We have been coming here the last couple of years for their boo bash in October with a group of friends. Lots of stuff for the kids to do including trick or treating, bounce houses, crafts, and contests. The bathhouses are just slightly better than a state park bathhouse. The sites are giant with 2 spots to park your cars. Only a few of the sites are reservable, the rest are first come first served. It has become a great way for us to end our camping season.
The bathrooms were really clean, and well taken care of. We were here right after Easter, and they were empty. They started filling up on Thursday night. We stayed on site 1 so that we could be next to the playground for our kids. During the day there was a good amount of road noise, but it quieted down at night (I was aware of the road when I booked the site). The sites on the river were really tight. Like other people have said it would be hard to get larger units in when the park is full and cars are parked along the roads. We weren't in the campground a lot, spent most of our time out hiking in the national forest, and visiting Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. Overall it was a nice campground.
Nice little family campground in the middle on some cornfields. Our kids had a blast playing on the bounce pillow and playground. They had a nice long wagon ride in the evening thru the woods. The Full hook-up sites were really narrow, but the other sites seemed a good size.
This is a really nice State park. Most sites are a good size. We only saw a couple that looked small. It has a nice beach and lake for swimming and boating in. Our kids loved ridding their bikes around the campground and playing in the playground. The only downside was that the mosquitoes were horrible during this trip. We have been there a couple of other times and the mosquitoes were not this bad. We plan on going back again.
The campground was OK. Most sites are very narrow. Our site had a nice common area for the kids to play in behind the campers. There were no fire rings, we were told to just have a fire on the ground and not burn the place down. Everybody was friendly. There were a couple of small play areas for the kids. If you like to take your boat with you while you camp this is a great place for you.
This is the second time that we have been here. It seems to be all about the seasonals. We showed up to a site that was under water (and they knew it, because one of the seasonals who was hanging around the front office said he was waiting to see who would get that site). We had to go back and ask to be moved. We were then moved to a site that was so small that we couldn't fit, and it required over 150 feet of power and water cable (I do carry 50 with me). The third site that they gave us was ok, until it rained that night and turned into a lake. There were golf carts racing around the park all day and night. People were yelling and screaming till about 1:30am. Then just to top off my weekend, the water didn't work at the dump station to clean up. I will not be going back.