Access was easy but sites were small and they were not level. Parking area is graveled but it was slightly rainy and the rest of the site was red dirt with some grass, so we had red mud outside our door. Looked like the entire park was in need of more gravel on roads & in sites. The staff was friendly and helpful. It was an okay place to overnight but preferably not while raining. Would consider overnighting again (only).
We stayed in the new campground section. The sites in the new section are large enough for big rigs and are spaced out well. The new bathhouse is really nice. The older section has more shade but is not as roomy. The park offers several activities and we really enjoyed the chairlift ride to the lighting of the tunnel with entertainment at the tunnel. Natural Tunnel State Park has done an excellent job on the new campground section and cabins (unlike the VA State park we live next to). Peaceful park, friendly staff. We would have gave it a 10 if it had full hook ups & a bike path. Will definitely camp here again.
This was our second stay here. The good: A beautiful park, nice staff, wonderful beach, all kinds of wildlife, soooo relaxing here. The bad: A challenge to maneuver through the trees to avoid damaging your rig (some spots are really tight). Our site was next to a beach access path and several campers seemed to think it was okay to walk through our site, past our truck & camper, to "short cut", to get to the beach access path and most didn't speak and pretended as if not to see us when we were sitting outside. "Very Rude".
Great RV park if you are traveling and need to overnight or are visiting the area. Staff is very nice and helpful. Park is quiet, neat and well maintained. This was our third overnight stay here, no complaints, and have plans to stay here again this Fall.
Wonderful park and campground but don't come here if the heart of Myrtle beach atmosphere is what you're looking for. This is a very serene place with no commercial entertainment. The only reason I did not rate it a 10 is because due to trees in the way it made getting through the campground difficult. A "few" trees need to be cut to keep RVs from being damaged when maneuvering through the campground and into sites. I watched one camper scrape the side of his trailer on a tree in front of our site while he was leaving the campground. The bathrooms were as most beach bathrooms, a lot of sand in the floors but other than that clean.
We have stayed at this park twice since it opened last year and have reservations again next month. It is a very neat, well kept park. Close to attractions, yet quiet. The sites are paved and level. This is our favorite park in the Pigeon Forge area.