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Stone mountain georgia
« on: April 07, 2017, 03:30:30 PM »
Have you camped at Stone Mountain State Park in Georgia?  I've read all the posts on here and there are mixed reviews. I read all the reviews on trip advisor and there are mixed reviews.  If you stay there and had a great site please let me know the site number!  any thoughts and ideas would be appreciated! Thanks!
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Re: Stone mountain georgia
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2017, 07:48:27 PM »
Stayed there last year and it was very disappointing for the money - very rustic.  The site we has was approx. 4 degrees side to side and 4 degrees front to back.  The site was also on a steep hill and getting into and out of it was interesting.  If you do stay get a site more toward the road and not the lake.  Or check assigned site and if not good drive around and find a better site and go to office for it.  Not all there sites are reserved but first come.

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Re: Stone mountain georgia
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2017, 09:38:53 AM »
Stone Mtn is nearly always busy, so your chances of getting any particular site # are slim. Many of the sites are relatively short and not all that level, so you may well encounter what ferfer did. However, your rig isn't real long and unlike a long motorhome, you can place the truck crosswise or whatever. I would suggest describing your rig as being larger, to try to get some room. Your 264BHW is considered a 26 footer, but its overall length is 29.5 ft, so make sure you call it 29 or 30 footer and not a 26. It might help get a larger spot. I think the premium spots are a bit roomier as well.

Hunting around for an alternative to the assigned site is worthwhile if you find the assigned site a poor match for you needs.
Gary Brinck
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