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NIce campground with a gated entrance, very safe. Beautiful location. Excellent tent sites on creek. RV sites are ok, narrow and your fire ring is so close to next RV, we were uncomfortable using it. WiFi is excellent! Park is very clean and quiet.
Access is rough, (moderate clearance vehicles required). Also, as courtesy - cruise the bridge and see if people are down there first, (both sides).
Sweet backcountry spot! Nice gurgling stream and hiking trails.
Site 22 at end cul de sac with full Mountain View…
Pool music heard from our site but not loud and after all…..It’s Margaritaville
This is a couple of miles off of a main highway coming down from Severeville do not follow GPS directions through a torturous path of 15 miles of white knuckle driving.
First off, the people who run this place are wonderful people. They are easy to work with and very helpful if your plans change. The sites are nice size with very “homey” landscaping. I didn’t feel like I was sharing my site with my neighbors. The facilities were the cleanest I’ve seen in the last…
Elkmont is right here n the National Park. Close to great hiking and occasional wildlife. Bears have been extra active this year, and rangers advise taking extra precautions. All National Park campgrounds are primitive, so no water, or electric. Put toilets and no showers. There is a dump station…
We camped here over the weekend with our dogs. We were in the designated tent area, which was right on Jonathan creek. Our campsite had a firepit and a small picnic table on a platform. The tents had to be in grass. To the bathroom it was a little walk on a paved road. The bathhouse was very clean…
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This campground is right on the river. Sites are well spaced, so you are not on top of your neighbors. Lots of trees and shade. Pool and playground. Full hookups and dump station. There is a small store.
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This is a small campground, it is a little worn. But it’s still quiet and family friendly. It is right on the Little River, and some sites are on the water. Sites are a little tight. Full hookups. Dump station. Pool and playground.
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This is an older campground that needs some upkeep but it is nice and quiet. There are lots of trees, and shade. It is right on the Little River, some sites back to the river. Very large RVs May have tried. Pool, playground and camp store. Full hookups.
First of all, it’s a KOA, so I didn’t expect a lot when we came, but it’s close to Great Smokey Mountains NP. It has has water and electricity, and is tolerable for a night or two. As KOA’s go, this one is better than most I’ve been to. There are still some trees, and some shade, the sites are…
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Place is beautiful, full hookups, laundry, pool, clean shower rooms. Lots are close together, but all the surrounding campers are welcoming and nice! Wonderful little creek area to take the pups!
Very beautiful place but slim pickings on the open spots. We found site 2 empty the only site not on the lake. Seems like people setup tents to hold sites and don’t return for days it was the week before Labor Day so maybe I’ll have better luck next time
Well maintained campground, with pretty views. Campsites are often uneven with alot of tree roots running throughout. It does require consideration before parking your trailer or RV.
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What a lovely, relaxing park. There is an area for day-use people, with boat rentals, a small swimming area, and playgrounds (including mini golf!).
As for camping, you have two options: a large drive-in section (each with electric and water), some near the lake, some more forested, and some…
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