There are 3 campgrounds in Hungry Mother SP. Camp Burson is the easiest to get to and the one we stayed at. Creekside and Royal Oak campgrounds are further into the park up a windy narrow road. Camp Burson is flat and very well maintained gravel pads. Creekside is a little hilly with blacktop pads and Royal Oak is very steep with deck like structures at each site to set up on. Royal Oak is used primarily for tents. There is a restaurant which we did not try and a place to rent canoes, kayaks and paddle boats along with a very nice looking beach on the lake. Every stop has a gift shop. The biggest draw at this park is their trails ranging from easy to hard. Spend a day or spend a week you won't be disappointed. They have yurts in Camp Burson and Royal Oak. Don't remember seeing any in Creekside.
Easy to get from Knoxville without going into the craziest part of traffic in Sevierville. There are many RV sites and cabins along the bend of the Little Pidgeon River. Fire rings all along the river with everyone out at night sitting along the river. Had all the amenities you would want in a full service RV Park.
Perfect for what their name implies. An overnight stay on your travels. Many of the rest campgrounds are right off the freeway with lot's of road noise. Overnite is j1 mile off I-75 and very quiet at night. Full hookups and our campsite was very level. If you are looking for a place to rest of for the night between Knoxville and Chattanooga I highly recommend. Friendly owners and very safe area.
Stayed 2 nights on a beautiful site overlooking the lake. Wish we could have stayed longer.
Had a very relaxing overnight stay here. Would of stayed longer to enjoy even more of the area. Highly recommend coming here for a night or a week.
We travel around the country and stay at many campgrounds. This is one of the few places we would plan a trip to just for the campground/park. They have two campgrounds each providing a unique experience depending on what your looking for. The East rim campground is close to all the amenities. Very nice sites within easy walking distance of all the overlooks and playgrounds. The West rim campground is in the forest and takes a drive or hike to get to the day use amenities. We chose the West rim and it's peaceful and beautiful sites. Most the outer sites provide a raised parking pad with a private viewing area of the forest below. Our site not only had a large area for the picnic table but had a separate deck like area for looking out over the forest. Down the hill beside the retaining wall for the pad was our fire pit thus providing us three different relaxing spots in one campsite. We have already planned on coming back just for this campground.
It's a 13 mile half hour drive to Lookout Mountain
We stayed in 2 sites over 3 days. One in each loop. Absolutely a place will would stay at again. The B loop is more packed in and your view may be of other campsites. The A loop is more spread out but your site will be right on the main road. The park is very well kept and the staff was more than friendly. There is something for everyone to do within the park including a golf course.
This is an OK place to stop for the night. But not someplace I'd plan on spending any time at. At least there was a A&W across the street.
Very well kept basic RV Park. Well maintained and very safe place to stay. If your going to Graceland stay here before staying at Graceland RV Park. You'll be much more relaxed at night.
Nice place to stop over for the night or a few days. There is a gold mine tour and gift shop on the property. Convenient to a small town and a lot of nature to see in the area. Very friendly staff and the mine tour is well worth it. Especially for kids. Will definitely stop here again.
Centrally located near Dollywood about half way between Knoxville and Gatlinburg. Close to many restaurants and activities for all ages. The lots are gravel and level with full hookups. A few premium lots available along the river. We were here for a large RV rally and definitely enjoyed the campgrounds and the rally facilities. The onsite RV wash does a great job. Will definitely stay there again when in the area.
This RV Park gets 5 stars purely for it's location. Drive in, park and then walk to all the sights you want to see in San Francisco. A short 10 minute walk from the RV park is the ferry that will drop you off downtown San Francisco. We spent a week here and only drove when we wanted the experience driving down Lombard St and driving across the Golden Gate Bridge. Otherwise we took the ferry and then public transportation to all other points of interest in the San Francisco area. It truly is nothing more than a parking lot with hookups.
Togetherness Works is 5 mile south of I-22/US-78 along a very good Alabama 253. Junior Beasley and his wife have owned it for many years. When they were able they were full time RVers and have traveled extensively around the country. There are about eight sights all gravel and level. The back in sites have a nice deck beside your parking spot. There are also a few pull thrus for longer rigs or those who do not want to unhook. Very safe and secure. It is a favorite location for Tiffin Wayfarer owners to stay since it's only 6 miles from the factory. But everyone of us would stay here again regardless of it's proximity to the factory. Just call ahead and Junior will meet you at the entrance and escort you to your site. They also have a laundry facility for those dirty clothes.