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This campground is located approx. 13 miles east of Tellico Plains, Tn off the Cherohola Skyway. Sites are large and generally level. Water not located at every site with faucets located through out the grounds. Every site has electric, 30/50 amp. Most sites are shaded. TV reception is poor, no cable or WiFi. Fire rings at each site. There is a large lake nearby for tubing and swimming. Bathrooms were clean with plenty of hot water for showers. Campgrounds were very quiet and peaceful. Stayed here in a popup motorcycle camper...and would definitely return. Price was with Golden Age Pass.

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79 sites with w/e, 16 pull thru, most with some type of shade. Several situated overlooking the Obey River and below the Dale Hollow Dam. Located adjacent to a large trout fish hatchery(tours welcome) with trout fishing allowed in the runoff waters from the hatchery. We camped here in a popup motorcycle camper.

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Nice campground, paved interior roads, slab sites. One clean shower house and one pit toilet at other end of CG. Plenty of trees for shade, sites are well separated. Very close to an active railroad track however after about 9PM I never heard a train. This park is very easy to find being located immediately off the main road and accurately located with the GPS. Nicely located on the banks of the Mississippi River with benches to sit on while watching barge traffic. No mosquito activity at this time, however, mouse activity was an issue...one got into my car and another ate a hole in the tonneau cover of my camper....But in spite of the mice, we would definitely stay here again.

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Beautiful campgrounds on the Obey River just below the Dale Hollow Dam. Trout fish hatchery adjoins the campground. Kids would love this and is interesting to adults as well. Campers were catching limits of trout from streams leading from the hatchery. Sites were level and well spaced. Loved this campground.

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Relatively long drive (19 miles) from Salt Lick to the campground, very curvy, narrow road, but great on a motorcycle. Friendly, courteous staff; clean facilities; sites well separated; water view(not all) but ours was; all rest rooms do not contain showers, but each loop does contain a shower house as well as a rest room. Very quiet. Small store stocked with a few essentials. Our rate was $16 nightly with Golden Age Pass. Had no issues with ticks or mosquitoes, but was hot and humid, as should be expected for mid-July. Would definitely stay here again.

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Stayed here for a week and were reluctant to leave. Had a beautiful, level concrete site on banks of Cumberland River. Park has an extensive bike/walking trail located on an old railroad bed running along the banks of the river. Lots of walking and biking areas. Hosts were most congenial. Signage leading into the area off the main roads could be better. Good 50 and 30 amp power and water pressure. AT&T cell very good, no internet without air card. Plenty of local TV stations. Used Senior Citizens card for 50% discount. Will return.