Came under Coast to Coast. Assigned OK campsite, but treated as interloper when I complained and asked to change. Was offered 2 terrible sites as alternates. Kept the assigned spot. Restroom & shower only OK. Nice pool. Very small site. Could not get reception on Dish Network but I was at the bottom of the hill between the entrance drive and the county road - glad I didn't have small children. Water was muddy off and on all week. Campfires only allowed in raised fire pits. Mostly quiet & pleasant. Trolley pickup and drop off every 15 minutes is good option.
Camping experience there was good - not great. Sites are not level, Wi-Fi is very weak. No cable. Direct TV reception is good, Dish Network is tough to lock in. Sat AM breakfast was excellent. Friendly members and staff. For $30 a night, it is a good deal. We were initially given a free night for taking the sales tour (one hour). However, we joined under promise in contract with new owners that we'd have no maintenance fees for life. Just got a bill for $150 in fees. They changed the rules. This is not a bad place to stay, but be very careful joining. They'll tell you about a water park coming, and several other campgrounds that you will eventually have access to. Turns out they've been saying that for quite a while. Only count on what you see. Expect a contract concern in the future.
Friendly staff, paved road in changes to gravel for the last quarter mile, very tough angle to turn into the campground. Only a handful of people there, cold pool, very small store. Would recommend for those in pop ups with small children looking for quiet place to spend a few days. Nearby Bryson City Railroad is great day trip for the kids; also near by river rafting & tubing.
Gravel road & sites, nearly level, friendly staff, many improvements & expansion underway (additional sites, ball field, outdoor theater), very close to NC Zoo and Seagrove Potters; good value for above average campground. We'll camp here again soon.