Some sites were narrow/some long. Campground is clean, bathrooms are clean. Older campground well kept up. Some seasonal. Like the sites on the stream. Takes pets, very particular about cleaning up after them which is fine by me because I do anyhow. No pool. Little conference facilities. Will come back again. Owners/operators are very nice. Rally s welcome.
Run, don't walk away from this campground. This was the worst ever seen in the 44 years of camping I have done. Sites are way too close together, couldn't get awning up. Even the little TT where having difficulty. You could hear your neighbors do anything. The front of the sites are on a county road so you have to back in your site (private) from a county road. Having children play or ride bikes and feel safe is an issue and the campsite is too small to move around. The county road leads too 2 separate busy main roads in the county. Could not access stream from campsite, sign posted to go to main entrance near bridge. Spk2 to neighbor who stated they came there for years, in the last few years did renovations to campground made campsites smaller/closer...they were not coming back again. Sad.
Clean bathrooms, campground, pool, laundry. Has a group fire pit and all out kitchen/conference room for rally s / parties/etc. Trash pickup everyday at 10 a.m. Playground/basketball for kids. Some sites were level, shaded, cemented. It is about 15 miles from Gatlinburg and I40. Back roads take you to Dollywood/Pigeon Forge/Seiverville quicker/easier then going the main strip. Owners very accommodating, helpful, and nice. Last few days we were there we kept smelling septic odor (down by sites 18-22) but no where else in campground. There was no water (besides pool) which my dogs could play in. Some seasonal/full-time people (wouldn't know it) and some sites back up to main road but buffered by trees.
The CG was clean, people friendly. The only problem was that some sites had a bad dip in the center of them which made backing in TT or other rigs hit ground, other sites were opposite of what your entrance / exit door is from camper, and the some sites were tricky to back into. Noticed lots of groves from bottoming out on the ground. Beach was nice. ADA spots were accessible. Playground. People drove by too fast on paved road which was scary with children on bikes.
2 playgrounds for kids, pond to swim and fish (though no fish were biting), clean, hiking trails, hayrides, out in middle of no-where but close to all the fun outdoor things to do...Desoto Falls, Dukes Creek, Vogel State park, Alexanders, Brasstown Bald, etc, etc.
Good things: very clean restrooms, clean park, friendly staff, lots of trash cans throughout campground, cable-TV. Not so Good things: not all lots level/gravel sites when it rains strong majority are under water; septic and water hook-up 1 foot to 3 foot apart (too close); river is 450 feet or more from campsites; lots of rule with threats of fines for anything you do wrong; no shade (park is young, but still not enough trees planted for each site when developed); fire rings too high to enjoy a good old fashion campfire; expense/overpriced for what you get and what they have too offer (steep additional charges for more then 2 people, TV and TT) campground did have Wi-Fi, pool, pavilion, volleyball court, laundry room, and playground (did not use); had strong water pressure and must use a converter (was not told at check in we had to fill tank use water pump; however, the park attendant was very accommodating next day to let us borrow one); no activities for kids. Fishing license in Tennessee for out of state resident is very high so we did not fish. ($32 for 3 days per person). I am neutral on this one. Good for just overnight stays or travel throughs, not for long haul vacation. Good SAM club.