Very well kept RV park, every thing in it's place. Nightly fee of $34, plus $2.00 50 amp, $2.00 cable, and $2.50 air/heat seemed a little high. There was a 10% discount I believe for Good Sam. Would stay again.
We have stayed here several times before and really like the quietness. Water and electric was all we were able to secure but no problem. Staff was friendly as usual. We will return when we visit family again.
The staff worked us in to a 3 site pull thru so we did not have to unhook our toad. I thought $29 was a little on the high side for water and electric only. Looked to have many seasonal campers. Would probably stay again if need to.
We called ahead for a site around 3:30pm to arrive around 5:30 or so. We were told the office would be open until 8:30. We had stayed there before in 2006. I almost fell over when I was told the fee was $35. This included full hook up on uneven gravel, no cable, no WiFi, just the basics. I talked with the person beside my site only to find out they were charged $30. I inquired at the office and was told they had made reservations and that's why their fee was $30. I questioned the rate increase from $28 to $35 in one year. Now get this...I was told that Trailer Life recommended them to raise their rates. The majority of the sites appeared to be permanent residents and I told the office I thought they catered to the permanents. This campground will be on our list as one NOT to stay at again.
We stayed at this park before the Catrina hurricane. Our stay this time was as great as it was before. Our time in the Casino payed for our three nights camping. The staff was very friendly, shuttle bus came by every 15 min. to take us to the Casino. The area is recovering nicely.
We stayed at the park before and really enjoyed our stay. The staff was friendly and appeared they really wanted our business. The beauty and quietness of the park was great. We will stay again when in the area.
After reading numerous negative reports about Dixie Cavern Campground my wife and I avoided it like the plague. We were on our way from Pidgeon Forge and wanted to visit with a relative in Roanoke. The only campground around was, you guessed it, Dixie. The thought was if we did not feel safe and comfortable we would move on. We were asked if we had reservations, a football game was in the area. The staff were very friendly and had 2 spaces, one having a tree limb in the way. We were told to use the one that would fit our coach, 40', and use the other for our toad. There was full hookup with 50 amp, water was only 20 psi, but not a problem. We would definitely stay again for a night or two.