Good overnight park that is close to Jackson (app 25 miles). Different layout on upper level with concrete pads and full hook-ups and WiFi that is good. Great owner that took my wife and I around on golf cart to select site since our first time visit. Pool and nice lake that is catch and release are added bonus. Owner is working to improve park daily. We will return in future travels to stay.
Our recent stay was enhanced by the roaring river as it tumbles over the rocks. We stayed in site 34 and 33 over a five night stay along side of the Nolichucky River. Owners live on campground and were very helpful in making sure your stay is the best it can be. We will return you can bet on that!
Our second time to stay at this park but it will not be our last! We had site 36, one of the premium sites, that has the mountain stream just a few feet from the rear of the RV. A second stream merged into that stream creating a rolling cascading sight that my family enjoyed the five days that we got to visit. Great family environment that and a staff that went out of their way to see if you need any help of any kind. After guiding you to your site and helping you to park they kept coming back and checking on us even when I was having trouble with my 50 amp service he helped me troubleshoot til we found the problem then he replaced the part in quick order. We will be back and maybe I can Yogi to have his picture made with me!
It is a good location for checking out the many shows at Branson. Friendly people, lots of smiles and more music than I have ever been exposed to in a campground. We will be back,in the near future, to enjoy what camping was meant to be.
This was our first time at Tremont Hills Campground but it will not be our last! Open layout that gave us plenty of room with our fifth-wheel and truck. As you enter the campground from the main road you cross over the river on a three-ton limit bridge but do not hesitate you will be fine. We camp in B-30 which is premium sites but have many other great sites that have access to the mountain river. I hope that we can get back this fall for the changing of the leaves and stay at this campground!
One of my favorite state parks here in Tenn. The sewer hook-ups only added to the rating of the park. Some changes are in store for the new year with different entrance area but i totally agree with the need to make improvements that add to the safety of campers.
Our first time camping in this park..but will not be our last. Requested to view our campsite before I maked the decision to stay and the host had her son take us back on a large cart. I liked the spot but asked for the one next to it and she said no problem. My wife and I really enjoyed the mountain stream that we backed up to and really hated to leave but we will definitely be back when we can stay longer.
Yes, this state park is off the beaten path, but a good place to enjoy quiet and peaceful times. The lack of shade can be a problem, in the heat of summer, but the fall temperatures do not pose a problem. We will be back for a longer stay.
Ocean Lakes is a very big campground that uses every available inch of space to maximize to number of units it can accommodate. The signs were often obscured thus the directions to the sites were a challenge for the first time visitor. The need for an escort to the site would give this campground an higher rating. The fact that it sets next to the ocean is a very positive plus. We made return in the future.
A well plan out campground that was beautifully plan out with spaces for large motorhomes and fifth wheels to smaller pop-ups. Lots of room to maneuver into your site. Helpful staff that answer all our questions with a smile. We will return in the future.
Creekwood Farm RV Park with its large sites and great hosts made our stay very enjoyable. We were guided into our site by one of the host even helping to line us up with the hookups. The mountain stream, that was just a few steps from our site, was an added draw to the beauty of the mountainous setting. We will be back for another visit.