2 Parks near Pikeville, Tennessee
May 2016 - $28.00
Great place, we stayed in B 79 and did a lot of hiking. - mecicon
Mar 2016 - $25.00
We camped at Fall Creek Falls for 4 nights. This was our first trip. Very shaded and well maintained. I have a Ford F350 dually long bed with a 39 foot 5th wheel. We camped in one of the loops in section B. It is manageable but you do have to be careful with trees and the tight loop with such a long rig. Great stay, very quiet and lots to do (hiking, fishing, boating, etc...). Really good general store on site with great ice cream and one of the best campground gift shops I have ever been in. - tamorgan
Sep 2014 - $25.00
We liked the campground overall but had a problem with our site (A15). It was going against the flow of the road and took us almost an hour to get in. We noticed that other big rigs had the same problem in section A. Section B looks a lot better for our 36' RV. CG was very busy but didn't feel like you were crammed in, lots of room. We will go back! - Stu & Gerri
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Rate reflects 2 nights PA and 1 night full price. I do not consider this park as big rig friendly, but others might. Sites are narrow and close. Sites by the road are on an angle that puts the front of the coach higher than the rear. If you have a toy hauler, you could have a steep drop out the back of your coach. First site was so unlevel my auto-leveler couldn't level. Second site was not as out of level so the leveler worked. Second site was also longer than first. There was some road noise and it was bothersome at night. A loose dog marked my coach's tires. Never did see the dog, just the spot on the tread. Game room was decent. No fenced dog area. No cell service, but there is a free landline phone by the office. Lots of good, twisty, motorcycle roads in the area. A bit of a drive to Pikeville for groceries or restaurants. Follow the driving directions on the web page. If you go it on your own, the twisty roads will not be kind to your coach. - TH travelers
Oct 2015 - $15.00
This campground is an out-of-the-way place to stay. It is truly, out in the country, and the perfect spot for those wishing to avoid the big city noise and hustle and bustle.
Some of the sites are fairly level, but about half of them are so uneven that campers are required to use several boards to get their rigs level. We were lucky in that we had one of the more level sites and had no problem getting our 44' coach level.
This campground is very clean, quiet, and friendly. There is a nice pond on site which is catch and release only, and has been stocked with bass, perch, and bream.
The staff is very cordial and helpful, and works hard to keep the facility clean and in working order. We will definitely stay here again as we pass through the area. - WhiskeyMan
Sep 2015 - $28.00
This campground is a diamond in the rough! Very Very Very well maintained! Very clean facilities! Very friendly-helpful staff! Excellent place to sit back and relax! Awesome for kids! We had 4 kids with us - ranging from 7yrs old to 12yrs old...not once did we hear "I'm bored". The game room was very nice and clean! Comfy furniture. The kids enjoyed playing air hockey, pool, and foosball. Can't say enough good things about this place! Very laid back and relaxed campground atmosphere! We stayed over Labor Day weekend, and they were very busy - even with all the added holiday campers, the place was still very quiet and relaxing. - The Frizzell Family