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States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Two Rivers Landing RV Resort, Sevierville, Tennessee

Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $59.00
Overall Rating:

This is a very nice, clean, yet well designed small RV park. We only had interaction with the staff during our registration, but the lady working in the office was very nice and helpful. There is a decent size pet area at one end of the park where dog owners can take their dogs. While the park owners do a fantastic job of making this a clean park for guests, including providing a pet waste station - there is always one or two dog owners that think their dog's waste will vaporize the minute they walk away. News Flash - "It doesn't." We have only one negative comment. The picnic table at our site was in poor condition and needs replacement. This park is located on the banks of the river on the north side of Sevierville. It is very convenient to I-40. I would definitely stay here again. We camped at Two Rivers Landing RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
11
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

There are a gazillion things to do in Sevierville, and a hundred restaurants where guests can eat. Beware of all the construction and heavy traffic in the area. We have been in this area several times during the past couple of years and it isn't getting any better.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Tremont Outdoor Resort, Townsend, Tennessee

Date of Stay: May, 2015 - $42.00
Overall Rating:

Our site was next to the river and was large enough for our 43'motorhome. It was a little noisy when the motorcycles travel by on the main road. The lady who made our reservation and checked us in was very nice, but there was one male employee who gave himself the title "parking pass nazi." One afternoon we had friends drop us off near our site. They stayed long enough for us to get out of their car and say goodbye. The male employee immediately pulled up on his golf cart and took this opportunity to interfere with our goodbyes to flaunt the micro power his employer gave him to tell our friends they had to move their car because someone needed to park their RV in the space next to us. He was certainly right. Someone did come in - two days later. I know every RV park needs rules, but the operators should make every effort to insure their guests feel welcomed and not treated like they are either not wanted or a problem. I think it has been eight years since we last stayed at this park. This definitely left a poor impression for a return visit. The only other negative was the poor cellular coverage (Verizon) which was not the fault of the park. I would give them one more chance. We camped at Tremont Outdoor Resort in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
B17
Site Surface
Gravel

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tips for other Campers:

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the Cades Cove area.

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Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Twin Lakes COE, Clemson, South Carolina

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $24.00
Overall Rating:

This is a good COE park that could be great except for a couple items. Many of the sites have beautiful waterfront views and lake access. The park attendants are very nice and helpful. Two negative comments: (1) Some of the campers are weekend boat party people that block roads with their boat trailers and race in and out in their pickup trucks to a nearby boat ramp. "Watch out for the safety of your kids and pets." (2) The showers were almost always had worms on the floors and walls - this is a little creepy when you are trying to get yourself clean. One morning the shower was full of mud and there were ticks on the wall and shower curtain - most likely the result of an inconsiderate camper who brought a muddy dog into the shower. The following comment is not a reflection on the park, but it should be noted by all who plan to visit the area. The entire Anderson, SC area has had a problem with a high algae count in the water supply from Lake Hartwell most of the summer. You can smell and taste the algae and you can't boil it out. Bring your own bottled water for drinking purposes. We camped at Twin Lakes COE in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Spartanburg NE / Gaffney KOA, Gaffney, South Carolina

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
Overall Rating:

This park is OK for an overnight stop off I-85. You have to drive an extra mile or so from the interstate down an access road to the entrance. The park personnel were very nice and we were escorted to our site. The parking assistant was very good with directions and cautioned us about obstructions for our departure the next morning. The pull-through site was very narrow. Our tires just fit on the gravel. We had a semi-rotted picnic table and the thick wet and rotted grass clippings made keeping the inside of our RV clean a challenge. This park does have an abundance of grassed areas to walk dogs, and there is a nearby outlet mall and a Cracker Barrel. We did use the laundry room and it was very clean. We camped at Spartanburg NE / Gaffney KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Mountain Falls Luxury Motorcoach Resort (Class As Only), Lake Toxaway, North Carolina

Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $65.00
Overall Rating:

10s all the way around. It just doesn't get much better than this. The resort, the residents, and the staff all get 10s. There are many places to stay in your motorhome that are labeled resorts, but this one really is. This is a Class A Motorhome resort only. We have stayed here several times since 2007. Formerly an ORA resort, the facility is now owner controlled, and it is excellent. The owners have a vested interest and have made this place first class. We met not one owner who was snobbish or reeked of exclusivity. These people are great and so is their resort. Large privately owned sites that are well landscaped with neighbors who will go out of their way to make you feel welcome. They have opened a new mountain top section of lots called the "Ridge" with coach houses next to the motorhomes. A new clubhouse is also nearing completion. We were here over the July 4th holiday and the residents had a golf cart parade, and a dog show of sorts. Wish we could move in, but it is not our time. We will be coming back to visit for sure! We camped at Mountain Falls Luxury Motorcoach Resort (Class As Only) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

River Vista Mountain Village, Dillard, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $47.00
Overall Rating:

We have been to Dillard, GA numerous times, but never stayed at River Vista. We loved this campground. We usually do not like campgrounds or RV resorts that have permanent or semi-permanent residents due to the cliques and standoffish nature that tends to be prevalent. The residents here made us feel like we were family. The pull-through sites were spacious. The park was very clean with many areas to walk. The laundry facility was clean. There are good restaurants and many sites to see nearby. We camped at River Vista Mountain Village in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Big Meadow Family Campground, Townsend, Tennessee

Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $50.00
Overall Rating:

This is a real nice campground and we have stayed here several times. The owners are always making improvements to the park. In the last year some of the sites and the WiFi have been upgraded. I would have rated this campground a 10 if it weren't for the following. My only complaint is that they don't seem customer focused. In my opinion, they seem to care about their campground, but not their customers. We paid for a week when we were here last year. We had to leave the day after we checked in because our son had emergency surgery. The owners would not offer a refund, but gave us a 5-day rain-check good for a year. I not only would have been more eager to give them repeat business if they had shown some compassion for our circumstance, but I would have been singing their praises to every RV'er I know. Fortunately for us, we planned on returning within the next year allowing us to use the rain-check. We had a problem with a minor leak at the water hook-up during our last visit. We heard a noise outside the motorhome and then lost all of our water pressure inside while using the bath. After using our water pump to finish rinsing we went outside to check the wet bay. The problem - the owner drove by on his golf cart, noticed the mist spray - turned the water off, and then drove back to his office. At the very least, he could have knocked on our door and told us he was going to have to turn the water off, or he could have assisted in stopping the leak. It was a very small mist spray that had leaked through the regulator attachment. We camped at Big Meadow Family Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Camping World - Good Sam Campground of Oxford, Anniston, Alabama

Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $33.00
Overall Rating:

Used this campground as a one-night stopover. It was close to the Interstate and had a nearby Cracker Barrel and other amenities nearby. I had no choice but to arrive at night, which I always try to avoid. The park did not offer any type of lighting which made locating the gravel sites (and the roads) difficult. The office was closed, but a sign indicated I could just pick my site and pay in the morning. The manager came by while I was trying to navigate my way to a site and offered some direction. I had to use my tow vehicle to light the site where I was attempting to park. The gravel area of the site parking strip was extremely narrow. there was no shortage of mud since a thunderstorm had just passed through the area just before my arrival. I spoke with the managing husband and wife team in the morning and they were both very pleasant. The quality of the water at the campground seemed questionable due to the odor. There did not appear to be much in the way of typical KOA amenities at this park, but it certainly was good for an overnight stop near the interstate. We camped at Camping World - Good Sam Campground of Oxford in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

The Great Outdoors RV Resort, Franklin, North Carolina

Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $37.00
Overall Rating:

This resort has is located central to many points of interest in western NC and northern GA. It is easy to find driving north from Franklin, but easy to miss if driving southbound toward Franklin. New owners went into business when we arrived for the Memorial Day weekend. All of the employees and the "regulars" made us feel right at home. The office, pool area, and bathhouses were all spotless. The park has an unfinished feeling, but the sites were well laid out. We had no trouble parking in our large rig. Our site was clean and level, but the road noise behind and below our site left us feeling a little sleepless the first night. The new owners provided all of the guests with a great Memorial Day get-together at the pool with music and food. We will definitely return to this RV park whenever we plan to be in this area. We camped at The Great Outdoors RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, Lake Buena Vista, Florida

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $72.00
Overall Rating:

Great sites. Great transportation. Great amenities. The showers were first class. Staff was very helpful. This was our second visit here. No crowds this time. Only two negatives. (1) I still can't believe a place as high tech as Disney doesn't have decent free Wi-Fi. Since we have our own Mi-Fi it wasn't that big of an inconvenience. (2) Disney is not enforcing their policy of not allowing campers to tie their dogs outside. We had a neighbor of early risers with a little yapping dog they would tie out in the morning. The dog thought he was a rooster. They would put him inside during the daylight hours while they were away at the theme parks. They would return to their site late in the evening, tie their dog outside and their dog thought he was a coyote. We saw and heard other dogs doing the same buy only the one next to us was a persistent problem. We camp with two dogs that we do not tie out, and we do not allow to bark. We will be back again. Hope Disney corrects the problem. We camped at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Woodsmoke Camping Resort, Fort Myers, Florida

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $45.00
Overall Rating:

The ladies in the office and the maintenance man were very friendly. The park is mostly occupied by park models, permanent and semi-permanent residents. The first site we were assigned (318) was listed as a deluxe on the lake site. It was a very small site designed for a park model trailer that was next to a mosquito infested stagnant pond that had warning signs for alligators. Since almost all of the pull-through sites were empty, we asked to be relocated. The ladies in the office were very nice and told us we could move to any vacant site. The pull-throughs were the only obvious nice spots for a large class A in the park, and our rate was increased when we relocated. The park did have a pool which we did not use. The laundry room had very nice brand new washers and dryers, but it was hot. We would not stay here again. The nice ladies in the office and the pull through site are the only reasons I rated this park as high as a 5. A one night stop over in a pull through space, is the only recommendation I can make. We camped at Woodsmoke Camping Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Fort De Soto Campground, Tierra Verde, Florida

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $41.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed at a waterfront site in the pet section in a 40 foot motorhome. This park might be big rig accessible, but it is not big rig friendly. It took quite a bit of navigating to avoid damaging our RV with the low hanging branches and ultra tight turns. We saw motorhomes leave with branches stuck to the roof and 5th wheels running into bushes and trees to back in. We got in OK, but it took numerous turning events to get out. We stayed here 4 days. Where there was grass, it was pretty high until if was finally cut on our last day there. While it was scenic and peaceful, we really could not enjoy being outside unless we were moving due to the mosquito infestation. The staff arrived early each morning to clean the showers, and the county sheriff's office patrolled the park each day. The park office had posted warnings about the problem they are having with Argentine ants. We were careful with our outdoor area, and it doesn't appear that we have them on board. I would not return here in a large RV. We camped at Fort De Soto Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

The Great Outdoors RV Nature & Golf Resort, Titusville, Florida

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $44.00
Overall Rating:

This place is huge. We stayed here because of its proximity to the Kennedy Space Center. We were impressed on almost every level. The staff was friendly and informative, the resort was beautiful. There were only two negatives. There were limited places to walk a dog without the dog using other peoples sites - a practice we try to avoid. The dog park was so far from where we were located that our dogs never made it there. We drove over in our car once. The only other people there brought their dogs there on their golf carts. The other negative was the gazillion mosquitos per cubic foot. It was due to the constant rains which contributed to the population and prevented spraying. The RV homes in the resort were beautiful. We would consider retiring here. We camped at The Great Outdoors RV Nature & Golf Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Geronimo RV Resort, Destin, Florida

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $62.00
Overall Rating:

This was a nice, clean, little park, and the owner was friendly and professional. The park is convenient to many of the area's activities and beaches. It had a great area for us to walk our dogs. The park had a lot of rules which would have been nice if they were enforced. We had late night NASCAR parties going on with TV and loud voices on one side. The radio was not shut off for the three days we were there. On the other side, we had a mother who couldn't keep up with her two little girls so she yelled and screamed every time she wanted them. And talk about a barking dogs - my gosh. The park was full. Had we been able to relocate to a site on the other side of the park or if the owner had enforced his noise rules, we would have been able to give this park a 9 or 10. The dumpster was only big enough for a park half this size. Not sure the stay was worth $62 a night, but it was the only park we could get reservations at due to the 4th of July activities. We camped at Geronimo RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 38
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 1

Pontchartrain Landing, New Orleans, Louisiana

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $31.00
Overall Rating:

I don't know if there is a safe location close to New Orleans where you can park your RV. This place tries. It is gated, and the staff was very helpful informing us about places we could go and could not go safely. All of the employees were friendly and helpful. The park was well laid out and we used their laundry facility which was clean. Lots of dirt and crush and run. They did have a nice dog park and some grass areas where you could walk. Numerous campers appeared to be long term. Our site was priced as waterfront, but we were only looking at a service canal behind a marine storage facility. We camped at Pontchartrain Landing in a Motorhome.

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