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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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Very crowded and close together. Of course it's late July and families are vacationing. A lot of kids.
One of my all time favorites! It’s situated atop a ridge, so most sites have amazing views and the weather is cool in the summer. We have had mice issues in the past, so I do recommend storing food in mouse-proof containers. Also great for seeing elk. Located in the MST so you can hike directly…
We have stayed here a few times, and it makes a big difference where you camp.
Apple tree and dogwood loops are congested & poorly vegetated, thus not feeling private at all.
Poplar (the only generator-free loop!) is wooded and spaced nicely. Our large van fit very comfortably. Highly…
We were amazed at the views from the top part of the campground where we were lucky to stay! The entire campground was clean and private. We will definitely be back.
Had a great weekend at Natural Tunnel State Park. This campground stays booked up but was able to get in on a cancellation for the upcoming weekend. Just happened to be the one day a year the tunnel is open to walk through (it’s an active railroad and closed otherwise).
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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.
Nearly right at mile marker 342 Long gravel road, couple/few camping spots along the way, mostly on the left. Drive through a little creek, and stay to the right, a little ways down you’ll find another spot just before Laurel Retreat. A little larger clearing than the others, my pop-up fight…
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!!
Used 1 star to get folks' attention. If this site does exist around there, it's not at the listed coordinates- nor is any camping site that I could find or hear of from the locals who explained that the site I did find near the coordinates (that didn't look like the previous reviews pictures too…
Just did a drive thru. I didn’t really pay attention because I like a little bigger site.
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.
I've learned my lesson!! I will pay closer attention to reviews from multiple sites in the future. This place is not as advertised. We camped there over the 4th of July. Arrived as scheduled on Friday to find that the site we booked had a camper in storage on it. The owner of the campground said…
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…