Years ago, my wife and I stayed at this campground in a cabin beside Raven Fork River. If I’m not mistaken, the one we were at this time was either the same cabin or one close to it. It is perfectly situated beside the river. There are several types of cabins (Kamping Kabins) with various furnishings. We had to take our own linens for the basic cabin. There are so many things to do at this KOA, in addition to its proximity to the national park. The swimming pool is a large indoor facility, there is an oversized checker board, there is a playground, and there are several fishing opportunities. In the front, there are several trout ponds which are stocked. On the backside, there is Raven Fork River. There are separate sections for the type of camping you want to do. Many of the tent sites, especially the ones next to the trout ponds are fairly level but very rocky. Although there is shade, I’m not sure I would want to set up a tent on one of the rocky sites. Another disadvantage of some of the tent sites is that they are beside the road, which has quite a bit of traffic. The bath house close to our cabin was undergoing construction for improvement. There is a temporary one, and there are portable toilets as well. However, there are two more bath houses. Overall, the Cherokee KOA is a great destination for all ages. There are things for everybody to do, and I do recommend it.