We checked in later after dark & staff was extremely accommodating! It was a bitterly cold night & did not hook up to water but their restrooms were very warm & clean! - RV-NCcamping
I just stayed for 2 nights and the people were very nice. Even gave me a discount because I was not going to hook up to water. The WiFi was pretty good although they did put in a spot very close to the office. All in all I would stay here again if needed. I work telecom and we only have a couple of sites in this area so probably won't be back but if I do I will most likely stay here. - Gregtelecom
One night while traveling through. Good wifi, good cable, fairly level spots. Friendly owner. - Walt Bennett
The park itself has fairly nice sites, good shade, decently sized, but the bathrooms were only cleaned once during our 3 week stay and the wifi was a joke. When it wasn't completely unavailable, the page load errors were constant. The clubhouse was closed and being torn down, yet the paper with rules and amenities handed out at check in still listed it as a perk to enjoy with tables, puzzles and a book exchange. - noplace
Nice little park. Nice shade trees and level gravel sites. Well kept. Will stay again. - dfw
We stayed here over 4th of July weekend. We were looking for a quiet place for the weekend and this place fills the bill. At the time, it was a membership campground so you needed a Coast to Coast, AOR or other affiliated membership. The price was $9 per night plus $2 for 50 amp. The staff was friendly and provided a watermelon feed on the 4th of July. The campground is isolated from shopping grocery stores, etc., so bring everything you will need or a tow vehicle. The grounds were clean and the permanent guests were few. This is a quiet restful place. We would stay here again. - c1dancer
Nice KOA and exceptional staff. We stopped overnight and wished we had more time to stay. Would recommend anybody looking for a nice kept, well run campground check this one out. - Tomandgloria
Staff was pleasent enough, lead us to our sites. The trees along the road to the hilltop sites need to be trimmed. They brushed the sides of the coach until I moved over onto the grass, No WiFi or cable back there but needed the sewer after 3 days without dumping. Probably would not stay again. - goldsp8
This is the lowest rating I have ever given a KOA, but deserving. The sites were small, too close to each other and there were NO trees! The water had something in it that discolored it and clogged up my filter to the point I had to buy another one. The water pressure was almost 0 in the site and in the restrooms. In the two days we were here, the restrooms were never serviced. Same dirt, same trash, same empty toilet paper dispenser! There are only three showers, not enough for a park without sewer hook-ups. There were no sewer hook-ups in the sites, but there is a dump station. We were only a few hundred feet from the office, but the WiFi only worked if you went up to the immediate office area. There was no table at our site and only about half the sites had tables. We stayed here two nights and were not very happy with the accommodations of this park. - madewebs
10 easy miles off the highway. This park only has one pull through. We arrived on Monday and 80% of the park was empty. We were told to pick our site and report back. I walked back to the office to pay while my husband set up camp. I was informed that when looking on the computer, she found the site was already paid for. The persons had paid for that night but apparently left without informing the office. We picked up camp and moved to another sight. Site 109 is the best one there in our opinion. Secluded, easy back in and very shady. Once in our own site, we had a delightful time. We would stay here again while driving through TN on I-40. - Pat and Rex
We just stayed overnight and the campground was really nice. For one-nighters, it was a little far from I-40. Great for families. Sites were large and attractive. The roads and site pads were paved. The only drawback was that the roads were rather tight for a 38' RV towing a car. - carderh
Very nice large older state park with great amenities. There's a restaurant, tennis courts, trails, cabins, ponds, rustic architecture, etc., spread out over a large forested area. Campsites are shady and paved. A few have full hookups, and the rate we paid represents that. Very good Verizon coverage. Quiet (except when the grass mower showed up), classic, and pleasant. - silvertube
There's nothing to say about this place but praises & compliments. Beautiful, tranquill, extremely well kept & managed RV park. 200 acres & 25 acre lake makes this the place to set as your destination. We will be coming back here for a longer visit. - RV-NCcamping
We were staying for a week, so wanted something quiet and clean. We got all that and much more. This is one of the cleanest, most pleasant parks we have stayed at. This was the off season, so there were few others in the park, but it was evident from the beginning that this is a well-run, meticulously groomed park. The staff was very professional and friendly, and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. The utilities, electric pedestals, water lines, and sewer hookups were updated and fully functional. Water pressure was good, as was the voltage. I always seem to have problems with Wi-Fi in RV parks, but Deer Run didn?t skimp on access points. We stayed at two different areas in the park (one area was shutting down for the season) and the signal was excellent all the time.
The park is 3 ? miles off the main road, but the quiet was exquisitely worth the drive. Imagine a spot with absolutely no traffic noise and no railroad! We were parked with a nice view of the lake and the only noise was the occasional honking of geese and quacking of ducks. The roads were smooth, and the sites were all squeaky clean. There aren?t enough superlatives for this place. - Menno
Beautiful clean RV park. Super friendly and helpful staff. We used Passport America for one night and Good Sam for two nights. Will definitely use this RV park again. - Barry & Annie
Have been here for RV rallies. This time it was for a 1 night stop.
Reservations are needed as they only have a few pull thru sites. We needed 63' and that was no problem.
#15 would be great for DISH HD. They have free cable and wifi. The owners are wonderful people. They escort you to your site. Our neighbors MH had blown a hydraulic hose and could not work slide or levelers. They secured a local service company on a Saturday to repair it. This is the type of owners you wish to find everywhere. They started with one rally room and built a second. Rallies are big business for them and because of that, they don't have much in the way of activities for kids other than fishing. It is a very quiet RV park. - johnwadams
Great campground! We did have problems with Wi-Fi off and on for a week. My only complaint is there is not a close trash receptacle on the back side of the lake. The camp hosts are great folks and are very helpful. We stay here every time we are in the Crossville area. - SomedayCame
Huge, level sites. Very friendly owners. Beautiful park. Quiet location. WiFi stopped working while we were there - worked well the first day. All utilities were good. We would stay again. - padre44