A nice little park and nice owners. The park is very hilly and our pull through site was not very level. I would not bring my 5th wheel here. I was surprised to find out you had to pay for a shower. They have 2 restaurants at the bottom of the hill which you can walk to. A lot of nice trees for shade, but tight for big rigs.
This is our fourth time here and it has to be one of the nicest, well kept parks we have been in. Clean, quiet and beautiful. This is one of Florida's well kept secrets. Pool, hot tub and many other buildings with a library, weight room and laundry. We live 200 miles South of here and come for 4 day weekends. If you are ever in this area check it out you won't be disappointed. As far as big rigs go, we are 62' long and never had any problems getting in. The manager is a great guy and will do whatever is necessary to make your stay enjoyable. Florida residents get 25% off the regular price.
A small campground pretty crowded but nice. The only major downfall I saw was there is little shade. The office people were friendly to us and the grounds were nicely kept. It's not the worst campground we have been in and not the best. Close to everything and quiet. Some permanent sites but they did not bother us.
A great park with great managers. A little out of the way of Pigeon Forge but nice and quiet. Beautiful views of the mountains right outside your windows and local stores and shops close by. The only reason it's not a 10 is there is no shade. We loved it there and will go back to see Scott and Rebecca again.
If you need an overnight camp this one is ok. No one seems to be around on the weekends and the Wi-Fi isn't real good. You need a new password everyday so on the weekends you will have to buy time even though they say free Wi-Fi. Not really shaded and level.