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Gorgeous sites, lots of kids activities, pool, and close to Mingo Falls. Our site said it would fit a 32 ft camper and it really doesn’t; we had a super hard time getting in and thought we might have to leave. So just beware that your site might not be as big as stated. That’s my only reason why it…
Perfect campground by the river. Spacious sites decently separated, super friendly host, several hiking trails starting right around the corner. We had two wonderful nights here and would recommend the campground to anyone looking for a quiet stay in Smoky Mountain NP.
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I enjoyed staying here. I mentioned to the host lady that I’d like a site not too close to other folks to be able to rest and have some privacy. Since they had availability she put me on a spacious site by the creek. I love staying at campgrounds with lots of green vegetation and this one has it,…
Great place, love the river. Fireflies every night and within walking/biking distance of a great little town with a coffee shop, brewery, and a few restaurants.
We love this campground and often visit, this year we had our family reunion. It was the first time many had seen a campground and they utilized the deluxe cabins. Everyone had a wonderful time and loved the resort like amenities. They took a vote and decided to make this our annual destination.
Awsome little cabin!! No electric or water but was enjoyable. Definitely would recommend. Tent sights are around the cabin And on the opposite side of the creek from the RVs. Nice and quiet spot with Beautiful views!!
My wife and I decided to stay local because we just got a new camper and wanted to be near home.on case anything went wrong. It was like seeing Cove Lake all over again. The camp ground is great and the bath houses are super clean. Will definitely be back!
A couple of the tent sites are waterfront and ideal for a tenter like me. The rest seem a little packed together, though some offer a little bit of seclusion. Decent facilities and easy access to Devil’s Backbone section of Cumberland trail.
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This campground is located down a mountain road with many switchbacks, thus limiting it to mostly tent campers (awesome). You can bring a trailer in, if it's less than 20 feet in length. While we were there, we only saw one trailer, all the other sites were tent campers or van lifers.
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No showers and portable toilets for camper use. Not a big deal for me, but I know some might prefer another campground as a result. Active barred owls in the campground. Quite a treat watching them.
It's a decent big name campground we haven't really seen anything that's blown us away, it's fairly clean and the staff is nice enough, but like I said nothing spectacular. The pool area is nice. The sites are pretty tight, our camper is up against our concrete patio and I only had a couple inches…
This was a very nice and clean rv park. Roads are paved with gravel sites. Each has a concrete slab with a pic Nic table and charcoal grill and fire ring. The laundry and showers were very clean and well maintained. The pool area was cleaned every morning. You are allowed to send and receive mail…
Very clean and family friendly camp ground.
Great little park located in the Appalachian mountains of Virginia beside of Leeman Field park in Pennington Gap. Easy sites to get into with full hookups. Clean restroom/bathhouse on site, group picnic area/outdoor fireplace, and horseshoes at the campground. Neighboring Leeman Field park has…
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Great campground. Small and well spaced sites. Outer circle sites are small for campers under 20 ft. Inside circle will accommodate under 30ft.