Great Place for a Visit
This resort literally has everything. The "old" section is right along the Suwanee River. It has it's own privately owned spring. Cabins, houses, tent sites, rooms, RV sites (for small rigs). Pigeon races, concerts, chicken poo bingo, RC car races, Granny's Food Shack. Boats, kayaks, canoes, and shuttles for all of them. The "new" resort for the big rigs is indeed new. When we first visited, the only trees were newly planted twigs, and the sun beat down on our new "tin can". A couple of years later, the trees have grown up, and provide shade. All the sites have fire rings, many have "star gazer" wooden benches, and some have covered pavilions that folks decorate with colorful curtains that wave and blow in the wind, lending a lovely bohemian feel to the park. The place is spotless and manicured, and staff work very hard to keep it that way. Can you tell we love this place? The only downside we can find is that the entrance road isn't paved, which unavoidably creates a dust cloud over the sites along the road. Wish it could be paved, but knowing the cost of roads, I see why it isn't.