Our final day in Pine Mountain area included a visit to Warm Springs where some visited FDR’s Little White House, hit the few shops in town, drove through the FDR State Park and ate lunch at the Bulloch House. This is the outside of the restaurant which severed one of the better buffets I’ve had – the food was just your southern basics but it was prepared well and even the fried chicken was moist and tender.
The next day we packed up and moved about 95 miles up to Stone Mountain, GA – this was my kind of travel day, at least until we got on the I-285 Atlanta By-Pass – I have to wonder where are all of those folks are going in the early afternoon.
Stone Mountain Park has turned itself into a destination resort with conference centers, golf, many other activities, the quartz & granite mountain, and a good sized campground in the woods. They have a wide assortment of sites to accommodate nearly any type of camping including several for big rigs. We ended up with one of the pull-in sites and could see the lake through the trees, at least until they are fully leafed – note the yurts sitting down by the water.
The campground is not fancy but is very adequate with paved streets and gravel sites – many are lake front. The utilities and cable TV all worked fine, but their WiFi is very slow.
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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.
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