2 Parks near Hurricane Mills, Tennessee
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Didn't like this place at all but had to stay somewhere. Sites are very close, the road noise was the worst I have ever experienced. This is a old KOA and it shows it. The dog run is a joke. I guess if you have to get off the road for the night its OK but I wouldn't want to stay here longer then that. Verizon worked OK. - NPmoto
Jul 2015 - $47.00
Nice park over all but the sites were kind of close. Our utility hookup was on the neighbor's spot. Pros: Wi-Fi and cable channels were provided. Staff was really friendly and welcoming. There is a nice little camping/snack store. Cons: The spots are really not level. Our utility pole was on the neighbor's pad and it felt kind of awkward going on his/her pad to attach connections. Kind of pricy for the quality of the setup; gravel roads, some places had flower pots some didn't, some had picnic tables some didn't. - RET Nav Travelers
May 2015 - $35.00
Just like the other reviewers, we stayed at this campground for one night while returning from Pigeon Forge to San Antonio. The sites are very unlevel and like the other reviewers said, we never were able to level as much as we would have liked to. But we managed for the night. Wifi was a joke but we were told that up front. There's a decent size dog pet run that our 'kids' appreciated. Ate dinner at the Log Cabin which was okay. - davis0056
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Nice park for a destination, but an excellent value for early in the week overnight stop.
Clean, good facilities. Don't know what it would be like during a crowded season. Facilities might be stressed.
Will always stop here when traveling on I-40.
Very easy drive a few miles from I-40 to the park. - PawPaw
Sep 2015 - $19.00
The grounds around the RV park are really nice, and the museum, house and other attractions fun to visit. I can't say much good about the park itself, though. I was in the 30 amp section, with no sewers. It is basically a huge grassy area with as many utility poles as they could squeeze in, without much thought to siting, traffic, leveling, etc. I luckily was there when the place was almost empty, and was able to get a level spot (as had two other folks) by driving in backwards to a site and using the utilities for the site next to me. I didn't see more than a handful of level sites, and the whole area was cut through with dried mud ruts and overgrown grass. The whole area smelled of horse manure, and there was a fly epidemic which kept me inside most of the time I was at the trailer. I suspect when the place is full, navigating through and parking could be serious issues, to say nothing of leveling. I walked through the 50 amp area, which was nicer in that there were actual pads and lots of trees, but the sites there were packed together, and again, not many of them were level. I enjoyed the afternoon I spent at the museum and other attractions, but would not return to camp at this place. There was no Verizon or AT&T, even with an amplifier. I was able to make calls on an Onstar phone. There is WiFi throughout the park, but it is of very poor quality. You will be able to get email, but not browse much. There is a nanny filter keeping people off many sites - including the Passport America site! - KAP99
Sep 2015 - $38.00
We stayed on Stagecoach Hill, the full-hookup area of this sprawling RV park. We a big rig, the hill going up there is pretty steep for a short section. They don't reserve sites so you go in and find your own, which to a newcomer, was a little confusing getting the layout. The roads are very narrow and we had to maneuver our rig back and forth to get in onto the site, but once there, it was very pretty with lots of trees around. Many of the sites are not real level as the park is up on a hill. Most have asphalt pull thru and after the Coal Miner's Daughter cabin, continuing up the hill, the sites are unpaved. We were there for the concert weekend and everything was filled to capacity. If you camp near the General Store, you will have non-stop Loretta Lynn music playing in front of you on the speakers. We really enjoyed our site and the private patio and table adjacent to it, but noticed almost NO cell service. We use Verizon for our phones and nobody could call our phones and get through. Texts even went out sporadically. We could get emails on their WiFi most of the time, which is how we communicated. We went into Waverly, TN ((7 miles) to check our messages once in a while. We could also get a phone call to get out by the Museum area of the ranch. Waveryly has a WalMart and is a charming town with everything you might need. - elduque