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this is a new jelly stone. needs some updating to the facilities as far as things to do for the family to compete with the koa down the street.
I loved the on in KY so much! Can't wait to book a trip to this one!
All day scheduled events for kids. Park is immaculate & safe. Have stayed in RV and cabin at this park before and would recommend both.
We arrived on a Saturday and was directed to this Yogi Bear by a campground that was full. We did not have a reservation as we were on a cross country road trip and this was a stopping point. The staff was very friendly, got us booked in a tent site right away. Informed us of all the activities in the park, which we were eager to attend. We got to our assigned site to find we were directly next to a family that appeared to be chain smokers. We requested a move, they accommodated us no questions asked. Our new site did not have a fire ring. We asked at the office, as this is our only cook source while camping, and they assured us one would be delivered. Got back later that day, no fire ring. Saw a maintenance person driving and mentioned it, he again assured us one would be delivered. Never received one. That's why I took off a star. Otherwise, it was clean. The pool was chilly but it was hot so that was ok. They had pool toys galore and a volleyball net. Huge blow up jump houses and things for the smaller kiddos. We did the tie dying with the kids and they loved it. We would definitly stay again if we were in Nashville.
A decent campground a short drive outside of Nashville. Most of the space was taking up by RV's but there was a small area for tent camping as well. The tent campsites did have grills which was nice a touch to make dinner. There was a sandlot playground as well which I did not use but would be nice for families camping with children.
Close proximity to Nashville and very close to Opry Mills. It heavily favors RVs. Campers are close to them, not a lot of privacy. You do have a fire pit and grill. It is a good place for the family. Not my style.
Has the feel of camping just not the remote location. Sites are close together and no doubt it's crowded when it's full. However…if you want a break from the woods and shopping right outside the gates this is the place.