One of if not the best park we've camped in. Our site was lakeside and it was perfect. From I-40 there are two exits that get you to this park. Do not use Exit #226 as this is a narrow winding road with a lot of low hanging tree branches. Use the directions from the park website instead which is a much better route. The park hosts told us this is the #1 COE park in TN so, if possible, reserve sites in advance.
Beautiful and well maintained COE park. We arrived after hours but the park hosts assisted us in finding the perfect pull through spot to accommodate our 40' motorhome and tow vehicle. The pad was concrete with full hook ups and excellent 50 amp service. The waterfront sites were closed but since the non-waterfront sites have an excellent view of the lake. Be aware, this park has extremely high water pressure so I would recommend using a regulator here.
We stopped here overnight. 30 Amp power is very poor. Could not locate any 50 Amp sites. July 2007 reviews are spot on. The water smells awful and should be avoided if possible. This would never be a destination campground but is an adequate overnight stop barely better than dry docking on the W-M parking lot up the street. The office and everything around it is extremely run down and in need of maintenance and there was junk piled all around it. Campground also serves as a storage facility for forgotten vehicles and campers.
I would call the interior raods and camping spaces in this campground rustic. Although "big rig spaces" are offered, there are very few that you can actually fit a big rig into becasue of the trees, especially if you have multiple slides. Although the parking spots are relatively level, there are few spots where the picnic area is level. Ours was so unlevel we couldn't sit at the picnic table nor in our lounge chairs outside. It seems that fill dirt may have been added to level the spot so there was a gulley that ran around the bottom of the entire parking space making it necessary to hop from out bottom step to keep from stepping off into a hole. The park advertises wi-fi but most spaces are too far away from the office and there are too many trees to receive it. Only the closest spots to the office receive wi-fi. Addtionally, the front of our space was about 10 ft off the main road. There are very few really nice, level spots that are close to the office that we would have loved, but those are always booked well in advance. The office staff was exceptionally nice and helpful but I would not recommend this campground unless you plan to stay "camper bound" while there. We jokingly re-named this campground "FortWeHateIt".