We stayed 6 nights in a 24 foot Travel Trailer - water and electric with dump station. The park is extremely well maintained, clean shower houses, laundry facilities, great walking and hiking trails. Price per night is $30. Note that they do have you initial a statement that no alcohol is allowed in the park.
If you are wanting a lake front site with a swimming beach this is not the park for you. The water level in Lake Lanier was down 11 ft. so we had a big mud beach. The park itself is fairly level with many sites crowded in together. This was the first weekend the park was open for the season. Strong thunderstorms with high wind and hail with tornado watch made for an unpleasant 2 days. We left 4 days early due to the impact of the wind and rain. Our site was partially flooded. The Verizon signal was very weak. Our phones and Mifi continued to drop off signal.. The park normally closes at 10:30 and all visitors must leave by 9:30pm. The night of the storms they hosts said they would leave the Exit gate open all night to allow those who wanted to leave to do so. The COE needs to install a keypad system to allow those with the code to enter and exit...much like all the State Parks in Georgia maintain. They could also put hand dryers in the bathrooms as there is nothing to dry your hands on except you cloths. We would not stay in this park again.