Date of Stay: November, 2011
The staff is super. We had a great site and everything worked like it should. Sites are large and the driveways are all large and easy to maneuver your big rig.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
This park is less than you would expect even in Death Valley. The water smells bad and pressure is non-existent. The electric power is weak causing lights to go dim in my RV. There is no Wi-Fi as advertised. BUT, their reservation policy is the worst. We reserved 5 days but elected to leave after the first night due to the poor condition of the place. They had per-charged our CC and say they would not allow us to cancel no matter what the reason. They charged my CC and my bank is backing them because I signed the receipt when they scanned my card. Simply put, avoid this place as they are not honest.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
A new park that is in Wears Valley and away from all the traffic. Ten minutes from the National Park via Lions Springs entrance. Half of the sites are in the open and half are in the woods. There is a lake for fishing too. The owners live on property and are always doing some impromptu event like Friday night movies or a bonfire. My favorite park in the Smokies. Motorcycle friendly too.