We stayed here for a few nights and really enjoyed our stay. I do think the bathhouse could use some updating for example, making the shower stalls larger and provide more room to place items. There is a larger shower area on the side of the office/store. I wished I would have known that earlier. You are close to Opryland Hotel a must see, and many great restaurants in the area. Also, don't miss The Fontanel Mansion tour its fabulous. Its the former home of Barbara Mandrell. I also suggest Tommy's tour which picks you up at the campground and is worth the $25.00.
Nice place to stay for a few days and visit Ruby Falls, The incline, Rock City, and Downtown Chattanooga. The only negative I would give is there is a major ant problem, but its not the campgrounds fault. Just bring some spray and traps and you will be fine. There is a brand new Dollar General across the street and a Pepperidge Farm outlet within walking to both. We will stay again if in the area.
This is the perfect overnight campground to stay at. The bathrooms are really clean and have a nice fragrance to them. Plus, there is music piped in there as well. Has lots of grassy areas to walk your pets. This was the second time we stayed here and it won't be the last.
This is the second time we stayed here, and I think it's the last. When I was doing laundry behind the office, I believe I saw (an illegal activity) go down right outside of the laundry room. I was by myself and far from my campsite and was very uncomfortable with the situation going on. I was sure glad they left right away. I know it's not the campground's fault, but I like to feel safe when away from home. The one thing positive I can say about this place is they do have immaculately clean bathrooms.
We spent a week here exploring the island and upper peninsula. This campground is close to the the ferry boats and city. This KOA could use some gravel on their sites, but overall a nice campground. Be aware the showers are unisex and there could be a long wait for them since there's only 6 stalls. If in the area again I would stay here.
We stayed at this KOA for a couple of days to visit family in the area. We enjoyed the newness of the campground but, the one thing I didn't like was the rocky grounds and lack of grass. I understand its a new park so maybe the grass hasn't come in. Other than that we would come back.
This is a small campground about 14 miles south of Nashville. They have paved roads and a large grassy area to walk your dog. The bathroom and laundry areas were very clean. They do have alot of long term tenants but they were friendly and didn't pose a threat. The only thing I didn't care for was some of the sites were buddy-sites where you face your neighbor awning to awning. That was a little awkward especially when you have a dog and they had a cat. If you want to be closer to downtown and The Opryland Hotel: I would stay at one of the campgrounds on Music Valley Drive.
We only spent one night on our way home to Ohio from Florida.Not a bad place to stay but highway noise is very evident. Bathrooms need updating but they were clean. Some permanent residents have trailers that looked very cluttered. We would stay here again if needed.
Stayed here 5 nights to tour all the Mayberry sites. It's a nice place to stay but not much in amenities like a pool or playground. The only negative I would give is that there is only one shower and two toilets with a shower curtain for a door in the ladies room bath house. I never had a problem waiting for either since most of the units staying there was self contained. Do yourself a favor and eat at The Depot restaurant in Dobson. Great food at reasonable prices.
A very nice KOA close to the interstate. All the campground workers were friendly and gave great tips on what to see and where to eat. The only negatives I would give is the sites are sandy so you track a lot in your unit. Also, there are no grassy sites so you have to walk your dog along route 17 with alot of traffic going by.
Not a bad place to stay for a few days. The bathrooms are very neat and clean. I agree with the previous review about the shower heads. Located close to the historic district and Publix grocery store is near by. There are many permanent residents here who do not leash or pick up after their dogs.
What a nice place, we stayed for a week and really enjoyed it, they have a nice campstore with reasonably priced souvenirs. There is a metro bus that picks up tourists and takes you to the train into D.C. how convenient. I will go back if I'm in the D.C. area again.
Don't let the pictures fool you on their website. lets see where do I begin, when we arrived we were put on a lot with a steep hill we couuldn't level our camper even with a floor jack my husband took out of his truck, you would think they would offer us some blocks or something. How about the showers they are fanatics about conserving water you have to push a knob on the faucet and it lasts abount 30 secs, so keep pushing the button to get all the shampoo out of your hair. Also, there is a single mother with children in the back that lives in a mobile home on the property and we were told to put our valuables away when we left our unit since they are little thieves. Hopefully they updated the place since they switched to a KOA in 2004.
This is a nice koa. Newer bathhouse was clean. Close to the opryland hotel and they offer tours at the front desk. There is a large barn on site that offers musicians a chance to play for a crowd. Nashville is a fun city lots to do. Will come again.
This is a nice little campground, not far from the Rt. 90 turnpike. The only drawback is if you plan on visiting the RV factories for tours be aware that they are on plant shutdown the week of the 4th of July and no tours are offered. We will return if we are in the area again.
Very large and busy campground. Nice store and pool. employees were very helpful with sightseeing tours. Lots to do in the area. We really enjoyed Plymouth and its not far from camp. Would stay here again if in Mass.
This is a nice park to stay at and it is very resonable. We stayed 7 days with 3 adults and the totalwas $201, tax and all. Can't beat that. Showers large and roomy with plenty of hot water. There are two grocery stores within 2 miles of the park. Will stay again when visiting friends in Woodbridge, Va. Also offer good sam disc.
This is a horrible campground not very well kept. Shower stalls are very small and had black mold on the grout. Fire rings are in the ground so no air can flow to start a fire. All sites are shady and without grass. Overpriced for a campground that offers nothing.