We stayed here for an overnight while traveling. It has very easy off and on access to I-24. The grounds were clean with gravel spaces, fairly close together. We were in site 12, which is near the entrance, and the security lights were very bright, which may be an issue if that bothers you during sleep. We didn't inspect the washrooms, but the office/store area was spotless and very well ordered with the usual items. The Wi-Fi signal was good. There was some highway noise, but not overly so. Some apparent seasonal/long-term sites in the other parts of the grounds appeared neat. This park was fine for our purpose; overnight. We would stay again for that purpose.
We really enjoyed our early spring stay at this park. We had a site that backed up to the small creek, which was very nice. A few days had a large amount of rain, but areas drained relatively quickly and did not become muddy. The park itself is on the trolley line, and only a short distance to Gatlinburg. Sites are level and fairly well spaced. This early in the season there were few campers, and what appeared to be a few seasonal sites grouped on the other side with RV storage. These grounds were also very well kept and neat. Owners were helpful when necessary, and unobtrusive the rest of the time. We will definitely stay here again when in this area.
A very nice state park, with paved access roads and grassy sites. Our site was quite wide and easy to back my 34 foot fifth wheel into. Shower house is older but acceptably clean. Saturday night campfires caused a lot of smokiness, but that may have been unusual due to no breeze. Sites on the outside loop appeared to be larger and more spacious. Grounds were clean and well maintained. Several hiking trails available, and park its huge, so lots of places for bike riding. Canoe rentals nearby on the Tippecanoe River. We're already making plans to return.
Very nice landscaped sites. Although sites may be tight when full, staff assigned sites to allow space between units. Very well kept grounds. One of the largest and nicest KOAs we've seen. Close to Louisville and the Bourbon Trail. We would stay here again when in the area, and recommend to others.