This is more a rugged campground in that except for the main entrance, all the roads are gravel, all the sites have no concrete pads or patios (gravel or grass). Which is fine until it rains. The campground is not on flat terrain so water pours down the gravel roads like a river. The roads get ruts in them and if your campsite is lower than your neighbors, you will get water fall on your site. We stayed in a travel trailer on lot #193. It was further back and could not hear the road and had lots of trees & shade and close to the bath house (if needed). The roads are narrow...I would not want to drive in after dark and navigate. We had kids with us and both I and they loved the 500 ft water slide. This slide is what made the campground worth staying at. We must have went down the slide over 75 times in 2 days. We never made it to the arcade, swimming pool or pond. The water slide and price are the good things about the campground. The negatives: too far from any Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge activities/attractions. Its 13 mile from Gatlinburg, but that is at least a 20 min drive. Paved roads really improve the campgrounds, even if they kept the gravel campsites. The cable did not work the entire weekend (not a big deal). We are new to camping, so this may be similar to all campgrounds, but their were lots of dogs and portable fences for dogs set up to stay in. I like dogs, just not barking/yipping ones. The bathrooms weren't the cleanest. Due to the far distance from Gatlinburg and the muddy campsites after rainfall, I don't see us coming back to this campground. The staff was friendly.