Usual KOA, a bit over priced for what you get , but I guess the KOA folks need their cut for advertising and other franchise costs,. Average park, gravel roads and grass/gravel campsites. WiFi was very slow so used my Verizon. Owners were very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner's son was friendly and helpful in getting us a site for our needs, as well as filling our propane tank, even without a yellow KOA shirt. The campground is not luxurious, but certainly adequate, with close sites and narrow roads, but we had no problems with either with our 40 ft Class A plus toad. WI-FI wasn't the best, but okay. Some road noise from I-40, but no big issue. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pretty nice campground and nice staff. No dog park, but lots of room to walk the four-legged kids. Level pull-through space, quiet, pretty peaceful and relaxing. It appears to have some permanent residents, but park was still quiet and lived up to KOA standards. The road back to the park from the highway was a bit narrow, but not a white-knuckle exercise. We'd stay there again if we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA. Run down, worn out. Needs gravel throughout. Desk clerk looked like a slob wearing a tee shirt not the typical KOA yellow golf shirts. A mechanical issue forced me to stay here otherwise I would avoid. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fun – swimming and fishing - electrical issues but could have been due to the heat and usage. Neighbor had volt meter – was nearly getting into low voltage red zone. Camp worker was kind to take off shoes before coming into camper to check power even though not required by us. Pool water very cloudy – still had fun. We had good tree shade to avoid intense sun on sun. Store not stocked well but Food City very close. Cost for ice too expensive in park store. Not a destination if looking for special activities with children throughout day but do have the pool and nice playground. We will return if in area again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice quiet park with friendly staff. Some noise from I-40 but not an issue with us. We were a bit confused about rates; receipt had extra charges for electric/sewer and internet (which we could not access). We stayed for one night; will return but will make sure we understand the pricing and not be charged extra for what seemed to be included when we reserved on the internet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The road into the campground is a little interesting, but not really a problem. Just be careful crossing the narrow bridge. Some sights are a little short & not very level, others are plenty long & level. Some site have low hanging branches that could be a problem for very high units. Plenty of cable TV channels (including HD stations). Internet strength is good & the speed is also good. Just a slight bit of noise from I-40, but nothing too loud. I would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a way over price campground. It was $40 with our KOA Card. Many of their sites were closed for the winter. We had a pull through site and we were able to level. However a pet peeve of ours is campgrounds that do not trim their trees properly. We hooked up to depart and discovered that there was no way we could leave the site without hitting pine cone filled branches. We had to get on top of the RV and trim the branches before we could depart. WiFi was good. The office staff was very friendly. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed 1 night and it was a lovely site. It was a level pull through gravel site, wooded, but the trees were not oppressive. We had a nice view of the lake. The staff was nice and friendly and the Wi-Fi worked fine. There is a little bridge over a freshet with no sides or railing that might worry some, but it was no problem in our 33' 5th wheel and 3500 dually. We did not use the laundry, bath house etc. It had a fully stocked camp store, and we would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate includes KOA member discount and taxes. Wi-Fi speed .30 up, .60 down (speedtest.net), open (no code required). Very clean, organized bathroom and showers including bathmat and two hooks and spotless sinks. Very helpful front desk staff. Camp sites nicely spaced (not stacked together). Used two inches to level. Utilities well positioned, high & dry and leak free. Picnic table well position, level and freshly painted. Store and laundry in same building open until 8 pm. Gravel roads in good condition. Mature trees. BUT significant road noise from Interstate. In a tent camper it disturbed sleep. Would not return because of noise, but anything owners can improve, they do. Rated -2 points because of noise. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Park is all gravel including the long entrance road which goes over a very narrow bridge. (Has no guard rails which will intimidate novice drivers with large rigs). Has no brochure listing the amenities, local TV stations, pet area, garbage requirements, etc. Registration requires an additional 20% if using credit card. Pens and other little things that are free at other KOAs, are not here. This park however, is nice and "woodsy." If in the area, I would use this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My daily cost reflect monthly rate. They also have a winter rate lower than the "high season" rate. Great location for Appalachian Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Asheville, NC and Gatlinburg, TN. Owner and staff, every one of them, very friendly. Well maintained facilities. Older campground means mature trees are beautiful. Interior roads good, turns good. Better than most layout. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, large, private bathrooms. Gorgeous site. The people here are very nice and it was one of my favorites from a NV to NC and back camping trip. We camped here in a Tent.
[ 7 / 10 ]
The folks here are great. We arrived late and our site would have been difficult to enter; however, a KOA employee was walking by with his dog (well after hours) and had us move to a more accessible site. The site was somewhat level, but a more significant issue was the over-hanging trees. We have a couple of new racing stripes. Also a large dog left a gift in front of our coach and no one picked it up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice pool, BUT this park is very overpriced in my opinion. Has very tight roads. No satellite service due to trees but for another $3 you can have cable TV, and for more money you can have 50 amp service and so on. I thought the person that posted a price of $48 had to be wrong, but it is possible if you have several children. Don't try to get in, or to this park after dark or after the office closes. Also, the road doubles back and you can see and hear I-40. The narrow road in crosses a bridge that looks like it is no wider than your motor home. You have to "bear right" at 2 very small signs nailed on trees. Miss one and you may wind up down a dead end street. They did have a 60' site since we did not intend to unhook the toad for one night. They guided me to my site with a golf cart. Mandatory in my opinion. This is a very old KOA. The night before we stayed at a former KOA with new owners that was $24 and much more suitable for a 1 or 2 night stop. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice campground. The hosts were very nice and courteous especially when we arrived late that evening. They showed us to our spot and since the site they put us in the hook-ups were in the wrong side of the fifth wheel. They were nice enough to offer to get us longer sewer and water hoses if we needed, but we were leaving early in the morning, so it didn't matter. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was raining quite hard when we arrived and the water was a bit over the bridge, but the road was good and we arrived safely. We were given one pull-through site and got everything set-up. All utilities worked well - great cable and excellent wifi connection! The next morning we realized that space #19 was a bit snug for our 35 ft. camper with three slides. We spoke to the office folks and they gave us another site - easy to move through the park and get set-up again. This is an older park but it is well kept and the pool is beautiful! No fish in the pond, but it is nice to look at. The staff was very nice and they had a replacement tail-light bulb for the one we needed when we were leaving! We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overall the CG is good for an overnight, sites mostly level, full of shade trees. Hosts were very kind and helpful. The swimming pool was one of the best we have seen for awhile. It was well taken care of and clean. Downside - gravel road leading up to office - pretty good grade so we sat at bottom of hill until another camper moved as could not tell if enough room for two units at top of hill. We did not want to get stuck in the gravel (we experienced this in the past). There is a reasonable amount of noise from I-40 but with A/C on, it was not as noticeable. Big note to tall rigs - on entry road before getting to CG, cable & telephone wires very low. Winnepeg Vectra in front of us entering got the wires entangled on the roof of unit. Blocked road until they got on top via ladder to undo the wire. We would stay here again We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First of all, don't let the bridge scare you. This campground has very friendly staff and a attentive owner. The bridge looks narrow entering the campground, the road is behind a neighborhood and off the beaten path but close to the interstate. However, once entering the campground you will see the pride taken to care for this place. It was mowed, landscaped, and gravel was well graded. The playground was dated. The pool was clean. The bathrooms were some of the nicest we've seen. They were dated, but very well cared for and decorated with a like home feel. The showers were hot and had Delta faucets. There is a small store with 50 cent coffee (with a donation slot). Our site was pull through, fairly level. The staff closed the pool, but once they saw our kids in swim trunks, they reopened it for another hour. We had a bit of trouble with our holding tank, and they were eager to share their knowledge and assist by letting us use tools. They have been campers for years, and understand the lifestyle. We highly recommend this campground if you are looking for a friendly overnight stay. We will stay there again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were here for five nights and found the staff very helpful and friendly. The sites that we had and that our friends had could have been leveled out a bit better, but over all they were good. We were not able to have a mat out in front of our fifth wheel and this caused some problems with tracking in the dirt and mud after some rain storms came through. Also they advertise fishing, however there were no fish in the pond and the smell was very unpleasant. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
staff was friendly and helpful. restrooms were clean as were the showers. sites were very nice, owners making improvements to make park better, but was very nice now. some highway noise, campground was quiet, very convenient to on off ramps on I40. pet friendly park. stayed a week in a 5th wheel. would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice Campground, very close to highway but no noise. Well run, very friendly and helpful employees. Sites were level although area around some of the sites were not. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a good overnight stop. It is close to I-40 with easy off and on access. The staff were friendly and accommodating. The lake was empty, but that was probably due to a drought in the State. The Cable TV was $3/night extra and worked good. The wifi was free and we received the signal from inside our RV. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Facilities were nice and clean, WIFI worked great for a while, then dropped us. Sites were roomy, although some were at a great incline, but we were still able to level without having to use blocks. Will return when we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As noted by others, the entrance to the park is somewhat difficult, along a winding road through a residential neighborhood and across a very narrow bridge. In addition, the noise from the nearby interstate is significant. But it is also close to I-40 and a good stop for an overnight. They offer free WI-FI, which is a bonus, and the campground is clean. The staff are very pleasant. The sites are long enough for a 40-foot motorhome plus towed vehicle, and they are of average width (not cramped). There is an extra charge for cable television, and we were able to get a satellite signal from a remote dish. Newport, TN, has grocery stores, liquor stores and a Super Walmart for supplies. This is not a good destination campground but is adequate for overnight. However, we stayed for four nights, and the traffic noise became annoying. It is about a 30-40 minutes drive to the Smokies for hiking -- beautiful views along the way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a real thrill getting to this campground--winding roads, tight turns, a very narrow bridge, and a powerline hanging low right over the entry road (I ripped off my CB antenna on this line). The sites are very unlevel, I had to extend my front and side jacks all the way out on the motorhome, then put them back up and put wood, etc., under them. At $33 per night, including a ridiculous charge of $2.50 per night for cable TV, this place is a rip off. On the good side, people in the office were very friendly, they led you to your site, and good strength wi-fi is available for free. But I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicest KOA campground we have stayed in. Well layed out pull-thru shaded sites. Owners were very pleasant. Great play area for the kids and a nice pool and pavilion. Grounds well kept. An intimate setting for quiet relaxation. Will be our only choice when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Owners super friendly. We were only here overnight in a Kamp Kabin, and didn't really use much of the facilities, it was a very pretty little park. The restrooms and showers were very clean, well stocked. The store was small, but had the corkscrew we were looking for. If we were going to stay in the area for a few days we would definitely come back to this campground. We camped here in a .
Nice campground for overnight stays. Close to I-40 with good access. Sites are gravel,
shaded, and nice. Campground is quiet. Baths and showers are very clean. I will use this campground again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 6 / 10 ]
Campground staff was very friendly and helpful. My site had several small tree branches that
might have interfered with opening the front awning and the staff immediately noticed this and cut the branches. The only problem with this campground was its proximity to I-40. There was quite a bit of constant traffic noise even though our site was in the middle of the facility. We couldn't sit outside due to this. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice campground with easy access to I-40. Clean pool, fishing lake, shady spots. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice park, nice staff. nice sites. Near Interstate We camped here in a camper.
This place is going in the wrong direction. The bad include a picnic table that needed tossed, rules and rules and rules and rules for the use of the pool (and every thing else too). The posted price for this place is $40 (plus tax) a night. The sites have a desperate need of attention. The lack of gravel and updates on the electric box are very near future issues. Be careful of the electric. There is only 30 amp here in this campground. The good include location to the interstate, the pool (nice but watch out for the RULES), and the pond. The pond was neat. It was catch and release and was super! There were two other smaller ponds and all of them had a great spray in the middle of them. The neutral include level sites for the most part and the water. This park does have wifi, horseshoe pits, a playground, put put, and a pavilion. The pavilion is nice too. There is a storage lot right next door to this place. It does make for some traffic in the park. The bathhouses here need attention. They are dated and are in need of updating. They were looked at while we were here but not cleaned. I noticed the trash was never emptied the entire time we were here. The showers were not cleaned. The management here lacks. They have these rules and they are very picky about them. The price I paid was $29 a night. It was not worth the money I paid. I am uncertain if I will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has lots to offer for a good price. The pool was clean and in good repair. The bathhouses were somewhat clean and where in need of updating. They were functional but old. The sites overall were fairly level, but, almost none were marked with gravel or pads. The site (116) we had was very unlevel. There were no picnic tables or BBQ grills in the campground. I do not think they had Wi-Fi in the park. The tent area was nice. The put-put area was functional but old. There was an abundance of ducks here at this campground. There was a nice creek in the rear of the campground. The staffs here were super nice and helpful. The campers here were very friendly. There was a lot of what others call seasonal campsites here. They looked mostly in good repair and they tended to keep to themselves. The interior roads were in need of gravel. The pull throughs were nice and level but they were right out in the open. They would have been great for an overnight stay. The playground, horseshoe pits, and the basketball areas were in good shape. The camp store was stocked with a bit of this and that. The grounds were mowed and trimmed. The location was just off the interstate but the noise was not too bad. I will give this place a strong 7 . We camped here in a Motorhome.