Maybe 7 sites are big rigs. I have 38ft fifth wheel they tried to put me in a site #4 maybe big enough for 25 ft. Operators are nice people. Very pretty view in a valley. Myself I won't be back.
Rocky Top is a nice place to stay to get to all the attractions within a 25 mile radius. I spoke to Jeff and Karen, they were both VERY helpful. Jeff told us about more of the local things to do. He also directed us directly to the campground. Long drive from IN and we were very tired and we just wanted to get there and we thought we were lost, I called Jeff and he got us there!! Karen was very nice about us having a Rottweiler ...she said no problem. Other camps grounds welcomed us in the area until I asked about our Rottweiler being welcomed, they pretty much hung up on us, not Karen. Scott also gave us some local places to be sure to see. Staff was great!! The sites were pretty good, just a little confusing on where we were to park our truck after unhooking (behind the camper not in front). The view was awesome, I don't think that there is a site that does not have a view of the mountains. They are all pretty level, but some are tighter between than others, but over all GREAT Camp ground. Would stay again if we were ever back in the area. **Chris and Richard R. from Indianapolis, IN
Stayed two nights, facility is old and shows its age. Bathrooms were clean. Gravel and dirt roads, not great for motorcycles but you must be careful. Most sites appear to be long term rentals. Everyone seemed to have at least one dog or cat. Rates with tax for full hookup were $48 pr night. Mostly back in sites and some were pretty tight.