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Ghost Hill Campground in Stone Mountain, GA

by Richelle

The Ghost Hill Campground is located at 1295 Tuggle Drive in Stone

Mountain, Ga. They can be reached at (678) 776-7108. You can visit
them on the web at http://ghosthillcampground.com and the email is
charlie@ghosthillcampground.com.

We stayed there a total of 8 nights and the total was only $175, so
the price can not be beat. Espically since the other campground in the
area is at Stone Mountain itself and the prices there were crazy (at
least we thought so).

Ghost Hill has all back in , full hook up spots.
not the levelest, but were not that bad, we only had to use one row of
blocks.

They do have a bathhouse but that is really all it has to
offer. There is some grass. It would really benefit from a playground.


The layout is a circle and it is set way off the main road, so we let
the kids ride bikes in the circle. It is also set on a hill. The owner
lives onsite.

There was no internet when we were there but Charlie was
working on getting that avaliable. There is no laundry onsite but
there were some nice laundry places within about 5 minutes drive.

All being said if you are looking for a really cheap place to go to
explore Atlanta or Stone Mountain and don't care about frill, this is
the place for you. Charlie had just taken over the campground from his
parents so I would look for him to do improvements to happen.

Don't forget to go over to Stone Mountain while you are there. If you bike in or walk in to Stone Mountain its free but if you drive they do
charge a small fee. The distance is very bikable from the park as we
did it with 3 kids riding themselves and one in a bike trailer.

Please see full review at:
http://travelingtek.com/2010/11/18/ghost-hill-campground/

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Sep 18, 2016
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by: Anonymous

just got to site. pix on web site do not tell the truth. you cant even put out awnings out, because you are to close to another camper. very hard to even get to there location. I have a 42 ft 5th wheel. I would not bring anything here over 30 feet long. looking for a better place to stay, while in area working

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by: Emilyn at RV Travel with Kids

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