|Daily||$33.00 - $38.00|
We called while on the road and got their answering machine. Hoping for a call back we proceeded to the campground. There was no sign we saw so we called again and still no one answered. About an hour later (when we were at another campground) someone finally called. We never saw this campground so I can't comment on it. I suggest they get a cellular phone so even if they're not around, they can help travelers.
My husband and myself have stayed here 3 years in a row during there legendary Bluegrass festival. The park is fairly quiet as it's not directly on a main highway, but it is so close to shopping and resturants that you get the best of both worlds. Easy to navigate campground even for your larger RVs and pull behinds. It is a lovely farm turned campground with the iconic silos and barn / gathering hall giving Dumplin Valley a rustic charm. All in all a great place to camp and Joe and Mitzi are such super nice people.
We have been camping here for years, primarily during their annual Bluegrass Festival. The campground is just off the beaten path of I-40, but remains convenient to anything/everything a camper needs. Full hook-up campsites are level, bath house always clean and spacious, and the setting beautifully nestled in a valley surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains, plus Joe and Mitzi are the most gracious of hosts. Attractions within a few minutes drive include the Tennessee Smokies Baseball Stadium, Bass Pro Shop, Dollywood, Pigeon Forge shopping outlets, Gatlinburg and Big Orange Sports a short drive into Knoxville. Bottom line... great facility on a great location with great people! Check it out!!!