A RV Park review by Al Welch
Quiet, easy-to-access campground about a mile off I-81 (you pass their only competitor nearby—Around Pond RV Park—which looked OK). Thirty pull-thru sites make it easy with a 40’ motorhome and tow car. They have someone lead you to your site and guide you in. Lots of grass with two medium-size trees between each PT site; the back-ins are along a treeline with more shade. Open field on the opposite side, with a driving range.
The well-graveled sites are flat but could be made more level—I had to jack the front of our MH much higher than I like. The gravel roads have few potholes and no serious ruts despite two days of rain, often heavy. Water pressure was 60psi, excellent for a CG. 50amp clean electrical hookup. We found the PT sites spacious and the trees trimmed properly. I certainly did not find the sites to be narrow (as someone stated on another forum)—much more space than at least a dozen I visited this year alone.
The new (we were told) WiFi was excellent, one of the best we’ve found. Excellent SW view for satellite. A new pool was just installed, and the construction work for the surrounding patio was still in progress while we were there in October 2015.
It appears most of the seasonals are further back in the park and occupy most of the twenty-six back-in sites. We like that. We didn’t use any of the facilities, so no comment beyond they look nice. Folks in the office are quite pleasant. Be aware that TN has a 9.75% sales tax—it eats up 97.5% of your Good Sam savings fast!
Not much to do in the immediate area. About 20 minutes to Greeneville for good shopping with many chain stores.