Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $24.00
Gave a star for the paved road in and around the camp ground. A star for the long level gravel sites. Nice people in the office. 75% of park is full time with a lot of junk outside the RV's. The sites were not well kept. Our site was filled with grass/weeds that were above the ankle. Could not enjoy being outside. Sites also had ants. Had the smell of dead fish coming from the pond area. The laundry room floor was dirty. Had stayed at this park a year ago and it was in much better shape. Will not return. Had I seen the site before paying for a week, would not have stayed. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
This park is 7 miles off the main road. There were a lot of road signs and detailed directions on their site. If you don't follow all of these you will probably get lost. Once we got there it was very nice. The roads are black topped. The laundry room was clean and spacious. We had good satellite and antenna reception. There are a lot of seasonal guests but the park is clean and kept up well. We would stay there again. The rate we paid reflects a Good Sam discount of 10%. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
If you arrive on a weekend or after 5 during the week, just go to site #43 for help. Wonderfully LONG pull-through for my 44' toy hauler. Was able to drop the ramp/patio AND keep my long bed truck within the site boundary. Site was nice and level, too. Wi-Fi was unusable on the hill by the fishing pond. T-mobile hotspot service was poor. Don't know about other providers. Fishing pond was not open. Guess it has a leak in it. Water pressure is good. They have nice laundry facilities. Antenna pulled in a decent number of channels. Other campers were friendly. Lots of permanent residents. Nightly rate was with Good Sam discount for 3 days. Not too far from shopping. Lots of stuff to do in the area if you stay for more than a night. I would stay here again. Hopefully they expand the Wi-Fi coverage in the park. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate shown is based on monthly rate, not including electricity. Park is a little out of the way but worth it for the value. It is about 7 miles from I-75. Park has two sections, with most of the spaces being on a hill. Majority of spaces are occupied by long term residents but the park is not junky looking. Pull-through spaces are very long and the back-ins are adequate to hold a big rig with tow vehicle. Spaces are gravel with roads being paved. Our site was level. Trees surround the park and there are some trees planted in the interior, but if you are looking for shade there is not much here. Lots of room between spaces. Wi-Fi is free but did not reach our site. Be careful when you turn onto Jackson Bend from the Hwy 321 as the road is narrow and winding to get to the park. Stores are within 5 miles and the Smokey Mountain Park is about 30 miles away. This is our first time at this park and were very pleased. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is a little more like a trailer park. There are concrete pads for each picnic table. There are spacious sites and most are very level. The water, sewer, and electricity worked well. There was enough gravel on each site. The grass was mowed but it could have used some extra weed trimming. The Internet was not working at my site. Granted, they did give me some sort of device that was supposed to boost the signal. The trees here were very small. If you had a large RV you could fit nicely in any spot. The horse shoe pit was overgrown. The playground looked deserted. There was not a pool here. The lake was a long walk away. There was a pond but it was not in service. It looked like it has severe drainage issues. The bathrooms were nice and clean. The showers were huge and clean too. There was a laundromat with plenty of machines. The garbage had to be hauled about a half a mile away. This place bordered TVA land. It was peaceful and quiet. My dog loved the walk to the lake. There was a fire ring at about 80% of the sites. The picnic table was in fair shape. A few areas could use a bit of topsoil. Overall, I would stay here again. But, if you had kids, I would skip Lazy Acers. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $26.00
Very odd directions on web site. Office location is also very odd - we traveled 1/2 of the RV park before finding it. A nice lady met us at the office and led us to our spot. Not very clear on the rate - there was no paperwork done, no map, no brochure. Paid in cash. This park is really spread out and the transient area is quite separate from the rest. The only thing we could find in the transient area was a laundry, which looked clean. No trash bins in the area - the dumpster was located in the lower area on the way out. The park was clean, had very nice, long, level pull-throughs. No Wi-Fi. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $25.00
Okay for a short stay. Nice owners and employees. Site #35 was level and all utilities worked. Nothing to do for kids, but a good place to stay while in the area. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
The park has improved since we were last here in 2011. Roads are paved; pond is started, and little trees have been planted. Very quiet and downright peaceful. Mostly all-timers here and their sites are kept neat and tidy. Nicely spaced and very long pull through lots. Good TV reception via antenna. Only major problem is the WiFi...basically non-existent. Verizon service good, as was our hotspot. Lawn could have used some mowing. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice, clean camp, with more than half the sites taken by year rounders. That said, the pull through sites are adequate, though some need more gravel and leveling. Each site has a wooden picnic table, with two small, but growing, river birch trees. The pull through site are large enough to not bother your neighbor while grilling a steak. The staff is very friendly and helpful, as is the owner. The park is continually improving. The catfish pond is almost completed and is already stocked. By 2014 the owner hopes to have a boat ramp completed for those that want to partake of TVA lakes. WiFi is not available in most sites, so don't count on that. The park is on top of a hill, so as you drive in (which is very easy on a paved road) do be careful on a couple of blind turns and hills. Yes, we'd return to this camp and if we do, we'd sure like that boat ramp finished. Price reflects Good Sam discount. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
The good. 1. Large spaces. 2. Quiet (no trains or planes). 3. Good laundry. 4. Lots of trees. 5. Very friendly manager and host. 6. Good quality water (about 50 PPM) better than most municipal water. 7. Concrete patios with newer wooden picnic tables. 8. Strong 50A electric service. 9. Strong AAT cellular service. The bad. 1. WiFi is only available in a very limited area. The antenna booster management loaned to us did not improve this. Word in the park is the owner will not pay the cost of improving the system. 2. Water pressure is 110 PSI so bring a reducer or risk springing some leaks. 3. No cable TV but about a dozen broadcast stations are available on an antenna. 4. On some days a bulldozer was operating in the park. There seems to be a lot of “work in progress” associated with the pond adjacent to the area where the pull thru spaces are. Other. 1. Park is principally occupied by long term guests. The host has been here nearly 4 years and many of the trailers appear to have not moved in a long time. Many occupants leave early in weekday mornings presumably to their jobs. 2. Most roadways in the pull thru section are not paved and the noise of vehicles “crunching” thru the gravel breaks the otherwise enjoyable silence. 3. $150 per week including electricity for a large pull thru space. 4. We would stay here only for a night or two if in the area again. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $25.00
Good park for someone passing through and maybe needs an overnight. It is close to good food and shopping. I would consider this a bare bones park: nothing for kids, pull through sites were mostly level. Did not use bathhouse but it appeared nice from the outside. The host was helpful with guiding us to our site, however I'm not sure that is really needed. Looks like some of the campers are setup for people living in them, has a trailer park feel from some of them. Wi-Fi was available, but was unable to get the password to connect. I called the office one day and the lady told me her daughter deals with that, she would try and contact her. After asking the camp host, she told me it was one of two things, but neither worked. It wasn't a big enough deal for me to ask again, so I let it go. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $30.00
Great little park. Set on a hill overlooking a pasture with goats or sheep. They are continually improving this park, but the Wi-Fi needs the most help. The folks here are super nice and go out of their way to help. Will camp here anytime I am on business nearby. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Long, level pull thru sites. Great laundry and spotless restrooms. Helpful hosts. No WiFi or cable. Not kid friendly - nothing for them to do. Close to shopping and the Oak Ridge NL campus We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $25.00
This is a great place to stay overnight, or for a few days since it isn't too far from I-75. Just a few miles to shopping and good eats. Quiet park that is not fancy: no clubhouse, pool or playground. Sites are level, hard packed gravel with no patios. Bathhouse is new and clean. Laundry is very clean. We camped at Lazy Acres RV Park in a Motorhome.