Date of Stay:
June, 2007 -
I agree with the other reviews that indicate that there are; clean bathrooms and kids activities. However, our campsite, and many of the campsites, that we saw, were so small that we were too uncomfortable to enjoy those aspects. When we set up our campsite, we set up our pop-up and a screen room. The site was so small that when the screen room was set up, it was touching both our camper and the camper next to ours. On the first day of our trip, we had planned to fish in the streams around the campground as the web site clearly indicates that fishing is an activity available at the campground. Unfortunately, there were very few places where the stream was deeper than ankle deep - we didn't fish because any fish in that water would have had their fins sticking out. When we went to the office to ask if there was the possibility of switching to a bigger site, and to see if there was a fishing section that we had overlooked. Opening with, " 'We have 2 questions for you", and before waiting for the questions, we received a response of, " and I have 2 answers for you, no and no", in a tone that did not appear to be taken as joke. While the rest of the staff was friendly, in the end, no other site was available, no fishing, and the "no refund for any reason policy" held out. We were so disappointed that we ended up leaving 3 days early, even though we had already paid for the full amount of time. We camped at Imagination Mountain Camp-Resort (formerly Great Smoky Jellystone Camp in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
May, 2007 -
Great campground with terrific springs. There are a couple of things that we were not prepared for - we forgot to bring tubes / floats for the spring and there were very few choices for the purchase in town. Also, the rates are per person, not per site. Still, definitely a great campground - we are already planning to go again. We camped at Ginnie Springs Outdoors in a Travel Trailer.