We were there for only two nights 2013. Pulled in after hours,a little difficult to find due to KOA sign intermingled with gas station sign. Staff very helpful and friendly. Site was level,clean and nice just as it was advertised. Would stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The convenience of I-75 is just beyond your campsite, but you'd hardly know it at this peaceful campground in eastern Tennessee. Even the biggest rigs can set up camp here with ease, thanks to easy-on, easy-off access and large, level pull thru sites. Rustic cabins and tent sites welcome you too. Enjoy the spacious swimming pool, 12x12-foot wading pool for toddlers, exercise room, volleyball and horseshoes. Your pets will enjoy our new large (2400 sq ft) Kamp K9! A full kitchen and covered pavilion are great for group events, with picnic tables seating up to 80. Learn about the area's history and culture at the Museum of Appalachia, a mile away, or the Manhattan Project in nearby Oak Ridge. The pristine beauty of Norris Lake and the renowned trout-fishing waters of the Clinch River are 5 minutes down the road. Nearby, the Knoxville area offers a wealth of sights and activities. Beyond the metro area lie the vast woodlands and scenic wonders of the Great Smoky Mountains and and attractions such as Dollywood and Gatlinburg. ... more less