We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. We were fortunate to have a site at the bottom of the campground that was in the open and fairly flat. Except for those sites (approximately 10) this is not a satellite friendly location. Management is working hard to keep this place in shape. Great for kids. About 20 miles from groceries.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. The Coast to Coast sites are called the Courtyard. Those sites are level and easy to back into. Half of these sites are satellite friendly. Verizon cell service was nonexistent. We would come back as an overnight if we had to.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. Coast to Coast sites are mixed within the park models and other types of rigs in this place. This is a huge weekend get-a-way place for residents. Not at all satellite friendly. Very poor Verizon cell service. A long and dusty drive from the main gate to our site. When you leave your site, take the map with you. You'll need it. We found FREE WiFi down the road at Ray N Charles Deli. We would stop here again only in an emergency.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. The RV sites are separated from the cabins which makes it very nice. Some sites are difficult to level. Verizon cell service was usable. Some sites are satellite friendly. Cable TV is $2/night and bring a very long cable. Free Laundry! A very nice park, fairly close to tourist activities.
We stayed at this park as Coast to Coast members. This place is terrible! Upon arrival, we couldn't find the office (there isn't one) and had to flag someone down after driving through the park to find the manager. This park has been taken over by permanent campers and it looks terrible. This is not a place for a traveler. Too many quads making too much noise and going too fast. We didn't see one dog on a leash. We will definitely not be returning to this place. If you need a place to spend the night, go into Pipestem where you will find other campgrounds.
We stayed at this park as Coast to Coast members. This ia a very nice resort in a beautiful setting. Many of the sites have a deck (all are showing signs of aging). Sites are level with cement pads. Good Verizon cell service. Few sites are satellite friendly. WiFi is available in the Great Hall. Cable is not free. Entrance road to park is narrow so use caution on this road. We would definitely return to this park.
Some of the sites facing Jonathan Creek are difficult to level. Large sawmill operation across the highway is quite noisy at times. Otherwise, this is a great destination for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We will definitely return to this park. Less that half of the sites are satellite friendly but cable and WiFi are available.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. The park itself is made up of approximately 50 plus sites. maybe 30 of them that are usable. The sites are graveled and level. Free WiFi. Laundry facilities were clean. Cell phone service was good. Some sites are satellite friendly. $10 deposit for restroom key. This park is about 20 miles south of Crossville off of highway 127. Call for directions before traveling to the resort! It will make finding the park a lot easier. Park managers were quite helpful with local attractions and maps. If travel time to the resort from I40 is not a concern, we will visit this park again.
The area here is just fantastic! Caves, Caves and more Caves! Don't miss Diamond Caverns just a walk across the road! Most of the sites are difficult to level your rig. All sites have been graveled. Limited distance free WiFi in the Pavilion. Good cell reception. Most sites are satellite friendly. Campground staff and host were very friendly and helpful. Propane is available at the park. Good laundry facilities. We will certainly return to this park.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. Coast to Coast members cannot use sites with sewer hookup! There are only 10 sites available to Coast to Coast members. A dump station is available nearly 1/2 mile from the sites. This is a very beautiful place. Beautiful lodge. Horse stables with trail riding available. The Appalachian Trail is within 15 minutes driving time. Dahlonega GA is within minutes driving time. While we were here, all non-Coast to Coast member sites were occupied by vacant RV's. It appears that most of the sites are privately owned. 5 of the 10 Coast to Coast sites were also occupied by vacant RV's. Nearly 20 additional sites were being constructed while we were here. There is no cell phone service nor TV antenna service in this area. This a very satellite friendly park. If traveling to this resort, call for instructions on avoiding the extremely sharp turns in the resort's main entrance. Use Yahoola Road intead. For a short stay, we would return to this resort!
We stayed here as Coast to Coast Members. This is a beautiful park. Almost all sites have a great patio/deck, all built by work campers. Beautiful large lodge at top of the hill. The paved roads inside the park are steep but drivable. We walked the park every day we were there. Great exercise. This park is mostly not satellite friendly. But with free WiFi and $2/day cable, not a problem. Verizon cell service marginal. We would certainly stay here again.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. Most sites are on terraced pads that are difficult at best to get into. There are a few pull thru sites but they appeared to be mostly un-level. Other than the difficulty in accessing the sites, this is a nice park. Greensboro, Madison and Eatonton all very close. We would stay here again. Verizon Cell service was good to excellent. Some sites are satellite friendly. We didn't use the park WiFi so not sure what the cost was.
This a nice park. We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. While here in February, the park was nearly empty. Many overnighters on their way south. Upon arrival, we were told that we must wear a pink wrist band at all times. No way! We did see others wearing them. The restrooms and showers were spotless. Only 2 washers and dryers, housed in an open area of the comfort station. Excellent exercise room with very good equipment. Most sites are pull-thru and level. Verizon cell service marginal. Very satellite friendly. This is a place to bring the kids. Santee (outlet stores), Summerton and Manning SC all very close.
Nice little park. A little crouded but comfortable. When you follow the park's rules, you'll get along fine with the park's hosts. We were asked to move the front of our couch 6" to the right so that we were perfectly inline with another rig. Oh well, not a problem! They did have WiFi but appeared to not work at the time we were there. 2 washers and 2 dryers at $1.50 each, no laundry after 5:00pm. A satellite friendly place. Verizon wireless worked well. We would return to this park.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members. The sites allocated to C2C are difficult to maneuver into and out of. The remainder of the park appears to be very nice, big rig friendly and openness for those with satellite TV or Internet. The laundry facilities left a lot to be desired. 3 out 8 washers were not working and a fourth washed with hot water only. Dryers were 5 minutes per quarter. Way over priced. We would stay here again, but probably not as C2C members.
An outstanding RV park! The staff were very accommodating when we pulled in. The battery was dead in our tow vehicle and they provided us with one of their pull-throughs. All sites were level. We will stay here again.
A lot has changed since the previous reviewer posted. Half of the 30 sites are now only accessable through a very large erosion ditch going down one side of the access road. We wouldn't even attempt those sites in our motorhome. Although we went through 2 nights of tornado watches, the worst part of our stay there was Camp Shelby. Our final night we were awoke at 1:30am by 2 very large explosions from heavy artillery from the camp. Obviously way off course. We were again jolted out of bed at 4:30am by 2 more shells, this time much closer. Even though we had our jacks down, our coach rocked more than 12 inches by the concussion of the blasts. One more and we were ready to call 911 to have the shelling stopped (as we would have been pulling out!). We didn't get much sleep that night. A rustic beauty of a place but we will not be returning to this place!
Once inside the resort, the road turns to dirt. The dirt road is a much better road than the paved road! Approximately 1 1/2 miles from the entrance. Some sites do not have sewer hookups. During our stay, we were 1 of only 4 visitors to the resort. The resort had no working laundry facilities. Apparently, locals abused the use of the machines and they were removed. The day we left, water pressure dropped off to a trickle. There were irregularly scheduled security patrols, much appreciated. The sites were cement pads and pretty much level.
We stayed in this park the week after Thanksgiving. This place is just outstanding! Unbelievably, there were less than 10 of us in this huge RV park. We would return here in a heart beat. Very nice place. The $8 rate is a Coast to Coast rate.
We really enjoyed the quiet this park provides. The park itself needs a lot of TLC and seems to suffer erosion problems from summer rains. We would definitely come back to this park. No free WiFi. The park is in two sections, one without trees and one with a lot of trees. There were 2 dumpsters but as far away from the sites that they could be placed. Bring your leveling blocks, long water hoses and long power cables. The park appeared to be full while we were here.
We stayed here 3 nights. We made the reservations thinking that it was a Coast to Coast park but it was a Good Neighbor Park. 32 sites with 1 pull through. Creeping place! No, we would never stay here again! Appears to be many permanent residents. After arrival, not once did we see anyone managing the park. Using the directions to the park, watch for low hanging limbs on the city street approaching this place. Surprisingly, this place had free WiFi.
A bit hard to maneuver in a motorhome. Most sites are very unlevel. Our front tires are off the ground. I-25 noise diminishes at night. Great access to local attractions! Park information indicates that the park is open until Oct 15th but we were told upon arrival that the water was being turned off on Oct 6th and now Oct 10th. We occupied one of the "N" sites with good clear view of the southern sky for TV and Internet access.
Entering the park requires you to drive over what is almost a curb. Exiting is the same. Drive slowly over this but watch for oncoming traffic. Loud train just north of the park with a lot of activity during the night time. Staff was very friendly and helpful with directions. Two internet connections available, one in the laundry room and one in the adult club house.