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We stayed at this campground for an overnight stop on our way home. The campground is located in a forest, with paved roads and gravel sites. Sites are large, well separated, shaded, and private. RV/trailer sites have electric hook-up only. Water is available at a number of locations in the campground. OTA TV is limited, Verizon signal is good, and there is no WiFi. Restrooms and showers are clean and well maintained. There is no traffic noise. A dump station is located near the campground entrance. We would stay here again.

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We stayed at this campground for a few days while visiting the area. For our tours of Longwood Gardens and Hagley Museum, the campground was very conveniently located. The staff were very pleasant and helpful, providing good directions and maps. The location was quiet and pleasant. The campground had a nice swimming pool, miniature golf, and rental canoes. Located on a very narrow, hilly, curvy byway, notice that an approach from the south is recommended. Even so, care must be taken on the narrow, sharp curves, especially around the Embreeville mill. Campground roads are basically gravel, and sites are dirt and gravel. Our back-in site (#66) was well shaded and long, but was far from level. A small "patio" was carved out of the side of a hill, but was just a mud hole in the rain. To get to the patio to enter the trailer, we had to walk carefully along the muddy dirt hillside. Sites were full hookups with cable, WiFi was spotty, Verizon signal good. Restrooms and showers were extremely clean. The price was by far the highest we have ever paid; we have stayed at much better campgrounds at much lower prices. Unfortunately, there is no competition in the area. We will never stay at this campground again.

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We stopped for an overnight stay at Endless Caverns on our way north. The campground is located a few miles off Interstate 81, so there is no traffic noise. Located on the mountain slope, the campsites are arranged on terraces with large rock retaining walls. Roads and sites are gravel. An escort is provided to the site. The sites are very long, level and reasonably wide, so there is plenty of space for slideouts and awnings. Sites are FHU, no cable, WiFi OK, only OTA TV was ABC. Fresh mountain air was very pleasant. There is a nice swimming pool for kids, horseshoe pits, and a volleyball court. Tours of the caverns are offered during the day. There were reports that a bear was raiding the dumpsters in the evening, but we did not see or hear him. Price reflects PA discount. This is a convenient campground for overnight stops, or for longer stays when touring the area. We would visit this campground again.

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Stayed at Creekside while attending Wilderness Wildlife Week. Very quiet location, paved roads, gravel sites each with a concrete patio. Restrooms and showers very clean. Local trolley runs through campground providing transportation to locations in Pigeon Forge. Extremely convenient to LeConte Center and other Pigeon Forge locations. WiFi was very slow in the evenings. Price reflect PA for 3 days, regular rate for 1 day. We would definitely return to Creekside.

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Stayed at Camp Burson for a few days. Very quiet and peaceful, with few campers. Campground has paved roads, large sites, restrooms and showers extremely clean. Some sites are FHU, good WiFi, good Verizon cell service, no cable and limited TV OTA. Sunday brunch at restaurant in the park was excellent! The Camp Burson campground is the best choice for big rigs & travel trailers, as the campground within the park is too small and congested for bigger rigs. We will definitely return to Hungry Mother S.P. again.

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Camping at Roan Mountain State Park is vastly improved with the inception of the new reservation system. The disagreements between campers and long waiting lines are over, yielding a much more pleasant camping experience. Campground hosts and rangers are now very friendly and inviting. All the roads and sites in the campground have been recently repaved. Some leveling may still be required on the hillside sites. Restrooms and showers are very clean. RV sites in the lower loop on the east side of the Doe River (sites 1-40) are classified as "premium" sites at a higher price with no discounts. The hillside sites on the west side of the Doe River (sites 41-90) are lower priced, and senior discounts are available. Be aware that larger RVs and trailers may not be able to navigate the steep hills and sharp curves. Check with the campground host before attempting. Sites vary in length and width; be sure to verify that your rig will fit on the site chosen when making a reservation. The price shown is for a hillside site with senior discount. The park swimming pool is open seasonally, and a recreation room with billiard tables and pinball machines is located at the park conference center. There is no cable or over-the-air TV, and cell phone reception and WiFi are only available at the campground office and the conference center. The clean mountain air and beautiful natural surroundings more than compensate for the absence of those modern electronic annoyances. Be sure to visit the Miller homestead and be reminded of the self-sufficient lifestyle that existed a century ago. We will definitely return to Roan Mountain State Park.

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Beautiful NFS campground. Roads are paved, sites are gravel, level, huge, and well-spaced for privacy. Campground is shady and cool, nice for family camping. Restrooms/showers could be cleaner. Rate reflects senior discount. We would stay here again.

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Stopped here overnight while headed east on I-30. Campground is a bit far off the interstate for an overnighter, but we were finding no suitable campgrounds along that stretch of I-30. Had level pull-through site, with full hookups, cable, and Wi-Fi. All worked well. Sites close together, but OK for overnighter. Staff very friendly, provided escort to site then checked back later to ensure all was OK. Restrooms/showers clean. We would stay here again.

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Stayed here while visiting relatives in Dallas. Nice, well-maintained campground in a city park located on the shore of Lewisville Lake. Paved roads and level gravel sites. Restrooms/showers are clean. No cable TV or Wi-Fi. Gated access for security. Shopping/restaurants located about a mile away. Quiet, very pleasant park with lots of shade. We would stay here again.

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Stopped here overnight. Large well-maintained park, paved roads and sites, no shade, very windy. Each well-spaced site has a level concrete pad. Restrooms/showers are very clean. Park has pool, sauna, and game room. Located about 10 miles west of Amarillo on I-40. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well. Good overnight spot. We would stop here again.

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Stayed here for a week while visiting Santa Fe area. Nice high desert park with beautiful views. Gravel roads and sites. Very big rig friendly. Some pull-throughs have concrete patios for a small extra charge. Immaculate restrooms/showers, friendly and helpful staff. No cable TV. Wi-Fi is frustrating. On the whole we enjoyed our stay, and would return again.

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Stopped here for an overnighter while traveling on I-30. Office closed, so called posted phone number. Owner answered, said to pull around office to site #25. Pulled into site and phone rang immediately. The owner again, shouting “You are not in the site I told you! But that’s OK. Just be sure to put your money in the slot in the office door!” Weird! No security in this park, except for the watchful eye of the owner, wherever he is. We rolled right on out of that place and will not return.

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Very large resort-style park, with paved roads and sites. Staff was friendly and helpful, and provided escort to our site. The pool and spa looked inviting. The restrooms/showers were immaculate. A continental breakfast was offered in the morning. The grounds were extremely well maintained. Although close to the interstate, the road noise was not objectionable. Wi-Fi service was weak. We would stay here again.

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Stopped here for an overnighter on our way west on I-40. The campground is located in a large city park about a mile off the interstate. Roads and sites in the campground are gravel. Sites are level. The city park offers a public pool and mini-golf. Sites are first-come first-serve, payment by cash in a lock box. Security is provided by periodic city police patrols. This was a very pleasant overnight stop. We would stop here again.

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Stopped here for an overnighter on our way west on I-40. The park is an inconvenient few miles off the interstate. This is an older park, inhabited mostly by longer term residents. Roads are gravel, while our pull-through site was simply two narrow strips of concrete. There is a very nice covered, screened swimming pool. The two unisex restroom/showers were in need of cleaning. Otherwise, the park was well maintained. The rate shown is with a Passport America discount. A sign at the office indicated the park is for sale. We would not stay here again.