The name says it all. This is a good campground for an overnight stay. It's benefit is it's proximity to the area. The downside starts with the airline flight patterns being right over the campground. The planes did drowned out the cars on I-40. The campground was clean and the sites were level (gravel). The Wi-Fi worked well. It was easy to navigate with a car in tow. It was cool to go to the Big Texan Steak Ranch via the free limo that will pick you up at the campground. I recommend the free 72oz steak (if you are able to eat the entire steak). Easy access to the interstate. I recommend for overnight stays.
This campground had level/gravel pull through sites and was excellent for us as we passed through Arkansas. The property had a lake and seemed like it would be a very pretty property once the grass and tree leaves turned green later in the year. The family owners were incredibly nice and very helpful in getting us checked in and located. The property was clean very easy to maneuver. I strongly recommend the property.
I know, it's Disney, but this is the best campground around. The bathhouses are top of the line with Corian sinks and showers, the lots are big and level and the services are typically Disney. When you go, spend the money and rent a golf cart if you didn't bring your bikes. The cart is great for getting to the movies at night, driving to the lake for boat transportation to the parks or simply driving around the grounds. Disney knows how to do it, there is nothing bad about this place.
As State Parks go, this one is great. I love the privacy of each site. There was a significant amount of tropical foliage growing around each site that created the privacy. The sites were HUGE. We only were able to stay one night but I can't wait to go back. Bath houses were clean. The entry road was very rough but we survived. If you are looking for a getaway, it is perfect.
First, you must understand, my standard for a 10 is Fort Wilderness at Disney. Tremont is a great campground. Its location can't be beat as it is at the entrance to the Smoky Mountain National Park. We camped in a 32' camper and had no problem navigating the campground. The lots are larger than traditional private campgrounds and the river lots have private decks. The lots are gravel which is probably bad in the summer but was fine in the fall. The staff was very helpful and polite. Previous complaints about the staff had to be by people who broke the rules. I like the rules. They are focused on making the stay of others pleasant. The bath houses are clean. You have to have a pass code to enter them. The lots are NOT level (it cost them a point). The store did not have tons of stock but the groceries and supplies were reasonably priced. My only other complaint is one that is consistent for most campgrounds. I have three children and the campground charges $3 per night for each child. With the premium rate already being charged, I hated paying the additional 18 bucks (another point). Overall, I love this campground, in the fall. I can't wait to return for a tubing adventure, on the river, in the summer.