We visited in our 41 Class A, back in Site K. Pros: Clean, Big Rig friendly. Pull through sites are easy to access with big rig with spacious grassy area and full hookups. Back in sites have a nice woodsy, camping feel with raised bbq grill and spacious clear area for pitching tents. Site K has quite a bit of woodsy area surrounding it. Coffee stand (good coffee/good $) and gas station/convenience store right at entrance. Pet friendly with large perimeter area designated as pet area. Each site also has it s own trash can, making it very convenient to dispose of trash regardless of time of day or night. No long term residents! Cons: (Would not prevent us from staying here again, next time we are in the area): Right off busy highway with train tracks on other side of highway. Can be a bit noisy, not a problem for us as our coach has good insulation and trains did not seem to go by more than a couple times a day. Dump station is in an awkward position, located in front of several of the back in sites. We pulled out early and felt bad for the groups camping in tents in those sites with our Diesel engine noise and the dust we stirred up pulling up to and out of the dump station.
Nice park. Sites aren't too close together. Easy to navigate. We were pulling a 32 TT. Very helpful and friendly staff. Well treed for a small amount of privacy, shade and woodsy feeling. BBQ and picnic table at each site. They don't allow wood fires but a propane fire pit is fine. We stayed in a pull through and while roomy, not as private as say a forested state park. We didn't feel cramped at all though. There was probably 35-40 feet between us and our neighbor. Some sites were a little less but mostly very roomy. Park has bathrooms/showers, laundry but we didn't use any of those services so I can't comment on them. They also have WiFi. I tested it and got about 5Mbps download and about 11Mbps upload. Good for messaging and such. We had a good T Mobile signal here so we didn't use the WiFi. The only real negatives were noise from the highway and an occasional train. I think I only heard about 3 in a 24 hour period. We ended up here because after 3 days of dry camping at Farragut State Park we wanted a place with power, water and sewer hookups. This place fit the bill nicely.