The biggest detractor of this park is that there are no reservations. Hence you have to play the "wait and see" game to see if you will get electrical hook up at the limited number of sites. The good news is that if you do not get a site, you can move the next day. Getting level is a challenge but that standard in this part of the country where they have mountains! There is no water at the sites but there is water available next to the dump station. Other than that the campground is beautiful. Nice big sites, spaced apart. Nice hiking trails nearby. Beautiful scenery. All the facilities are new/clean/neat. Would definitely stay again. Check the web site as they will be closing Nov. 1st 2011 for renovations until May 15th. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent campground, heavily wooded, very clean and well maintained. Has several central shower/restroom buildings that are very nice. Some sites are not very deep so may be a problem if you have a longer rig and only a few are close to level. There are NO water hookups at the sites (though outside faucets are available not too far away at each shower building (just remember to fill your fresh water tank before you come!). Several hiking trails are available. Cave tours were advertised but we didn't look into them. Overall, a beautiful campground, very quiet and peaceful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There is 1 pull through site. About 10 sites are long enough for a 40 footer, the rest of the sites are very short and unlevel. We were here for 10 nights and the electric sites were full every night with a lot of transients just for the night. A lot of the sites had tenter's on them as they wanted electric. It would be nice to see them add more electric sites and make them longer and level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This National Park Service campground has a very easy going feel. The roads are newly blacktopped. The sites with electricity are blacktopped, but all other sites are gravel. There are few, if any, level sites. For a public campground the restrooms and showers were very clean. I wish we could have spent more time camping at Cumberland Gap. We used Golden Age Passport. We camped here in a Motorhome.
National Park Service campground with some 40 sites having electric hookups. Very wooded sites, some leveling was required, some poison ivy, but beautiful. Our Rate with the Golden Passport Card, was 50% off the $17 rate. TV reception was good, from Knoxville. We camped here in a Motorhome.