Great shady location for tubing on the Pigeon River. Besides the outter and middle sites, they have around 35 spacious water front full hool-up sites on an active portion of the creek that have substantial usable room behind your rig for grilling and enjoying the shade and creek. Great utilities - Cable TV was from the local cable provider with all of the channels. Picnic tables and fire rings can be found at most sites. Firewood can be puchased at the store. There are several well placed bath houses and the Pigeon Forge Trolley passes through this camp. We fell in love with this place and plan on being regulars in our 41 ft. coach.
Plus - nice management, good power & water , pool and maintained grounds. This park is not my vision of a River's Edge - a dozen or so sites tighly packed overlooking the creek and on the other bank - a main highway from Gatlinburg to Pigeon Forge. Lots of road noise for folks on those premium sites. It was quiet a couple of rows over but our site was tightly packed in as were most. I enjoy space to breathe and limited my stay to just one brief night. Their own "In-House" Cable TV seemed to be limited to just a few channels - it had typical D-TV issues of total loss of signal in heavy rain. WiFi seems that night but recovered the next morning. Some of the sites are right on the Pigeon Forge Trolley route which rolls through the park till around 11pm. Good if you use the trolley - bad if you have minimal sound proofing on your camper.
Good for a base camp or if visiting a trade show there. Open fields with power poles with four to six drops each and water drops every other pole. Limited number with sewer connections. We used it as a base camp while visiting friends in Memphis. The operators encourage the use of double 30 amp to 50 amp adapter cables for large rigs and they are looking at upgrading at least a portion of the grounds to full 50 amp service. We enjoyed shopping at the Farmers markets next to the campgrounds. Nice folks.
Mature state park with ten sites that can accommodate big rigs - but note the 30 amp service. Sites are not typically private but do have shade. We stayed at Site 34 (40ft plus) at the end of the loop and had a private BBQ and play area. There is a Host on site but fees are paid via drop box. Most sites have fire rings (some with BBQ grills.) The creek is very small and visible only from a few sites. The park does have a pool a short drive from the camping area.