Not Big Rig Friendly and a bit pricey. We have a 39 foot fifth wheel trailer with an F350 dually truck. We had asked for an easy access back-in site on the lake. There was no escort to our camp site and were given directions that could not be followed due to some construction trucks blocking the road. The roads at this campground have 6 inch curbs that prevent you from driving on the grass. Unfortunately the concrete pads for their sites are only 10 feet wide and the roads are not wide enough to make a decent backup turn into the camp site without going over the curbs. It only took us 30 minutes to back into our camp site with the help of several other campers. If we stay here again we will insist upon a pull through site, those still have the same 10 foot wide concrete pad, but they have no curbs to jump over.
The WIFI at this park had 4 different transmitters but only one would let us log in successfully and then it was slow and we had intermittent internet access. We had to resort to using our ATT hotspot which had good reception.
You don't have to worry about speeding traffic at this campground there are plenty of robust speed bumps to challenge both speeders and trailers.
This campground during mid-April was fairly quiet. It is located at a water park so the noise level during the summer would not be the same.
The scenery was very nice and the grounds are well maintained. There are fire rings at the camp sites but the campground rules require you to purchase your fire wood at the campground and not bring it in. - Castle on Wheels
Great place to stay, Clean unbelievable bath rooms, water park and the huge J. Percy Priest Lake. Sites a little tight but enjoyable. - sharoden
The water at this park was brown, not drinkable. We showed the office a cup of the water and were told that their pipes are old galvanized pipes that caused the water to be brown. We never heard from a manager in response to our inquiry. We bought bottled water to use. We stayed 2 nights. Would not return to this park due to the cost and undrinkable water. - Joe Bounder