I just got back from a three night stay at Black Rock Mountain State Park Campground and I loved it. I found the campground in the book The Best in Tent Camping: Georgia by Johnny Molley and decided to try it out. The campground is really easy to reach and there are plenty of signs to direct you in case you get lost. All of the roads are paved unless you go to the walk-in camps, which we did. The drive to the walk-in camps is a little bumpy but pretty short and very beautiful. The walk-in sites have gravel pads, fire pits, and lantern hooks and are very private. Also, there is a comfort station with bathrooms and showers in the commons of the walk-in sites. Our site, E, had views of the mountains through the trees which was amazing. And our site was only about 50 yards from the car so it wasn't a hassle at all getting all of our stuff to the site. There were trails, overlooks, a visitor center, and a trading post with ice, firewood, and groceries. We didn't want to leave. I would definitely recommend this campground and I plan on going back soon.