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Roomy sites, quiet, good place for families to gather. Easy to find.
Barely was able to fit the RV in the site, the roads weren’t the issue but on each site were huge ditches for water drainage. While trying to back in, was inches from ended up in one.
Quiet campground, seems mostly for van setups or tents.
The lake on the top of the mountain wasn’t appealing…
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Had and idea at 2 am the night before to go camping. Next morning packed up and head here. Found this nice place. I’m kinda reluctant to tell people about it because it a small paradise nestled along the banks. I’ve never really enjoyed the mountains, but after staying here I do t think I’ll ever…
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Really clean and nice campsite. The bathroom has showers and clean toilets. They even had little shampoo and conditioner and lotion you could use! There was wifi and a phone charging station as well if needed. All in all a nice spot. Would recommend.
We had a very large area. The spots were large, and easy to maneuver. The hiking trails are great. They had areas to sit, and enjoy the view. My only complaint was, it’s closeness to I-40. You can hear the traffic. Now it is not overbearing by any means. It is just in the background slightly.…
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The people here are wonderful I would highly recommend
We went this past summer and had a nice visit. There wasn't too many people but a few weeks later we drove thru and people were packed in like sardines. Just not our style of camping. Seems the locals really come out in droves and packs the place. Have been told that vehicles have been stolen so…
The roads are nice and paved. Pretty busy but a spot was available and they are spread out pretty well. Bathroom facilities were decent and had showers. No water hookup but you can fill your tank at the spiggots. Electric was available at our site.
Our site was probably the worst designed one.…
Arrived to find it closed. No one to talk to or call. Just closed. Same with Rhea Springs.
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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Luckily we got there late and left early. Ine thing can turn me off from a campground quickly and that's how well they maintain their bathrooms. My parent went to use the restroom near the pool, absolutely disgusting. They've experienced a lot of things in their 80 years and they were shocked. My…
Great campground. Small and well spaced sites. Outer circle sites are small for campers under 20 ft. Inside circle will accommodate under 30ft.
Site 63 was an excellent site with great views and within feet of the water. Surface was nice/flat and plenty of grass for a tent
Site 65 was an excellent site with great views and within feet of the water. Surface was nice/flat and plenty of grass for a tent