This place was exceptional, from the time we came in for the first night, the exceptionally great rate per night, to the amazing owners this campground has been the best place we have ever stayed. Joe and Mitzi make you feel at home. We also made some great friends, will be returning next year for the bluegrass festival. Also love the quiet kicked back vibe that this place offers.
As the owner of this rv park, I will not be tooting my own horn but will instead give you a little info that can be followed up by visiting our website or facebook page. Our little park was started to accommodate our bluegrass patrons and then we opened our doors to the public during the rest of the year. Most of our travelers find us by word of mouth or through mobile apps such as thedyrt.com. We offer a different kind of camping experience here. We are very laid back in our approach to camping as you will notice first thing upon arrival when you will probably find the office unoccupied. If that is the case, you can utilize self-registration and chose your own campsite. On the days that we have reservations, they will be posted on a board in front of our office. If we are able to greet you when you arrive, we will happily do so as we live just a few yards from the camping area and office. If you are looking for bells & whistles, you might want to keep traveling as we do not offer many of those. We have picnic tables & chairs in our pavilion but not on individual sites. We do offer a unique setting with lovely views along with peace & quiet (most of the time). We have restrooms with showers for your convenience. Currently, we do not allow tent camping except during festivals and special events. Our sites are large with a gravel base through which we have allowed the grass to grow. We can be flexible with parking situations for those of you traveling with larger rigs pulling trailers, etc. Our location is just over 20 miles from Knoxville's acclaimed Urban Wilderness to the west and just under that amount to Pigeon Forge to our south. We are 10 minutes from Douglas Lake, 30 minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and a short drive to Sevierville. There are restaurants and gas stations 1 1/2 miles from us at exit 407 on I-40. Check out our website for more info. Thank you.