1 Park near Harriman, Tennessee
Oct 2015 - $49.00
I have lived here for two years. During that time, the facilities, including the laundry room, grounds and restrooms have been maintained well. I have not used the pool or any of the play ground areas. The management works very hard to assists it residents, be they short term or long term like me, to meet their goals. I readily recommend this facility as the nicest in the area and off the interstate far enough to allow for quiet living. The lake is beautiful and draws people most of the year. I should add that there are two loops on the lake and one that is farther away from the activity for those that want a quieter place. - Jan Thomas
Sep 2015 - $49.00
To echo the previous review on this facility, it was very nice. Office staff and camp hosts were so friendly and helpful. Wish I could have joined them for coffee and chatted - really good people. We will return. We were here late September so not a whole lot of activity. Pool was closed, which was not an issue for us. Our site was out on the end of B Loop so our RV backed up to the water which was great. They seem to have a lot of rules but not all are strictly enforced as was mentioned in a previous post. There was a Class A that was clearly more than 10 years old and was covered with mold/mildew on at least one side. Vast majority of RV's were in good shape although some may have exceeded the 10 year age requirement - no biggie. They also say no storage is allowed under RV's - many RV's had a lot of items stored under them. I'd say the majority of sites were seasonal, which is fine as they are well kept and the people are super friendly. All that being said, this is a very nice and scenic park that is well taken care of. We hope to return around the same time next year. - iceman308
Aug 2015 - $49.00
First all this is a beautifully maintained park. The bathrooms, pool and recreation area as well as the main office and grounds are all well maintained and new. The staff was very nice and they do ask a lot of questions about you and your rig to make sure it meets their min requirements such as age and condition. They also ask about you animals if any as well. With that said I think it is also worth pointing out that the spacing of the sites are VERY close to each other and there is little if any shade or foliage between the spots which makes you feel even closer.
There are a lot of campers here that seem to bring a lot of "stuff" with them. I walked the park several times during my visit and I believe that many of these people live here or keep their RV here full time. I noted many of the sites are over running with all the camping accessories they bring. One site has no less than 6 large Propane bottles while others have 2-3 motorcycles wedged into the tiny site. I also saw many sites using eazyup canopies, storing large items such as kayaks, multiple bicycles, and there are golf carts everywhere. Most of the golf carts are jacked up with big wheels and feature a full stereo system so they can listen to music as they ride around the various cart paths. Since the sites are so close to each other and the drive ways so short it is difficult for many of the campers to store their stuff on site so the cars are twisted in at various angles to fit on their site. The park offers ample off site storage for boat trailers, sea doo trailers and it is usually at least partially full.
The RV parking sites are also very narrow meaning that you rig will fit but often you walk in and out of the unit on to the ground because the concrete doesn't extend far enough for you to walk on to.
I don't want to sound too negative with the comments above because some of these things are just a function of a family style campground as opposed to a "Motorhome Resort". - edonsmith