The campground has plenty of room and space for your truck/boat/ trailer. The campfire setup worked out well and the view of the lake was unbeatable. The staff running the campground was incredible.
The only rough thing is no check in help. The place is gorgeous for sure. We go at least 6 times per year!
Holston Lake is absolutely beautiful. The campground is deep in the national forest, out on a series of peninsulas, making all the campsites quite close to the water. Not all have a water view though, since the greenery is so dense. There are some short hiking trails, but plan to spend most of your time on the water. Close to 81 and lots of other campgrounds nearby if this one fills up.
Yay: Nice medium sized campground with basic but excellent amenities.
Nay: Long dirt road not necessarily accessible to all cars if it’s been raining.
Surprise: Really enjoyed walking along the shoreline and the sunset over the lake. There are stables nearby where you can hire horses (we didn’t have time to do so).
Little oak offered a great place to stay for a week. With south Holston lake at your finger tips it offers a great area to fish, boat, kayak, paddle board and swim. Facilities were cleaned everyday so no stinky bathrooms and showers. Only thing I wish they had was cabins for when you don't really want to rough it in a tent.
Very kid-friendly super spacious campsites every site is right on the lake with amazing sunsets every night. Only wish they had electricity.
Little Oak Campground is a small but very private Campground. The spaces are spread out full of gorgeous trees wildflowers and always a view of the amazing Lake. Bathrooms at every Loop. The people are amazing you always make new friends every time you go. Only downside is there's no electricity or water at the campsites I would give it 5 stars if it would upgrade to that.