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Camper0414

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Posted: 10/14/04 12:36pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I am looking for a nice campground near the Six Flag parks in Georgia. It is my understanding that there are 3 parks all in the same area and we would like to visit all of them. I am looking for a kids friendly campground and I would like it to have a pool if possible. Thanks for any ideas

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Posted: 10/14/04 02:11pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I am not familar with any campgrounds in the immediate area. There was one very close to Six Flags but it has since closed.

There are not three parks at Six Flags Over Georia. If you mean three parks under the Six Flag name, you will find more than three. They do have White Water which as implied is a Water Park but it is in Marietta which is not close to Six Flags but still in the greater Atlanta area.

Sorry I am not any help. Try looking atCampground 411


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Posted: 10/18/04 08:23am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What is Stone Mountain? and when you say on the other side of Altanta how far is that?

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Posted: 10/14/04 07:53pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

yOU STAY in the six flags of ga area and you best have a machine gun or two.


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You might try John Tanner SP in Carrollton. It's not my fav of the GA SP's but it'll do. 2-3 of the sites back up to the playground and the laundry room is clean. There's a lake w/a swimming beach but no pool. It's probably the closest SP to Six Flags. Stone Mountain is a fun place but it's clear on the opposite side of Atlanta. It's a great destination but if I were just doing Six Flags, I would stay at Tanner instead of dealing with Atlanta traffic. www.gastateparks.org


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We stayed at Stone Mountain when we went to Six Flags. It's a nice park/campground with a lot to do there as well.


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We always stay at Brookwood RV Resort in Marietta when we go to Atlanta to visit our son. I'd give it a 3 out of 5, clean, wifi, very nice pool in season.

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Posted: 10/23/04 04:01pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Stone Mountain is a HUGE outcrop of granite which has a Civil War Generals carving on the side of it. The whole area is a park with many of activities including camping, hiking trails, water sports, boating, fishing, rides, shops, etc. www.stonemountainpark.com

If you're coming to Atlanta just for Six Flags, you'll likely be disappointed. It's mostly roller coasters & you can easily do everything in a day. There is no camping close by. It is on the west side of Atlanta, Stn Mtn is on the east. Depending on time of day/traffic 1-2 hours apart.

There are several threads about Stn Mtn, so do a search for more detailed campground info, if you're interested. PM me if you want further Atlanta info.

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