The Nashville, Tenn KOA is the first to realise the need for fun and ease for dogs. There are 2 separately fenced in areas with agility equipment. The equipment is not regulation size but its still fun. There are benches in each gated area to let the dogs run and romp while you relax a bit. I could only hope that the other KOAs take note and also have future plans for a similar area for dogs. Many people vacation with there pets and this one of the best there is. Sites are average size and the rest rooms are clean. I would recommend the Nashville, Tenn KOA to all.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed at. Large sites, friendly staff and clean campground. The campground is huge. The only complaint I have is that I thought there was free WiFi. When I went to get on line in the evening, I had to sign up and pay for the service by the hour. The charge was 2.99 per hour. I opted to pass on that. The cable TV wasn't working very well when we first got there, but the staff had worked on it for 2 days straight through the park and it finally came in clear. We would definitely go back to this campground and next time we're going to request the premium site with the concrete slab and wire mesh patio furniture. The regular sites are equally as nice too. Would recommend this KOA to everyone.
The site was small and very hard to maneuver in getting our 38.5' fifth wheel into the site. Each site faces the neighboring site, so when you step out in the morning your greeted by your neighbor in a facing site. The water spigot for both our site and out neighboring site was "under" our slide. Between slides of our and the neighbors, it wasn't more than 1 foot. Concrete pull through and back in sites were larger but left vacant and never offered at the office. Lady in the office didn't seem to care either way if we liked it or not. I took pictures of the "close" quarters if anyone is interested. Very dissatisfied with Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg KOA!