Just got back from Gatlinburg and our stay at Great Smokey Jellystone Resort. This was our first stay and will not be our last. The bathrooms, facilities and campground are immaculate. I am giving the campground a 9+ because the sites are a little close together but if we as fellow campers are respectful it should not and was not a problem. We camped right on the stream and what a good nights' sleep you will get. The owner of the park escorted us to our site, helped guide me back in and offered any help we would need. Staff was friendly and even moved some firewood over to our site left by the site next to ours. Activities for kids everyday keeps them as active as they want to be. Saw a previous report about "a RV over 28ft", I saw a lot of vehicles; motorhomes and fifth wheels over that length and they fit just fine into the sites.
While we have stayed here before I don't know if I will again. Don't get me wrong, the campground is clean; bathhouses, campground area and store. The problem is that the prices are too high for what you are getting. We stayed there in November and had to pay $38 dollars. No cable and sort of noisy as the front sites are about 200 yards from the highway.
We stayed here only one night because we were headed to Gatlinburg and decided to leave a day earlier. This is a very nice campground. We walked through the bathrooms and swam in the pool which all are very well kept. We were directed to our site which was nice; first time I can remember it happening to me. We ask for only water and electric hookups which we got. We got the next to last site and the last one filled up an hour after we arrived. Someone stated they heard the interstate, man they must really have good hearing or were in a tent. We heard the trucks from the interstate but it was early morning. Highly recommend this campground especially if you need a stop over in between home and your destination or vise versa.