We're not very fussy when it comes to overnight stops. Our motorhome is very well equipped so if we have 50 Amp electric, water and sewer, we're OK. This campground has all of that and one of the best WI-FI connections we've encountered. We almost missed it, and our GPS dropped us right at the entrance. The sign is not very visible from the road. It's very quiet. There are a lot of sites, and all of the pull through overnight sites are on top of the hill and convenient to the store and to the entrance. However, It is a perfect example of an older campground that is well worth investment in modernization and upgrading.
I've read many other reviews of this site. They're pretty accurate for the most part. However, considering It's a National Park and preservation of the resource is a priority. We found that even though the sites are closely packed, everyone has space for their RV, and their other vehicle. Every site has a small green space, and the sites are very private. We found it to be a most intelligent design given the demand for space, and all of the attendant environmental issues. We spent a wonderful 4 days enjoying the splendors of Yellowstone.
Nice Campground. Staff very helpful. Big Rigs supported, but Lots of road construction, low hanging trees and a single lane bridge to cross. Nice facilities, and recreational activities on the site. It's a long way from the Interstate. Very Quiet.
Beautiful Campground. Wide Roads, beautiful pull through sites with full hook ups, concrete patio and grass. Sites are level. Excellent WIFI connection available at site($2.95 hr, 5.95 day). River Front sites available. Cabins and some residential sites. Everything is well cared for. Convenient to I-40, and recreation areas around GT Smoky Mtn Ntl Park, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.
50 Amps Full Hookups, Cable TV, WIFI in the campsite. Reasonable Price. We liked the place after paying twice the price for 30 Amps and no cable the previous night. The commercial rating services leave a lot to be desired in judging the quality and price / performance of campgrounds.
Right next to the National Park. Big Campground. Sites are "hammered" worn and dusty. Roads are not well marked and traffic conflicts are frequent. Big rigs have difficulty maneuvering into the sites. Lots of Staff mostly sitting around the office. Decided against staying over another night even though there are a lot of activities recognizing the anniversary of John Browns raid this weekend. Campers are discourteous, and leave trash in the fireplaces which has not been collected by the staff. Can't imagine what this place must be like during the height of the summer season.
We really like this clean well treed campground. the sites are well laid out with easy access, and plenty of privacy. All the hookups, utilities, and WIFI worked perfectly. Conveniently located relative to Gettysburg and the National Battlefield Park. Big Rigs (ours is 35' with toad) will not enjoy the narrow streets going through town. Verify your route before you get there. The streets are narrow.
Beautiful Wooded Campground No Pull Through Sites. $2.00 per day WIFI. Many Seasonal sites. Full Hook Ups very convenient. Indoor Pool and Hot Tub. Open Year Around. Gated Community. $10 refundable Deposit for gate key.
Very nice Campground. Nice level site. Size is good, Liked being close to the river front. It was our first time here and we arrived after dark. Had a bit of a problem finding the turn into the campsite. We like the campground, we like the price $22 per night. We think the Reserve America fee of $9.25, 42% is exorbitant.
Nice Campground once we found it. There is no clear sign indicating where the turn is when you come off I-81 North. You have to take a left on the road that is between the interstate exit, and the railroad bridge on the west bound side. It's a very short approach. Make sure your fresh water is full, and your grey and black water is empty before you get there. You need to verify that the site will fit your rig. We had reserved a site that was big enough, but the entrance was bordered by two trees that would have made parking difficult. Fortunately there was a nearby empty site that had 50 AMP power that we did fit into.
Beautiful Park, paved sites, very nice amenities. No One we saw came in or left through town. Connecting to I40 via US 321 is the best choice. This is the closest campground to downtown Gatlinburg. The trolley stops right at the entrance. Rules are very restrictive. We have a 35 foot motorhome. It was easy to back into the creek front site.
Some sites are steep narrow, and difficult to get level on. The pet runs are a nice touch, but a bit far away from the campsites. We were there during a non peak season. The WiFi and cable were very good. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We spent 4 nights here.
Very nice campground. Easy access from I77/I81. We agree with other reviewers. Great overnight stop. Well maintained grassy sites. Convenient access to utilities. Very good WiFi connection. Excellent cable TV reception.