This is undoubtedly the best park we've stayed in. While not for everyone, there is so much to do, especially if you take children. The park is always busy but there never seems to be overcrowding. There is an amphitheater which has nightly shows, the pool is large, and the new water park looks fun. There is a coffee shop and a big store with a short-order grill. Of course, you are only steps from the beach. Expect a lot of noise, golf carts and people, but we always have a great time. All campers should experience this place once.
This is a great park. Sites are concrete and level. Well landscaped, nice employees, easy in and out. This campground is excellent for people who wish to spend time in the peace and quiet, as we saw very few children there. Very big-rig friendly. They have a pool and a Hippo Slide, but it had not opened for the season. The store had a few necessities and was very well kept. We will stay here next time we travel to Williamsburg.
We really love this place. We've been there 5 times and book it 2 times a year. Plenty of activities for the kids to do. Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this place is peaceful and has great views. We also go tubing on the James River, which takes about 3 hours depending on the level. The campground rents the tubes and takes you to the drop in spot. They have a swimming lake, a fishing pond, water slides, a splash park, jumping pillow. This is a great place to go with kids.
This is a great campground. Very clean and well landscaped. Sites are level and blacktopped. Trolley stop at entrance is a short ride to Gatlinburg. Drops off at aquarium. Food City grocery store less than a mile away on US 321. Owners very friendly. Campground is pretty much a "parking spot" for your visit to the Smoky Mountains as there are no planned activities for kids. We will return next year.