This is an awesome campground with awesome owners. We have never felt so welcome in a campground. Even though it was March and we were there on Spring Break it actually snowed our first night. The owner came around to make sure everyone had plenty of propane and heaters to keep warm throughout the night. He didn't want anyone getting too cold. They kept a constant check on all of the guests to make sure everyone had everything they needed and that everything was working correctly and they were happy. We will definitely be visiting this park again. Our kids loved it and we loved it. It is about 20 minutes from town, but I have yet to go to Gatlinburg and be close to town. The only way you can do that is to stay in a hotel on the strip.
This work campers here were Wonderful and Friendly. It was so relaxing, quiet and clean. It would be nice to have fire rings. And there isn't a lot for kids, but my kids enjoyed seeing how the Amish lived, taking buggy rides, and spending quiet time together and being in the country. There are plenty of parks and farm tours to keep young kids entertained.
This is the worst Jellystone I have ever seen. The majority live there in run down old campers. It is basically public housing for those that fell through the cracks. We pulled in, we looked around, we knew our kids would not be able to leave our sight and we knew we would have to sleep with a pistol to feel a little safe. And we left. After a 5 hour drive there, we left. We still have not gotten a refund, but at this point I'm just glad to have not spent more than 20 minutes there. The manager was "unavailable" to speak with. To me this park is a trailer park, not a campground and it is a huge blemish to the Jellystone name. I always thought Jellystone could be a trusted name no matter where it was, but I have lost all confidence after this experience.