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Overview of Twin Lakes RV Park

Monthly Rate Yes

Number of Sites 120

Elevation 1,082 ft / 329 m

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Verizon 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 2 Users
Last reported 11/10/2018
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 12/20/2016
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SD 45' Tiffin Motorhomes Allegro Bus
127 reviews
“Odd RV park”

Reviewed 11/10/2018

Nightly rate: $35
Days stayed: 4
Site Number: 50b
Overall Rating

I am not sure I get the appeal of this place. The entrance is down a narrow, residential road. We passed another RV leaving, and he pulled off the road to let us by. Check-in staff was pretty indifferent and not what I would call friendly. They do not accept credit cards. The permanent sites are kind of hidden up a steep hill. These sites are quite large and very shaded with decent spacing. The transient spots are in several different areas and RVs are scattered all over the place. Some sites have shade from trees, some partial, some none at all. The pull-thru sites are very small and narrow. The sites on the water are very close together. There is one site that is literally right next to the public sewer. We were in a large gravel lot with the RVs positioned corral style. All the sites were back in and very close together. Our site was between an old, long term fifth wheel and an even older park unit that had crates of stuff underneath it(even though according to the park rules this isn’t allowed). Said neighbor frequently let her dogs bark inside while she sat outside arguing with her son. We were also parked right next to, if not on top of, the septic as there were signs indicating this. Directv worked in our spot but wouldn’t in all sites due to trees. The internet worked great until the place filled up and then it was pretty useless. Verizon was 4g 3 bars so we were able to use our hot spot. On the plus side, this park is convenient to the enormous amount of shopping in the area. Restaurants are a dime a dozen. The lakes are pretty with a couple of trails. However, it is unlikely we would stay here again.

Site Quality
Verizon 4G/LTE

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Life Rebooted
FL 42' Tiffin Motorhomes Phaeton
216 reviews
“Big wooded premium sites, crowded gravel parking lot for standard sites.”

Reviewed 12/20/2016

Nightly rate: $30
Days stayed: 7
Overall Rating

Twin Lakes is about 10 minutes north of Alpharetta so it's in a convenient location for visiting that area (we were there to visit friends). There's a great supermarket (Ingles) just a mile or so away. Access to the park is down a narrow local road but it's not far so wasn't a major issue. The park itself is in a pretty, scenic location, but the sites themselves are problematic. If you're able to get a premium site (we weren't, they were all taken, even though we made our reservation over a month in advance), you'll have a huge wooded site, possibly shared with another RV, tiered along a very steep hill. The standard sites, only $5 cheaper, are tightly packed in a dead-end gravel parking lot (a trailer that came in after us spent 15 minutes making a 20-point turn trying to get backed into their site at the end of the lot). The other odd thing about our lot was that the water spigot was embedded in the ground, rather than on a post, making it difficult (and wet and muddy) to hook up the water. We paid $30/night, and the rate goes up to $35 for 2017, no credit cards accepted. The WiFi worked decently well when we could get connected, but there were plenty of times it refused to connect. There's a cell tower on the property which appears to be Verizon since we had 5 bars on our Jetpack, although service was sometimes slow. AT&T had 1-2 bars but worked pretty well. Apart from the disappointment of the site, the area is pretty and quiet, and there's a short loop trail around one of the lakes which we walked our dog on daily (it requires some rock-hopping over a stream). Overall it's a decent home base for a local visit but if we return it'll be just for a few days to visit friends again (unless a premium site is available, in which case we might stay a little longer).

Site Quality
Verizon 4G/LTE

Life Rebooted would stay here again

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  • 50 Amp
  • 30 Amp
  • 20 Amp
  • water
  • sewer
  • Full Hookups
  • wifi: yes
Site Amenities
  • big rig
  • picnic table
  • pull thru
  • dump station
  • pets



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