McKinney Campground sits on the banks of Allatoona Lake, providing visitors with a variety of water activities in the green rolling hills of Georgia.
Accessible Flush Toilets, Accessible Showers, Accessible Sites, Beach access, Boat Ramp, Dock, Dump Station, Fire Rings, Fishing, Host, Lake Front Sites, Lantern holder, Laundry, Picnic Area, Playground, Swimming, Tent Pads, Trash collection, Water Hookups, Wildlife Viewing, Convenience Store
Electrical hookups, Pets OK, Water hookups
Q: We are camping on site 98 in July. One morning we may have to leave before gate opens can someone tell me about how far of a walk it will be from that site to the gate to get to our vehicle? Thank you -Bonwood
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Reviews of Mckinney Campground
Reviewed by GhentW on November 29, 2015
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Great campground, by US COE.
The sites on the lake have great views. Most sites are rather secluded with the summer foliage, but even when trees are bare, there is good distance between sites.
Friendly staff, but check in time is excessive, not because of staff, but cumbersome procedure. Reservation.gov has a pre check-in, but does not cut much time at check-in.
The facilities are decent, but not up to cleanliness and updated as many private facilities.
We will continue to go to McKinney, as it is very peaceful with beautiful, mountain feeling waterfront sites.
Finally, there is so much to do within a 30 minute drive. Cartersville (15 minutes away, has two World Class museums. The Booth Western Art and the Tellus Science Museum.
There are plenty of great restaurants and other ToDos within 30 minutes..
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Reviewed by Manypalms on October 13, 2014
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Great wooded campground with most sites right on the lake. It's a large campground that is very well kept with good birding and deer. The closest city Acworth, is well worth a visit. There is also a new Cabellas store within fifteen minutes. Firewood is a bargain from the country store two minites east of the park entrance.
The only issue is that this part of Georgia is a main corridor for the CSX railroad. Trains run all day and all night. If you like the sound of a train in the distance, this place is for you. The other issue is if you live south of here, you'll hate the Atlanta traffic. No short way around getting there or going home.
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