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Old 06-04-2014, 06:56 AM   #1
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Yep, rained the entire time - I would still go back - nice pads - clean - camp host - beautiful. Went about 5 years ago.
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We drove around and enjoyed the views... pretty park, will go and stay sometime...
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Yes, It is a beautiful place! I spent the day there hiking. There are two really nice waterfalls which are short hikes. I live in GA and I am planning to taking my TT there on a future trip. They also have really nice cabins for rent.
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