This state park is in Summerville, Georgia. We really enjoyed it. You make reservations ahead of time so you know exactly where you will be camping. We reserved site #12. It was just fine for a nice quiet and private stay. It was a pull-through near the newly renovated bath house.
The colors are extremely vivid in the fall with all the hardwoods. We enjoyed the 1.6 mile hike to the reflecting pool called the Marble Mine Trail. It was so quiet and you could almost imagine the Native Americans around the pool doing whatever they needed to in their daily tasks hundreds of years ago.
By the way, James Floyd was from Chattooga County, GA and served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1953-1974. His nickname was given to him back in his high school days while playing football. He was very thin and his jersey was always flopping in the wind, so his coaches called him “Sloppy”.