The park is well maintained. We purchased the "Fantasy in Lights" package deal in December, which included some other perks, including our stay, and saved us some money. The girl on the phone was very helpful when setting up the reservations and the vouchers for the restaurants in our package.
When we arrived, we were close to their closing time for the office, but they didn't rush us about. We decided to look around the camp store later, so as not to put them behind, and they signed us in with no problems. She had one of the guys in a golf cart lead us to our spot. It was cold, but he didn't seem to mind, and he was very helpful with instructions and answering my questions.
The park appears to me to have been a smaller park, situated under the pine trees, and then had an expansion, probably when RVC came in, and it looks like they bought the adjacent field, and set up another nice park there. The "original" spots are gravel, in the trees, and a little more rustic (but full functional). The spots in the field are all concrete pads, and almost, if not all, pull throughs. We picked a spot near the back of the property, near the bath house and laundry (and dog walk).
I really liked the concrete pads - their design was well-planned. They had two sewer connections - one near the middle of the pad, and one near the rear, as well as the standard water/power tower, and cable TV. Everything worked as advertised. They did ask us to unhook the water overnight that night because it was going to drop below freezing, which I did, and we had no issues. I just hooked back up the next morning.
The disadvantage of the field spots is that it's an open field, and the wind does blow through. It was nice, though. I would love to stay here in the summer or late spring, I think.
The bath house was clean, and the one at the back of the property is "family baths", which have a HUGE shower, a toilet, and two sinks. It's big enough for the whole family, for sure. The heat came one when I went in (good thing, too!), and the water was hot.
We even used the laundry services. Several washers and dryers available, run by quarters (no change machine, though!). We had to run our clothes through the dryers twice to get them dry, but they're not very expensive. A word of warning: check the dryer before you use it, and check the lint try, to ensure the person before you wasn't washing their dog beds - we had dog hairs all over our towels after one cycle through the dryer.
We visited the camp store during our stay on a later day. It is reasonably well stocked for the essentials, and even some RV parts (hoses, connectors, etc). Interesting and funny t-shirts, tables, beer, wine, and other sundries are available. You pay for the convenience, though.
The parts we didn't use include Yurts and standard tent campsites, a playground (which some kids were having a ball in), a pool and hot tub. Simply too cold for us to try those!
All in all, we will probably stay here again, next time we are in Pine Mountain.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We’re your ideal natural environment mixed with your favorite hotel experience; just an hour south of Atlanta & surrounded by Mother Nature. There’s a variety of lodging options available that can sleep large families/groups. Enjoy our uncommon amenities that you won’t find at a typical campsite. Some of these include concierge service, free Wi-Fi, coffee, beer & wine bar, saline swimming pool, activities pavilion, bark park, GoPet and bicycle rentals, fitness center, and game room. ... more less