Catherine's Landing deserves the 10 rating it has at the Good Sam site. I can't think of a negative. The park is well laid out and inspires you to get up and take a walk. Setting up on the concrete pads was no problem. It was quiet when we were there in April, but at that time they were only maybe half full. Wi-Fi and cable both worked good. Trash was picked up twice a day at the site. Sites were ample in length and width.
Very nice campsite. We met quite a few people that have been returning here for numerous years which said a lot. Beautiful tall trees right on the Tanneycomo River. Wide sites with ample room for slides and awning. There was a picnic table and fire pit at each site with wood available. Owners were very friendly. The only negative we found was that the site we were in was not level. Very quiet, would return and recommend if you want a wooded campsite with water and fishing access. Did not use the laundry, restrooms or showers.
Very nice, beautiful pine trees, level gravel type site. WiFi and cable available and both operated well. There was plenty of space for slides and awning plus a picnic table. It is a wooded campsite not a resort so keep that in mind. I did not use the restrooms or showers so I cannot comment on them. Some noise from Hwy 71 but not bad. Especially nice was that even though it was raining when we pulled in the owner came out to greet us and escort us to our site. She then returned with the registration papers and a very nice (handmade by her) gift. All in all we were very happy. The only reason I gave it a 9 was because of the highway noise.
Office personal were very friendly and helpful. Drive up was nice, clean, and appealing. Campsite was well maintained. The only negative I found was that it sits on Hwy 290, a very busy road. So if quiet is what you want, I would ask for as far off the highway as possible. Would definitely recommend and stay at again.
We were warmly greeted by the registration staff. We found the campsite to be very tight. If you want some feeling of "your own space" this might not be the place for you. There are some permanent residents there, or so it seemed, and some of their sites and equipment could use some upkeep. The only other comment I would have is that we were at the opposite end of the campsite from the dog walk area, we are not young and have some physical limitations, so even if you clean up after your dog (which everyone should) there is no grass except for the dog walk area. So keep that in mind when you book if this pertains to you. Cable was good, WiFi worked, site was level.