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66 RV Parks near Sevierville, Tennessee
Nov 2018 - $43.00
Upon entering Riverside park there is not a lot of curb appeal at least not in November. There is a slightly steepish, turning entrance and you pull up in front of a small building. We had reserved ahead, and the check-in was quick and functional. They give you a map and off you go to your site. There are back-in sites along the river but they are rather short. We witnessed a long 5th wheel trying to get into one of these sites, and he used several opposite (luckily empty) sites to back in. And his back end was almost over the river. A small motorhome could pull in but would have to run utilities underneath. Our pull-thru site was narrow and flanked by trees so we had to jockey a bit to get situated. It would have been a challenge with the tow hooked up. The site left little room for our tow vehicle even with parking it sideways. If you want an overnight and don't want to unhook specify a pull-thru without trees. The sites are all gravel and pretty level. There is no privacy just a little grass space between sites with a picnic table. It was raining when we arrived and there was lots of standing water in most sites and the interior roads. It was not crowded when we we here and it was quiet. Internet works pretty good although it slows down here and there. Directv would not lock in due to trees in our site but would have in the pull-thrus without trees. They do have cable. Verizon was strong with 4g - 3 bars. We found it to be pricey, even off season, for what you get. Although they advertise that the park is strictly a nightly vacation park there are permanent double-wides in the middle of the park. And yes, the park is located near Gatlinburg but the traffic to get there is horrendous. We attempted to go into Gatlinburg which would have taken 1 ½ hours to go 18 miles! We passed on that! BTW if you like to consume adult beverages come fully stocked - there are only a couple of liquor stores in the area. - Free
Nov 2018 - $36.00
This was a very nice RV Park. Though we were only there for an overnight traveling through to return home, we were very pleased with what this park offered and will definitely be back. At another time when we can enjoy all that this area has to offer and the weather is not so cold, I'm sure that we will stay for awhile. The staff were very friendly and courteous, both when calling for a space and at check in. Our site was easy to get into and out of, was on an end cap with no one next to us, and was level. WIFI worked well. Actually, given the time of the year and the weather, there were only a few other RV's. A river runs beside the campground and some of the cabins with decks were right over the river. The campground has all the amenities needed. - Texas E-S
Oct 2018 - $40.00
We stayed 6 nights, make sure you visit the Bush Beans Museum, just be ready for heavy traffic. - 942
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Stayed a few nights during Wing Ding. Park was nice, got crowded for Labor Day weekend. Nearby Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are very busy towns. - RichnSandy
Nov 2017 - $35.00
Our rate was for a monthly stay. We first started down in the "permanent" area which was a mud pit when it rained and the permanent residents were not held to any standards. MANY items around their campsites, not clean. We then moved closer to the front, which was a great improvement. However, as the rain continued maybe every other day, we were still dealing with way too much mud. So, we decided to move to another CG. Because we'd paid for the month, this meant we were double paying for 2 weeks. When we left I spoke with the owner and explained that we had some packages coming from Amazon and we'd stop back to pick them up, was this ok? She said yes. I did not complain about the park as I know we had chosen to stay at this more economical location and expected some issues. The thing that upset me was after we left and our deliveries were attempted by Amazon, she refused them. Yep, even after we'd talked. All items were returned and now we're dealing with the fall out from this. I totally understand that people don't want to be responsible for our items, but she really should have explained this when I asked upon leaving. - Tonya DeWeese
Jul 2017 - $39.00
I stay here quite frequently last summer, I was new and Owner and her granddaughter was very hopefully and kind to our family) thought it was family own business till met the new managers, VERY rude and cocky. It's not worth it if the customer service is no good to me that is. I enjoy camping and being outside and spending time with family. If you want that don't come here with the new management of this place. Sites are graveled some have a pad with the sites. More shady on river. Some of the "monthly sites " look trashy but I didn't look over there much. Walking area for pets. Have nice little playground and pavilion to have a gathering under. - Jerry34
Nov 2018 - $60.00
We usually stay here twice a year in the spring and fall. The location is perfect, with nice pull through sites to accommodate our big rig. This year, however, we have noticed a few things that need improvement. The cable tv has a terrible fuzzy picture - just about impossible to watch CBS, ABC and NBC. Also, the trees in the park are getting bigger each time we visit and it is not possible to pull into a site without scratching the rig. We have full body paint on our rig and don't want to scratch it. Also, can't open the awnings because of trees. We hope the park will take care of trimming the trees. - Big Rig 365
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Stayed 3 weeks to attend the FCOC Rally (1st week Nov18) in a 43' motorhome. First 2 weeks on our own - last week was Rally. Easy on/off from I-40 to CG in Sevierville/Pigeon Forge (approx. 8 mi). Check in was fast/efficient large office with stocked store. Large park (approx. 300 sites), no escort but easy to navigate paved roads, big rig friendly, to our PT FHU, 50A, cable, gravel site. ATT service is good. Loop roads are gravel into gravel site with gassy area on sides w/picnic table on a oversized concrete pad. Some sites are set up for seasonal residents to use. They have guest trailers that are stored and moved onto a site. Shade trees around sites. Change of season came at Halloween giving trees a red/yellow coloring. Pool complex closed for season is located at front of park close to office and event center. Large pool, hot tub, lazy river, bath/showers, fitness center, arcade. Park has a large pavilion w/stage at other end. Large DOG park w/doggy bags and dog walking areas. Fishing is allowed in river around two sides of park. The event center easily holds 300 guests and has its own parking, kitchen, and media capabilities for rallies. We used the CG as a home base to visit GSMNP, Cherokee, Wears Valley as well as numerous shows and restaurants. The CG is perfect for day trips to visit the many water falls and hiking trails in the GSMNP. We were lucky enough to see the Christmas show at the "Smoky Mountains Opry" - Fantastic. When in this area we will definitely stay here again. - RTM
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Our third visit. As other campers have reported, it's an older campground that has seen better days although it's better than at the time of our first visit. Sites are mainly pull-thru with full hookups, cable included (does not work well). Many back-in sites with older campers in various states of repair. Many of the occupants either work at the campground or are survivors of the deadly wildfire that devastated portions of Gatlinburg a few years ago. The restrooms and laundry are clean and well-supplied. The roads are coarse gravel. The owner is an elderly lady who has made many improvements over the years. The campstore is well-stocked with a variety of products. Would return to the area but probably not to this campground. - grandma0942
Jan 2018 - $31.00
We rated this as a 6 overall in comparison to other campgrounds nationwide. However, if we were to compare it to local campgrounds, it would be an 8 or so. Most campgrounds in the area were packed in, with not much space between sites. This campground had better spacing between sites, and great prices comparatively. The office area looked a bit run down with a lot of stuff sitting outside. Perhaps they were undergoing a winter cleaning, but I don't think so. There were a lot of permanent residents, but ample space for temporary visitors. It was quiet, with exception to the road noise. Most campgrounds we saw had this problem, however. Sites were neat and clean. The bathroom was odd, in that it had a sign that stated that campers should be using their own bathrooms. Given the freezing temperatures, that wasn't going to happen! The owner was very nice, and we enjoyed talking to her. - RVerFamily
Oct 2013 - $32.00
The park has pull through and back in gravel sites and cable. This is a nice park in the country and 1/2 hour from Cades Cove. Verizon good, Wi-Fi fair and road noise was at a minimum. Beautiful mountain views. Love this area. - Tim M.
Jul 2010 - $13.00
This is a nice, quiet park about 10-15 minutes outside of Sevierville. The people are friendly. TV reception was hit and miss, but we didn't go to the area to sit and watch television. No playground equipment or pool, but we are retired so not an issue for us. If you're looking for plenty of stuff to entertain kids with, this is not the place for you. But, if you just want a small, friendly park then this is a little gem. We would not hesitate to stay here again. Rate is for CCUSA. - AuntSmurf
Aug 2017 - $55.00
Class A motorhome ownership park off Apple Valley Road in a nice quiet area away from the tourist mess of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. We had a pull in site on the east side of the road. Only 18 sites, some of which are not for rent. Great WiFi. Good utilities. Only down side was our site was showing its age a bit. Missing stones in fire pit area, coach house had carpenter bees. (No access to coach house on our site) Part of Hidden Mountain, a house rental resort. Beautiful pool at rental office. - cincychic
Nov 2016 - $55.00
We stayed at The Dell Motorcoach Resort during Thanksgiving week. While the town was packed and the main roads were gridlock much of the time, The Dell sits quietly back at the foot of the hills. This ownership resort is quite small, and offers no amenities other than comfortable and spacious full hookup campsites, but it is perfect for a motorcoach visit to the Pigeon Forge area. The staff is very nice. Garbage pickup is not scheduled but anything left at the street is picked up during the day. Satellite reception was fine. One BIG benefits was the strong, fast, free wifi provided. We would absolutely stay here again. We are deeply sorry for the loss so many people suffered in the recent fires, but The Dell was not affected by them. - expdek570
Jul 2016 - $60.00
This is a very small RV park, about 18 spaces. It is part of the Hidden Mountain Resort facility.
We stayed on a concrete pad site with a small cabana/shed and a stone fire pit. The site was clean, had lots of privacy due to the plants. All the sites are different, some are gravel, some are grass, some are concrete.
The electric box did not have a breaker shut off and the water connection was about five inches off the ground.
We didn't use the fire pit as it was in the high 90's the week were there.
No pool unless there was one for the cabins and cottages.
The only caution I have, is to come into the park via 441 and Apple Valley Rd. You will reach the Dell before you get to the check in office. Pull into the long drive for the Dell and unhook your tow, then drive to the check in. There is no room to turn your rig around and the road is super narrow. Other than that, it was a great stay and we would stay there again if we in that area. - Renee666
Nov 2018 - $58.00
Level concrete pads with full hook ups. Awesome cable tv with over 60 channels. Fantastic WiFi that never slowed down even with a sold out park. Beautiful view on the Little Pigeon River. Very enjoyable to sit and watch the strong current and wildlife pass by. A word of caution, make sure you bring your emailed confirmation as we arrived and were told they were sold out and they didn’t have us coming in until the next day. My email confirmation had the correct dates on it. Not sure what to make of the situation as it was handled poorly by the office staff who called another park for me to go to until the next day. I’d have none of that so they “found” a spot. Hmmmm. - Bespos
Oct 2018 - $61.00
Cleanliness is outstanding at this park. Road in park is paved and the sites are full concrete, and they keep it all very clean all the time. Restrooms / showers were spotlessly clean. Coffee and donuts served every morning from 8-10am. Our site was a pull-in within 10 feet of the river. All sites have a river view. We watched a herd of deer across the river each evening and enjoyed the beautiful sunsets on the water. Sites are close together but there are hedges that differentiate and provide some privacy. Lots of medium sized trees provide a park-like setting. Local shopping is within walking distance. Local attractions are nearby. Very close to the Smoky Mountains Park. Th\is campground is a gem - we will return. - Revvie
Oct 2018 - $60.00
This park is pricey for October I think. The park seems to prefer no children and more adults to stay but that was my opinion. I know they prefer Class A or Bigger units to stay in their snooty park. I have a 2018 Class C and felt like I was out of place there. The staff was efficient but not Tennessee friendly. I stay overnight and moved to another park the next day who seemed to value me as a customer. - Solo Rver
Oct 2018 - $69.00
Good clean park. Exterior spots have more room. Clean bathrooms. Good views convenient to edge of Great Smokey Mountain park. Only downside is you must access from Pigeon Forge side which means slogging through the traffic. Price is comparable to rest of area.
Ping pong table air hockey and common room TV and library were nice touch. All needs some light maintenance though. Good wifi. Cable signal weak and a little fuzzy. - TnCampersx4
Sep 2018 - $54.00
Friendly staff and fellow campers in a nice campground. Some pull/thrus, mostly back-ins, all gravel and level. We staid in one of the slots near the entrance and they were extremely roomy. Utilities good, including WiFi, cable and cell service. Small camp store onsite, and a pool and game room w/TV. Situated nicely between Pigeon Forge and Smoky Mountain NP. - darwinmoore
Jul 2018 - $25.00
Love this immaculate, quiet, and very reasonably priced park located in the heart of Wears Valley. Nightly rate is based on a month stay and compared to area parks it can't be beat. The people that work in the office are terrific. The park is 8 miles from the hustle and bustle of Pigeon Forge but there are great places to eat within walking distance of the park. We had a premium concrete pull thru with lovely green grass and tidy shrubs. These sites come with a picnic table, concrete patio and fire pit. The pool is salt water and very nice sized. Clean laundry and game room with ping pong and a few treadmills. The only thing lacking is a fenced dog run - but there are plenty of places to walk dogs.
Mentioned in an older review but worth mentioning again: if you have a big rig, come in from Pigeon Forge not Townsend. The road from Townsend is VERY curvy and while it can be done, is a big headache. We can't wait to come back again. - jjones5996
Nov 2018 - $50.00
Very small relatively new park with only 28 sites. The area is extremely well maintained by the owners. Very quiet area on the Little Pigeon River. I would recommend reservations be made by phone as some of the sites are not suitable (too much slope) for a motor home. Would be my first choice when returning to the area. - ztlrgf
Oct 2018 - $43.00
What a wonderful campground! The owners live on site and are some of the nicest people you'd ever meet. We received a phone call the day we were to arrive asking about what time we would arrive and confirmed directions. Upon arrival we were checked in quickly and guided to our site. They are more than happy to help get you situated, leveled and hooked up. All sites are paved and are level with full hook-ups and clean upon arrival. We watched as guests leave, the owners ensuring the site was swept, grill ashes emptied and fire pits cleaned before the next guest arrived. Clean, secure bathhouse and laundry facilities. It is gated, so only those with sites have access. Firewood, charcoal, ice, laundry and ice cream are all on the honor system. They even have kayaks and corn hole boards for use. They have a telescope set up to view the eagle that likes to sit in a tree near the campground. The location is perfect, just far enough away to be out of the hustle and bustle, but the back roads make it easy to get to Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge. The campground itself is very quiet, however you do get some road noise from Dolly Parton Parkway, but it isn't too bad. The Duvall's take great pride in their campground and are adding a Phase 2 hopefully this winter. We have already made our reservations to return next summer! - Jill C
Oct 2018 - $40.00
The best campground I've ever been in. Very clean everywhere. When a site is vacated, it is cleaned with power blower and if there is any mud in the pad, it is washed off. Owners on site and treat you as family! The park is gated and very quiet and safe. - J-D Jones-71
Oct 2018 - $25.00
This is a really nice TVA campground on Douglas Lake, similar to a Corps of Engineers campground. Gravel sites are mostly back-in, there are some long pull-throughs. Sites are roomy, mostly level, with shade and grass; many sites have lake views. There is a boat launch, swim beach, hiking trail, neatly mowed grass areas, and a camp store that sells soft-serve ice cream. This campground is a short drive from Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, etc.; yet is a quiet getaway from all the traffic mess. The only negative is the dump station; which is set up to dump on the way in, rather than the way out; making the sharp turn was difficult for our big rig. Other than that, this is a great campground; we would definitely stay again. - FranM
Oct 2018 - $18.00
We really liked this campground which is located right at the dam with great access and views. There is also a Tailwaters campground below the dam. We didn't get a chance to check it out. This is a TVA campground, very similar to a Corps of Engineers campground which are favorites of ours. The campsites have water and 50 amp hookups. Many of the campsites are large enough for most any camper. We were in a pull through site on the hill overlooking the lake. The only negative was that the site sloped left to right. There are also several beautiful back in sites down close to the water - I'd likely try to get one of those on future trips. Not all sites on the hill will accomodate all rigs, so be sure to pay attention when booking your site. Aside from size, we thought we would have been happy in most any of the spots we could fit into. I had no problem getting a satellite signal and our Verizon 4G was good. We think this campground is a real winner and will happily return on future visits to this beautiful area. - nazpaz
Aug 2018 - $18.00
This camp is run by the TVA, and national authority similar to the Corp of Engineers (COE). The spaces are wide and shady. Trees are trimmed so, there we had no trouble with our 40' big rig. This camp does not have sewers, but there is a newer TVA park on the same lake that is more expensive and does have sewers. They have a service that will come to your site to empty your gray and black tanks for $20. The dump station is positioned oddly, and might cause a long line on Sunday when many are leaving. Because of the trees, getting a signal on our DISH was difficult but not impossible. This location is not too far from Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and Great Smoky National Park. Because it is so close to attractions, you will probably need advance reservations to stay at this park. A swimming, fishing and picnic zone was at the end of the RV park with parking for day visitors. Some walked through the RV park out of curiosity, but it was not a safety concern for us. Bathroom/shower buildings are shared with day visitors, and therefore get a great deal of traffic. Our AT&T signal was good. Interior were roads good. Water and electric location at each campsite seemed good. Camp hosts were friendly even though their signs all said, "Off duty" the whole time we were there. Camp was quiet and clean. We did Navy showers in our RV, and did not use public bathrooms/showers though they appeared clean when we looked in. We definitely would stay here again. - OH2SD
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