54 RV Parks near Kodak, Tennessee
Oct 2016 - $33.00
About 25 miles north of Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Great place to stay to avoid crowds, traffic and higher prices of RV parks closer to the action. A large field with many sites. A nice section of pull-thrus with FHU 50 amp and level. Wide open with no shade, but great for satellite reception. No wi-fi. Quiet and pretty scenery. - krb
Sep 2016 - $33.00
We stayed one night here while traveling through. It's very close to I-40. The hosts live on site and when we arrived and called, a man on a ATV guided us to our site. As others have mentioned, it's basically a big pasture with hookups every few yards, but we had plenty of space as there were many unoccupied sites (the bluegrass festival was the next week). Connections to 50 amp electricity, water and sewer were all good. The hosts were friendly. Not a lot of amenities, no picnic tables, grills or anything, but everything you need really for a night's stay. The area was very pretty, rural farms. You could hear the interstate, but it was not too loud. Cost was $33 for 50 amp, $27.50 for 30-amp. - Maggie420
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Good overnight stop just off I-40. Owner is very nice. There is almost no shade so if you use a satellite dish it should be no problem. All sites are grass and require some leveling. Had a problem with the circuit breaker tripping but the owner was quick to replace it. 50 amp sites are limited. Most sites are 30 amp only. The campground is set up mainly for their annual bluegrass festival which is held the middle of September. - MarkandMarty
May 2017 - $60.00
In all my RV travels I rarely run across a non-ownership RV park that is as nice as this little (only 55 sites) relatively new gem! The park is immaculate with wide spacious sites, very attractive well maintained landscaping and a low shrub hedge separating sites. The roads are paved and sites have level concrete pads. Length of site fit my 45 ft MH and tow. Half the sites are pull-ins on a river with grass and trees. The view is excellent. The other half are back-ins across the single street with grass and trees in back of sites. Each site has a new aluminum picnic table. Park is about 4 miles off I-40 but about 8 miles from Pigeon Forge. WiFi was excellent and could stream Netflicks. No trouble getting satellite. - Tom Willing
May 2017 - $52.00
This is a first-class RV park with all the amenities you could want or need. It is small with only one road and about 50 sites. You park on concrete and every site has a large concrete patio. I like that they have a neat hedge row on both sides of each site. It makes your site seem much more private Park Wifi was excellent as was the cable TV. The office/meeting area building was beautiful with comfortable new furniture, a small but modern workout facility and a back porch with rocking chairs overlooking the river. They also have a nice new swimming pool that also overlooks the river. There is lots to do and see in the immediate area and Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are a short drive away. Highly recommend! - JonnieK
May 2017 - $65.00
First off, I've stayed here in the winter when the park was nearly empty. Camphost was great. I travel alone & appreciated a safe/clean place. I was a late arrival (8:30pm), plenty of sites open. I backed into the exact one from before. No hello from camp host. He only said it was reserved. I was tired from fighting the wind all day. I asked if I could just pull forward. The answer was "No, those sites are reserved for Class A". I told him it sounded like discrimination. He said I could park way in the back. Due to my RA/Lupus I said I needed to be closer to bathhouse. That was a no go, even with over 14 sites open. I felt like because I was a single woman & Airstream (instead of a class A) I wasn't wanted there. I didn't find him very friendly and the customer service was poor on this night. The guy was following rules or he was giving me a hard time. I left the park. In the morning I went by to see if the site was filled. It was empty! I've never had this experience. I'd say to other women or travel trailers, go to Riverside instead. It makes me sad to write this, but this is what I do for a living. Honest and I hope it helps others. - AirstreamKitten
May 2017 - $32.00
A warm friendly welcome as soon as I drive in. Easy to work with also. I asked for a pull-thru because I was tired and he said, no problem. The grounds were very well kept up and the staff friendly both days. I mentioned to them that Two Rivers weren't too friendly and they had heard it before. But, neither of the staffers made any negative comments. Top notch people. I was impressed. They have new shower houses and the river is right there. I'd recommend to solo travelers or anyone who appreciates a good campground. - AirstreamKitten
Apr 2017 - $40.00
Spent one night. Convenient to friends home. Easy in and out. Just of the I-40. - Kathryn Challenger
Apr 2017 - $38.00
Big park with new bathrooms and showers. Staff is very friendly. Lots if grass and trees. This was handy for a quick overnight stay. Great internet! - PF Churchill
Nov 2016 - $33.00
Sparkling clean laundry and bath house! Very friendly hosts, wonderful and a pleasure to talk with. Sites are a little narrow but easy to access. Grounds well kept. - travelcade
Oct 2016 - $37.00
The park was clean with well-groomed gravel roads. The sites are typically spaced for parks having sewer service in a popular area. By this I mean there is a narrow strip of grass between sites. The back-in sites along the river have a great view and most have a very nice concrete pad next to the drive. This park also has cable TV although the picture quality was not too good. - BurrKo
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Very nice campground. Sits by the little Pigeon Forge river that flows into the big Douglas Lake, TN. You can hear the rippling water for real. Nice large sites with green grass and gravel pads. Some sites have concrete patio and others do not. There are some full timers but they are in one section against the hill. This campground is away from the hustle and mess of the Pigeon Forge but still on the main road to get there. I would return to camp here anytime I am looking for that out of the hustle of the main tourist stops of Pigeon Forge and Gatlingburg, Tenn.
we really enjoyed our stay twice this summer. - byrdr1
May 2017 - $20.00
CG stretched out along broad tailwater strong outflow of Douglas high dam from power house. Beautiful views. Paved cg road. CG sites packed gravel of some good size but most are variably unlevel many needing lots of leveling. Sites of variable shape and orientations. Some stream side, and others on hill side. Bath house is new, modern and very clean with hot shower. Host were nice. TVA has a rule that motorhomes and trailers most face away from stream side, apparently in case of heavy water release flooding vehicles could more quickly get out of cg. There are some tent sites. Small playground. Entry road leads up to dam with walkways. Nice views. - 210jem
May 2017 - $25.00
Very large sites with water & electric. Some with sewer. All with fire pits. Large grassy areas between sites. Many by the water and all have view of lake. Good amount of trees for some shade. Some more shadier, others more open. Most sites level. Some on hill, other down hill by lake. Tent allowed on RV sites. No wifi, but good Verizon 4g data at 2 to 4 bars depending on area of park. Very friendly and helpful camphosts. Very organized and maintained park. Roads paved and large. Quiet at night. Rates 13 tent, 18 RV non-electric, 25 RV water/electric, 27 RV water/electric on the water. 21 day stay. Reservations or call/drive in to see what's available. Weekends busy. Beautiful lake with smoky mtns in the background. Lots of fishing, bird watching, kayaking, boats. A few trails up on hill above campground. Stores very nearby. Roads curvy outside campground. - mynyel
Oct 2016 - $18.00
This campground is located just northeast of Sevierville, approx. 3-5 miles from I-40. Signs were posted and easy to follow. Campground has 3 hosts that rotate days on. Check in was simple (had reservations). Had 19 reserved, but when we arrived noticed that 2 sites butted up to each other. They gladly moved us to a pullthru. Sites were gravel and concrete pad. However, depending how your site is laid out and how you pull into your site the concrete pad ended up under our camper. That was not a problem, just helped when putting the jacks down. The leaves were falling during our stay and the hosts blowed the leaves from the roadway and the campsites daily. Campground was spotless and nicely mowed. There are 3 bathrooms/showers in the campground. One bathhouse is individual so you can lock the door, it is an all in one type (toilet, shower and sink). Showers were hot. Only negative was they are the push button type, but not a big deal to me. The hosts said they had to go to this type due to people leaving the showers running. Beautiful view of the lake at most of the sites. There are two loops. One section has a lower section where the sites are right on the lake. These sites are sloped then level off. Check the website and it describes each site. It is a 10-20 minute drive into Sevierville/Pigeon Forge depending on traffic. The road in from the campground is a little curvy but nothing major. We will diffently will return to this campground. - Gary Stanton
Oct 2016 - $20.00
We camped here for a group camping trip with other members of our camping club. Upon arrival, we had a hard time deciding which direction to head since there was no signage indication which way to go to our reserved site. We had reserved a pull-thru site and it was of good size, but we were way out of level side to side. We pulled back around and were able to set up, but it did require us to use 1 1/2" of wood to get somewhat close to level. The hosts (4 different campers onsite) were quick to arrive and get us checked in and given our paperwork. There were two bath houses close to our site, one up the incline and one down in the day-use area. We had a huge tree over our site, which was wonderful. Our site was very large with a small concrete pad, but it was nowhere close to level. It offers water/electric. If the sites in front of us were not full, we would have had a great view of the lake. The hosts were out and about from early morning until late in the evening, although they did go "off duty" at 7 pm. We saw them out on their golf carts until almost 11 pm, so they may have gone off-duty, but were still working some. The campground was completely full, but was quiet after quiet hours. The bathrooms were cleaned daily, but during the times when the day use areas are in full use, they have the potential to become really dirty. This was not the case this weekend. There needs to be more signage and the dump station is located on the wrong side of the road when you are leaving??? You have to pass it up, then turn back into the dump to get the workings on the right side. We really liked the campground and will definitely return soon. - MerryKalia
Apr 2017 - $20.00
The park we stayed in is called Douglas Tailwater Campground. This is a beautiful park right along the French Broad River and below the Douglas Dam. Reserve ahead and get a site on the river if you can. RVs and tents were interspersed in this park. Water and electric was available at most sites. We loved the incredibly friendly and helpful staff. This had been operated by the TVA until about 3 years ago when Recreation Resource Management, Inc. took over its operation. They do an excellent job. Two bathhouses on the property contain two toilet stalls and one shower stall each. They are serviced daily and kept very clean. There were no full hookup sites but there is a dump station on the grounds. The sites are spacious with gravel pads surrounded by grass and containing a picnic table and fire ring. We loved our site #25 but there are many along the river just as nice. NOTE: No alcohol is allowed on TVA properties. - Gawa
Mar 2012 - $28.00
The rate shown is a weekly rate with Good Sam discount. Not many amenities for the price! The bathrooms were clean but showers were small with nothing but a small bench for your 'stuff.' We stayed in the low numbered sites and it was a long, long walk to the showers/laundry/store. If you were located at the middle or end of the RV park you would have a very, very long walk to shower/wash clothes. Sites would be shaded in the summer at the end of the day if you are parked on the river. The rest of the park has small trees that wouldn't provide much shade. Sites are gravel but the grass between sites tends to hold water & provides a soggy area to walk in. There is a comfortable distance between sites. Although there are 50 back-in sites along the Pigeon River, there were only 10 or 12 that had heat tape for their water faucets. The rest of the river sites had the water turned off to prevent freezing. This required the office staff to place overnight RVers only in those 10/12 sites instead of being able to spread out the users along the river. When late night arrivals came, they were right next door, making noise. The only playground was near the office which was a long walk if you were parked in the middle or farther back. Washing machines were $2.25/load. The Pigeon River was 'ripplin' by & is nice to 'contemplate' in a comfortable lawn chair with an adult drink or two. Wi-Fi was slow to tolerable but they did provide a rinky-dink ID & password for basic security. Because of the wet areas almost everywhere, we would not use this park for a long stay again but it would be fine for overnight. - Drgnfli
Apr 2011 - $20.00
The campsites are very roomy, pets are welcome. Love to wake up early in the morning and look out over the lake while the sun comes up, very relaxing. The bathrooms are OK, just need cleaned a little more often. This is a managed campground, so its first come first served place. Was hard to find a spot, people try to save sites for friends that might not come in until the next weekend. We were there for three days when somebody came up and accused us of moving their tent they put on the site nine days prior to our stay, but another camper came and said he had seen the tent get blown into the lake in one of the storms that came through. I do not like other people coming up to my site to look at my departure date on my power pole, but I guess that's all part of staying there. I will go back and try another vacation there, if there is anything available In September. - terryzgt
May 2017 - $69.00
No discounts for this park. The price for their premium site with a large fireplace was $69 and with taxes and resort fees the total was $80 per night. But what a beautiful resort. We had a hilltop view of the lake with the Smoky Mountains as a backdrop. Our site was a large pull through site that had a large concrete patio and manicured grass and flowerbeds. The site was FHU and 50 amp with 119v. We had good Verizon cell/internet reception and good satellite reception. If we are in the area and want to pamper ourselves, we would stay here again. - Dave51
Apr 2017 - $69.00
Beautiful Views (you won't find better ones at a campground in Tennessee) with the lake and mountains combined. It looks like a "Bob Ross" painting and photos simply don't do it justice. Most of the sites are a good size and pretty easy to get your RV into. The staff has always been super friendly and take anything you need seriously. We have stayed several times and plan to be there a week in June. The new dog park, basketball court, and pickleball courts are very nice. If you have small kids riding bicycles, be aware that some of the hills are steep. If you can find an open site with the large fireplace, it is worth it. We strive to get one each time, but have not been able to as much as we would like. It fills up fast during peak season and holidays must be booked in more advance than you think. The playground is great for little ones, but be sure to keep an eye on them as it is not far from the lake. I do worry about the pool. While it is clean and beautiful (and the slide is great), with that many sites/people, the single pool is pretty small. It can get cramped poolside. Also to note that there is little shade unless you are on the hill in the 20's. The sun rises on the left side of the map over the mountains and sets behind the campground. You sacrifice some of the beating sun (in many sites), but you gain an exceptional view that you will not soon forget. Bring a shade, a fan for the patio, and/or a pop up canopy and you will be fine. The firewood you can buy for $5 is great and they deliver it right to your site! The area in general is very concerned with bringing wood from outside of our area (And wood being brought from our area to outside of the county) so instead of carting around your own wood, save the space in your RV/truck/SUV by just bringing a little cash and get a few of their big buckets of wood for your stay. - SethTN
Nov 2016 - $62.00
This is a new and pristine RV park on the shore of Lake George. The park is immaculate and I do mean that sincerely. As in WoW! We stayed in a premium waterfront back-in site with a fire ring. If you choose a site with a "fireplace," expect a custom hearth etc.; each one is a bit different. Nice but we like the fire ring built into the patio.
They spent a lot of money and worked hard to terrace the park down from the hilltop to reasonable level above the waterline. If you are concerned about watersports, swimming, boating, you should check the Lake George web site for seasonal water levels. The water level fluctuates by as much as 50 feet and, based on the most recent three years, it is high and usable during the summer months but low and not accessible from the park during the winter months. We planned to kayak but I simply cannot carry two kayaks up and down that long ramp.
The roads are asphalt, the pads are concrete, the space between sites is gravel. The sites are level. The views are fantastic with the water and the Smoky Mountains in the distance.
The only area with trees are sites 1-29 and 30-36 and those are just on the ends of the sites. If you are a back unit like us, sites 20-29 are on the top of the hill with a great view but you do also overlook the rest of the campground. Sites 81-124 are on the same level so you will not have the same great views.
We have not heard of "buddy sites" before but they have them here. The idea is to park on pull-in and one back-in side by side. Your patios face each other and you typically share a fire ring or fireplace. Nice if you have a buddy.
The location is a 20 minute drive to Pigeon Forge and about an hour to the visitor center for Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
The bath house, dog park, and courts are nice but not conveniently located.
The staff were friendly and professional.
Folks this isn't cheap but it is very nice. We will stay here again!! - Moe and Flo are on the go
May 2017 - $44.00
We camped here for a week to attend a RV-Dreams rally. Typically this wouldn't be the type of campground we would search out, as we prefer state parks and more natural settings, but what they offered in other amenities quickly made us forget. Their new pool, hot tub and lazy river were very relaxing and most welcoming. The parks has cable as well as wifi though out. There's also an RV wash service on site. Their spots on the Little Pigeon river are worth the extra $$ if you want more privacy. Site 17 and 18 are probably my favorite but any on the 401-442 loop are great. - Two Lanes of Freedom
May 2017 - $44.00
This park is very neat and tidy. Most of the sites are pull-thru, with one interior row of back-ins and the sites around the outside edges back up to the river. Beautiful lawns, well-maintained roads. This area exists because of Dollywood, and Sevierville-Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg are built up around that theme, not to mention their proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The main road reminds us of the Disneyland area - tons of places that exist merely to take the tourists' money. We had to wait quite a while to turn left INTO the resort, but that's not the resort's fault. We stopped here to visit with friends who had attended a rally here (we attended it last year without a rig, and were impressed with the park then). Wish we could stay longer, there's so much to do and see in the area, and lots of good motorcycle riding in the vicinity once you leave crazy-town. Lots of great places to eat too, with every other kind of shopping you could desire very nearby. - Denise and Glenn
Apr 2017 - $43.00
Large park that is concerned more with getting as many trailers in as possible rather than making it a pleasant experience. The neighbours fire pit was three feet away from our rv giving us a smokey evening. Rules regarding licensed drivers in golf carts is overlooked by management and kids rule this park. Laundry facilities were fine. We were willing to pay for a concrete lot while there, were told they were all booked up yet they were empty the entire time we were there. We will not be returning. - travelbag
Nov 2016 - $37.00
Nice clean quiet park. Near the action, but no road noise. Nice size spaces. We had a back in, but there are some pull throughs available. Cable tv, but some sites are open to the sky for sat reception. - steved44
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We couldn't get into the park we usually patronize, but we're so glad, because we really liked Riverbend Campground. The location is almost perfect for Pigeon Forge, close to everything we wanted...easy access and exit with a stop-light...beats trying to dodge death getting out of some campgrounds! Most of their sites and roads are paved. Pretty good WiFi. Management is more than accommodating, and if you're a gospel music fan, you'll like the in-park singings every week. We feel like we've found a new home at Riverbend when we head for Pigeon Forge. - Tcamperman
May 2016 - $39.00
This place is better than a 10, first the bathroom shower area is like nothing else piano music plays when you open door granite everything amazing. Game room above for children. Sites are big level and shaded. Motorcycle riding is wonderful up there. Campground manager is right there if you need anything and cleanliness of pool and sites is top notch. Can't wait to stay there again. - Daniel Huber