This is a wonderful campground located just outside of Chattanooga. We have stayed is four times in the last eight years. Just be careful to reserve this one and not the one in Ringold, GA. The owners are very accommodating. Some sites are better than others. I'm not a fan of how KOA lets you reserve a category and not a specific site. However, most of the sites are just fine. The pool is excellent here and the owners clearly work hard a making improvements. I will definitely return here again.
This is our fourth stay at Deep Creek and I love it here. We camped on the mountain view site #28. This campground is privately owned by a wonderful couple who have worked so hard to improve the campground each year. This year we enjoyed a new bathhouse with 7 private bath/shower rooms. Everything is spotless. The campstore has lots of what you need as well as an Blue Bell ice cream cones and a wide porch with rocking chairs to enjoy them. Next to the store are the owner's very entertaining goats. There is a variety of playgrounds for children all all ages (including a volleyball net for the teens). You can rent tubes and tube the creek the length of the campground. The creek is perfect with lots of rocks for "white water". The mountain view sites are very spacious and have a nice view. The creekside sites tend to be a little tighter, but you are on the creek! The town of Bryson City is very quaint with shops and lots of restaurant choices. There is a railroad in town for a day trip. We will most definitely return for a fifth visit. This is a don't miss campground.
We camped here in a 5th wheel for four nights. The campground is very clean, beautiful, quiet, and comfortable. We had a pull through, but the back in sites provided a more secluded camp site. It's a little bit of walk to the bathhouse, but an added bonus was it had 2 washers and dryers. There was very little phone signal but the WiFi at the campstore worked beautifully. This would be a great campground to see the fall leaves. I would love to return here again.
Many parks bill themselves as an "RV Resort". This is the first park that I have ever seen/stayed in that totally met the standard ti be an "RV Resort". We completely enjoyed our stay in this first-rate park. We stayed in site 706 (pull through) for 4 nights in March. The sites were very wide, long, and level. Everything was completely clean at all times. The activities were varied and enjoyable. The amenities (two dog parks, pool, rec rooms, play area, horseshoes, basketball, campsite trash pick-up, cable, etc.) were very accessible. The gated park made for a safe environment for my pets. Everything we did in Houston was a short distance from the park. I highly recommend this park and will look forward to a return trip. Thanks for a great stay Advanced RV Resort!
This park was fantastic. It is very close to all the attractions, but still in a rustic setting. They have a very large amount of land, so there was lots of green space. The Hippo slide was an added bonus for my kids. We were in Site #1, which was a premium site, and were very near the slide and pool. I would return to this campground the next time I am in Williamsburg.
We pulled in to this park expecting an award winning KOA. No longer true. The park is located behind a large, abandoned truck stop and it felt unsafe. There were several worn out looking campers in the front of the park. At 6:00, all the owners pulled in after their day at work. My son witnessed one hanging out with no shirt and a bottle of whiskey. I didn't feel safe letting my kids use the restrooms or hanging out outside of the camper with these guys around. There were gnats swarming everywhere when you left the camper. We were registered for 2 nights, but left the next morning. The atmosphere was not family friendly, and I didn't want to leave my camper unattended in that location.