I note that there have been a few posts related to a ToG Airforums User Group. Keep those comments coming...
There is a lot of misinformation about ToG going around. The official ToG website is...
Top of Georgia Airstream Park
It's not great, but it's factually accurate in what it says.
You have to arrive with an Airstream to stay here. If you are not a WBCCI member you can stay one night (free?) as a courtesy and/or introductory offer type thing. I recommend that for folk who don't know if it's worth joining the WBCCI just to be able to stay here.
The rates are very low because the park is non-profit and operated by volunteers. Hosts are in charge for a week at a time: Tuesday-to-Tuesday. We thank them very much. So at $7 per night, you can save your $85/year WBCCI membership cost pretty quickly compared to comparable parks.
When the Georgia Unit is having a rally then each person staying in the park has to pay the rally fee. There are meals and expenses and that's the way it works. The website has rally dates and you could avoid or embrace the rallies, but be aware.
Ditto on Falluminum and Springstream.
Answers to some of the questions posted here:
Is it child-friendly?
It's safe and there's a playground area of sorts. Paved roadways for kids to ride around on. Kids are welcome.
Is there shade?
None of the sites are under trees, but the trees and mountains shade them until mid-morning and after mid-afternoon, depending on site selection. The park is at 1800 feet elevation and is 3 degrees cooler than Atlanta night and day. There are three covered pavilions with bench swings and a table or two and fans.
Is there fishing or wading or swimming?
A nice creek runs through the park, Andrews Creek. Not enough for fishing, but the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River are nearby and that and other areas are fished. While you wouldn't wade or swim in the creek (you could) there is tubing on the Chattahoochee through nearby Helen all summer and lots of fun for $5.
And can we join WBCCI there?
You can join the WBCCI here. The host can facilitate that. The cost is currently $85, some of which supports the Georgia Unit, some the WBCCI. You can stay a week for $85+$(7*7) or a month for $85+$180 or 6 months for $85+$(180*6). You do the math.
Do we need reservations?
Reservations are not accepted, or needed. The best sites go first, on a first-come first-served basis. In practice, except during rallies, a site with a concrete pad for your trailer and a concrete pad under your awning is available always. When those are full, there are more without the concrete and the hookups are arranged for "rally parking" - i.e. two trailers can fit on one spot and both hooked up to all utilities - a worst case scenario that we don't really see even during rallies.
NOTE: I don't represent the park, I'm just posting on this forum. That's how the Top of Georgia Airforums User Group I am proposing would be. In a good way.