This is a nice park located right on the beach. We liked it enough to come twice in one month. Close to shopping and dining. Sites have a covered table that is nice but overall sites are small and roads narrow. We don't tow a vehicle here, just bring bikes and there is a great bike/golf cart path that goes to outlet mall. Good restaurant on pier and nightly bands on pier. Have camped at the big three on the other end of Myrtle near Surfside beach and like this end better. Wi-Fi is not free and should be for the amount per night; Verizon air card and AT&T service was good.
This rate reflects Passport America. This is a very easy park to get into late and was very easy to find site. We got held up with the closing of the Interstate and did not arrive until almost midnight. Pulled in and site map was on door. Found site easily and paid in the morning in the office. Very nice staff and nice campground if you need a stopover or need to be in area for a while.
First time back here in a year or so and as usual it was fantastic. They have done away with the trash cans and now pick up your trash a couple of times a day at the site. We camped on the stream and that was very nice to hear the water. Close enough to everything that we rode our bikes and used the vehicle to get around. Bikes were much easier than sitting in traffic. This is our favorite park in Pigeon Forge and we come several times each year.
This is a great park for visiting all the Elvis stuff. Easy access from I-55 and safe for Memphis. People in the office were very helpful and you can walk to the Elvis exhibits and Graceland. Nice pool and shuttles or Pink Limo to Marlowes BBQ made this a real easy place to see Memphis from without having to drive or park around Beale St.
This is great park if you are looking for a quiet place to relax or get off the road for the night. Their best attribute is peace and quiet and ease of use. Very easy to get to off of I-40, and we felt secure in the park. There are some permanent residents that are very nice and helpful. Did not see anything unkempt or shoddy looking. We will definitely stay here whenever we're in the area. Don't miss the Loveless Cafe and the Freshwater Pearl museum in the area.
This was our first time camping here, however we go to the area 10 times a year. This campground is more out of the congestion and still close enough to walk to most attractions. The only drawback was no shuttle pickup at the park, shuttle station is about a ten minute walk. Really nice will stay here again.
This was one the cleanest and better maintained parks that we have visited.Beautiful Views all around.Flies and insects made the trip less fun as they were horrible this year.The management lady was very rude and abrupt with the way she treated us as well as others we spoke with. We will stay at another park next time we go to Luray.
This is a really nice park. The restrooms are private and great if you have winterized. This was our second stay here and we just stopped over on the way to Myrtle Beach. The last time we came we spent a few days skiing at Maggie Valley. Easy in and out from I- 40.
This a great park if you want to be at the beach. We spent 3 days here and had a great time. It is away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Myrtle Beach and the sites are great. We had our own private shelter at the site and it was nice to sit under. The lakes and pool were very nice, and the campground was really clean.
This is a great park in the heart of Renfro Valley.The shady sites are great and the staff is one of the best in Kentucky.This park is always clean and they are happy to shuttle you to the shows. Mens restroom have been remodeled and is GREAT. This is a wonderfull park for an extended stay or just a stop over if you are passing thru. Conveinent to I-75.