We stayed two nights here in our 18ft camper. Next trip to the Smokies, we'll just come straight here and stay a week. This is NOT a KOA. If you're looking for that, or if you have a big rig, you will not be happy. This is one step up from primitive. To me that's a good thing. It's very "woodsie" and the sites are haphazard enough that you don't feel like you're in a parking lot. The baths are gorgeous and very clean. If you are here in the fall, be very careful with your site selection and where you park your car. There are tall, beautiful walnut trees and they will bomb you. Our site was perfect, but some of the other site's water spigots were not threaded and some electric plug-ins seemed weirdly located, so you have to pick your site with your hookup requirements in mind. Mike has a tremendous knowledge of the surrounding area's recreational opportunities. Take advantage! This place has the feel of a US Forest Service CG, but with hookups. We'll be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overnight and short term camping for tents and small camping (28' max) trailers and RV's. ... more less