Camping at Disney is great but I expected more. The campground is very clean with many things to do. However, the campground is spread out. You will need a bicycle or golf cart to get around in the campground or you will be at the mercy of Disney transportation. Camp sites are close together and somewhat small. The roads are very narrow and at times tough to navigate. It is costly for what you get but there is no better place to stay while visiting Disney.
Great Park that is in a great location for overnight. Easy in and out. Large paved sites that were big enough for us not to have to unhook the truck pulling a 34 ft travel trailer. We will stay here again on our way to Disney.
Let me start by saying the owners of the campground are very accommodating and keep everything exceptionally clean. However, the campground becomes very dark at night because many of the lights throughout the campground are not working. Also, there are many low hanging branches and narrow roads. We had trouble getting our 34ft travel trailer in and out with out scratches and dents. This is a great park for tent trailers and small RV's; however, if your unit is over 25ft it is very tight.
This location and campground is great for a short stay. The creek is very cold and a little rough for small children. Our site backed up to the creek and the facility has no cable available on these sites. Sites near and on the creek are level with small gravel for parking. The campground roads are dusty. Many places to visit in the area. We would stay here again if in the area.
This is our second stay in this campground. Grounds are very clean and well maintained. The park has paved roads and gravel sites with a concrete patio. Sites are small but large enough for the larger RV's. We will probably use this campground again when in the area.
This campground is OK for an over night stop. It is very close to I95 which gives some road noise. There are also trains near which also give some noise. Not far from historic Savannah. Interior roads were a little dusty and the pine trees are not friendly to the finish on your tow vehicle or RV.
We camped here for a short weekend get away to allow the children to go sledding at Beach Mountain. I understand why the previous post said dusty, dusty, dusty. When we were there it rained and it was muddy, muddy, muddy. The sites were very small and unlevel. The sites are covered with gravel, however, get off of the gravel and you are in the mud. We camped right on the river which is the only positive about this camp ground. This place is not big rig friendly. We do not have a big rig and it was not friendly to us in a 34 ft travel trailer. This place is OK for smaller units if you do not mind the mud and when it is dry the dust. We like to camp in cleaner areas.
Very clean park that seems to be one of the newer parks in the area. Close to all attractions in Pigeon Forge. The cable on our site was not working when we arrived but was fixed early the next morning. One negative is that the sites are very narrow. Positives include concrete patio, clean gravel to park on and neetly maintained grassy areas. We would stay here again when in the area.
This was our second visit to Stone Mountain State Park and the campground. The park has a lot to offer; however, the campground needs some improvement. During our visit the sewer backed up and over flowed. The campground also has large trees that have large nuts that will pound the top of your RV with the slightest wind or rain. We now have a cracked vent from the relentless droping of these nuts. We will return to the campground but not during the fall when these nuts are beginning to fall from the trees.