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Very nice, but small sites. Full hookups and wifi at a state park, which is nice. Historic area with demonstrations and visitor center. Beautiful hiking trail by the river and riverside sites
This place is great! It was very quiet and clean and peaceful. There was a good amount of space between the different campsites, and the bathrooms were very nice! This was my first time camping, and I'm sure a first trip can make or break it for a lot of campers, but I will definitely be venturing…
This KOA campground is within Pigeon Forge and accessible to where you want to go. A busy campground but quiet while campers do their own thing. The staff is superb and always checking on guests.
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The camp ground is surrounded by a river. The only way you can get in is through the bridge. The restrooms were super clean. Our kids loved the playground. The basketball court was also good and come with a ball that anyone can use. The pavilion are open to campers and we used the propane grill.…
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The staff is great, all public areas are clean and organized. The facilities are nice, but you might want to look at your site first if you can. There are some places that big rigs will not fit into, and some you won't be able to get to. Some of the sites, the picnic table, fire pit, and grill…
Very personal staff, on the stream, clean bathhouse
This was a great place for families to get together but unfortunately they became money hungry and are charging double the prices for sites. We will use this place but it’s not worth it for the money now. There is one guy that works the front desks and he is as grumpy as grumpy gets. Have fun going…
We are currently camping for 5 nights here. Booked our campsite a day in advance; I think we got lucky with a cancellation. We are here during a lot of rain from Ida but it's so beautiful and peaceful.
On a non rainy day, we did 5 hikes to explore the mountain. On a rainy day, we went to Miller…
We had a mountaintop site- not with the deck, but still up top. The campground is really beautiful and well maintained. The bathhouse up top seemed to be brand new. It had two full bathrooms with toilet, sink, and zero entry large shower. There was also a laundry room adjacent. There’s a…
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Pros: Free, many sites with water access for kayaking/fishing, fire rings, parking lot close to sites. Cons: Lots of road noise-- you're sitting in a valley bordered by highway on 3 sides, and the echo is serious. Trash everywhere making some sites unusable. Lots of poison ivy.
So, if it's worth…
Nice KOA with all the amenities you would expect. More cabins to choose from than most and about 4 miles from shopping. Nice fishing ponds and about 1/2 mile from Mingo Falls.
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Clean and well kept. Small campground but all sites are cement pads. Pricing is great being very close to downtown and trolley rides are available.
As new RVers, we don't have a lot of reference, but everyone here has been so nice and helpful to us newbies. Also, the amenities are nice and clean. We're sold on it!
Love Greenbrier camp ground
What a great campground - definitely one of our new favorites! We stayed on site 37 and wow, the views! The staff was super friendly and helpful and the CG was so quiet in the evenings. Definitely an A+ campground. The only thing we would say is to be very careful if you’re up on one of the…
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