Most of their sites are back in but they do have a few that are pull-throughs for overnighters. That's where we parked and it was between a nice grassy area with palm trees and the permanent small homes there. This space did not have cable. This park is beautiful, it looks like a 5 star hotel driving into it, with lots of grass, flowers, lakes, palm trees and lots of Christmas lights on the palm trees. One negative was at times a very slight smell of cattle. I don't know where they were, you couldn't see them nearby. We liked it there so much we stayed two nights instead of the planned one night, and would stay here again.
This is a nice park, friendly check-in. The spaces are a little close together for a 40' RV. The sites are grass/dirt. When we left in the morning, we had to wait a few minutes for the neighbor to move out as the driveway wasn't big enough to get around his truck and 5th wheel. This is a quiet park, close to the Gaylord Opryland area and there are good restaurants nearby, as well as easy on and off the freeway.
This is a very nice park even though it is flat and the sites are gravel. The roads are paved and some small trees and some bushes dividing some of the spaces. There's a very nice dog run. They have a free breakfast in the mornings in their very nice office/gathering area. We stayed here twice on our trip across the US and would stay there again.
This is a very nice park and close to activities in Charlotte or for visiting South Carolina. The laundry has just 2 washers and 2 dryers but the good news is they are free! We stayed there a week in December and there were only 6 to 8 others camped there each night. We'd stay there again if we visit Charlotte again.