RThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 19, 2021

Community feel, a bit cramped

Easy to find large campground. This place has seasonal spots as well. They will have a runner guide you to your spot and assist you in parking. The sites are a bit cramped. When Unhitching if there is anyone waiting to drive by, you feel kind of rushed. Don’t let it make you forget wheel chocks or something important. They have a nice pond. They also have a kids play area in the Hollar, Complete with a giant slide. They will deliver firewood to you, or there is a farm around the corner on the main road toward Casey’s, that also sells firewood. There is no cell/LTE reception out here (Sprint or Verizon). We drove to Casey’s for a pizza and got a small cell signal there. If you like to watch movies, I recommend bringing a DVD player since you likely won’t be able to stream Netflix etc. The country music Opry was held outside because of a virus or something. It was a nice extra treat. There was an ice cream truck on hand during the show, for a $5 or so per item. We were located close to the park and pavilion, and the first morning we woke up to some kind of faint banging outside. I though someone was fixing a building, but it turned out to be acorns falling onto the pavilion roof. It wasn’t terrible but suggest requesting a site away from the pavilion if it might bother you. Overall a good experience, we’ll be back.

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