This is a nice campground. Next to Camping World. Absolutely close to everything in Chattanooga. Across the street from a grocery store and good flea market. Easy in/out. Easy on/off I-75. Our rig is 45' and had no problem. Arrive early for a 50 amp and big rig site.
We had a pull-through site so maybe that was why an upcharge. We have a 45' motorhome and were able to navigate quite easily. Sites are packed gravel. Full sun. We would stay again. Just be sure to follow my directions to find the park. Do not follow the E. Old Mill Road directions, as that will take you to the backside of the park into a residential neighborhood. Their roads are very wide and you can turn down those streets to circle back, but who wants to. Here is what I suggest: Go South from highway exit on Pioneer Blvd. Turn left onto Hillside Dr. just before Smith's Express sign. This is the first light after exiting the highway. Turn right at the No Parking sign (a blue and yellow NEW RV PARK sign is on the corner). This is actually an entrance to the Smiths grocery store, but that's o.k. Turn left into the park. Blue and yellow signs all over the place. All of this is close to the highway exit so keep a sharp lookout. Enjoy the casinos.
We're back! Glad to be here again. Same as always, perfect. Management is friendly and on top of everything. Lots to do in the area. I will say it again: flat, level sites; easy in/out; restaurants in town; Verizon reception good, MiFi reception good, good free cable channels, good free internet. Don't miss this park.
This is a nice campground, but no sewer connection. Water and electric only. When driving through town, the street names are on 4' white poles, not street signs. Follow the brown sign to the Woodruff Dam campground. This is the only sign that will take you to the East Branch campground. We missed both and had to go around the block. The access road is perfect, but beware of the very steep descending hill to the camp sites. You will have to turn left or right at the base of the hill. If you want a water-side site then there is another hill down to the water area. We tipped badly and worried about scraping. All went well. It's a beautiful view of the lake. However, there are ants. They come inside. Bring spray and brush yourself off. Quiet. Paved roads, gravel sites with fire-ring, picnic table, and steps to the grass/water. Well lighted. There are a few pull thorough which we would have reserved if the lady at the 800 number had known about them. Always best to call the campground directly for info.
I hate to tell everyone about this RV park because then it will be booked solid. However, I can't keep the good news to myself. This park is perfect, or so nearly perfect that for the first time I have rated a park with a "10". Well-deserved rating. The moment you drive in you can see the neat and tidy appearance that tells you that someone cares. Everything is clean, inside and out. Nice office dog. Nice people. Lots to do in the area like Mammoth Cave, a must see. We stayed 2 nights because it was so nice. All sites are pull throughs. Flat and level. There is gravel, but it's the correct gravel so not dusty. Super easy in/out, on/off. Definitely will be coming back.
This is an absolutely beautiful park. Paved roads and sites. Brick detail work. Clean and neat as a pin. Office personnel very helpful. Accepts mail. Community buildings are huge and clean. We were here with a rally of 80 Prevost's and it was wonderful. The only thing that prevents a rating of 10 was the Verizon cell phone reception and internet. Park offers Wi-Fi but the park was full and the service was slow. NO CELL PHONE SERVICE. The park is beneath the cell tower and the beam just went over our heads. I could see the tower from my motorhome. Frustrating. Perfect access from the highway. Though close to the highway, no highway noise. Wide driveway for turning clearance and beautiful decor. Convenient to downtown Kerrville and Fredricksburg. Heated pool! Too bad about the Verizon service. Would have to stay here again if the rally goes back. Otherwise, need my cell phone and internet.
Access to this park was pretty good. Had to travel through the town of Somerset, but it was easy. No bridges. No tunnels. No steep hills, just little mounds. Out in the country and quiet. Very near to Falling Waters and Kentuck Knob and Ohiopyle. Lots to do in area. Could even drive to Ligonier for the day. No park lighting, so dark at night. There is a separate area for campers that leave their rig year round. We stayed in our 45' motorcoach and had no trouble navigating the park. The bathhouse is a little far away as is the pool and office. Each in a different direction. Maybe it works "in season." Everything in good repair. Would have preferred paved roads. Satellite TV came in well and Verizon cell phone reception was good. Used our own internet. Lady in office gives good directions. We would stay here again.
We were tired and couldn't find anywhere else to stay because we have a 45' motorhome and no one else could accommodate our size, or they were full. This place is transitioning from mobile homes to RV's. There wasn't a lot of swing room because residents had parked their cars on the roads that day. Our site was grass and not properly prepared for heavy coaches, but they were doing us a favor by giving us a site and could only put us on a non-big-rig site, all else was full. We did sink a bit, but the owners brought gravel and it was easy to get out. 95% are currently permanent residents or pipeline workers, and so are long term, but temporary. Easy access from Rt. 30 and easy access to the highways and local attractions. The owners are very friendly and have high hopes of making it a big rig facility. There are no common facilities at this time so you need to be self-contained. Nothing fancy. It seemed to be a safe location. The residents were quiet. Satellite TV and Verizon cell service were good. We stayed 3 days.
This campground is well maintained by all of the workampers. Access is very easy right off the main road. Just 2.5 miles north of The Villages. There is an activity during the day and an activity at night. Heated pool! Other RV'ers were very nice. Upscale group of people. Mostly larger motorhomes or 5th wheels.
This CG is beat. No one staying here. We were 1 of 2 rigs. Pool water is green. Benches broken. Picnic tables broken. No exterior lighting. Scary. On top of a mountain. Single lane driveway for access. From Rt. 340 there is a major rise to driveway which may/has scraped many a vehicle. Deep scrapes in road attest to this. No Verizon cell or internet service. Paid way too much. No 50 amps. Only 30 amps. Not returning.
This is an old-time Florida campground. It is bordered on both sides by canals from the Suwannee River. Many Live Oak trees with dripping moss. In fact, too many trees. Trees growing in the middle of campsites. Holes in the gazebo's roof which isn't getting fixed. No one is doing maintenance. No one is doing landscaping unless the camper wants to do it himself. Lots of permanent residents. A group of winter guests are holding on and trying to make the best of it. This park is in disrepair and it's a shame. The owners live on-site and are nice enough, but don't do anything. And don't bother asking them to do anything. This is a do-it-yourself park. Bathrooms are broken. One toilet may work. Dock is falling into canal. The only thing positive is that they have good satellite TV reception and good Verizon reception. We stayed 1 month and won't return.
This was a surprisingly nice park. Our 45' rig pulled in easily. They have many pull-through sites. There is a restaurant that is very popular. Workers and campers were very nice. Most of the park is filled with older permanent residents. Very quiet, no activities. I would return for a few nights.
Very well run park. Right in the city so close to any store you could want. The workampers run a tight ship here and everything is spotless. Bathrooms were clean. Landscaping was perfect. Not a leaf on the ground. Lots of pride at this park. I already have my reservation for next year.