Sites fully paved and level. On check in we were given a park map, keys to golf cart and asked to pick the site(s) we liked. Thought this was a great idea and very unusual. When we left to tour Hilton Head the park put a traffic cone at the end of our site to show it was occupied - thoughtful touch. There is an in park restaurant which we did not use as it has a limited menu and is quite pricy. You MUST be self contained - there are no restrooms or showers.
As noted elsewhere the WI-FI is very slow and difficult to connect to. They use a 3rd party service and all connections are through their server which slows it down considerably. We were there in November and the washrooms were barely warm. Traffic is very busy on the road outside the park making entry and departure tricky. There are three gas stations within a block as well as grocery and drugstore.
Both Woodalls and Trailer Life web sites show they are open until Dec. 1. However when we pulled up late on Nov. 10 it was closed and had a sign saying they would reopen March 1. Since it was late in the day this was not a good sign. Fortunately we found another campground a few miles away which was open.
Stopped here on our way South. It is close to the highway so a bit noisy. Check in was by cell phone and putting our money and name on an envelope into a mail slot. Washrooms were locked and not available. WI-FI required a password which was not supplied. Site was gravel and level. OK for a night stop during the off season but no reason to stay longer.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Had a back in site on the river. Site was gravel and level. Definitely will come back again. Close to the Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg but far enough away to avoid to crowds. Highway is being widened so traffic is a bit of a mess for the next year or so.