This is a very nice park which is close enough to the main strip in Pigeon Forge, yet far enough to enjoy the peaceful tranquility of the area. The sites are small, but that seems to be a common finding in the campgrounds in this area. Of all of the campgrounds that we passed it did not appear that any of them offer much space. However, we visited the area for Great Smoky Mountain National Park and did many of the touristy things in the area so we were not there just to camp and therefore did not spend a lot of time at our site wishing it was bigger. We chose to pay the upcharge for creekside sites hoping they would be bigger and more private (since our dogs like to bark at those who pass by), but the extra space by the creek is down a very steep hill and many people walk their dogs down there which caused our dogs to bark anyway. It was nice to sit outside and enjoy the creek though so I would say the extra $3.00 was worth it. Because we were out and about much of the time it was very convenient that they have a dropbox to pay for ice and wood after the office is closed. There is a trolley stop on site, which is great, except that particular trolley route goes to many other places before it stops in downtown Pigeon Forge, so it takes almost an hour to get less than 1 mile down the road. We decided to drive down from there on out. It is also a pleasant half-mile walk away from many activities so we did walk on occasion. There is not much to do at the campground, but we were gone much of the time because there is so much to do in the area. We did enjoy the pool (although it is small) during our hot stay in June. The National Park is about a 15 minute beautiful drive. Although Gatlinburg is closer to the National Park the traffic in Gatlinburg is awful. So I'm glad we chose to stay in Pigeon Forge. Overall, this campground is nice and in a great location. We would likely stay here again if we return to this area. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Creekside is close to all Smoky Mountain attractions. It has paved roads, level sites, full hookups, pull-throughs, and a nice pool. The cable service and WiFi are excellent. There is a cement site for each picnic table. We have enjoyed this park very much and will come back. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This is a PA park, good until Memorial day. $20 a night, for as long as you can stand Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. We lasted 7 days. The Park location is good, Staff is good and the Park just feels right, for the area. Decent internet and nice pool. The only negative is the laundry room. It could use some work. Its worth joining PA just for the deal here. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $35.00
Very nice campground close to Great Smoky Mountain N.P. Level asphalt 50 amp full hookup sites. Good free wifi and cell service is excellent. Nice pool. Not much room for dog walking and sites are very tight. Would return. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $40.00
My wife and I just got back from a three day stay at Creekside RV Park. This is one of the nicest, if not "The" nicest private campground we have ever stayed at. We had site 28, no reservation, called in route to check availability and their last open site, which backed up to a creek. Setting up camp on our gravel level site we were greeted by a family of ducks. 30amp service with sewer and water was more than adequate. Concrete pad on curbside for your patio. Free wi-fi with a decent signal. Though the site size was somewhat small compared to our more used to state parks, with the stream and grass area behind our rig we found it to be zero problem and we enjoyed adult beverages and campfires in comfort. The recently remodeled shower house was the best shower/toilet facility of any campground I have we have stayed at, private or government. Spotless, more water pressure than I have at home and they have a country music radio station playing at a decent volume to boot. This is a very quiet park that is on the shuttle run to take you into Sevierrville, Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $19.00
Beautiful. Convenient location. Makes you want to stay longer than you planned. The rate is Passport America discount. We didn't call ahead and reserve, we just showed up. And it was easy check-in, very smooth. We got a great site with afternoon shade, and our portable satellite dish got a great signal. Verizon signal was good, but not perfect. We didn't get a creek-side site (didn't ask for one), but the walk along the creek is really pretty. The ducks are as cute as they can be. They politely come to your site and let you know that you can feed them if you want. They seem to make their rounds twice per day, a.m. and p.m. I really wish I had brought some duck food. The women's shower (I don't know anything about the men's) was great. Good water pressure. Spacious enough. Plastic chair provided so I could prop my leg up and shave. Comfortable temperature in the bathroom, and good music playing. Good space between sites. Very convenient to all the fun. Beautiful pool. Okay, they aren't perfect - you can see signs of it being an older park that they are fixing up. While all the sites that I saw have a wonderful concrete pad and picnic table, some have a concrete pad for parking your RV, while the rest of the site is gravel (which is fine). But they need more gravel to have an even, bump-free grade between the gravel part and the concrete part, and even the new paved inner road part. But I saw them working on that - one shovel full at a time. We got an excellent value at this park and I highly recommend it. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Motorhome.
This campground is ideally located within a short driving distance to all sorts of family entertainment and theaters. It's located about 7 miles from the entrance to the Great Smoky NP which was nice as visiting the NP was the main purpose of our trip. The sites are small but well maintained. Laundry room is nice with front loading washing machines at $1.50 a load and $1.25 to dry. We will stay here again. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Small campground 5 min. from Pigeon Forge's main road. The lots are level and gravel with a concrete slab for a patio . Bathrooms are clean and well maintained. It is surprisingly quiet considering the busy area it is located in. There is limited sight distance when pulling out so you have to be careful. Overall a nice little campground. We would have stayed an extra night but we would have had to change sites so we opted to leave. Rate is Passport America Rate. We would stay here again. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $31.00
My take on this campground is that it is OK, but nothing special. Sites along creek cost extra, but are not worth the money. The "creek" is just a beautified drainage ditch. Sites are shorter and less level. All peripheral sites are shorter. Get an interior site. All sites are narrow and feel cramped. My gravel site did not get muddy after heavy rains. Only management contact was at check-in. She could not tell me where on the map the post office was located. Showers worked fine. Restrooms were clean. Laundry machines were in desperate need of maintenance. Roads were paved and in very good condition, but were somewhat narrow providing limited room to maneuver. Would not recommend this park for big rigs. Blooming trees provided wonderful aesthetic. Exiting the campground felt like Russian roulette since the view of oncoming traffic is blocked by a guardrail. Price reflects a combination of Good Sam and Passport America. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $36.00
Very nice park with good interior roads. The sites are level and well maintained. It is quiet, neatly kept with a friendly staff. WiFi coverage is spotty. Park location is handy to the attractions in Pigeon Forge. We will stay here again. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $38.00
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park was very clean. Overall, we enjoyed our stay. The park is pet friendly, which is great if you have pets. However, hearing dogs barking didn't rank high on my list for a relaxing weekend. The only other negative to mention is that some sites such as the one we stayed on (55) is very small. It would have been almost impossible to sit around a fire without catching someone's RV or vehicle on fire. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $36.00
Paved roads and sites. Not very large, but the sites are a good size. Extremely clean restrooms and showers! Don't try to pull in with your utility trailer full of motorcycles towed by your white-van-with-an-air-mattress "camper". There wasn't an issue with the bikes, they only allow "recreational vehicles". Since we had a reservation and it was off season, they cut us some slack. I'm glad they didn't make life difficult. We stayed for 6 days, didn't cause any trouble, and the campground made a few bucks. If you're on a motorcycle, turn left when you exit the campground. Real nice. About the cleanest campground I've come across. Good size check-in parking area. There's a nice play/splash area for the younger kids in the swimming pool area and they have ice cream in the camp office. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice setting along Walden Creek, not far from the main strip in Pigeon Forge. We found this to be a great park with clean bath house, great WiFi, nice clean grounds. The staff was very friendly and helpful. This was our first time here but after looking around at other parks in the area, we will coming back to this park. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in this park for two weeks. It's location in Pigeon Forge makes it somewhat in the middle of all of the activities in the area. We like going to the national park and this park is just a few minutes drive from there. There was confusion about trash pickup for several days, but problem was then solved. We will stay here again. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Good Wi-Fi, water and electric. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Close to town, but far enough away to be quiet at night. That's the good, but this is the first campground in the last 8 months where I would not use the bathrooms. Gave them 2 chances, but no go with me. And if it rains the drainage is a no go. The place is a swamp. I would not call it overly big rig friendly, but it is certainly doable. We would probably camp someplace else next time and maybe even out in Townsend or Wear Valley. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Motorhome.