This is a membership resort, we were invited to visit and listen to the sales pitch. I remember this CG from the 60's when it was called Hillside Haven. It is larger then I remember, but for the most part, still the same. I gave it a low overall rating over the pool. We have small kids, under 10, and they did not know about the "Adult Swim" times. They were told to leave the pool. I had to listen to kids complain that they were not allowed to swim. I did not buy into Thousand Trails, and may never do so now.
The cost of camping does not include a $5.00 car pass. There are very limited full hookup sites, most of the sites are level. We camped in a 36' motor home and did not have a problem, even on the electric only sites. The roads are paved, but the sites are gravel. The park has 100 sites, of those 100 sites, 10 have full hookup with 50A electric, 80 have 30A service only. We would stay here again.
Stayed overnight, while there are not "pull-thru" sites, the park was fairly empty, except for the long term users, I saw only three others just passing thru. The pool was being repaired, so we did not use it, the management was very friendly, quite a change from previous KOA experiences.
This park is a nice place to stop for an overnight. It is truly "big rig friendly", but it lacks kid friendly activity. No pool, no playground. The spaces are tight, there is a common "fire pit" and covered area for a group to meet, but no fire rings at the sites. The park is very new, so the trees are still saplings. There is a very active rail line along the back of the park, trains run about every twenty-two minutes, but the only time I heard a train whistle was when the deer were on the tracks. This seems to be a common activity in the early morning and early evening. WiFi is pretty consistent since the park is small, but the park admin do not know anything about how it works.
We stayed here on a recommendation, and I was very glad I took the recommendation. The place was extremely clean, the gravel roads were watered daily to keep the dust at a minimum, we stayed in the "older half" and had huge shade trees, which were very welcome since the temps in August were in the HIGH 90's. The park is located on the Pigeon Forge/Sevierville border so it is close to the action in Pigeon Forge as well as Sevierville. The sites are wide, perhaps even twice as wide as the sites found in parks closer to town. I found that the WiFi had several nodes placed around the park, and never had a problem getting access. If I could find any fault, it would be that the trolley does not run thru the park, but neither does normal traffic, unlike a couple parks in Pigeon Forge.
This place is BIG! 500+ sites, all nice, clean, and level. The grass is mowed often, each site has at least 30A service, most have recently installed 50A service. No sewer hookup, but there is a dump station. The camp ground has a nice creek running thru it, and is a favorite with the kids where they can fish and catch crayfish. The common mode of transportation thru the park is the golf cart, but they do not allow GASOLINE powered carts. Fletcher OH is 6 miles east of I-75 on US36 (exit 82). The place is packed on the Memorial Day weekend, and the following weekend for the Antique Tractor Show and Flea Market.