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This campground is one of the best I've seen. Lots of mature shade trees, generous sites so you're not on top of your neighbors. Fell asleep each night to the sound of the stream running through the campground. Most sites have camper and tent area,...More
The waterfront sites are absolute perfection. This is our favorite place to camp. We wish all campsites were equally as relaxing and beautiful. Neighbors were all great. They have all the basic camping necessities for purchase. Sugarlands visitor center is very helpful for anything you...More
If you can live without hookups..there is no better choice than this. Fresh cool mountain air..beautiful river. Camping doesnt get any better than this. Great place to hike, fish, ride bikes and relax. It is bear country though so follow the food storage regulations.
Was a nice central campground. Time of year was perfect for tent camping. Some of the RV noise was annoying but expected. Nice sites. Small camp store open from 4 to 7. Bathrooms were clean but showers would be nice.
This campground is closest to Gatlinburg. The park here is just beautiful. A pretty river runs through the campground and there are many trees and large boulders. Many sites are only good for tents. They only open a part of the campground prior to mid...More
We did not have any cell service while at the campground. In fact, we did not have service most of the time we were in the national park. When we did it was very limited. For good reliable service we went to Gatlinburg or... More
We did not have any cell service while at the campground. In fact, we did not have service most of the time we were in the national park. When we did it was very limited. For good reliable service we went to Gatlinburg or Townsend.