|RV Sites||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$32.00 - $47.00|
|Daily||$37.00 - $37.00|
2 minutes off I40 Green with trees, grass, stream. Good place to walk the dog. Small fenced in area for off leash. Some "white noise" from highway. Great price.
We stayed here when we visited the Great Smokies National Park and Asheville, NC. In retrospect, I wish we would have stayed a bit closer to either location as this is a pretty good drive to each. This is obviously not the campground's problem, just a heads up if you have the same plan. The campground is okay. When we were there, the pool was totally out of commission as they were draining it because the water had turned green. I guess the same thing happened the summer before. My kids were looking forward to swimming so that was disappointing. I would call ahead and make sure the pool is available if you want to swim. They also open up the pool to the local residents as well according to one of the staff members. There is road noise because the campground is right next to the highway even though it does seem tucked away. The trees throughout are nice and the bathrooms are fine. Some of the trailers appear to be "stored" in the campsites as there were never any people occupying them and they were looking rather neglected. In other words, kind of an eyesore. The staff was very friendly and nice. I'm not sure we would stay here again in part because of the location and in part because of the pool condition and the trailers that were around us that were basically abandonded. (Probably four or five right near us.)
You don't camp in an open field. Lots of trees which was the reason we came here. Plus it was about $100 cheaper compared to other local KOA's. Clean, trashed picked up daily, decent pool and bathrooms. Some sites are not level and adjustments were needed. Friendly staff and fellow campers.
Spend a day or a week deep in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, home of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park - crown jewel of the eastern U.S. park system. Swim in the sparkling pool or shoot hoops. Laze around in the heated and air-conditioned one- and two-room Cabins, or park your RV on large, shady sites. Tents can be found in a lovely shaded knoll. Play each day in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Dollywood theme park, the Forbidden Caverns and Cherokee National Forest, only minutes away. Boat on the Tennessee Valley Authority lakes or the French Broad and Pigeon rivers, where you can see the mountains from the water. Bring your boats and Jet Skis. There is no lack of attractions near this KOA!