This was the last visit of a 4,800 mile trip to Zion National Park. We stayed here on the way back home, because we had our three year old daughter with us. I am not a big fan of the Jelly Stone parks but this one is well kept and is conveniently located next to the Grand Ole Opry. We were originally disappointed because we found out that Yogi Bear was not going to make an appearance until the following evening and we were staying only one evening. We causally inquired about the lack of his appearance at the office and within 30 minutes, Yogi made a personal appearance at our campsite which made our grand daughter's day. This was above and beyond and was in my opinion excellent customer service. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice park. The facilities are very well kept and the staff is very friendly. The only issue that I experienced is that the Wi-Fi connectivity is very poor and the cell phone service is spotty at best. I would expect both of these to be better for what we paid each night.
I have mixed feelings about this park. On one hand the staff is extremely friendly and helpful, the facilities are very well maintained and my 2 yr old grand daughter really enjoyed seeing Yogi Bear each evening we were here. The main issue that I have with this park really boils down to the spaces themselves. The sites are way too close together, and although they claim to have stream front sites you don't really get to enjoy this because they are so close together. We had to have our fan on all night to block out our neighbors that were up talking (in normal voices). The other issue that I have is that there is really no area to walk your pets. Their "pet walk" is directly in front of the park, right along the very busy state highway. In my opinion they are charging too much for what you get.
This is a beautiful campground located just outside of Charleston. It is very primitive and offers 20 amp electric and water hookups. The sites are designed for smaller pop-ups and trailers. Be aware that this campground is difficult to get to and you need to follow the state forest signs and not your GPS. The road to the campground is very narrow and steep. They do not recommend traveling with anything over 25'. On the way out the GPS took us a different route that contained very steep switch backs. There is no cell phone service in this campground and we had to drive to the entrance of the State Forest (4.7 miles) in order to make calls.
This was a clean, well kept campground. The staff was not overly friendly but directed us to our campsite. The sites are adequate size but are very close together. Not sure why it was more expensive than the other KOA campgrounds that we stayed at on our trip but this campground was not worth the $54.00 per night price they charged.
This is one of the best KOA campgrounds we have ever stayed in. From the moment we arrived, we noticed that the grounds were extremely well kept and that the park staff was extremely friendly. We had our 2 yr. old grand daughter with us and found that there was plenty for the kids to do. They had a hay ride on Saturday evening where the kids got to stop and feed the fish in the large pond. There was even a "Big Foot" sighting during the ride. We really enjoyed our stay here and will stay here again when traveling through the area.
This is a great campground. Built by the Army Corps of Engineers, most of the sites are right on the water. The sites are large, and paved with shade and plenty of privacy. The staff was very friendly and made some recommendations on what sites to choose. It looks like a great place to camp during the week as we were here in the middle of summer and there was really no one around, which is amazing since this is so close to the Atlanta Metro Area.
Very clean, well kept campground. The staff is professional and friendly and the sites are of adequate size. We stayed in the C section right on the larger lake and loved it. The site was literally a few feet from the water. Although you can't swim in the lake you can canoe or kayak and fish without a license. The restrooms and shower facilities were clean. The Wi-Fi reception was great from our site. This is a popular KOA and seemed to be very busy.
We loved this place. It is very quiet and secluded and is a very short distance off of the Blue Ridge Parkway. This is a family owned park and they were extremely nice, even offering to take us to our campsite and help back us in. The sites are gravel and level and unlike a lot of RV parks these days are somewhat private. They are very laid back here and easy going. The restrooms and showers were very clean and the overall grounds are very well kept. There is a rustic feeling about this place that makes you feel like you are in the Mountains. There is truly something to be said about a family owned RV park when it is done right! This is a must stay if you are traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Stayed here while making the trip down the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is literally 1 minute off the Parkway. The staff was extremely friendly, the sites were level and clean and we had plenty of shade. The restrooms were some of the cleanest we have ever seen. This is a must visit while on the Parkway.
We stayed on the Sound side, in site number 27 during this visit. When I first pulled in, I was a but upset to find out that our campsite was not very level and it took me some time to get the pop-up situated because of the deep sand. Once I did though the view was incredible. We were literally the only campers on that end, and were just steps from water. The staff was not very friendly but the restrooms and showers were very clean. We would stay here again.
While it is true there seem to be a large number of long term residents here, this park is very clean and quiet. The sites are large and level. The bathrooms are some of the cleanest we have ever seen at any RV park. The staff was friendly and courteous. We had great Verizon Internet connectivity here. We would stay here again.