It's great over night stop with easy access to to I-75. There are associated Interstate noises but there are some trees providing a buffering to the I-75 noise. I received a warm southern hospitality greeting from staff. They were friendly and helpful. Made us feel welcome!!! It's an older campground. Pull-Sites were adequate for turning into and pull-out. However had to unhitch my F-250 tow vehicle from our D29 ( 31 ft) travel trailer. Until I unhitched I was blocking one of the roads. Adequate room for slide outs and provided picnic tables. The rest room were clean but not spotlessly clean, dated and worn. Decided to shower in our unit. Large center play area was directly under High-tension power lines running through the campground. The playground for kids was directly under lower-power lines. Picnic tables were worn and weathered usable. There are 17 pull-through sites with water, electric and sewer, and 7 pull-through sites with water and electric only. Also available: 17 sites that are "back in's" for monthly rental. Plus there are some mobile homes dotting the perimeter of the camp sites. There are several long-term campers in place but all had neat and clean sites. Small swimming pool & pool house was closed. ( it was early April after all) I'd stay again.
There's a new Camp Host / Information Here Trailer this spring. Was friendly and helpful. This is the 3rd time I've stayed here in the last 9 months. Has great level pull-thru sites, enough room for Big Rigs, with trailer attached. There's alot of fishing boats and trailers on the sites. It's less than 1/2 mile from US 321 which is a divided highway at the turn off point, well marked in both directions. Easy access to I-75 and I-40, Smokey Mountains and less than 30 minutes to University of Tennessee Knoxville. Lots of great places to eat within 5-15 miles. Some of best German food we have had in the US can be found at the Linderhof 11831 Kingston Pike, (Farragut) Knoxville. The owner/chef is from Bavaria and dinner is served in courses, slow pace like in Europe, expect to take 2 hours. While this is family friendly campground, there's not much for kids to do here. Mostly adults and a very quiet park the 3 times I've been here. I'll definitely stay here again my next trip to the area.
There are two campgrounds which can be used by Active Duty, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV, DoD Civilians. The RV Park ($20/night) is close to PX and Commissary and down town. I have stayed at the RV Park several times during the last year. In Spring of 2009 the RV Park expanded and added several new RV Pads now 40+. New this year is a fenced in dog run, as well as large covered picnic shelter. Plus, they re-landscaped the grassy areas, between pads. I have never used the WI-FI at the RV Park. Post gas station may or may not be the best price; watch the signs off post before you arrive. The other / older campground is next to Tennessee River Campground ($8/night). It's much more remote and has boat launch ramps into the TN river. It's pads are good for small pop-up and smaller travel trailers. There are only a few pads that fit 30+ travel trailers. This campground & access roads are subject to flooding so be mindful of weather. Plus there are more site specific power problems at this campground.
Interesting location and concept. It is well set back from any of the area roads. It is easy to find with large RV Parking signs along roadways. As other reviewers have stated, it's a giant parking lot next to "Region's Park" Stadium parking. Quiet and easy to get in/out of. There is $4 fee for using credit card, so bring your checkbook or cash. I used credit card and thus the $36 a night. WI-FI was DSL speeds and strong signal. I was parked in the last row on right as you enter. This allowed me a nice view of surrounding hills and woods out my rear window. I was in 31ft TT and had to disconnect my Truck but lots of empty spaces to park, but during a sports event, you might have to park your tow vehicle in as adjacent lot.