Lazy Llama is brand new and just had their soft launch Labor Day weekend. I spent the month of September at Lazy Llama. Every lot has septic. The monthly prices are very reasonable. Jerry and Carolyn are very helpful when anything is needed and check up on guests regularly. You can see the llamas grazing form your campsite. Lazy Llama is off the beaten path but very easy to find—this is not like most you find right off an interstate and listen to the trucks roaring by all night. It's very peaceful. The office is still under construction but will be for checkin, classes, and a store.
Quiet campground with nice view of hills and convenient off hwy with just short drive to Greeneville or Johnson City. Long pull-thru for us with nice shade from tall trees on edge of campground but clear sky for satellite. Good Wi-Fi, great water pressure, and the owners were so nice that they included us in their Thanksgiving dinner. Enjoyed watching the llamas across the fence and learning about them from the owners. Good Verizon cell service. We look forward to returning to this new campground to see how they grow.
No facilities thus the 4 rating. Every thing else is new and top notch. Close to Johnsborough, historic preserved town. A little off the normal interstate but we like that. Would come back if in the area.6
I grew up in Greeneville. Chuckey and Tusculum are considered part of Greeneville. My husband and I travel full-time in our motorhome, and I am particular about where we stay. Until the Lazy Llama, our only option was in Baileyton, which was terribly inconvenient. I am so glad that the area now has this option. The only downside is that it has become so popular in the short time that it’s been open, that I may have difficulty getting a reservation in the future! Let’s hope Jerry expands!!! I knew Jerry and Carolyn indirectly thru mutual acquaintances, but I can now call them friends after staying a month at Lazy Llama. Lazy Llama is a half a mile off of the 11E Bypass. There’s a post office nearby. Walmart, restaurants, and Publix are within a few miles. Tri Cities Airport is 45 minutes away, as my husband had to fly to Salt Lake City, Utah while we were there. True, there are no facilities such as a shower house, laundry room, or pool; however, I don’t require those anyway. We take showers and do laundry in our motorhome. If you look at an aerial map and see what looks like a run down trailer park, ignore it. Jerry and Carolyn purchased this property in shambles (that aerial view) and have turned it into something nice- a diamond from the rough! Plus, I’m a cyclist and you won’t find better cycling anywhere in the country! Best wishes, Jerry and Carolyn, and save me a site ... you know I’ll be back!
This was an overnight stay on a roadtrip for us. Wow! Loved it. The trees, the animals, and so many fireflies at night-- beautiful! It was calm and quiet. I was lucky to get site 30 at the top of the hill with a wonderful view. The site is level and full hookups. I definitely recommend it and will stay again if I come through here again.