground road was in good shape. Some of the offshoot roads that lead to sites are bumpy due to tree roots and some have a steep angle down or up to enter/exit each site section. The general store stocks all of the essentials. The grounds are well maintained and the staff is very kind. When coming to the park, take exit 8 to avoid height clearance issues. The park does warn you of this in the reservation confirmation email. Yes, you do have to pay for parking but if you plan to stay here more than twice, the annual $40 parking pass is a great deal.

  • Area Guides Avatar Phil
    Very peaceful and quiet!

    Reviewed 11/2/2022

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 374

    Very nice place to camp close to a lot of attractions. Most of the sites seem to be level. Cell single was in great shape. You do have to pay a $20 entrance fee and campground will give you a pass to get in and out. Would stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar etatum
    Nice location but poor site quality

    Reviewed 7/2/2022

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    Nightly rate: $54

    Days stayed: 14

    Site number: 372

    We liked being so close to Atlanta and enjoyed the bike friendly nature of the park roads. All of the attractions were closed for the winter, so it felt like we had the whole park to ourselves. However, the campground feels as though it’s been forgotten when compared to the rest of the park - roads are awful, sites are quite unlevel. O...moreWe liked being so close to Atlanta and enjoyed the bike friendly nature of the park roads. All of the attractions were closed for the winter, so it felt like we had the whole park to ourselves. However, the campground feels as though it’s been forgotten when compared to the rest of the park - roads are awful, sites are quite unlevel. Only two bathroom stalls in comfort station 9 actually locked and it had been a while since the bathroom had seen a deep clean. Washers are $2 and dryers are $1.50.

  • Area Guides Avatar Fernando
    Spectacular!!

    Reviewed 29/11/2021

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 156

    We had a great stay there! The staff was very friendly also the workers going around and pick up trucks you felt very secure. We’re already planning to go back next year

  • Area Guides Avatar Darren Greene
    A great park close to the city of Atlanta!

    Reviewed 27/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 222

    Wife and I stayed here on our shakedown trip prior to going full-time. The campground is within Georgia's largest state park and there are pretty limitless options of things to do such as hiking, fishing, boating, golfing, biking, etc. There are miles of hiking trails that go from easy to moderate. I recommend the Cherokee trail that r...moreWife and I stayed here on our shakedown trip prior to going full-time. The campground is within Georgia's largest state park and there are pretty limitless options of things to do such as hiking, fishing, boating, golfing, biking, etc. There are miles of hiking trails that go from easy to moderate. I recommend the Cherokee trail that runs around the base of the mountain as well as the hike to the top of the mountain. The birding area looked cool too but never had the time. As far as the campground itself goes, we found it hospitable and clean. No issues with our site but you could easily choose the wrong one and never get leveled out. My advice in choosing a site is as follows: Orange loop is fully renovated with plenty of room for big rigs, the purple loop is close to the pool and playground and the sites are just ok unless you are looking for that sort of convenience. The lime green loop (where we stayed) is also renovated but offers a little more privacy that the previous two. The red loop does have some gem sites but there has been little renovation and maneuvering in the loop could be a bit tricky if you aren't' good at it. The rest of the loops I would have a hard time recommending based solely on the state the sites are in. Leveling would be impossible in some of these. I would totally avoid any of the loops to the left as you come into the campground. One annoyance we had was the large gravel that they put in virtually all of the sites. Tough to walk on and worse on pets. Water pressure is very high so make sure you have a regulator. All in all it was a great stay in a park that is close to home and near to my heart since I have camped here since childhood. Insider tips: There is a Campers Inn just a couple of exits away if you need supplies and almost right next to it is a great little soul food spot called "The Collard Green Cafe". The town of Stone Mountain itself isn't much to write home about but they have virtually every connivence one would need right outside of the gate. There is a German restaurant in Stone Mtn Village that we are looking to try next time as well. Happy Camping!

  • Area Guides Avatar Brandi
    Rude Staff. Pretty Scenery.

    Reviewed 18/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 249

    Let’s start with the cons. - rude staff. Not welcoming at check in. Not friendly in camp store. - camp store not stocked. They had no milk. The fridge was barren. Hardly even a store. A gas station is way better. - the pool closes at 4:30pm Monday through Thursday. YES. 4:30pm. 6:00pm Friday through Sunday. - a dead tree branch...moreLet’s start with the cons. - rude staff. Not welcoming at check in. Not friendly in camp store. - camp store not stocked. They had no milk. The fridge was barren. Hardly even a store. A gas station is way better. - the pool closes at 4:30pm Monday through Thursday. YES. 4:30pm. 6:00pm Friday through Sunday. - a dead tree branch fell on our neighbors truck. Luckily no one was injured and their windshield didn’t break. But it could have killed someone. - the sites (not premium) are large gravel Stone. Hurts to walk on. - Stone Mountain park is a complete rip off of entertainment Ok, the pros! - very pretty woodsy campground. - Stone Mountain is beautiful. - the playground is very nice for all ages of children. - sand volleyball court. - nice laundry and bath facilities. - sites have fire pit, picnic table, and grill.

  • Area Guides Avatar TravelingwithTank
    Outside Atlanta trip

    Reviewed 20/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $66

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 238

    Came here to see an art exhibit in Atlanta. Great site. Walk down to the lake. Bath house is old and needs updating. No benches, 1 hook. Loops in the 100s had newer bath houses. No wi-fi at our location. Good wi-fi by registration. Nice fishing-need a GA license bait is sold at the office. Golf at the park, nice course.

  • Area Guides Avatar William & Xiomy
    Will not come back

    Reviewed 14/6/2021

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    Days stayed: 9

    The sites were cramped and extremely uneven. There was no space to setup your stuff. Wifi sucked, like usual, and even though you have reservations you have to pay $20 only to drive into the park.Will not bring my family back here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kali
    Was Nice first couple day THEN..

    Reviewed 9/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $127

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: Yurt 12

    I am a social media mgr.I wanted to get away with my husband from all the hustle & bustleOur first couple nights were great, quiet, relaxing...Then came the chaos that simply totally ruined the rest! 2 families of 8 ( 2 adults- 6 children in each yurt#) no care for anyone elses privacy. I'm sorry but 8 ppl in a yurt with children...moreI am a social media mgr.I wanted to get away with my husband from all the hustle & bustleOur first couple nights were great, quiet, relaxing...Then came the chaos that simply totally ruined the rest! 2 families of 8 ( 2 adults- 6 children in each yurt#) no care for anyone elses privacy. I'm sorry but 8 ppl in a yurt with children who would literally scream at the tops of their Lungs. Running through our space. Swimming in the lake torturing the wildlife.Like unkempt wild children with no supervision! So that was 16 people all together yelling, tearing everything in their path! I'm disgusted at the lack of caring from staff. I had to call host at 10:30..They kept up till 1a.M. Got no sleep only to be awoken at 6 a.M. By screaming kids going crazy everywhere. I understand this is a family place, but when it disturbs your peace in every way ..Totally unacceptable!!!!! Even people who had at least 20 in their party were respectful n complained- they were 5 yurts away! Quiet time or not they were a nuisance to all around! Control your kids! It's called respect! But the campground doesn't care ..It even says in their clause after quiet time or if others are impeding on your experience! Call!Lady at the office on weds hung up on me after stating she would have a mgr call me! I had to pack all our stuff and move to another yurt on the other sideGuess what- you can hear them from here! Never ever again!!! Y'all need a peaceful area where adults can just be and a family area. Nobody wants to listen to unkept children yelling screaming, going wild all day n all night ...Period.. They could have offered us a night free in the new location, that would have only been right! No ...They care about the $$ more than the people! Beware adults who want peace. You won't find it here!

  • Area Guides Avatar JulMur
    Great spot in pine trees; Accessible to the city

    Reviewed 16/12/2020

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    Nightly rate: $52

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 425

    SITE: Pretty spot among many pine trees so feels private. You can see the water from the site and it's a great area to get around and walk outside. Our site was pretty level, we just needed a little boost on one side. Our sewer hose didn't fit in the hookup and it's higher than the ground so you had to assist your hose when dumping. So...moreSITE: Pretty spot among many pine trees so feels private. You can see the water from the site and it's a great area to get around and walk outside. Our site was pretty level, we just needed a little boost on one side. Our sewer hose didn't fit in the hookup and it's higher than the ground so you had to assist your hose when dumping. Some of the asphalt getting to the site was really messed up so you have to dodge pot holes, but if you go slow it's perfectly doable - just bouncy. It froze 3 of the nights we were there so had to plan accordingly with our hoses. AMENITIES: We were right across the way from Comfort Station #10 so to use the laundry room was really convenient. Daily trash pick up at site was very handy. $2 for both washing and drying. The dryers didn't work that well for us - had to run the cycle twice on towels. It's a very quiet and peaceful location. WIFI / CELL SERVICE: Wifi would occasionally load emails, but was not reliable and very slow to load basic searches, if at all. AT&T was 2 bars, but it worked fine at the site for calls and video calls. You do have to pay a one time fee of $20 for your car entry into Stone Mountain on top of your RV park fees. Stone Mountain has great areas for walking and biking!

  • Area Guides Avatar Pedal Adventures
    Decent option, felt safe

    Reviewed 15/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 431

    We needed to visit friends in Atlanta so we stayed here for 2 nights and then left it for the rest. No major issues. I picked site 431 because a previous review stated it was level. It was not but workable. The level site is 431a. Beware of the sewer as ours didn’t screw on. Let’s just say it was a disaster dumping tanks.

  • Area Guides Avatar 5Dudes
    Needs Updating !!! Seems they are in the process of doing it.

    Reviewed 28/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $65

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 149

    Lets start with the good. Nice staff and easy check in. Beautiful veiws of Stone Mountain and Lake at some sites. Lots to do in the area. Many things closed due to Covid. Cable, Full Hook-ups at our site. There is a pool and playground. They are currently closed due to Covid. We didnt use comfort station so no idea what they wer...moreLets start with the good. Nice staff and easy check in. Beautiful veiws of Stone Mountain and Lake at some sites. Lots to do in the area. Many things closed due to Covid. Cable, Full Hook-ups at our site. There is a pool and playground. They are currently closed due to Covid. We didnt use comfort station so no idea what they were like. We stayed in Purple site 149. Now the bad. The park is run down !! Its in need of a major renovation. With that being said, they are in the process of updating the park. Orange section has been updated and nice with new gravel and paved sites. There are only a few paved sites with a covered patio. Looks like all new electric and water has been installed. You see construction going on at other sites loops so im assuming the entire park will be updated. Ok back to the bad which is 95% of the park. Roads are in bad Shape need repaving, sites were not cleaned before check in, firepit was a joke, the decks are old and need replacing. The gas grill was old and needed replacing and the grass around the park has not been cut in a while. WiFi was a joke. Ok I know that most RV parks have bad WiFi and I understand with so many campers trying to download shows etc, its usually boggs it down. But there is only about 10 campers here and the WiFi is a total joke. I used my hotspot on my phone. There are quit a few full timers here. I love meeting full timers, they have the best stories and adventures to tell. But I dont like seeing full timers that junk up the sites. Seems they have no rules for them here. With that said, my kids had a blast here and at the end of the day, thats all that matters. I would give it a year until the park is all updated and try it again, I am sure once its all complete it will be a great place.

  • Area Guides Avatar MeghanTucker
    Will be back

    Reviewed 23/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 19

    Clean campground, spacious sites, great lake view. Will definitely camp (in this loop that we were in) again. We probably wouldn't camp in the other loops as we wouldn't fit and they aren't as nice. Great, friendly staff too! Close to Atlanta to do all the fun things and also lots of attractions and things to do inside Stone Mountain P...moreClean campground, spacious sites, great lake view. Will definitely camp (in this loop that we were in) again. We probably wouldn't camp in the other loops as we wouldn't fit and they aren't as nice. Great, friendly staff too! Close to Atlanta to do all the fun things and also lots of attractions and things to do inside Stone Mountain Park, too.

  • Area Guides Avatar ClassCFullTimer
    Okay but not great

    Reviewed 14/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $54

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 122

    First let me say the staff were all very helpful and pleasant. Camp store, checkin, cleaning crew, and everyone else I came in contact with was great. Second, I visited during COVID so not everything was open. Third, the only reason I even picked this place was because it had WIFI (which didn't' work) and good cell reception so I could...moreFirst let me say the staff were all very helpful and pleasant. Camp store, checkin, cleaning crew, and everyone else I came in contact with was great. Second, I visited during COVID so not everything was open. Third, the only reason I even picked this place was because it had WIFI (which didn't' work) and good cell reception so I could work a very busy week.When I arrived I was originally on site 424 and after trying to maneuver, with and without lifts, to level my small RV, I gave up and called the office to switch sites. I was moved and able to choose one of three sites. The site I chose was small but fit my RV with room to put out my awning (I have no slides but think I would have been okay) and set up a small table, chairs and my grill (they have grills and picnic tables too). Sites are not on top of each other but they are at the same time. My neighbor's seating area was set up directly behind my RV, which was fine because I left the day they arrived but would have been really annoying if they were there the whole time, even though they were very nice. Roads looked like they were being repaved but where I was they still desperately needed some love. The sites for big rigs looked like they had just been redone and were smooth and nice. WIFI didn't work. I thought maybe it would closer to the office but no luck. My verizon and att worked but had to be in certain spots at my campsite. I mean exact certain spots. Like on the top of my couch pillow on the far left of the RV. Move it slightly right and I was down to one unusable bar. Biking and exploring was fun though. Wish you could swim in the lake. Their excuse on the website was water testing wasn't done enough but that seems off to me.

  • Area Guides Avatar Julie & Daniel
    Closest to ATL; Solid park for full timers, terrible WiFi,

    Reviewed 25/12/2019

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    Nightly rate: $54

    Days stayed: 13

    Site number: 431

    We recently moved out of our house in ATL and into full time RV life—so we camped here for nearly 2 weeks while we transitioned in and have stayed 2 times since then. It’s definitely the most solid option closest in to Atlanta — though still a good 35 minutes to downtown Atlanta. Thankfully it is close in to Decatur (15 min) and all th...moreWe recently moved out of our house in ATL and into full time RV life—so we camped here for nearly 2 weeks while we transitioned in and have stayed 2 times since then. It’s definitely the most solid option closest in to Atlanta — though still a good 35 minutes to downtown Atlanta. Thankfully it is close in to Decatur (15 min) and all the major retail and grocery you could want — including Sprouts and Whole Foods. Dog park about 10-15 min away at JB Williams in Gwinnett. This park is really solid — yes some of the sites are quite unlevel per other reviews. Fortunately for us we could visit the park to scope out the best sites before our first visit—and since then we have walked the whole park scoping out good ones. It’s pricier than most parks so would be important to ensure you get a great site. Gets crowded on weekends as there are lots of weekenders and many weekend festivals throughout the year—and with it being closest in to ATL—you need to book early on weekends, holidays, and peak times. Sometimes the website is down and you need to call to book. For longer trips (1 week+) the peach camping sites are the best value with full hookups. Furthest from the entrance and center of campground though. The worst part about this park are strict speed limit enforcement — not that we advocate being unsafe — but the speed limits are quite low—so it takes you a while to get into and out of the park/campground. Also not great—WiFi is included in the park but it is utterly unreliable. You need to bring your own hotspot. Great cellular service.

  • Area Guides Avatar SpenceAir
    Beautiful park, terrible sites

    Reviewed 9/12/2019

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 413

    I will say my husband and I enjoyed the beauty of the park and the great hiking trails. We hiked all the trails, went to the top of Stone Mountain and did enjoy the colder weather. As for the campground sites, not so much. I had read about the uneven sites so thought by choosing a pull through on a less busy loop that we’d do better bu...moreI will say my husband and I enjoyed the beauty of the park and the great hiking trails. We hiked all the trails, went to the top of Stone Mountain and did enjoy the colder weather. As for the campground sites, not so much. I had read about the uneven sites so thought by choosing a pull through on a less busy loop that we’d do better but not so much.I will say that the reservation staff and front desk staff were nice. So when we found our site (412) we were really dissatisfied that it was a pull off, not pull through, which would have our door literally opening on the road. I jumped on the phone to see if the site next door was open since the park was pretty deserted. Luckily we were able to change and the site was a bit better. At least we were a few feet off the road.The campground roads are so horrible they will rattle your teeth just getting to your site. Bathrooms while old, were fairly clean and they did pick up your trash each day if needed.It really filled up over the weekend with a ton of folks arriving Friday night, but our loop was still very quiet.For the steep price I would expect better campsites and since we already hiked all the trails I doubt we would come back again. I think we’ll stick with state and national parks.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kris Hodges
    Busy state park

    Reviewed 6/12/2019

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    Nightly rate: $54

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 332

    Space I was in was not designed for a 39' 5th wheel. Our site had banks on each side and rear. We had to touch our rear bumper to the rear bank in order to fit. Neighbors needed to move chairs and rugs so I could use their lot to back the rig into ours. Park was extremely busy and noisy. Good for a night or two, but I wouldn't want to ...moreSpace I was in was not designed for a 39' 5th wheel. Our site had banks on each side and rear. We had to touch our rear bumper to the rear bank in order to fit. Neighbors needed to move chairs and rugs so I could use their lot to back the rig into ours. Park was extremely busy and noisy. Good for a night or two, but I wouldn't want to be here more than that. Views were pretty and park was overall clean. $53.90/night is with Good Sam and does not include the $20 it costs to get into the park. Make sure you come from the east. Supposedly west entrance has a low clearance bridge. Staff was friendly and check in was easy.

  • Area Guides Avatar @no.e.t.a
    Unfortunately the only option for us

    Reviewed 30/11/2019

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 3

    Since we wanted to be close to friends and downtown, this campground kind of had us by the you know whats.It is very expensive. And not great.We had passport so we assumed that we would at least get that discount. Upon arrival (on a saturday) we were told that it is only valid for one night and only valid sunday through thursda...moreSince we wanted to be close to friends and downtown, this campground kind of had us by the you know whats.It is very expensive. And not great.We had passport so we assumed that we would at least get that discount. Upon arrival (on a saturday) we were told that it is only valid for one night and only valid sunday through thursday. Ok fine, so apply the discount to sunday night and we are good. No, Im sorry. Its only valid for your first night, so since Sunday is your second night it wont apply. Ok fine, charge us for Saturday night only, we will leave tomorrow and then we will come back tomorrow and make Sunday a first night. No, Im sorry, that against the rules since you would have just been here.Ok whatever. What a racket. Forgot to mention, on top of the crazy prices for sites (and we did not pay for the most expensive) we also had to pay $20 to get into the larger park just to drive to the campground. $20 for 10 min of driving. Once you register for camping you get a park pass but you cant get that until you register.They give us "one of the only sites left". Its SUPER tight. Our front door opens to a drainage ditch. And the pad is unlevel front to back and left to right. For $60+ a night, not what we expected at all. We have been fulltiming for almost a year so we have seen a "few" campgrounds to compare against. We took the dogs on a walk around part of the campground and walked past countless other sites that were larger, more level, and that would have been a breeze to park in. The park is basically half full. Its the end of November so definitely their off season. This campground did not give us any reason to like it except for its proximity to where we needed to be.

  • Area Guides Avatar Gadiy
    Old Campground - Nice facilities at the Stone Mountain facilities

    Reviewed 5/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $50

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    Site number: 433

    We have a 38' 5th wheel that we tow with a crew cab PU with a full bed.. The staff was very nice and services were good. However the site we had was a challenge for our size rig. It was on a slope with a significant pitch. The site had partial pavement due to age resulting in a challenge to get the rig in. The site was not able to...moreWe have a 38' 5th wheel that we tow with a crew cab PU with a full bed.. The staff was very nice and services were good. However the site we had was a challenge for our size rig. It was on a slope with a significant pitch. The site had partial pavement due to age resulting in a challenge to get the rig in. The site was not able to get the rig and PU onto the site cleanly. Departure involved going down a 6% grade rough road followed by a 6% grade up the other side.

  • Area Guides Avatar Bev

    Reviewed 5/8/2018

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 421

    Park is beautiful with all sorts of activities. Personnel were courteous and very helpful. However many sites were almost unusable. Our first was so uneven, that were not able to level our travel trailer We were given another site that was doable. The space next to ours had a similar experience and had to move. The same spaceWas...morePark is beautiful with all sorts of activities. Personnel were courteous and very helpful. However many sites were almost unusable. Our first was so uneven, that were not able to level our travel trailer We were given another site that was doable. The space next to ours had a similar experience and had to move. The same spaceWas rented to another camper who was able to level but it was a driver as opposed to the former which was a trailer. The sites that are gravel do not seem to have a problem. The asphalt sites are in need of a lot of repair. Overall it was a good experience but would advise reserving gravel sites.

  • Area Guides Avatar Tracey & Bryan
    Great park amenities, but check site

    Reviewed 24/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 276

    This campground has tons to offer. From a pool to kayaking. It being attached to The Stone Mountain State park helps tremendously. The L loop was VERY tight and our site was extremely cramped. We did enjoy walking the park and meeting new people

  • Area Guides Avatar ourairstreamtrek
    We Loved Our Stay Here

    Reviewed 30/3/2018

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    Nightly rate: $59

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 159

    We picked this location due to its proximity to downtown and family on the north side of town. We were happy that we chose this location and it was a great campground. Our site had views of the lake, through the foliage. Our site was fairly level and a large grass area was across from us. We went for a run one day and realized you have...moreWe picked this location due to its proximity to downtown and family on the north side of town. We were happy that we chose this location and it was a great campground. Our site had views of the lake, through the foliage. Our site was fairly level and a large grass area was across from us. We went for a run one day and realized you have to pick your spot carefully since some are not level, at all. Downtown was about 30 minutes from this location but the drive is easy.

  • Area Guides Avatar 42 On The Road
    Good RV sites, great overall experience, fun for kids

    Reviewed 13/12/2017

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 301

    We planned to stay here to get close to Atlanta and after we got there, we found out about the rest of Stone Mountain Park, the attractions, and the Snow Mountain. Wow!Getting to this park was pretty easy, just off a highway. Navigating inside was pretty easy - just a few hills. We had a back in spot but it was plenty big and FHU...moreWe planned to stay here to get close to Atlanta and after we got there, we found out about the rest of Stone Mountain Park, the attractions, and the Snow Mountain. Wow!Getting to this park was pretty easy, just off a highway. Navigating inside was pretty easy - just a few hills. We had a back in spot but it was plenty big and FHU. I could see some older sites that were not as level or not all flat, but ours was good. You might ask during reservation about quality of the site - they seem to have an internal rating system and ours was an A.Even without the attractions - we would stay at this park because it was good condition and the price was good compared to other options in the area.Everything seemed clean and well kept. For trash - instead of dumpsters you put it by the street and they come around multiple times per day to pick it up.Kids loved the playground near the campground and the pool was closed but looked fun. There was a covered pavilion that had a fire and was really nice on the snowy weekend we were there.Propane was $4.50 a gallon when we were there but it seemed convenient so we refilled at the park.As for the other attractions and things in the park, they were really fun as well. Different things for different times of year, but check it out. Also, before making online reservations, you might call campground about some special deals they have on attractions like buy one get one free.We will be back next time we are in the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar EatSeeRV
    Enormous Park with Lots to Do - Great views from Sites

    Reviewed 2/9/2017

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    We camped here in June of 2017. The sites can be a bit uneven, so if you can check the spot before you park I'd suggest it. There are also waterfront spots "premium" and "non-premium" spots. We parked in the non-premium spot but still had an amazing waterfront view, we were just on the other side of the street from the waterfront spot....moreWe camped here in June of 2017. The sites can be a bit uneven, so if you can check the spot before you park I'd suggest it. There are also waterfront spots "premium" and "non-premium" spots. We parked in the non-premium spot but still had an amazing waterfront view, we were just on the other side of the street from the waterfront spot. We paid way less than the premium price too! Their wifi connection was good, and we had access to electric and water, some sites include sewer as well but their views aren't as good. Dump station on site, small store, pool, and shuttle to and from Stone Mountain attractions. It's about 35 minutes from Atlanta and 20 minutes from Decatur so there are lots of cool things to see nearby as well.Stone Mountain is a huge state park with lots to do. There were gorgeous hiking paths, the lake to kayak or canoe on, and of course Stone Mountain itself. There is also a laser light show (mainly geared toward families/kids) at night off the side of stone mountain.

  • Area Guides Avatar Sue n Dave
    Check spot first if you can

    Reviewed 17/5/2017

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    Nightly rate: $26

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 411 O loop

    Park is lovely with tons of fun things to do. Staff very friendly. Trash pickup on site. Baths nice and clean. Wifi useable and we were able to get decent tv reception from antenna. With all of this said, roads are rough and narrow. Most sites in loop O (water and electricity) were uneven with sites crumbling. If we weren't towing a l...morePark is lovely with tons of fun things to do. Staff very friendly. Trash pickup on site. Baths nice and clean. Wifi useable and we were able to get decent tv reception from antenna. With all of this said, roads are rough and narrow. Most sites in loop O (water and electricity) were uneven with sites crumbling. If we weren't towing a large fifth wheel, we would have gone back and asked for a different site. Thing is, most sites are uneven. We did have a view of the lake and park is peaceful. Think they need to close part of it at a time and start leveling and widening. The trailer above was precariously parked so thankful Georgia isn't known for earth quakes.

  • Area Guides Avatar thecrazygoodlife.com
    Park is a 5, campsites are a 2

    Reviewed 16/5/2017

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 390

    We live close so we decided to try this for a short Mother's Day weekend. Let me start by saying the park is a great spot for 3-4 days. Lots of trails, lakes and activity options. They have an abundance of seasonal offerings and the laser show that, while a bit redneck, is a Georgia staple. The campground and surroundings are very ...moreWe live close so we decided to try this for a short Mother's Day weekend. Let me start by saying the park is a great spot for 3-4 days. Lots of trails, lakes and activity options. They have an abundance of seasonal offerings and the laser show that, while a bit redneck, is a Georgia staple. The campground and surroundings are very pretty and the pool and playground are amazing. But beyond that, the campsites are generally pretty rough. There are a variety, from full hookup, water/electric trailer sites, rustic tent sites, yurts and rentable campers. Of the 400+ sites, only about 1/4 are even half-way decent. The other 3/4 are absolutely horrible. There are some of the most uneven, downhill, rutted and busted up pads that I've ever seen. It's like they laid out this campground 35 years ago and never touched it again. The roads are almost as bad as the pads, rutted, busted up and just plain bad. There are some really pretty sites sprinkled through the campground but for what you pay I'd expect better pads. They really need a full revamp of the park. The pool was great, the bathrooms clean, wifi ranged from 0.1mps to 2mps...Almost unusable from our site. The camp store is nice and has camping basics. We stayed in an electric/water site and there are a few dump stations around. There's a lot to do at Stone Mountain and it's the most convenient CG to Atlanta. But know that you'll be disappointed for how much you pay for what you get. Don't miss the hike to the top of the mountain. It's kinda tough but I've had 4 year olds do it.

  • Area Guides Avatar S+D
    Busy but nice

    Reviewed 14/4/2017

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 435

    We only stayed here one night but would have been nice to stay a bit longer. Site 435 is very level and has a nice view of the lake from above. Sites are not cheap including the $15 entrance few you have to pay (and is not reimbursemed). Wifi is not really useable, they shouldn't even advertise that they have free wifi it is so bad. We...moreWe only stayed here one night but would have been nice to stay a bit longer. Site 435 is very level and has a nice view of the lake from above. Sites are not cheap including the $15 entrance few you have to pay (and is not reimbursemed). Wifi is not really useable, they shouldn't even advertise that they have free wifi it is so bad. We biked around the entire park which is pretty large. Somehow even with the amount of space it still seems busy with cars, trucks and people. Several options for walking/running trails. The location is nice for it's proximity to Atlanta as well.

  • Area Guides Avatar Charlie & Jeanne
    Great family park, activities for all ages!

    Reviewed 21/3/2017

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 87

    This was our 2nd stay here. Site was just above the yurts & park models. We showed up and cold-hit them for space, there was no issue for not having reservations. Since last stay they've added yurts, park models, and a very nice, large playground area. Park is on a lake for fishing. Very popular for walking/biking/jogging. Our site was...moreThis was our 2nd stay here. Site was just above the yurts & park models. We showed up and cold-hit them for space, there was no issue for not having reservations. Since last stay they've added yurts, park models, and a very nice, large playground area. Park is on a lake for fishing. Very popular for walking/biking/jogging. Our site was level, but too much tree cover for satellite reception (no big deal, cable on site). Easy access off the freeway. The $15 for initial entrance will smoke your roast...they should credit you the $15 back on your successful registration for a site. Lots of activity here.

  • Area Guides Avatar pemphigoid
    nice escape, close to home

    Reviewed 1/3/2017

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 387

    We have stayed in this campground a couple of times since getting our camper. Online you have to reserve 2 nights minimum, but at 8am on any given day they will let you reserve one night and check-in immediately. This is nice for a little weekend get away for us. We prefer the O-P loop because it is more remote and quiet. However, th...moreWe have stayed in this campground a couple of times since getting our camper. Online you have to reserve 2 nights minimum, but at 8am on any given day they will let you reserve one night and check-in immediately. This is nice for a little weekend get away for us. We prefer the O-P loop because it is more remote and quiet. However, there is no sewer or cable on these sites. The bath house is nice at the M&N loop exits. We prefer sites 284-287, 289 and 291 because they have nice space and access to the water. 284 is a pull through which is nice, the others are back-in. The pavement is a little rough in some sites and I have mentioned this to the campground. The sites closer to the store/office seem to have been maintained better and have full hook-up, but you will be more crowded with other guests and will pay more. There are various activities going on in the Stone Mountain Village area all year. We saw fireworks each night from the site because of the Christmas shows that were happening and enjoyed hearing the Christmas train whistle and watching it make it's loops around the mountain. Lots of trails, kayaking, and fishing available if you'd rather lay low.

  • Area Guides Avatar barrygoodtimes
    Good Option, Close to Atlanta

    Reviewed 14/1/2017

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    Nightly rate: $48

    Days stayed: 13

    Site number: 19

    If you want or need to be close to the city, this is a great option. My husband needed to be in the area for business and we wanted beauty and full hook-ups with convenient access. This fit the bill just fine. It is actually beautiful here in November/December. The fall foliage is lovely and the park is quite during the week and fills ...moreIf you want or need to be close to the city, this is a great option. My husband needed to be in the area for business and we wanted beauty and full hook-ups with convenient access. This fit the bill just fine. It is actually beautiful here in November/December. The fall foliage is lovely and the park is quite during the week and fills on the weekends as travelers come in for the Christmas production on the other side of Stone Mountain. We did not do the Christmas thing, but we did drive over one night and walk around the outside and admire all of the beautiful Christmas lights...one of the most beautiful displays we have seen. The park itself is really nice. Our site was awesome with a beautiful lake view and clean restrooms near by (came in handy when we had to bunker down for a nearby tornado). yikes! Realistically, this park is a half hour to forty-five minutes from whatever you need to do downtown or to the north. If it had been a different time of year, I would of stayed near Lake Lanier, but this was perfect for this stay. It rained quite a bit, but we did not mind. On a clear day we hiked up to the top of Stone Mountain, what a great urban hike! The views are beautiful and definitely worth doing. The park itself is quiet and well patrolled with security, we felt very safe. Once you leave the park though, be prepared for Atlanta traffic...it is so much worse than Los Angeles. The one thing I was incredibly disappointed of, is their laundry facilities. Not what I expect from a private park. Dirty, out of the way from the prime loops and the machines needed service.

  • Area Guides Avatar Bryan and Brandi
    We had a great stay and everyone from the camp staff to the park staff were very nice and helpful.

    Reviewed 14/7/2016

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 16

    We read the reviews and did not have any issues for having a level site. It look like all the full service sites were pretty level and can handle big rigs Class A’s and full size 5th wheels. Most of the full service sites also were clear enough to get satellite reception. We carry a number of different devices as I work from the road a...moreWe read the reviews and did not have any issues for having a level site. It look like all the full service sites were pretty level and can handle big rigs Class A’s and full size 5th wheels. Most of the full service sites also were clear enough to get satellite reception. We carry a number of different devices as I work from the road and we had no issues from our T-Mobile service.The campgrounds are maintained with what seemed like a good number of staff. We didn’t use any of the shower or restrooms but there are a number of them throughout the campgrounds. Overall this is a great place to spend a few days for any type of camping.

  • Area Guides Avatar HereForTheBeer
    Not what we were looking for this trip

    Reviewed 11/3/2016

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 2

    Stayed here 2 nights in December 2014. We found them through Passport America one night 50% off. Note in addition to the campground fees there is a "parking fee" of $15. This kind of ticked me off as it was not mentioned when I called to book and basically voided my PA discount. We were running late and there was a huge line to get...moreStayed here 2 nights in December 2014. We found them through Passport America one night 50% off. Note in addition to the campground fees there is a "parking fee" of $15. This kind of ticked me off as it was not mentioned when I called to book and basically voided my PA discount. We were running late and there was a huge line to get into the park due to the laser show on Stone Mountain. By the time we got to our site it was dark and we had missed the laser show.The reason I say this was not for us is we travel for Amusement Parks and beer. This particular park is intended for you to stay there as there are a tone of pretty cool activities. We arrived late drove to Six Flags the next day and went out for a beer that night then left the next morning. I did not get my value.Our site was not even close to level and basically hanging off a cliff. I woke up several times paranoid we were going to fall off. The park is huge it is a 15-20 minute drive just to get out of the park, then another 30 minutes to get to downtown Atlanta. We found a better fit for us this year, see our review of Jones RV Park. If you are there for an active resort experience this maybe the place for you.

  • Area Guides Avatar BoxyColonial
    Big, busy campground with tons to do: choose your site carefully

    Reviewed 20/10/2015

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    Nightly rate: $57

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 142

    We read a lot of reviews of this campground complaining about sites that aren't level, so we asked specifically for a level site when we booked. We asked about pull throughs, too, but the woman told us, "we have pull through sites....but they're not level." We ended up in a premium site in the purple loop, with full hook ups including ...moreWe read a lot of reviews of this campground complaining about sites that aren't level, so we asked specifically for a level site when we booked. We asked about pull throughs, too, but the woman told us, "we have pull through sites....but they're not level." We ended up in a premium site in the purple loop, with full hook ups including cable and a private deck with a gas grill. I went back and forth about the star rating; we had a great experience here and no real complaints, so I went with five, but I suspect I would have rated it a bit lower if we'd been in a different loop. Our site was very spacious, level, and easy to get into it (we had a little trouble, but only because the campground was very busy (Columbus Day weekend) and there were extra cars parked on either side of the narrow road when we were trying to back in). We were very close to the well stocked store, a pavilion, a big open field, playground, and pool. We walked a bit in a couple of the other loops and the sites were much more cramped (and, yes, many looked not at all level) and not close to any of the amenities. Some of the other loops have sites along the lake and are more heavily wooded, though, so it depends on what you're looking for. We loved that we could let the kids run across the street to the field and playground. The campground is huge, and there was a ton going on while we were there. A shuttle runs (at least on Saturdays--maybe all week during the summer?) from the campground to the attractions at Stone Mountain Park. Tons of kids running around and riding bikes. They had some activities during the day on Saturday (a magic show and a wagon ride, I think), but we didn't arrive in time for those. Bathrooms were nice and were cleaned several times a day. Campground was well maintained and nicely landscaped (and decorated for fall/Halloween); they came around and collected trash every day (multiple times a day it seemed like, even). They advertise wifi, but we couldn't get it to work at all, even though we were right by the office. Our T-mobile signal was decent, though. We were there to visit the park, and of course it's the perfect base for that. We felt the rate was reasonable given the location inside the park, but if you're not there for the mountain and attractions, it's a little high. But overall we had a great experience and will likely be back.

  • Area Guides Avatar homeindeed
    Best spot near Atlanta

    Reviewed 26/7/2015

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    Nightly rate: $57

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 389

    We camped right next to the lake and were surrounded by huge trees. Even though we were minutes from Atlanta, it felt like we were in the wilderness. There are many amenities at this park, including a pool, playground, fishing docks and boat rentals. It is truly a resort and for an extra fee there are rides and obstacle courses. ...moreWe camped right next to the lake and were surrounded by huge trees. Even though we were minutes from Atlanta, it felt like we were in the wilderness. There are many amenities at this park, including a pool, playground, fishing docks and boat rentals. It is truly a resort and for an extra fee there are rides and obstacle courses. We will definitely be back. The only draw back is the price. We paid $57/night without sewer hookups.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Learning Banks
    Nice park with lots to do, but terribly cell coverage and unusable wifi

    Reviewed 25/2/2015

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    Nightly rate: $58

    Days stayed: 21

    Site number: 351, 8, 87

    In and around Atlanta, there really aren’t very many RV parks or campgrounds with full hookups for us to choose from. Amongst them, Stone Mountain RV Park Campground has proven to be both one of our most and least favorite campsites at which to stay. We love the location and the setting, but unfortunately, connectivity here is so shodd...moreIn and around Atlanta, there really aren’t very many RV parks or campgrounds with full hookups for us to choose from. Amongst them, Stone Mountain RV Park Campground has proven to be both one of our most and least favorite campsites at which to stay. We love the location and the setting, but unfortunately, connectivity here is so shoddy that it’s difficult for us to “work from home,” making this campground a less than ideal place for us to stop for any more than a few days at a time.If you travel with pets, the campground also offers plenty of places to walk your dogs, both in the campground and also around the larger park. The park is also extremely bike friendly (if a bit hilly), and there are myriad activities, shops and restaurants within the park ground.Still, despite it's beautiful setting and abundance of activities within the park, it's a pretty expensive place to stay and a 30+ minute drive to most of Atlanta's good eats and entertainment.

  • Area Guides Avatar Island Girl Walkabout
    A lush park with lots to do but campsites are variable

    Reviewed 3/2/2015

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 345

    We camped here over a year ago. Our site, which was full hook-up, was also on a slant and we had a hard time both getting into it and getting our RV level. We had to get the coach inches from a retaining wall. The surroundings are quite beautiful, with lots of large trees and a lake. The sites are variable, and some are level, ...moreWe camped here over a year ago. Our site, which was full hook-up, was also on a slant and we had a hard time both getting into it and getting our RV level. We had to get the coach inches from a retaining wall. The surroundings are quite beautiful, with lots of large trees and a lake. The sites are variable, and some are level, others have great views of the lake. The laundry facilities were fine, I didn't use the restrooms, showers nor the swimming pool. There's also a children's playground and a sand volleyball court.The park is just over 30 minutes from the city center, but is one of the closest RV campgrounds to the city. Stone Mountain Theme Park is enormous, offering a myriad of activities, especially for children. The Confederate Memorial Carving, the largest relief sculpture in the world is a must see with laser and fireworks shows between March and October.

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