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Management/owner very accommodating. Very short stay for us, just passing through. Quiet campground.
I don't live far from this place. It's a nice quick weekend getaway. The bathrooms are the cleanest I've ever seen, you're close to town, and have a beautiful river that runs right by the campground. There's a great walking trail that runs right by.
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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
I've been camping at this state park since the early 2000's and am pleased to say not much has changed.The campground has 7 sites each with it's own picnic table, fire ring, and pole for stashing your food away from bears. If you like fishing there is a small lake which is regularly stocked with…
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A few sites have electric hookup, but not all. You can tell that at one time there was a playground but it has been removed. Decent bathhouse.
I stayed here for two night and enjoyed my time. RV spots are a little close to your neighbor but it was quiet and peaceful. This is a great spot if you don't mind not having a network connection or Wi-Fi. Spot comes with an electrical hook-up, water, fire pit, and a picnic table. There are also…
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Very peaceful, not at all crowded, small campground. There's only 18 sites and they're spread out. There is electric hookups but not water. There is a dump station too.
We pulled in around midnight and we’re thankful that the gate was still open. Even after calling and making sure we would be able to access the site sometimes it’s still nerve wrecking. The signs were easy to follow. Hooking up to our water and amp was super simple and easy. The dump station was…
A nice campground, although not the place to go if you’re looking for a “middle of nowhere” site. Quiet during our stay in the middle of the week, although a lot of coming ans going. Several amenities available, and close to Walmart, gas stations, etc. Bathrooms were relatively clean, hot showers…
Bathrooms were clean, people were friendly and quiet. Reasonably sized sites that were first come, first serve, but we had no problem finding a site on a Friday afternoon. Lots of ranger patrols.
We stopped for just one night but this is a site you'd want to plan for more. The sites are level and a nice distance apart. The trails are nice and the river makes this site ideal. There is a museum and welcome center with information on Davey Crockett and the area along with a playground and lots…
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Good size sites, especially the outer part of the loop. The beach is nice but a lot of steps to get down to it. Overall the campground is clean and staff is extremely helpful. The bathhouses are a bit run down and updated or something. We had a path to the lake which was great and we kayaked from…
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This is a decent campground that definitely caters to the SxS and off road crowd. Sites are relatively level and there is a decent amount of space between them. Backing in is quite easy as there is plenty of room to maneuver. The campground is very quiet but I can imagine it is really hopping over…
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Great park to hike and although most of the RV spots are not very level there are a few good ones. 30amp, no sewer hookups, dump station, shared water spigots. Very shady and during the week very quiet. Best suited for smaller RVs but there are a couple of spots for larger ones.
Quaint park tucked away in the hills of VA in Big Stone Gap next to South Fork Powell River. Although our site is right on top of our neighbor, that is NOT the norm. Sites are spaced out with some full-timers, part-timers and vacationers. The owner allowed us to choose our site, and after having…
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