I was very lucky to find this spot near the Great Smoky Mountains. It was October, cool and fine, when I backed up to the French Broad River in this immaculate campsite with super friendly hosts. There was a bridge several yards off so some car traffic but I always sleep fine to the hum of wheels, but not too much because it was quite a ways away from a heavily traveled highway. I like it so much, I stayed an extra night. Clean showers and restrooms, a nice paved walking path. Fire pits, picnic table at hand, power and water for 24.00 a night. I was prepared to spend motel-level money on this cross country trip from Albuquerque to the East Coast, so anything under 40 was a great savings. The experience I had at this campsite turned me away from Motels forever as a standard for road trips. Because of the joy and peace I found on these two nights I have spent months kitting out my Toyota Matrix for comfortable, campsite stopovers on any road trip in the future. Highly recommended by me.