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Cades Cove was amazing. Our only regret was we were only able to stay one night. The 11 mile loop was a great little drive. We found it to be a very clean campground with close access to all the trails. Waterfalls you can play in, and every amenity I could imagine.
The lake was mostly clean, the trails were easy to navigate, honestly the whole grounds were. The drive up was beautiful and long and easy to make our way around. Be very mindful of what snakes are in the area, they are everywhere but all the ones we came across were harmlesssss. You do have to…
I had super high expectations for this campground based on other reviews. I was disappointed.
I will preface this by saying, I go camping to be in nature and listen to nature, relax, read a book. If you like to go camp and sit in your RV at all times, this place would be great.
We stayed on…
Nice sites with hiking and lake scenery.
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Sites are not well developed with power and sewer in odd places. Monthly rentals and not well kept. Has lake access but big manufacturing plant nearby and a little noisy, wouldn't swim here.
The sites we stayed at were on gravel pads located 50-100 ft from the car. The cars are parked on a ridge and you hike a little bit downhill to the camp spot. Very forested and private. Beautiful views from the campsite. Would definitely come back! Water and bathrooms are a short walk down the…
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Creekside and numerous activities were offered at this campground. It's well maintained and is in a fabulous mountain location. It's in close proximity to shopping and has many ammentities
The scenery is nice, but get ready to be woken up by the campgrounds roosters at 5 AM every day. Won’t be back.
Although there is a Murray's Lake in TN, as you'll note on the location map, this campsite is in Georgia.
There is a lake, but it's not all that pretty. There's a boat ramp, but the lake is small and I doubt it's worth the trouble. There are 2 drive in tent spots, with 2 more at the end of a trail. Secluded. The road in can be handled by a sedan.
Less than 6 miles from the trailhead, this site was fairly easy to reach. It was clean, and had easy access to water, and there were plenty of bear cables for hanging your food. I stopped here for a night before making the climb to the top of Gregory bald.
We drove here to find that the coordinates given by the app took us to a neighborhood and once you get there the pin that shows where the campsite is supposed to be has a sign saying “disaster area”. Don’t waste your time driving here unless the coordinates get updated.
From Hwy 107 you can access Burells Ford road which is fully gravel and rocky, certain cars may have difficulty. Just follow the gravel road and you’ll find a parking lot on the left that has a backcountry campsite but you have to hike to the site, it’s not a drive in site. If you keep continuing…
Sites 51 and 52 are primitive and you have to cross a foot bridge to get to them. Sites 64 - 68 are primitive as well but you're able to park at your site. Site 52 is by far my favorite and I've anyway reserved it again for July. The staff here is amazing, bathrooms are well kept, and the creek is…
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