This is a nice park, but I had two problems with it which resulted in my low rating. First, I tried calling, repeatedly, for two days, just to make sure that they would have an open site. No one ever answered the phone, but instead they gave you a voice mail box in which to leave a message, stating that they would return the call. They never returned any of my calls. We finally decided to get off I-75 and actually drive to the park, hoping that they had a site available. They did, and in fact, there were only two other RV's there, so I don't know how they could have been too busy to answer the phone, or to return phone calls. Second, most parks restrict the camping areas to campers, and tell day users to keep out and utilize the day use areas only. Not here. Although there were only a total of three RV's sites in use, including mine, the camping area was packed with people using the sites for picnics, playing ball, using the playground, and driving around and around while blasting their stereos. In fact, two sites that I was interested in were being used by picnickers, so I had to pass them by. All in all, the park is nice, but is in need of new management to make it a bit more camper friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well groomed, very nice park with paved spaces far enough apart to provide some privacy. Sites mostly level, some with big trees. No pull-throughs. Clean restrooms and very nice play areas. Small lake with paddle boat rentals. Register at the boat office. Stayed here one night on my way through Tennessee. Would like to come back and stay longer. The only negative is lots of tame ducks, which is nice, but you have to watch your step some places to avoid the droppings. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came to this campground expecting to stay overnight, and we stayed for five nights. This is a beautiful park, with large sites, plenty of green grass and a view of the mountains. There are picnic tables and fire rings at each site, a paved walking trail, and pond with pedal boats for rent. There is a swimming pool although I did not see it. The campground makes a good base camp for excursions to attractions in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a well-kept secret by the citizens of Jellico. I think they like to keep it for themselves. We found it when we had a mishap with our tow dolly and had to stay somewhere while waiting to get it repaired. It is a very nice, friendly park. The sites are large, clean, and well maintained. The people are friendly and will help with anything you need help with. We stay every time we travel near it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second stay here. Both times were good experiences. Clean campground and a nice quiet place. No sewer, but there is a dump station. There were a couple of sites that looked like Handicapped sites (level gravel areas rather than grass). One of these spots appeared to be a pull thru (parallel to the road). They weren't marked as such, but as they have a handicappped discount I think they are trying to make accommodiations for them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Quiet and peaceful in a country setting. No reservations accepted. Paved road, paved sites, and paved walking trail next to a small lake. We camped here in a Truck Camper.