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Beautiful scenery and so laid back! I love the big sidewalks and so much room to walk a dog! No big crowds to deal with! Only downside is no easy drive thru restaurants or much to do at night. But the quiet was what I...More
I stayed in a riverside cabin here and let me tell ya....best Glamping experience ever!!! They had the cutest little cabins with everything you'd need including toiletries in the shower! I have "camped in the Smokies " for thirty years but this was by far...More
I have camped here about 20 times in the last few years, sometimes in a motor home and sometimes in a pop-up camper trailer. the place is unbelievable. I can't think of anything to complain about on any of these stays. the staff seem to...More
Nice campground close to Gatlinburg. You can rent tubes to float down the river too. We camped here and rode the Harley several hundred miles while we were here. This is a nice ride to the tail of the dragon. The camp ground is clean...More
Have loved camping here since late 90's when the name was Little River Campground. Stayed in a camping cabin this time. Very comfortable. We were getting there late. They left the lights on & heater on for us so it was nice & cozy. Wish...More
As many said - call. But, FYI, the RV sites are ridiculously small, so even if they did allow, you might not want to! The best sites are actually the tent sites by the river. We didn't have a reservation the first night, but... More
As many said - call. But, FYI, the RV sites are ridiculously small, so even if they did allow, you might not want to! The best sites are actually the tent sites by the river. We didn't have a reservation the first night, but they let us put our truck camper into tent site 124. It was heaven, although no hookups. The second night we moved to another site with hookups, and really wished we had not. If you must have a full hook up site - try for 77-84, or 121. Those are the RV sites on the river. Also, depending on what you drive, be careful. Turning in off the highway you immediately get into a traffic jam. The office, a decorative plant area, the pool, the dumpsite, the parking for towed vehicles, are all within the first 50 feet of the entrance. And there are a couple of really hard turns, and a "one way" segment of the KOA road there that also complicate things for longer rigs.