Douglas Dam Campground contains a total of 60 campsites, of which 54 are equipped with electric and water, 2 are ADA accessible, and 4 are primitive tent sites. The campground also features 3 bath houses, a boat ramp, a swimming beach, and a picnic area. The trail, Trotter Bluff, is located near the entrance to the campground. It is an easy 1-mile trek through a forest full of chestnut trees and wildlife. You can also spot some artifacts lefover from the construction of the Dam.
This is one of favorite camping spots. We have stayed here multiple times. It’s about 15 minutes from pigeon forge. Great prices and nice clean spots with lot of room.
Great place to camp and be right on the water. Only downfall was only 1 shower in the bathhouse but bathrooms were clean and never too long of a wait for the shower
The campsites are level and clean. the host are polite and direct about the rules. the boat ramp is huge love watching the boats. the bath houses are clean and the showers are hot. there's a nature trail across the road make a nice short hike about a mile. close to Piegon Forge but far enough away to be peaceful and quite. loved staying here. we have already booked again for September.
close to the city, but beautiful nonetheless. wake up early for a beautiful sunrise over the lake
nice site and campground. highly recommend if you like to fish. convenient to shopping and Gatlinburg. nice trails