Greetings, My wife and son camped at Amicalola State Park this past week. The park's main attraction of course is the falls and they won't disappoint. The park is riddled with hiking and walking trails that will suit every age. We took the 10 mile round trip hike to the Len Foote Inn on the Springer Mountain AT approach trail. This was a prefect 4 hour round trip hike. It was Spring Break for us but the crowds weren't that bad. The Park staff was most pleasant and friendly. The Lodge sells ice for $2 a bag since the closes place to buy ice is a 25 minute ride. Check out the old church and Civil War grave yard on the road just off the camp road. Nice 1.5 mile drive. Getting to the camp site is a 25% grade climb for about a half mile. My 6 cyl 4Runner had a tough go of it pulling our Fleetwood Sequoia but we made it. The pick your empty site system works just fine. Site 16 was our site and it was a winner. Plenty of room for two cars, Pop Up. Each site has a grill fire ring and table. Our site was big enough for us to erect our 10x10 screen room over the table. The site next to us turned over three times. It appears that campers on their way to the AT spend the night there. Now the not so good. The camp site roads are suffering from some significant erosion so there is allot of crush n run in the road. Not much fun for an evening stroll with your dog. The bath houses are subpar. The showers are moldy and the shower curtains look like a science project. In the men's room the first shower the hot and cold knobs turn on the same direction and the water sprays directly on the floor. If it rains you will get muddy walking to the showers from the mud that has eroded into the walkway. OK, I'm done venting- otherwise this was a remarkable place to stay. If we go back, I will invest in another grey tank and hook up to my shower in the Pop Up. Hope this helps anyone headed up there. If you avoid the bath house it's a definite must see.