Great park to stay for a few nights. The office stuff gave us virtual tour of all the attraction in the area and all the good places to eat. The site was nice and the services worked fine. Its about 50 miles from Yellowstone park. Will come back again.
Nice place to stay for a few nights. Great location close to town and park. Friendly staff. Only back in spots and not much space to park your tow. I would give it a 10 for the camp but the sites are very tight and not much space between. I will stay again.
Great place to stay for a few days. Friendly stuff. The pull through are long and wide with some of them are concrete base. They have a hot tub (Did not work when we were there. My 2nd stay and will come back again.
Camped here in the May before the season started. The camp is very small and the sites are very hard to get in. If its full you can not move in the park. It looks like they made the park from a vacant lot and tried to put as many spots that they can. The manager and his wife live in a fifth wheeler and are very rude. We had maybe 12” from our table to the next RV, and the table was on top of the sewer. I will not stay at this place again and will not recommend it not even for one night. There is a nice large campground (Lionshead RV Resort) on the other side of town at the same cost and much nicer and bigger.
We camped here for the weekend in a pull-through site with 50amps. Great park for short stay. The river is great for one hour canoeing for $5.00 an hour. Renting from the rangers office. The bathrooms are nice and clean. The small osprey lake has a nice beach: but swimming with the alligator ??? I will camp again in this park.
The park location is great, walking distance to the main street of Pigeon Forge. The camp is clean and nice. The price is very high. The sites long but very narrow, you are almost on your neighbor site and its hard to open the slide out. I was on a pull throw site that was very long, so I could park my car and my motorcycles on it.