What a wonderful kept secret!!! This little campground is close enough to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge but still quiet and in the country. Very peaceful for the 6 days we stayed here in our 42 ft MH towing a 20 ft utility trailer. We were on a 50A site with very stable power and the facilities were great. We would recommend this park to anyone in the Western Smokies area and will definitely return.
This park is not easy to find despite the directions. It is very rural with about 10 miles of narrow yet paved county roads. Once into the park, the sites are quite generous, easily accommodating a big rig towing a trailer with an extra vehicle. The biggest detractors for the park (also touted as the biggest attraction for others) is the miniature steam engine train that makes multiple trips daily accompanied with shrill train horns and because of the very rural location, the neighboring properties cows were quite odoriferous.
Overpriced and old. Unpaved interior roads were narrow, dusty and difficult to maneuver for a big rig. Pull through sites were narrow and utilities poorly located. The park nickels and dimes you to death with a parking fee for an additional vehicle. Not a park I would ever stay at again, would rather spend the night dry camping in a truck stop.
This is an absolutely wonderful park. Although interior roads are unpaved, the separate areas, large expanses of grass areas and long level pull through sites make for very comfortable stays. The continual Mississippi River tugboat activity makes for very relaxing and enjoyable entertainment. The staff is knowledgeable, helpful and accommodating to every need. The Wi-Fi was disappointing though.
Don’t be fooled by this park’s website. The industrial location in the Harbor area does little for one’s sense of security although there is on site security and after hours security gates. The layout of their 105 sites makes the most use of their real-estate with minimal utility for RVs. The office staff is clearly not knowledgeable of big rig maneuverability nor site capabilities – trying to assure us that a 40 ft MH with 20 ft trailer and an additional vehicle would fit in a 20 x 40 ft pull through which required a 120 degree tight turn to access. Wi-Fi was marginal at best.
This is supposedly the premier park in OKC but being located in the apex of the intersection of I-35 and I-44 with an extremely busy surface street forming the triangle made for an extremely noisy stay, 24/7 road noise. Park is on a side hill with a number of pull throughs where anything over a 10’ travel trailer would certainly high center. Wi-Fi might as well have been non existent. All in all, a forgettable stay and park to which we will not return.
The Wi-Fi signal strength is the biggest pro – rock solid with generous bandwidth. Although clean and tidy, this park is anything but Big Rig Friendly with extremely narrow, pothole strewn roadways and unreasonably sharp corners requiring us to back up in order to make the radius of the turn. Policy forbade use of on board washers yet had only 3 washers and dryers for the 66 sites.